LITA BOARD MEMBERS
Grove City College, Grove City, PA; BA English 1966. Owner of Reed B. McClintock & Associates real estate firm; Board of North Bay Brokers (1993 & 1994); Board of Leukemia Lymphoma Society & Major Donor Board (1999 – present); member Central Marin Rotary Club (1988 – present); Ross Valley Little League (1987 – 1991). Resident of Marin for 27 years.
University of Cincinnati, Ohio, M.A., Sociology/Anthropology. University of Washington, Seattle, WA, M.P.H., Health Services and Ph.D. in Medical Sociology. Vietnam veteran (US Navy). 1991-2003, Project Director for the Alameda County Study at the Human Population Laboratory in Berkeley. Also Principal Investigator for the AARP-funded study, Successful Aging for Persons with Chronic Conditions. Currently Adjunct Professor at UCSF's Institute for Health and Aging, San Francisco, where he focuses on research involvinghearing impairment and health of older couples.
University of California at Davis, B.S. Managerial Economics. Brian is a Certified Public Accountant and is a Partner at Burr Pilger Mayer, Inc. He is also on the Board and executive committee with the Novato Chamber of Commerce and the Novato Youth Center. Brian is a life-long resident of Novato, where he currently resides with his wife and their three young children.
B.S. Elementary Education, Southern Illinois University, Certificate of Gerontology, Sonoma State University. Twenty years experience in Volunteer Management, 14-years as Director of Volunteers, Hospice of Marin. Retired from Kaiser Permanente as Director of Volunteers for San Rafael, Novato and Petaluma hospital facilities. Served as a LITA volunteer for 10-years. Active member of Northern California Association of Directors of Volunteer Services.
Peter Boam lives in Novato, and is active in volunteer work with The Center for Volunteer and Non-profit Leadership of Marin County, Board Match Marin, ProBono Marin, Terra Linda High School, the Mill Valley Philharmonic, and LITA. He had a lengthy career as a radio personality before becoming a corporate training manager with Discover Card, and later, Communication and Compliance Manager for California Harley-Davidson. Peter holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Sacramento State University, and a Master’s degree in Professional Communication and Management Information Systems from Westminster College in Salt Lake City.
Geoff Dugmore-Real Estate business owner; Marin Sheriff’s Dept Chaplain; B.A. Mgt/B.S. Science/B.A. Biblical Studies. As a forty year resident of the north bay, Geoff’s community awareness and involvement include serving the real estate concerns of empty-nesters, down-sizing replacement property and investment holdings. -“My participation with LITA stems from witnessing the growing epidemic of loneliness along all demographic levels, perhaps most evident in convalescent communities.”
Deanna Lutzeier, Co-Treasurer
Graduate of SFSU with a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. Earned the CMA designation from the Institute of Management Accountants in 2004. Worked for seven years atTri Valley Growers as a Cost Accountant and Account Analyst. Served as board member and Treasurer for Good Shepherd Lutheran School and San Francisco IMA Chapter. Supporter of humanitarian, environmental, and artistic causes in Marin. Marin resident for 24 years.
Boston University, B.A. (Cum Laude) 1965, Dominican University, San Rafael, M.S. 1997 (Cited as the Clinical Psychology Department Outstanding Student). Private Practice of Psychotherapy, 1998 – present. Clients are individual adults and couples. The foci of my practice are addiction and mood disorders. Director of Substance Abuse Outreach Treatment Programs and clinical supervisor, Community Instsitute for Psychotherapy, San Rafael, CA. 2005 – present. Member of State and local chapters of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, 1995 – present. Belinda has been a resident of Marin County for 38 years and is a mother of 2 and a grandmother.
Cathy has taught Second Grade at Saint Mark's School in Terra Linda for 23 years after receiving her BA in Elementary Education from the University of Michigan and her MA in Elementary Education from San Francisco Sate University. She has been involved with Bridging Generations before it was officially a LITA program. For the past nine years she has taken her Second Grade class on monthly visits to Aldersly. Joining the board is a way she feels she can give back to the organization that has given her students so much by providing them the opportunity for community engagement with seniors.
Lowell has more than 40 years experience in health care management in California including 11 years as Senior VP for Sutter Health in Marin. He is a Board member of Marin History Museum and member of the Novato Rotary Club and the Commonwealth Club. Lowell served as foreperson for the 2001-2002 Marin County Grand Jury, is a member and past president of The Marin Chapter of the California Grand Jury Association. Graduate of University of California Berkeley and UCSF School of Pharmacy. M.S. Degree in Health Care Management from Columbia University in the City of New York.
Jessica Williams is an independent contractor focused on engagement and outreach in the fields of education, sustainability and public governance. She currently works with the Spare the Air Employer Program and infosnap, an educational technology company. She has a MBA in Sustainable Management from Presidio Graduate School and a Master’s of Arts in Teaching from Quinnipiac University. She has been on the board of a dance organization in Boston, MA and volunteered with numerous organizations, most recently as an education docent for the Marine Mammal Center. She is originally from New England but is now a happy resident of Novato where she can still see tidal salt marshes and beautiful egrets. She is excited to be part of the LITA community.