Board of Directors
She has been active in many local and non-profit organizations including: board positions at her children’s local schools, the Alameda Blossom Garden Children’s Hospital fundraising branch, Leadership California, Willamette University’s Parent Association, and West Coast Children’s Clinic.
Jean, her husband John, and her two children have benefited from living in a community with wonderful parks and activities. She is happy to be a part of an organization that supports the continued vibrancy of our community.
He is an active participant in many of Alameda’s community organizations and served as a two term Golf Commissioner at the Corica Golf Complex. He attributes much of his personal growth to his time at Alameda’s recreation and parks facilities.
Tony is married and has two children.
David has lived in Alameda for over twenty-five years and has held board positions with the Alameda Housing Authority, Girls Inc. of the Island City, the Alameda Development Corporation, and a NYC non-profit that constructed a mixed-use residential and commercial building in NYC’s Chinatown. David has spent many hours in Alameda parks with his two children over the years and has gained a meaningful appreciation for what they provide to the local community.
He received his Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Dartmouth College and a M.P.A. from Princeton University.
David resides in Alameda with his wife, and has two adult children who grew up and attended school in Alameda.
When not at the Training Station, Ken is working with the National Pitching Association as a Biomechanist and Movement Specialist and also as a Practitioner with Movement Edge Elite, both working with athletes ranging from baseball to golf.
Ken lives in Alameda with his wife and two children, enjoying the various parks and playgrounds the city offers.
He enjoys spending time with his family, especially his three children. One of his most rewarding activities is coaching their youth sports teams.
Jane is a retired lawyer. She served for nine years on the Alameda Golf Commission during the tumultuous changeover period from City management to a long-term lease with Greenway Golf, the company responsible for rebuilding Alameda’s three golf courses. Jane also served for nine years on the executive board of the Pacific Women’s Golf Association, then the governing body for all women’s golf clubs at public courses in Northern California. She played a major role in negotiating the terms and conditions of the merger of that group with the Northern California Golf Association in 2020; she now serves on the new NCGA Women’s Golf Committee, and as the director for legacy PWGA women’s golf tournaments in the Bay Area. She also currently serves as a member of the Restoration Advisory Board, the civilian group monitoring the Navy’s clean-up of the former Alameda Naval Air Station. She joined the Friends of the Parks Foundation board of directors in 2020.
Anna and her family have lived in Alameda for 32 years and her three children attended Alameda Public schools as well as enjoying the many Alameda park programs while growing up.
She is an active member of our foundation and offers excellent organizational skills in the area of events.
Phong obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of California, Davis and his Juris Doctor from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.
Phong was born in Cam Ranh, Vietnam. His family escaped Vietnam and arrived in America when he was two years old. In his spare time, Phong enjoys fishing, camping, and hiking. He is a fifth generation fisherman and the first generation in his family not to do it for a living, which is a blessing because he would starve if he did.
Phong believes in preserving open space and providing programs for youth and seniors. Phong lives in Alameda with his wife and daughter, enjoying the various parks and playgrounds.
Lena was also a founding board member of the City of Alameda Health Care District Board of Directors, and served on the Board of Save the Bay. She was the Manager of Water Resource Planning with the East Bay Municipal Utility District. In November 2022, Lena was elected to the Alameda County Board of Supervisors for District 3, which covers, parts of Oakland, Alameda, San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Hillcrest Knolls and Hayward Acres.
As a small business owner and former collegiate athlete, Todd passionately believes in teamwork and accountability. He has spent countless days coaching softball at Krusi Park and has never been one to sit on the sidelines. Todd believes that our community is only as strong as it’s volunteers that support our Island city and its community organizations.
Initially trained as an educator, Todd chose to pursue a Marketing degree at the University of Hawaii-Manoa and found his way into the insurance industry as an independent broker focusing on Lifestyle Insurance.
Todd is most proud of his two daughters and the young ladies they have blossomed into thanks to the opportunities and support provided by the Alameda Community.