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<ul><li><p>Volunteer LeadershipDirectory</p><p>2014-2015</p></li><li><p>2 </p><p>BOARD OF DIRECTORS </p><p>MEETINGS 12:00 Noon 2:00 p.m. </p><p>Tuesday, September 23, 2014 </p><p>Tuesday, December 2, 2014 </p><p>Thursday, February 19, 2015 </p><p>(Joint Meeting) </p><p>Thursday, May 21, 2015 </p><p>Wednesday, June 17, 2015 </p><p>(Annual Celebration) </p></li><li><p>3 </p><p>BOARD OF TRUSTEES </p><p>MEETINGS 12:00 Noon - 1:30 p.m. </p><p>Wednesday, September 10, 2014 </p><p>Thursday, December 11, 2014 </p><p>Thursday, February 19, 2014 </p><p>(Joint Meeting) </p><p>Thursday, April 30, 2014 </p><p>Wednesday, June 17, 2015 </p><p>(Annual Celebration) </p></li><li><p>4 </p><p>ORANGE COUNTY </p><p>BOARD OF TRUSTEES </p><p>MEETINGS 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. </p><p>Friday, September 19, 2014 </p><p>Friday, December 12, 2014 </p><p>Thursday, February 19, 2015 </p><p>(Joint Meeting) </p><p>Friday, March 20, 2015 </p><p>Friday, May 22, 2015 </p><p>Wednesday, June 17, 2015 </p><p>(Annual Celebration) </p></li><li><p>5 </p><p>MISSION STATEMENT </p><p>Childrens Bureau is committed to providing vulnerable children especially in the early years the foundation necessary to become </p><p>caring and productive adults by: </p><p>Preventing child abuse and neglect; </p><p>Protecting, nurturing, and treating abused children; </p><p>Enhancing the potential of families and communities to meet the </p><p>needs of their children; </p><p>Advancing the welfare of children and families through superior </p><p>programs in foster care, adoptions, child development, parent </p><p>education, mental health, research, and advocacy. </p></li><li><p>6 </p><p>VISION STATEMENT </p><p>Our vision is to significantly change the lives of at-risk children by </p><p>providing state-of-the-art child abuse prevention and treatment </p><p>services. While increasing the scope, depth, and volume of services, </p><p>we will engage in continuous discovery through research to </p><p>determine and implement what works and be a passionate advocate </p><p>on behalf of children and families. </p></li><li><p>7 </p><p>BOARD OF DIRECTORS </p><p>FY 2014 2015 OFFICERS </p><p>Julia Stewart - Chair </p><p>Juan Alfonso - Vice Chair </p><p>Mike Burke - Vice Chair </p><p>John Durrant - Vice Chair </p><p>Charles Marquis - Vice Chair </p><p>Ana Valdez - Vice Chair </p><p>Hope Wintner - Vice Chair </p><p>Neal Aton - Treasurer </p><p>Carrie Tilton - Secretary </p><p>DIRECTORS </p><p>Alan Berkes </p><p>Mark Carlin </p><p>A. Redmond Doms </p><p>B. James Ford </p><p>Michael J. Fourticq, Sr. </p><p>Christopher M. Frank </p><p>Gina Guerra </p><p>Ivan Hindshaw </p><p>Martin Jacobs </p><p>Marc Krigsman </p><p>Mark C. Lemons </p><p>Kristine A. Losito </p><p>Richard Magnuson </p><p>Susan Markowitz </p><p>Hasham Mukadam </p><p>Sandra V. Naftzger </p><p>Hector Orci </p><p>David Pittman </p><p>Marilyn Mindy Stein </p></li><li><p>8 </p><p>BOARD OF TRUSTEES </p><p>FY 2014 2015 </p><p>OFFICERS </p><p>Matthew Wilson - Chair </p><p>Jacob Bobek - Vice Chair </p><p>Shelli Herman - Vice Chair </p><p>Brad Kynal - Vice Chair </p><p>Randy Bort - Treasurer </p><p>Damon Fisher - Secretary </p><p>TRUSTEES </p><p>Kenneth Baronsky </p><p>Bryan Boghosian </p><p>Stephanie Campbell </p><p>Mark Carlin </p><p>Tom Casarella </p><p>Cecily Dean </p><p>Kathleen Duncan </p><p>B. James Ford </p><p>Michael Fourticq, Jr. </p><p>Michael J. Fourticq, Sr. </p><p>Mark W. Gibello </p><p>Scott Graves </p><p>Charles Hogan </p><p>Michael Keller </p><p>Jordon Kruse </p><p>Roger M. Laverty, III </p><p>Chris Lovrien </p><p>Jim Marasco </p><p>Kelly Masuda </p><p>Matthew Pauley </p><p>Adam Pierce </p><p>Keith Renken </p><p>Clinton R. Stevenson, Jr. </p><p>Stuart Taylor </p><p>Michael Traylor </p><p>Salvador Villar </p><p>James R. Walther </p><p>EX-OFFICIO </p><p>Julia Stewart </p><p>Alex Morales </p><p> Mary Hiestand </p><p>Carleen Riley </p></li><li><p>9 </p><p>ORANGE COUNTY </p><p>BOARD OF TRUSTEES </p><p>FY 2014 2015 </p><p>OFFICERS </p><p>David Madison - Chair </p><p>TRUSTEES </p><p>Janice Sindoni Bachmann </p><p>Paul Feuerborn </p><p>Jeffrey Fields </p><p>Richard Flanagan </p><p>Christopher Hutnick </p><p>Lori Irving </p><p>John Tomlinson </p><p>Keven J. Yue </p></li><li><p>10 </p><p>BOARD OF DIRECTORS </p><p>RESPONSIBILITIES and RIGHTS </p><p> RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE DIRECTOR </p><p>Thank you for agreeing to serve on the Board of Directors of Childrens Bureau. Through conscientious participation in board and committee meetings, and with a good working </p><p>knowledge of the activities of Childrens Bureau, directors should actively offer their opinions and share their expertise. In addition, directors should offer services, either at their disposal or </p><p>through referrals, which they believe may help Childrens Bureau in its mission. Areas for involvement include legal, financial, fundraising, government relations, public relations, </p><p>technology, and general management advice. The primary purpose of the Board of Directors is to </p><p>provide legal governance, direction and fiduciary oversight of Childrens Bureau. </p><p>Board Terms: Terms for members of the board are three years with a consecutive limit of two </p><p>terms. After a one-year sabbatical, former directors may once again be invited to join the board. </p><p>1) Governance: </p><p>a) Provide fiscal and operational oversight, perform an annual review of the Chief Executive </p><p>Officer and in concert with senior management, perform ongoing programmatic review to </p><p>ensure compliance with the strategic direction and adherence to the core mission and vision for </p><p>Childrens Bureau b) Contribute resources, share ideas, and make introductions in support of one of the </p><p>organizations target fundraising areas (corporations, foundations, individuals, government) c) Exercise fiduciary oversight by actively participating in at least one of the Boards standing committees </p><p>2) Attendance: There are four board meetings annually, including one join meeting with the </p><p>Board of Trustees, and the Annual Celebration. While latitude must be given for Board members busy schedules, it is crucial that Board members have strong attendance at meetings. Strong </p><p>attendance is necessary to have a well-informed board, for the Board to perform its management </p><p>and oversight roles and for the Board to act within legal quorum constraints. Board members </p><p>should attend 75% of scheduled board and committee meetings. </p><p>3) Financial Support: One of the primary duties of the Board of Directors is to ensure the </p><p>financial viability of Childrens Bureau. Childrens Bureau provides the Board with extensive support in their fundraising efforts, including organizing events, providing professional </p><p>fundraising staff for making individual requests for financial support, and providing staff </p><p>resources for submitting corporate or foundation grant proposals. </p><p>Using those resources and the board members own resources, each board member is expected to </p><p>make a substantial effort to assist Childrens Bureau in raising funds needed to carry out its mission. It is expected that board members commit to personally making and procuring from </p><p>others annual gifts totaling $10,000 or above. This is to be accomplished by: </p></li><li><p>11 </p><p>a) Annually making a personally significant unrestricted gift to the Annual Giving Campaign 100% board participation annually is expected and </p><p>b) Personally providing and/or procuring gifts from individuals, corporations and/or </p><p>foundations in the form of: </p><p>1. Unrestricted or program specific support </p><p>2. Underwriting event support </p><p>3. In kind services </p><p>4) Ambassadorship: Every board member should consider themselves an advocate for </p><p>Childrens Bureau in the community by assisting with public exposure, government relations, and cultivation/solicitation of a rapidly expanding donor base through introductions to colleagues </p><p>and friends. </p><p>5) Accessibility: To enable Childrens Bureau to benefit fully from the impressive credentials and diversity of its Board, every board