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Our Team

Empowering Success Through People, Service, and Dedication

NCF’s highly skilled and experienced team forms the foundation of our success. With a diverse range of expertise, our professionals are dedicated to delivering excellence.

Through collaboration and continuous learning, they bring fresh perspectives and innovative solutions to exceed client expectations. Guided by integrity and a shared passion for making a positive impact, our exceptional staff is committed to propelling your success.

How can we help? If you have a general question or need to contact a staff member not listed here, please contact us at 702.892.2326 or NCFsupport@nevadacf.org.

Gian F. Brosco, Esq.

Gian F. Brosco, Esq.

President & CEO

A former attorney and banker, Gian brings more than 25 years of experience in the fields of philanthropy, law, fundraising, and banking to his role as President & CEO of Nevada Community Foundation.

During his tenure at NCF (2008- present), the organization has experienced exponential growth during a period of extraordinary economic upheaval, growing from $14.9mm to more than $160mm today. 

Equally, the Foundation has reached unprecedented influence as a thought leader and catalyst for change in the community. 

He spent four years with The Rhode Island Foundation as a development officer and gift planning advisor before joining U.S. Trust Bank of America, where he served as Vice President for the Philanthropic Management Group. While at U.S. Trust, Gian counseled individuals, families, and private foundations on their philanthropy and advised institutional clients about governance and nonprofit management issues. He also served as an expert for the bank’s clients on the subjects of philanthropy and planned giving, leadership and governance, and fiduciary and tax matters. 

Prior to that, Gian practiced law as a litigator and estate planning attorney on the east coast and served as General Counsel and Chief Operating Officer to a family office in Houston, Texas.

In his career, Gian has advised more than 1,000 public charities, private foundations, individuals, and families on all aspects of charitable giving and philanthropy. He is one of 175 BoardSource© Certified Governance Trainers globally.

Gian advises nonprofit organizations on board governance, change management and fundraising. He also counsels for-profit corporations (as well as Southern Nevada’s leading families) on philanthropy and corporate social responsibility (CSR) and serves on the board of The Mayor’s Fund for Las Vegas LIFE Advisory Committee.

He received his Bachelor of Arts in English from Georgetown University and completed his Juris Doctor from the New England School of Law in 1990. A Greenspun Distinguished Professor of Practice at UNLV’s School of Public Policy and Leadership, Gian taught courses in 21st Century Leadership and Public Policy. He is licensed to practice law (inactive status) in Rhode Island and Texas and is a sought-after speaker on philanthropy, leadership and governance, fundraising, and change management.

Jane Ramos

Jane Ramos

VP of Donor Relations & COO

Jane comes to NCF with over 20 years of experience in management and administrative functions for executive leadership. She has extensive experience in both corporate and not-for-profit environments and has assisted a variety of C-level executives and senior management.

For more than six years, Jane worked as the Executive Assistant to the President and CEO of Lumenis Ltd., a global leader in medical and aesthetic lasers and light-based technology. She also supported the Vice President of Finance and the General Counsel, along with a national and international board of directors. With the New York head quarter’s dissolution, Jane shifted from the corporate to the nonprofit sector.

Her recent experience in the nonprofit sector includes serving as the Executive Assistant to the CEO of Gilda’s Club Worldwide, a New York City-based national cancer support organization founded by actor Gene Wilder in memory of his late wife, comedian Gilda Radner. Jane also served at Boys Hope Girls Hope of Nevada, a year-round residential academic program for at-risk children.

Jane holds a Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Psychology from the University of St. Thomas in the Philippines.

Keith Latham

Keith Latham

Director of Finance

A resident of Las Vegas for more than 63 years, Keith graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business and a major in accounting. He spent eighteen years with Clark County as a Business Manager in the Department of Aviation, as Assistant Clark County Treasurer, and as Clark County Treasurer. Additionally, he served as Chief Finance Officer for eleven years with the Economic Opportunity Board of Clark County.

Dalyce Franz

Dalyce Franz

Chief Financial Officer

Born and raised in Las Vegas, Dalyce attended UNLV for both her undergraduate degrees in accounting and finance, as well as her MBA. She believes that learning is a lifelong process and, post-graduation has obtained certificates in Strategy and Competitive Analysis, Client Accounting and Advisory Services, the AICPA Not-For-Profit Certificates Level I & II, and Managing Disruption.

Prior to joining NCF in 2022 as Chief Financial Officer, Dalyce worked at Houldsworth, Russo & Co., a local CPA firm specializing in the non-profit sector. During her tenure at HRC, she specialized in client accounting and advisory services and served in progressively higher roles and cross-functionally in the advisory, tax, and audit departments.

