The SCNA board consists entirely of community volunteers. There are many ways you can participate as a Board member, such as helping with annual fundraising events like the Wine Tasting and Silent Auction or Home Tour, writing articles for the Viewpoint, or participating in Advocacy work on behalf of the neighborhood. To find out how to become a board member read the Expectations for SCNA Board Members and fill out the form below or contact us at email@example.com. Or consider becoming a Volunteer!
The SCNA board is comprised of up to 23 board members in any one year. According to the SCNA Bylaws the board meets on a monthly basis to set forth the policies and procedures for the operation of SCNA and the Sierra 2 Center. Board meeting notes are available each month in the Viewpoint.
2020 Board Members
- Bill Hoover, President
- Kathy Les, Vice President
- Bruce Pierini, Secretary
- John Bailey, Treasurer
- Andrea Rosen, Executive Committee At-Large
- Kimberly Bond
- Gerre Buehler
- Nury Enciso
- Erik Fay
- Bill French
- Susan French
- John Mathews
- Mike McKeever
- Dan Murphy
- Bruce Pierini
- Martin Pierucci
- Dan Pskowski
John has lived in the neighborhood since 1981. He previously served on the SCNA board from 1982 through the mid 1990’s, with many years as Treasurer and one term as President. He rejoined the board in January 2020 and again is serving as Treasurer, chairing the Finance Committee and participating on the Facilities Committee. John is a CPA, and for many years he was Chief Financial Officer of wholesale distribution companies. Since retiring in 2018, John has enjoyed travelling, golfing, gardening, and trailing his golden retriever leisurely sniffing his way around Curtis Park.
Kimberley moved to Crocker Drive with her husband at the beginning of 2018. She joined the board to give her time and energy to her new neighborhood. Kimberley serves as an Ad Manager for the Viewpoint, as well as, writing stories about landscapes in Curtis Park and delivering the paper to homes in Crocker Village.
Gerre has lived in Curtis Park since 1985. She has been Distribution Manager for the Viewpoint, our neighborhood newspaper, since the late 1980’s. Service on the Board during the 1980’s and volunteering for the Home Tour and Wine Tasting are also part of her Curtis Park history. She is currently serving as the Chair of the Facilities Committee and sits on the Development Committee. She loves our neighborhood and hasn’t considered moving for over 35 years. This is odd for a military brat who moved every 2 years or less while growing up.
Nury is from Bogota, Colombia. Her background is in business and she is an environmentalist by heart. She and husband Marco have lived in Curtis Park since 2003. They love the neighborhood and feel lucky to be part of its community.
Erik and his wife Anne have lived in Curtis Park for 17 years. Erik is a veteran and worked in state government specializing in employment tax, business audits, criminal tax enforcement, hearings, and new legislation. He has written for the Viewpoint for many years and was an active member of the SCNA Heritage Committee. He is interested in neighborhood concerns and further marketing SCNA activities and opportunities for participation. He and Anne are frequently seen running and walking their golden retriever around the park. Erik enjoys seeing and talking to neighborhood friends while they are out and about.
Bill moved into the neighborhood in 1978 when the multi-state non-profit agency he founded opened its headquarters in Sacramento. Since his retirement over 10 years ago he and his wife Robin have been traveling the world. Bill first served on the SCNA board in the early 1980s and looks forward to helping to re-energize the neighborhood.
Bill is a mostly retired Administrative Law Judge with the Office of Administrative Hearings. He and wife Constance have lived in Curtis Park for over four decades and both their children were born and raised here. After leaving active military service Bill dedicated himself to a career in law and worked in the California Legislature as an Administrative Assistant and Consultant, the Community Release Board (now Bureau of Prison Terms), Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office and the California Office of Administrative Hearings. He was involved in the early efforts to save Sierra School and served on the SCNA Board of Directors for four years including two years as President (’88-’90).
Kathy has called Curtis Park home for nearly 37 years. She is a former historic preservation professional and journalist. She has long been involved in SCNA, having previously served on the board in the early 2000’s while also then heading up the Wine Tasting Committee and serving as Viewpoint editor. From 2003-05 she was SCNA’s executive director. She grew up in the suburbs of southern California and always dreamed of living in an old house neighborhood. She cherishes Curtis Park for its historic homes, tree-lined streets, and the neighborly neighbors who make this a great place to live and our association strong.
John has lived in Curtis Park for 35 years, in a house that has been in his family since 1945. He has served on the SCNA Board of Directors for well over a decade, working on the preservation and betterment of our beautiful neighborhood. He hopes to continue serving on the Board to monitor the completion of the Crocker Village project and its impact on Curtis Park.
Mike has lived in Curtis Park nearly two decades with this wife Nancy. He is recently retired after a career in urban planning, sustainability and management. He led the Sacramento Area Council of Government’s regional Blueprint planning process, served as CEO for that organization for 12 years and finished his career as Chief of Staff to Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg. Before moving from Oregon to Sacramento he managed a community-based non-profit organization and owned 2 urban planning consulting firms.
Dan has lived in a West Curtis Oaks 1911 Bungalow since 1983. His two children were raised in the neighborhood. He worked as a staff attorney with the state District Court of Appeal in Sacramento. After retirement he joined SCNA’s Heritage Committee and authored our neighborhood history book, Sacramento’s Curtis Park (2005). He has previously served as an SCNA Board member, President, Viewpoint writer, and volunteer. He is interested in helping SCNA thrive as the steward of Sierra 2 and an effective advocate for our neighborhood.
Bruce spent 38 years as a professor of anthropology at community colleges and CSU Sacramento. He enjoyed introducing students to the vast and intriguing research literature and theories in anthropology. Now retired, his interests include Italian, French and Spanish languages, reading fiction and nonfiction, gardening, cooking, travel and keeping up with developments in the sciences. Bruce has served on the SCNA Board since 2013, including work on the Development, Neighborhood Concerns and Facilities Committees. He has been married to Wayne Anderson since 1978 and together they enjoy traveling the world. Bruce is currently the SCNA Board Secretary. He has lived in Curtis Park for 35 years.
Martin has lived on 27th Street for 44 years with his wife Kathryn Beltrami. They raised two children in Curtis Park. They were charter members of SCNA and are lifetime members. He and Kathryn have worked on many SCNA activities over the years, including editing Viewpoint for six years, worked or chaired the Neighborhood Flea Market, The Halloween parties in the 1970s, the building of the Children’s Playground and still distribute the Viewpoint and occasionally contribute articles. Martin is a real estate broker and owns his own brokerage firm, Martin Pierucci Real Estate.
Read Viewpoint articles by Dan.
Dan has lived in the neighborhood for the past 15 years and has served on the SCNA Board since November 2013. As a professional arborist he couldn’t be in a better neighborhood because Curtis Park residents really care about the trees.
Andrea moved to Curtis Park in 1978 and has lived in three different houses since then. Her two kids always enjoyed Sierra 2 activities. She has served on the Board on and off since the early 1980’s. She has written for the Viewpoint since the late 1970’s. The Neighborhood Concerns Committee idea originated with her and she has been very active in planning issues affecting Curtis Park. She is a health and government lawyer now with the State. She served as a former City Planning Commissioner and Human Rights/Fair Housing Commissioner.
Our important sub-committees take on a tremendous amount of work to improve our neighborhood. Fill out the form below if you are interested in becoming a Board Member or serving on a committee.
- Executive Committee
- Development Committee
- Facilities Committee
- Finance Committee
- Neighborhood Concerns Committee
- Personnel Committee
- Senior Center Committee
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