member should be reasonably accessible to the Chief </p><p>Executive Officer, other senior Childrens Bureau staff and fellow board members to advise on special areas of concern and to assist Childrens Bureau in areas where the Board member may have unique skills or community contacts. </p><p>RIGHTS OF THE DIRECTOR </p><p> To be fully informed about responsibilities and time commitment To be recognized when appropriate for ones work as a board member To be kept fully informed through regular board meetings and committee meetings in order to fulfill their governance responsibilities </p></li><li><p>12 </p><p>BOARD OF TRUSTEES </p><p>RESPONSIBILITIES and RIGHTS </p><p>RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE TRUSTEE </p><p>Thank you for agreeing to serve on the Board of Trustees of Childrens Bureau Foundation. Through conscientious participation in board and committee meetings, and with a good working </p><p>knowledge of the activities of Childrens Bureau, trustees should offer their opinions and share their expertise. In addition, trustees should offer services, either at their disposal or through </p><p>referrals, which they believe may help Childrens Bureau in its mission. Areas for involvement include legal, financial, fundraising, government relations, public relations, technology, and </p><p>general management advice. The primary purpose of the Board of Trustees is to act as a </p><p>fundraising board to ensure the financial viability of Childrens Bureau Foundation. </p><p>Board Terms: Terms for members of the Board of Trustees are three years, with nominations </p><p>and re-elections considered at the annual meeting of the third year. Trustees may serve an </p><p>unlimited number of consecutive terms. </p><p>1) Stewardship: </p><p>a) Provide responsible stewardship of donated funds </p><p>b) Contribute resources, share ideas, and make introductions </p><p>in support of one of the organizations target fundraising areas (corporations, foundations, individuals, government) </p><p>c) Actively participate in one of the Boards standing committees and or event committees </p><p>2) Attendance: There are four board meetings annually, including one joint meeting with the </p><p>Board of Directors, and the Annual Celebration. While latitude must be given for Board </p><p>members busy schedules, it is crucial that Board members have strong attendance at meetings. Strong attendance is necessary to have a well-informed board, for the Board to perform its </p><p>stewardship and for the Board to act within legal quorum constraints. Board members should </p><p>attend 75% of scheduled meetings. </p><p>3) Financial Support: The primary duty of the Board of Trustees is to ensure the financial </p><p>viability of Childrens Bureau Foundation. Childrens Bureau provides the Board with extensive support in their fundraising efforts, including organizing events, providing professional </p><p>fundraising staff for making individual requests for financial support, and providing staff </p><p>resources for submitting corporate or foundation grant proposals. Using those resources and the </p><p>board members own resources, each board member is expected to make a substantial effort to </p><p>assist Childrens Bureau in raising funds needed to carry out its mission. It is expected that board members commit to personally making and procuring from others annual gifts totaling $10,000 </p><p>or above. This is to be accomplished by: </p><p>a) Annually making a personally significant unrestricted gift to the Annual Giving Campaign </p><p> 100% board participation annually is expected and b) Personally providing and/or procuring gifts from individuals, corporations and/or </p><p>foundations in the form of: </p></li><li><p>13 </p><p>1. Unrestricted or program specific support </p><p>2. Underwriting event support </p><p>4) Ambassadorship: Every board member should consider themselves an advocate for </p><p>Childrens Bureau in the community by assisting with public exposure, government relations, and cultivation/solicitation of a rapidly expanding donor base through introductions to colleagues </p><p>and