Meet our staff

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Sitara Sethi, CEO


Sitara provides overall direction on the strategic plan for the Foundation and is involved in it's day to day management. She brings over 20 years of experience leading non-profit program development and evaluation. Her impact at former organizations including Family Health Centers, Relief International and UCSD resulted in successful programs that not only raised awareness, but also directly improved lives.


Outside of work, Sitara enjoys sci-fi fiction novels and traveling the world – which of course includes simply exploring the beautiful communities of San Diego with her loving husband and two young boisterous boys.

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Andrew Nunn-Miller, Programs and Development Associate


Andrew provides direction on grant funding, evaluation, and community relations. He brings 15 years of nonprofit experience in fundraising and program development. His impact at former organizations includes raising funds to support the health and wellness of patients at Rady Children’s Hospital - San Diego, and most recently, he was proud to serve as the 1st Development Director in The San Diego Hunger Coalition’s history. Andrew is also proud to have obtained a master’s degree in Nonprofit Leadership and Management from the University of San Diego.

In his spare time, Andrew enjoys spending time cooking new recipes for his wife Tila and spending time with their two dogs, Fiesta and Rubio.

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Josie Gomez, Administrative Support Specialist


Josie has over 19 years of experience working with adults with disabilities. Prior to joining the Foundation for Developmental Disabilities, she worked at The Arc of San Diego from 2001-2019 as the Administrative Assistant. During her time at The Arc of San Diego she provided administrative support to the Sulpizio Family Center and assisted the Arc’s City Chapter Advisory Board with numerous events. She is passionate about improving the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities, in order for them to become more independent, and achieve their life goals.


Josie is active in her community with the Lemon Grove Little League Baseball and the Lemon Grove Foursquare Church.  In her spare time, she spends time with her four grand kids and two dogs.