Reed B. McClintock, Chairman

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.

William Strawbridge, Vice Chairman

Bill is an Adjunct Professor at the Institute for Health & Aging, UC San Francisco, where he currently studies hearing loss, successful aging, and the health of older couples.  Before that he conducted aging studies as Project Director for the Alameda County Study.  A Navy Vietnam veteran he obtained his PhD and Master of Public Health from the University of Washington and worked in community health planning in Seattle.  He is passionate about serving on the LITA Board because its programs linking older persons living in facilities with community residents and school children are so important for maintaining social relationships and vitality in in old age.

Brian Finnegan, Treasurer

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.

Cathy Sedlock

Cathy has taught Second Grade at Mark Day 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.

George Erickson

Erik Flatt

Jill Weston

Joe Simmons