Villages of San Mateo County
Linda Burroughs has amassed a wealth of experience in the nonprofit sector both as a direct service provider and a fundraiser. She has extensive experience in the corporate sector including community relations. Linda has served as a Healthy Living instructor and her work with disabled adults further underscores her commitment and capacity to address the challenges facing our seniors.
Patrick Brown/Secretary , has worked as a business skills trainer, COO, and in senior management positions in technical publications in the software industry. He serves on the boards of multiple non-profit organizations and brings a comprehensive view of valuable partnership opportunities. Patrick’s experience enables him to provide valuable insight and guidance necessary to bridge the generation gap and help the Villages better utilize social media and communication platforms.
Wen Chang is a tech-savvy realtor who has an exceptional record of success and caring customer service. Wen’s keen observation skills and instinctive problem-solving nature has made him a stellar volunteer and Board member. Wen assists the Villages in multiple inter-generational activities, tech assistance and social events.
Deborah Flaherty has worked in the field of Gerontology for the past 25 years, with an emphasis on maximizing older adult independence. Her commitment to the well-being of our aging population led her to co-found Mid-Peninsula Village. She currently lends her expertise in many facets of the Villages of San Mateo County, both in leadership roles and as volunteer to the members.
Irene Liana brings to her role as Volunteer Coordinator, 25+ years of experience in human resources management for large corporations and startups. Her passion to encourage others
and equip those less fortunate with the tools needed to thrive was expressed through eight years in volunteer management at Bay Area Cancer Connections and three years as Rehab
Director for Goodwill Industries. In addition Irene has 12 years of experience as a counselor/psychologist in the Massachusetts public sector.
Eric Hanson is chair of Mid-PeninsulaVillage where he has shared his leadership experience as well as hands on participation in volunteer orientation, community outreach and multiple essential member services. Eric is a retired Vice President from Hewlett Packard Laboratories, where he led a research organization that explored and invented new techniques in 3D printing. He is a natural team builder who demonstrates analytical skills, and active listening.
Victoria Kline began her career as a member of the Public Relations team for the Department of Airports at LAX, served as Development Director for the Stamford Museum & Nature Center and recently became retired as a Clinical Social Worker within the medical field. Victoria has always had a powerful vision and passion for bringing people and community together. She was instrumental in the conception of the Outreach arm for the Village and the amazing Village team helped make it a reality. She is a strong believer in volunteerism and is actively involved in several other community nonprofits.
Randi Kutnewsky is retired from a high tech career and she currently volunteers with Villages and Healthy Cities Tutoring. Her leadership has resulted in more effective volunteer service delivery. Randi’s solid organizational skills combined with her innate desire to help others makes her an ideal Office Team leader and Board Member.
Dave McClure/Treasurer is an experienced leader in both high tech companies and nonprofits as a CEO, CFO and board member. He is one of the founders of Villages of San Mateo County and has served as a board member, treasurer and volunteer from its inception. Dave has witnessed firsthand the importance of a caring community for older adults.
Scott McMullin/President is one of the founders of the Villages of San Mateo County and has worked in the development and operations of Villages of San Mateo County across the range of volunteer involvement and service delivery. Scott’s extensive career as a senior quality assurance manager is reflected in his keen attention to detail and advocacy on behalf of our members. Scott embraces the opportunity to share his boundless energy and wide range of skills with Village members.