Process nerd. Creative hobby hopper. Dreamy pragmatist. Story seeker. Chocolate enthusiast.
Maya Kageyama (she/her) is a Director at Third Plateau, where she supports clients to deepen their impact and bring their visions to life. She joins the firm with experience facilitating creative problem solving, leadership development, and meaningful collaboration in public health and racial equity spaces.
Previously, Maya served as the Training & Development Manager at the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF), a national health justice organization which influences policy, mobilizes communities, and strengthens programs and organizations to advance health equity for communities across the country. As a trained facilitator and coach, Maya provided technical assistance, trainings, and leadership coaching for small and large community based organizations, local and state health departments, and national coalitions with a wide range of focus areas, including infectious diseases, nutrition and physical activity, immigration, gender-based violence, and community empowerment.
Additionally, Maya brings a range of non-profit experience, including time at a radio broadcasting program, a language institute, an alternative healing school, and a social justice youth performing arts center.
Maya holds a BA from Hampshire College and an MPH from the University of San Francisco. After hours, she can be found curled up with a book, practicing a new skill, or heading to the beach.