Al Gilbert
President and Chief Executive Officer 
Al Gilbert is President and Chief Executive Officer of Felton Institute, a position he has held for the past seven years after having served as its CFO and COO.

If you’ve spent any amount of time in conversation with Mr. Gilbert, two things are apparent: he is incredibly passionate and energetic about the work Felton does and the communities it serves, and that passion is only exceeded by how deeply he thinks about and cares for the talented staff of this agency.
Marvin Davis
Chief Financial and Operations Officer
Marvin Davis holds two roles in Felton Institute’s executive suite, Chief Financial Officer and Co-Chief Operating Officer.

Mr. Davis leads with confidence; his personality type and leadership style creating space for others to share their strengths.

“It's important that we create an environment that motivates staff and challenges them to prepare for their next opportunity at Felton."
Lunar New Year Boogie!
Watch this amazing dance group boogie to James Brown, celebrating both Lunar New Year and Black History Month.
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Al Gilbert and Marvin Davis on Success, Leadership, and Legacy 

Felton Institute, a major service provider of mental and behavioral health, has experienced its most intense growth over the past five years. The nonprofit has expanded services to 5 northern California counties. Its financial ledger has grown 150%.
The executive team, leading this dynamic service progression of Felton happens to be comprised predominantly of professionals who identify as people of color, who are led by a President and Chief Executive Officer who identifies as African American.

In this month of February that celebrates Black history and cultural achievement, it is worth exploring how Black leadership of Felton Institute can impact an organization that began some 133 years ago as a Caucasian-led organization in the San Francisco community, committed to helping orphans and those in poverty.
Celebrating the Year of the Tiger 
The Year of the Tiger — a Chinese zodiac symbol that represents strength and courage — is the perfect symbol of empowerment.

Felton Institute can trace our roots back to 1889, the Year of the Ox, representing independence and reasonability. And as Felton continues its services to the APPI community, we do so with an awareness of the community’s strength and resilience. 

Our programs are culturally competent, providing linguistic support and care for our diverse AAPI communities.  
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