Michael Stoll

Michael Stoll has been on the board of the Monkey Tail Ranch from the beginning. Michael has also been a Founding Member of other adventures such as Social Edge and San Mateo Search and Rescue, Inc., which funds training and logistical support to Search and Rescue personnel and canine teams serving San Mateo County, a Member of Philanthropy Consultants Network, and served on the board of the Woodside High School Foundation.

During his over ten years in Search and Rescue, Michael has certified two search dogs through National Association of Search and Rescue (NASAR) and California Search and Rescue (CARDA).

Michael has over 35 years of experience working with Non-Profit/Non-Governmental Agencies addressing local, regional and international issues such as substance use disorder in urban and rural San Mateo County, homelessness in San Francisco and Santa Clara counties, in-home care for infants and children with visual impairments in 16 California counties, second opinions for cancer patients throughout California,  and  education, IT support, micro-lending and humanitarian relief support for NGO’s working in some of the poorest communities in the world including South Western reservations (US), Malawi, Haiti, El Salvador, and Nepal.