Anisha Weber is a native to the Peninsula, born and raised in Palo Alto, living in Redwood City, and working in San Francisco. As former COO of Primitive Logic, she is a Managing Director at Logic20/20, focusing on people and operations, client strategy, and mindful solution delivery. Prior to joining Primitive Logic, she worked for Accenture across the financial services industry and PeopleSoft technologies. With over 25 years of digital transformation experience in technology and solution consulting, Anisha is comfortable leading tactical and strategic initiatives and always eager for each new challenge. She is an engaged executive able to bridge business and technical needs, while also growing company culture and employee morale.

Actively involved in her community — around home, at work, and with her alma mater — Anisha continues to provide time, talent, and treasure to numerous boards, committees, and service organizations. As a San Mateo County Commissioner on the Status of Women, Anisha focuses on topics such as STEM for Young Women, Human Trafficking, Women’s Leadership Conference and Hall of Fame, and Women in Tech. She is a long-time member of Vistage and embraces curiosity and lifelong learning. Anisha is a graduate of University of San Francisco’s MBA program, and served on various USF boards and committees, such as Past-President of Alumni Board of Directors, former member of Board of Trustees, former President of MBA Alumni Society, including the Community Service Committee. Additionally, Anisha received her B.A. in Communications with minors in Business and German from the University of Oregon in Eugene. Following her undergraduate degree, she worked for the Rothschild Bank in Zurich, Switzerland for three years and for Stanford University for two years, before her MBA. Anisha is a first generation American, her parents are from Switzerland and Holland, and she continues to maintain close ties with immigrant communities/groups from both countries.

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Anisha Weber
Commissioner