Diana Rodriguez

Diana Rodriguez

Donor Relations Specialist

Diana joined NCF in 2023, bringing over ten years of administrative, project management, and board experience in different industries, such as hospitality and HOA. She enjoys spending time in nature and working with organizations that protect our natural environment.

Caroline Ciocca

Caroline Ciocca

Executive Consultant

Caroline Ciocca, Principal of Goldenview Consulting, has over 20 years of leadership experience in the nonprofit sector.  As Principal, Caroline’s mission is clear: to illuminate the path for fellow nonprofit leaders, fostering a transformative mindset that guides organizations with the precision of business acumen.

A prominent C-level leader in Las Vegas’s nonprofit community for nearly 20 years, Caroline’s notable roles include President and CEO of Make-A-Wish Southern Nevada and Director of Corporate Citizenship for Cash America, Inc. Under her leadership, Make-A-Wish Southern Nevada experienced significant year-over-year growth in fundraising, taking the chapter from $1.4 million to $3.9 million. Additionally, she played a key role in securing The Wishing Place, a 7,000 square foot office building generously donated by Allegiant, and which serves as a sanctuary for “Wish Kids”, allowing them to leave their worries about their critical illness at the door and encouraging them to act, play, and dream as carefree kids. 

Caroline also successfully spearheaded Cash America, Inc.’s efforts to innovate and expand their footprint in Southern Nevada, while establishing supportive partnerships with more than 25 nonprofit organizations. Caroline’s leadership experience includes five years as Executive Director of AFAN (Aid for AIDS of Nevada), where she brought strategic business rigor to nonprofit management.  Her achievements have been recognized with awards such as In Business Top 40 Under 40 (2006), Vegas Magazine’s Women Who Give (2010), UNLV Lee Business School Alumni of the Year (2018), and Las Vegas Weekly’s Women of Intrigue (2018).  Caroline earned her Master of Business Administration from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and her undergraduate degree in marketing from Johnson and Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island.

Informed by a year-long solo expedition she undertook in 2022, Caroline counsels executives to embrace a work-life balance as essential to unlock invaluable insights to embrace change, harness resourcefulness, and master decision-making.  She holds steadfast to the belief that nonprofit careers should invigorate rather than deplete a leader’s mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. Her ethos revolves around channeling talents, extending hands, and igniting community impact.  

Outside of work, Caroline practices what she preaches, enjoying long walks with her rescued Bichon mix named Stella, traveling, exploring the scenic landscapes on her bike and whipping up culinary creations. Her newest passion is exploring the beautiful state of Georgia.  More than just a seasoned leader, Caroline is a luminary helping nonprofit organizations re-imagine their work.  With a track record of milestone accomplishments behind her, Caroline is resolutely dedicated to the art of making meaningful change—within organizations, communities, and leaders.

Don Quattrucci

Don Quattrucci

Executive Consultant

Donald Quattrucci, Principal of QFactors Consulting & Coaching, has more than 25 years’ experience in executive leadership at BNY Mellon Wealth Management, a top ten wealth management company in the US. Under QFactors Consulting & Coaching, Don counsels companies and organizations that manage or administer assets around building strong teams and designing and executing growth strategies. He also serves as an outsourced COI, helping successful families and institutions navigate the complexities of today’s global financial markets.  

A seasoned leader with deep experience in change management, Don most recently led several regional offices on the east coast where he focused on building high functioning sales and client service teams to serve ultra-high net worth clients and their families. In his previous role as Executive Director of Business Development for the firm, Don led business development for BNY Mellon, nationally. In that role, he set national sales strategies, directed a national sales force expansion of 50% and worked closely with the Talent and Development team to design and implement sales training and coaching initiatives throughout the firm’s footprint. During his tenure, Mellon Wealth Management experienced record new business results.  

On the volunteer front, Don has shared his extensive knowledge and experience in investment management through service on the investment committee of The Rhode Island Community Foundation, a nationally recognized charity with endowed assets exceeding $1 billion.  He continues to give back to the community through his service on the Board of Trustees of his alma mater, Bryant University, where he also chairs the investment committee that stewards the University’s $200 million endowment.  Besides his undergraduate degree from Bryant University, Don received a Master of Business Administration from the University of Connecticut.   

With two and a half decade’s experience building high functioning teams and successfully coaching colleagues to maximize individual performance in pursuit of team goals, coupled with a proven track record of identifying and nurturing strong talent, Don develops people and processes that help companies and organizations create a lasting impact to drive success.