Stacie Olivares-Castain, Managing Director
The California Organized Investment Network (COIN) gained a new Managing Director in October, 2011. Ms. Stacie Olivares-Castain brings a unique skill set to this role, as her depth of experience in economics, finance and public policy inform her efforts to uphold and expand the mission statement of COIN, which is to facilitate capital infusions from insurance firms conducting business within the State into socially-conscious investment ventures. She holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Economics and Social Welfare from the University of California at Berkeley and a Master's of Public Policy in Business and Government from Harvard University.
Sukh Randhawa, Investment Officer
Mr. Randhawa has been an Investment Officer with COIN since 2008. His career began in the finance industry at Wells Fargo. At State Street Corporation, he occupied supervisory roles in operations and fund accounting. At COIN, Mr. Randhawa applies his quantitative background to analyzing insurers' investments across the fixed income, cash-equivalent, real estate, and private equity sectors. He also reports to senior CDI staff and insurance industry personnel on COIN-qualified investment opportunities. Mr. Randhawa is a graduate of California State University, Sacramento, where he majored in Economics.
Tony Mar, Investment Officer
Mr. Mar joined the COIN team in 2008. He is a dedicated public servant with a breadth of experience at the State of California spanning over 30 years. Previously, Mr. Mar worked at the California Lottery in the Marketing Division and the Security and Law Enforcement Division. Prior to that, he served as a revenue collector specializing in business tax at the Board of Equalization. He also held a position at the Health Services Department, where he participated in the initial implementation of the Medi-Cal Managed Care program. Located at the COIN office in Sacramento, Mr. Mar is actively involved in facilitating COIN's day-to-day operations.
Roxane Herrera, Investment Officer
Roxane joined the COIN team in Los Angeles on September 2012. Roxane is helping the COIN team to deploy insurance capital into financially sound investments that have a positive social and environmental impact in the State of California. Prior to COIN, Roxane worked at Bank of America Merrill Lynch as a Corporate Debt Products Sr. Analyst in San Francisco. Roxane underwrote corporate debt and monitored all elements of the bank's credit exposure to the Paper, Packaging, & Forest Products portfolio. Some of her responsibilities included researching, writing, and presenting financial & industry analyses in support of company specific & portfolio level decisions to risk and other product partners, aiding in the allocation of capital. Roxane also served as the Co-Chair for the SF Bay Area HOLA (Hispanic/Latino Organization for Leadership and Advancement) Volunteer Chapter at BAML. Roxane holds a B.A. degree in Economics and a B.S. degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California (USC).
Anna Gragg, Investment Officer
Ms. Gragg joined COIN in 2006 after acquiring a strong background in project finance and loan assessment at the state level. Prior to COIN, Ms. Gragg was involved in Project Management at CALTRANS. At the Department of Housing and Community Development, she assessed loan portfolios for affordable housing; and she served as a Health Facilities Construction Loan Financing Specialist with the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development. At COIN, Ms. Gragg is instrumental in administering the COIN-CDFI Tax Credit Program. Ms. Gragg is a graduate of the Business Administration Program at California State University, Sacramento, where she also received a Master of Public Policy and Administration.