A fully dedicated development staff with donor satisfaction as its core strategy, the Lasallian Christian Brothers Foundation (LCBF) is operated by a small, professional team.
Brother Mark Murphy
Vice Chair of Operations
Brother Mark served as Brother Visitor for the District of San Francisco from 1987 to 1995, following teaching and administrative positions in the District’s high schools. He also served 17 years in Southeast Asia, living with and working as Advisor to the Brothers in India and Myanmar, with secondary responsibilities in Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Thailand, and Singapore. Currently, he is director of the De La Salle Institute and the District Council of the Brothers. Brother Mark earned a B.A. from St. Mary’s College, Moraga, in 1965 and an M.A. from University of Detroit in 1971.
Tom joined the Lasallian Christian Brothers Foundation as Executive Director in January 2023. Prior to this, Tom served in chief executive and fundraising leadership roles at Saint Michael’s in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Hanna Center in Sonoma, California. Tom also served as Director of Development at De Marillac Academy, a Lasallian-Vincentian educational ministry that serves low-income residents in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco. Mr. Coughlan received a B.A. from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and an M.A. from the Kalmanovitz School of Education at Saint Mary’s College, where he was named a Lasallian Educator Fellow. He has earned an executive certificate in nonprofit fund development from the University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business and a leadership certificates from Boston College, Lynch School of Education and Human Development and at the McGrath Institute, University of San Francisco.
Brother Gale Condit, FSC
Brother Gale brings his development and fundraising skills and experience to LCBF’s work in support of the retired Brothers of the San Francisco New Orleans District. Brother Gale will serve as the primary liaison for LCBF in the southern and southwestern regions of the district, seeking donations and planned gifts for the retired Brothers who have served in those areas.
Brother Antony Doss Savariar, FSC
Director of Philanthropy
Brother Antony Doss joined LCBF from Madurai, India in August 2023 as Director of Philanthropy, where he supports fundraising, events, grantmaking, operations, and donor and school relations. Brother Antony Doss has been a Christian Brother since 2006. He has served in the schools in India for 3 ½ years, in Papua New Guinea for 4 years, and was Bursar for the Delegation of India for 7 years.
Holly works with the Executive Director on matters pertaining to governance, development, events, activity schedules, and website maintenance.