Dana Hokin, Board President

As Managing Director of Gorda Estates, Limited, the parent company of the Bitter End Yacht Club and Resort, Dana Hokin is responsible for the overall profitability and expansion of the company’s brand.

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Cyane Dandridge, Board Member

Cyane Dandridge is the Founder and Executive Director of Strategic Energy Innovations (SEI), as well as the School of the Environmental Leadership (SEL).

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Matthew St. Clair, Board Member

Matthew St.Clair is the first Sustainability Manager for the University of California's Office of the President, supporting sustainability efforts across the 10-campus UC system since 2004.

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Kimberly Scheibly, Board Member

Kimberly Scheibly is the Municipal Contracts & Communications Manager for the Marin Sanitary Service (MSS). During her past four years with MSS, Kimberly worked with jurisdictions on zero waste program planning and implementation and oversaw the residential and commercial recycling & organics education and outreach programs.

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Debbie Raphael, Board Member

Debbie Raphael is the Director of the San Francisco Department of the Environment and believes that cities can take bold action to address environmental harm. A scientist by training and public servant by profession, Debbie has spent most of her career working in government to ensure that everyone has an equal right to a safe and healthy environment.  

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Abby Young, Board Member

Abby Young is the Climate Protection Manager at the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Abby oversees the Air District’s work addressing greenhouse gas emissions, including providing technical assistance and policy support to local governments, implementing grant programs and regional convenings, and conducting research studies.

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Rick Diamond, Advisory Board Member

Rick is a Staff Scientist and Deputy Division Director at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. 

Rick's research focuses on individual and institutional behavior and interactions with the build environment, including post-occupancy and energy evaluations of housing, schools, and workplace environments. 

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Mary Jane Burke, Advisory Board Member

Mary Jane Burke began her career in education as an Instructional Assistant and has gone on to serve as a Teacher, Principal, Special Education Director, Assistant Superintendent and Deputy Superintendent. In 1994, she was elected Marin County Superintendent of Schools and continues to serve in that office. Ms. Burke is known for her enthusiastic championing of all students in public and private schools. She is a voice for equity and opportunity and is committed to seeing that all students are given a strong start by receiving a quality 21st Century education so that they possess the knowledge, skills and values needed for success in school and in life.

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