Meet the Foundation Board
The Eisner Health Foundation is responsible for raising the resources necessary to support the operations of Eisner Health as well as overseeing Eisner Health’s investments.
Kevin B. Kroeker, Esq.
Kevin Rossi, MD
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Joshua is HNTB Corporation’s Government Relations Director for the West Division. He brings more than 15 years of experience in managing policy and government relations in public, private and nonprofit sectors, including tenure as federal affairs representative for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Englander assists with the development of the firm’s government relations strategies and messages to government officials, the media and public in California and throughout the region.
Englander holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of California, Davis and a master’s degree in political management from The George Washington University.
Rupert Grant is a real estate investor who specializes in the purchase of unique Los Angeles area apartment buildings for renovation and sale to savvy investors. With a law degree from UCLA and a Bachelor of Science in Management and Marketing from the University of La Verne, Rupert creates innovative strategic financial plans so that investors can achieve their financial dreams through passive income streams using tools like the Self Directed IRA (SDIRA).
Rupert has an extensive background in securities and investment management having worked in the financial services industry as a stock broker for Nationwide Financial in Woodland Hills, CA.
Rupert is chairman of the Foundation Board of Directors for Eisner Pediatric Family Medical Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center dedicated to providing comprehensive, high-quality health care for all ages. He has served as board member for a variety of local organizations including The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles Unified School District Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committee, and The Hollywood Beautification Team. He has served as a volunteer Operations Manager for the annual Genesis Open, a PGA golf tournament at Riviera Country Club for two decades.
Rupert is an AYSO soccer coach and Cub Scout pack leader for his two sons and lives with his family in Los Angeles.
Chris Isola is a Vice President with CBRE in the Downtown Los Angeles office where he is a member of CBRE’s Southern California Healthcare Services Group.
Mr. Isola’s broad range of healthcare expertise spans assignments with hospitals, medical groups, and owners of medical office buildings. He represents occupiers of both clinical and non-clinical office space, as well as ground up development and joint venture syndications in the healthcare industry. Prior to joining CBRE in 2010, Mr. Isola was an Associate Director in the Los Angeles West office of Cushman & Wakefield. He currently sits on the Foundation Board for the Eisner Pediatric & Family Medical Center, a federally qualified health center headquarter in Downtown Los Angeles.
Mr. Isola graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics, and a Minor in Political Science.
Kevin B. Kroeker, Esq.
Kevin Kroeker is a partner in Crowell & Moring’s Los Angeles office and is co-chair of the firm’s Health Care Group. He represents health care organizations on a wide range of state and federal regulatory matters and health care transactions. Kevin has more than 25 years of experience representing managed care plans and insurers, Medicare Advantage Organizations, Medicaid Managed Care plans, medical groups and community clinics, among others. Kevin counsels non-profit organizations, including federally qualified health centers, in connection with governance and compliance issues. He received his J.D. from the University of California, Davis School of Law and his B.A. from the University of Oklahoma.
Kevin Rossi, MD
Dr. Kevin J. Rossi joined Kaiser Permanente SCPMG, Downey in 2009, as a staff physician with an emphasis in family medicine. Dr. Rossi began his career in 1986, as a physician in the surgical urgent care department with Southern California Permanente Medical Group and in 1991 transitioned as a staff physician to the Pasadena location. In 1995, Dr. Rossi became Physician-in-Charge of Southern California Permanente Medical Group in San Dimas where he served in this capacity for 6 years. In 1997, Dr. Rossi became Chief, Family Medicine Department at the Bellflower Service Area Physician at Southern California Medical Group where he worked for more than 12 years, he was also regional Family Medicine Chief. It was during his tenure at SCPMG Bellflower that Dr. Rossi joined the Eisner Center Board in 2001, where he currently serves in dual capacity as Immediate Past Chair of the Eisner Center Board and as a member of the Eisner Health Foundation Board.
In addition, Dr. Rossi serves as President of the Los Angeles County Chapter of California Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Rossi holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from UC Davis and a MD, School of Medicine, from UCLA.
Trent Stamp has served as CEO of The Eisner Foundation since 2008. In addition, Trent serves on the boards of The Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy at USC, The Center for the Future of Aging at the Milken Institute, Grantmakers in Aging, and Southern California Grantmakers, where he chairs the Audit Committee. He teaches Nonprofit Management and Leadership at USC and consults for the Committee on the Arts at The Aspen Institute. Previously, Trent was the founding President of Charity Navigator. Trent received his Master’s in Public Policy from Duke University and his B.A. in Law and Society from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Dr. Pejman Salimpour is the co-founder of both CareNex Health Services, a health-care technology company that specializes in neonatal and prenatal diseases management, and Plymouth Health. As a physician, he practices part-time in the Salimpour Pediatric Medical Group, the practice founded by his father. He was elected to the board of directors for the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Los Angeles County Medical Association and was appointed by the White House to serve on the National Latino Healthcare Task Force and the United States Small Business Administration National Advisory Council. Dr. Salimpour earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of California Los Angeles in 1983 and a MD from Washington University School of Medicine in 1987.