halestreet foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded by Halestreet Investments, LLC. and the Cooper Family
Founders: The Cooper Family
Pictured: John Cooper and Linda (Cooper) Finley
The founders of our non-profit, John and Beth Cooper, are passionate about mental health and brain science. After the loss of their son, Dr. Daniel C. Cooper, in 2017, the Cooper family has provided invaluable support and funding for incredible work being done in brain science and health.
John and Beth, along with their daughter Leah (Cooper) Mascitelli and family, champion a fully endowed fund at Brown University for Graduate Level research (where Dan received his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry), and serve as vital supporters of mental health and suicide prevention in countless initiatives and organizations. To read more about Dr. Daniel C. Cooper's brilliant life, work, and Graduate Award Fund, visit this site. John serves as President and Founder and Board Member of the foundation.
Linda (Cooper) Finley, John's Sister, is a key leader who serves as a permanent Board Member for the foundation. Linda plays a pivotal role to the Halestreet company and to the non-profit, bringing many years of experience in executive level business consulting and coaching and leadership in the business architecture industry, worldwide. She changes lives daily with her skills in philanthropic giving, emotional health advocacy, and business strategy.
Director: Brenna Finley Erdmann
Pictured: Linda, John, and Brenna
Brenna Finley Erdmann is counsel for Halestreet where she helps the portfolio of companies navigate business formation, development, fundraising and exits through strategic business and legal decisions.
Brenna serves as the Director of the foundation and is passionate about mental health and suicide prevention, with a special focus on supporting youth, parents, and families with connection and emotional well being.