Frank Brodie MD - Founder
Dr. Brodie is the 2018-19 Innovation Fellow in the Stanford Department of Ophthalmology. He is very active in translational research with a variety of projects and collaborations across a range of topics including pediatric ophthalmology, surgical instrumentation, post-operative recovery devices, and intraocular implants. In addition to working with scientists at UCSF and Stanford, he enjoys several collaborations with the California Institute of Technology. Dr. Brodie completed his Ophthalmology residency at University of California San Francisco. Prior to that, he was at Harbor UCLA for an internal medicine internship. He completed his MD and MBA at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and The Wharton School respectively. Frank enjoys exploring the Bay Area with his wife Rachel, an OB/GYN at Kaiser, and their dog Harley, a 2-year-old Golden Retriever.
Alejandra de Alba Campomanes MD MPH - Co-Founder
Dr. de Alba Campomanes is the Director of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus at UCSF Benioff's Children Hospital and Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, and she holds the Deborah Hoyt and Creig S. Hoyt, M.D., Chair in Pediatric Ophthalmology. Her clinical activities focus on comprehensive assessment and treatment of pediatric eye diseases, including retinopathy of prematurity, congenital malformations, pediatric cataracts, genetic eye conditions, strabismus, and amblyopia. In addition to busy clinical and surgical practices, Dr. de Alba is active in research focusing on retinopathy of prematurity, strabismus management, pediatric cataract surgery, public health, and effective screening of pediatric eye conditions. She is currently involved in several national and international research collaborations. Dr. de Alba is highly involved in service activities focused on increasing access to high quality pediatric ophthalmology care, glasses and vision screening.
J. Andy Corley - Co-Founder
Mr. Corley has an extensive 40-year history in the eye care industry. He has focused his career on technology and procedures that serve patient needs outside the normal covered services. He is currently a partner of Flying L Investments, Chairman of the Board of Rx Sight, eyeBrain Medical, and Equinox. He is the principal of Yelroc Consulting focusing on High Performance Management processes for early stage companies. In his free time, he enjoys Golf, spending time with his grandchildren and has a passion for high performance management.
Jake Hoppe - Development Advisor
Jake Hoppe is a commercially focused business leader with experience in growth oriented technology companies and channel-based go-to-market strategies. He focuses on strategic partnerships, sales execution, and sales operations to enable rapid acceleration of key growth initiatives. He currently leads the West Coast commercial team for Sunlight Financial, where he has been instrumental in growing the company into the leading platform lending company for residential solar and home improvements. Previously, his experience spanned roles within solar technology, data analytic software, technology transfer, and investment banking. He started his career in non-profit management focused on funding and scaling health programs for children in rural Colorado, and has been involved in operating and board roles in a variety of social sector enterprises. He received his BA from Carleton College and his MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and young daughter.
Max Feinstein - Operations Director
Max Feinstein is a 4th year medical student at the University of California, San Francisco and joined Loving Eyes Foundation as an Operations Director in 2019, inspired by the organization's innovative approach to patient-centered care. Max also has had a long-standing interest in social entrepreneurship. While at his alma mater, Davidson College, Max co-founded YouthMAP, an organization that conducted weekly photography and marketing lessons for children at local foster homes, with each semester culminating in a public gala celebrating the work of these children. Prior to medical school, he was an NCAA Division I diver and a 2015 Bioethics Vann Fellow at the Mayo Clinic. Outside of medicine and research, Max enjoys trail running and biking throughout the Bay Area.
Deanna Wong - Executive Directorr
Deanna Wong is a seasoned leader, previously managing UCSF Ophthalmology Department for quite a few years. She joined Loving Eyes Foundation in its early stages and has been motivated on its journey to becoming one of the most innovative foundations she’s ever worked with. She currently works with other non-profit foundations to consult them in various community projects. She brings her determination and drive to keep Loving Eyes alive and thriving, while balancing her time with her eleven year old daughter.