Copyright © 2017 CALICO

Copyright © 2017 CALICO

Founded in 1997, CALICO achieves justice and healing for over 600 toddlers, children, adolescents, and adults with developmental disabilities. CALICO’s Board of Directors is a dedicated, engaged group of community leaders who are central to generating awareness and resources for CALICO.  Board members bring valuable expertise in finance, marketing, strategic planning, human resources, legal issues, and fund development.  Each board member serves a three-year term (renewable once) and serves on board committees.

For more information about the board and becoming a board member, please click HERE.

BOARD OFFICERS

Leslie Oestreicher, Director of CSR and Sustainability, Ross Stores Inc.
2nd term: April 2017 - March 2020

Acting President 
Chair of Board Development Committee

Rachel Holloway, Counsel, Pennington Lawson LLP 

1st term: November 2018 - October 2021

Vice President & Secretary

Co-Chair of 2019 Oakland Running Festival

Kyle Galle, Product Marketing Manager, Adobe

1st term: December 2017 - November 2020

Treasurer

 

BOARD MEMBERS

Adam Barton, Senior Product Manager, Reddit

1st term: November 2018 - October 2021 

Mel Coronado, Technical Sales Representative, Oak Wise 

1st term: January 2019 - December 2022

 Co-Chair of 2019 CALICO for Kids Annual Fundraiser

Ryan Erickson, Partner, Lewis & Llewellyn LLP 
1st term: June 2017 - May 2020

Chair of Corporate Fund Development Committee

Co-Chair of 2019 Oakland Running Festival

Janice Le, Vice President, Hewlett Packard Enterprise/Aruba
1st term: January 2017 - December 2020

Francesco Polizzi, Product Manager, Growth & Monetization, Dropbox

1st term: May 2018 - June 2021

CALICO for Kids Annual Fundraiser 2019 Committee

Meera Rama, Registered Senior Client Associate, Marrill Lynch
1st term: August 2019 - December 2021

Cathryn Weems, Senior Manager Legal Policy, Twitter 
2nd term: November 2018 – October 2021

CALICO is a wonderful place to be a board member. The board’s active participation is key, no 'rubber stamping' here. [The] time commitment, hard work and investment in the organization are realized in the day-to-day experiences of both clients and staff.

—Kimmey C. Hardesty, Blue Cottage Consulting

 

Former Member, CALICO Board of Directors