Joe Baldo has a Bachelor of Arts in Business from Loyola Marymount University. For 30 years, he owned and operated a video production company in Orange County serving major corporations.
Joe Slowensky is the Vice Provost for Institutional Effectiveness and Faculty Affairs at Chapman University. He supervises the offices of Faculty Affairs, Institutional Research, Diversity and Inclusion, Accreditation and Assessment, and the Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
Ken was formerly President of Farmer Boys Food, Inc., a restaurant chain headquartered in Riverside, California, and continues working for them as a consultant. He was VP of Operations for El Pollo Loco for 13 years and has been in the food industry for more than 25 years.
Michael DeLuca is a practicing Certified Public Accountant who specializes in nonprofit entities and is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, the AICPA Tax Section and Not-for-Profit Section.
Francisco Fonseca, born in Guadalajara Mexico, came to the United States at 8 years old, and was raised in Inglewood California. Francisco, experienced in running various companies, had his Automotive since 1985.
Lisa Gorciak holds a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies from Loyola Marymount University and a certificate as an EEG Neurofeedback therapist from the EEG Institute. She is a neurofeedback therapist, educator and volunteer, and she has taught and tutored for more than 30 years.
Tammie Ledesma has been involved in education for thirty years. She has completed twenty-three years in the Anaheim Elementary School District.
Robert Pierce is an expatriate of the U.K., born in Sheffield, England. Community engagement has been part of his life since he joined the Scout Movement at 4 years old.
Yolanda Uzzell has more than 15 years of experience working in non-profit management and higher education. Her primary interests lie in organizational effectiveness and business process management with a focus on information and data management.
Al Valdez is a nationally recognized consultant in the areas of youth violence, gang sociology and behaviors, gang investigations/prosecutions, parent/teacher awareness issues, prevention/intervention models and occult/ritual crimes.