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Philanthropy Leaders Elected to Board of Children’s Health Foundation

PALO ALTO – The board of directors of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health has elected Gary Dillabough and Chris Schaepe to serve renewable three-year terms on its board. David Alexander, MD, the foundation’s new president and CEO, announced the appointments today.

As vice president of Global Citizenship at eBay, Gary Dillabough focuses on how eBay and its corporate foundation can make significant contributions to society. Dillabough, a longtime member of the eBay management team, previously held management positions at Visto Corp. and Media Arts Group. He serves on the boards of directors for the Interactive Advertising Bureau and the Craigslist Foundation. He was as a member of the Bay Area Sports Organizing Committee, which worked to bring the Olympics to the Bay Area in 2012. Dillabough is an active fundraiser for Packard Children’s Hospital, and a supporter of the Las Lomitas Education Foundation.

Chris Schaepe is a founding general partner of Lightspeed Venture Partners, a technology venture capital firm with operations in the U.S., Asia and Israel. Prior to his career in venture capital, he worked in corporate finance and capital market roles at Goldman Sachs & Co. after serving as a software engineer at IBM. Schaepe also is a supporter of Packard Hospital, as well as Stanford, MIT, and Cornell universities and Trinity School in Menlo Park.

The Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health is a public charity whose mission is to “promote, protect and sustain the physical, mental, emotional and behavioral health of children.” For more information about the foundation, call (650) 497-8365 or visit