Ed Fund Board
Jim Wiggett, ChairJim Wiggett has over 4 decades of corporate management and community leadership. As CEO of the Jackson Hole Group LLC, Jim focuses his professional work on Boards of Directors, CEO’s and C-Suite executives, providing expertise on business and organizational issues. On four occasions, Jim has functioned as Interim CEO for client companies, including his current work with The Dentist Supply Company. Before founding Jackson Hole Group, Jim held several prominent senior executive positions including Executive Vice President for the Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH-SDG), CEO of Sephora.com, Chief Administrative Officer for DFS Group (DFS) and CHRO for the Charles Schwab Corporation. Jim has served on several corporate and charitable boards, including the Oakland Public Education Board, Chair of the Envision Education Board, the Richmond Ermet Foundation and Under One Roof.
Marjorie Goux, Vice-Chair
Marjorie Goux is Chief Legal Counsel at the quickly growing Clif Bar & Company in Emeryville, California. Previously, she served as The Clorox Company’s Chief Counsel for its global strategic partnerships group and as the general business counsel to the Glad Products Company (a Clorox/P&G JV) and Clorox’s North American Homecare business. She began her in-house journey at Hewlett-Packard Company as the Global Trademark and Anti-Counterfeiting Counsel for the Imaging and Printing Division. Her early career included a wonderful time, well spent, as a member of Baker McKenzie’s award-winning private practice IP team, both in London and Palo Alto. Outside of business, Marjorie passionately seeks ways to disrupt the poverty cycle in this country, and in particular, she advocates for education reform and improving conditions for women and girls in the workplace, home, and school.
Wilbur Hobbs, Jr., Treasurer
Wilbur E. Hobbs, Jr. is SVP & Chief Lending Officer of Community Bank of the Bay. He serves on the board of ICA/FundGoodJobs (a Non-Bank CDFI) and is committed to making a difference in economic development, financial education and affordable access to capital.
As Chief Credit Officer (2005 – 2012) of Community Bank of the Bay, Hobbs led credit policy design and implementation over a period when the bank grew to $110 Million in Loans from less than $45 Million. This period experienced the deepest economic recession since the Great Depression of the 1930s, but Community Bank of the Bay more than doubled the size of its loan portfolio through prudent banking practices and the acquisition of equity capital.
Hobbs also serves on the Board of Directors of Ramsell Corporation, a privately-held company that provides pharmacy benefit and management solutions targeting underserved populations nationally. He recently completed Presidency of The 100 Club, a 74-year old Bay Area organization that fundraises for youth services organizations. Hobbs is a member of Oakland Rotary #3 and Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity.
Hobbs and his wife, natives of Philadelphia, PA and Brooklyn, NY, respectively, have been proud Oakland residents since 1999.