Valerie Red-Horse Mohl
VALERIE RED-HORSE MOHL, of Cherokee ancestry, is the CFO of East Bay Community Foundation, founded in 1928, whose mission is to eliminate structural barriers, advance racial equity, and transform political, social, and economic outcomes. She is also CEO/founder of Red-Horse Financial Group, Inc., and has more than 25 years of in-depth experience in the financial services and investment banking industry with a unique expertise in the Native American tribal government sector. Red-Horse Mohl has raised, structured, and managed over $3 billion in capital and holds seven FINRA registrations.
Red-Horse Mohl is the former Executive Director/CEO of Social Venture Circle, a non-profit leading the way in the field of social impact investing and sustainable business. She is also the CEO/founder of Red-Horse Native Productions, Inc., a film and television production company primarily focused on bringing important documentaries to the screen for which Red-Horse Mohl directs, produces, and writes. She is the Advisory Board Chair of Stanford University’s Center for the Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity and teaches two undergraduate courses on Entrepreneurship for Social Impact and Racial Equity at Stanford.
Red-Horse Mohl was inducted into the NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners) Hall of Fame in 2008. She serves as a Board of Directors Member for Intentional Endowments Network & the Crane Institute of Sustainability, Board Trustee for the California Indian Nations College, Board Chair of the National Boys and Girls Clubs Native American Services, an Advisory Board Member for NDN Fund and as a Board Member for the Northern California Chapter of the International Women’s Forum.
Red-Horse Mohl earned a B.A. with Cum Laude honors from UCLA and has founded several nonprofit ministries on tribal reservations nationwide. Red-Horse Mohl has been married since 1982 to former NFL professional Curt Mohl and they have three children, Courtney- Stanford University ‘07; Derek-California Lutheran University ‘12; and Chelsea–Stanford University ‘21.Book A Lesson