friends. </p><p>5) Accessibility: To enable Childrens Bureau to benefit fully from the impressive credentials and diversity of its Board, every board member should be reasonably accessible to the Chief </p><p>Executive Officer, other senior Childrens Bureau staff and fellow board members to advise on special areas of concern and to assist Childrens Bureau in areas where the Board member may have unique skills or community contacts. </p><p>RIGHTS OF THE TRUSTEE </p><p> To be assigned worthwhile and challenging duties To expect that volunteer time be used judiciously through sound planning and organization by Childrens Bureau staff To be kept fully informed as to the effectiveness of volunteer work and results obtained </p></li><li><p> JUAN ALFONSO </p><p>Director, (Vice Chair) </p><p>BUSINESS </p><p>VP Drama Development ABC Studios </p><p>500 South Buena Vista Street </p><p>Burbank, CA 91521 </p><p>Tel: 818.460.6760 </p><p> Email: juan.alfonso@abc.com </p><p>HOME* </p><p>1413 South Marengo Avenue Pasadena, CA 91106 </p><p>Spouse: Michelle Alfonso </p><p>Email: juanjalfonso@yahoo.com </p><p>NEAL ATON </p><p>Director, (Treasurer) </p><p>BUSINESS </p><p>Private Equity/M&amp;A Consulting </p><p> Tel: 424.903.5257 </p><p>Email: nealaton@yahoo.com </p><p>HOME* </p><p>30039 Via Victoria </p><p>Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 </p><p>Spouse: Doreen Aton </p><p>KENNETH J. BARONSKY </p><p>Trustee </p><p>BUSINESS </p><p>Managing Partner Milbank, Tweed, Hadley &amp; McCloy LLP </p><p>601 South Figueroa Street </p><p>30th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90017 </p><p>Tel: 213.892.4333 Fax: 213.892.4733 </p><p>Email: kbaronsky@milbank.com </p><p> Assistant: Eileen Fong at 213.892.4420 </p><p>Assistants Email: efong@milbank.com </p><p>HOME* </p><p>201 South Dianthus Street Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 </p><p>Spouse: Lisa Baronsky </p></li><li><p>15 </p><p>ALAN BERKES </p><p>Director </p><p> BUSINESS </p><p>Executive Director Positive Coaching Alliance </p><p>Tel: 424.247.3104 </p><p>Email: alan_berkes@positivecoach.org </p><p>HOME* </p><p>1460 18th Street Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 </p><p>Spouse: Krishna Berkes </p><p>Tel: 310.545.2704 </p><p> O. JACOB BOBEK </p><p>Trustee, (Vice Chair) </p><p>BUSINESS * Principal </p><p>Avison Young </p><p>555 South Flower Street Suite 3200 </p><p>Los Angeles, CA 90071 </p><p> Tel: 213.471.7007 </p><p>Email: Jacob.bobek@avisonyoung.com </p><p>HOME 222 7th Street, No. 106 </p><p>Santa Monica, CA 90402 </p><p> Spouse: Carly Bobek </p><p>BRYAN BOGHOSIAN </p><p>Trustee </p><p>BUSINESS* </p><p>Partner Deloitte &amp; Touche LLP </p><p>350 South Grand Avenue Suite 200 </p><p>Los Angeles, CA 90071 </p><p> Tel: 213.688.5435 </p><p>Fax: 213.673.6676 </p><p>Email: bboghosian@deloitte.com </p><p>Assistant: Valerie Toledo at 213.996.5775 </p><p>Assistants Email: vtoledo@deloitte.com </p><p>HOME </p><p>1220 Wentworth Avenue </p><p>Pasadena, CA 91106 </p><p>Spouse: Marylisa Boghosian </p><p> Tel: 626.792.9678 </p></li><li><p>16 </p><p>RANDY BORT </p><p>Trustee, (Vice Chair) </p><p>BUSINESS* </p><p>Partner </p><p>SandTree Holdings, LLC 999 Sepulveda Blvd., Suite 600 </p><p>El Segundo, CA 90245 </p><p> Tel: 424.262.3040 </p><p>Email: randy@sandtreeholdings.com </p><p>HOME </p><p>406 28th Street </p><p>Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 </p><p>Spouse: Lisa Bort </p><p> Tel: 310.567.8818 </p><p> MICHAEL S. BURKE </p><p>Director, (Vice Chair) </p><p>BUSINESS* </p><p>Chief Executive Officer AECOM </p><p>1999 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 2600 </p><p> Los Angeles, CA 90071 </p><p>Tel: 213.593.8723 </p><p>Fax: 213.593.8727 </p><p>Email: mike.burke@aecom.com </p><p> Assistant: Anita Thomas at 213.593.8710 </p><p>Assistants Email: anita.thomas@aecom.com </p><p>HOME </p><p>501 Toyopa Drive Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 </p><p>Spouse: Joan M. Burke </p><p>Tel: 310.435.3222 </p><p>Fax: 310.459.7360 E-mail: mike@msburke.com </p><p>STEPHANIE CAMPBELL </p><p>Trustee </p><p>BUSINESS (Retired) </p><p>Executive Vice President </p><p>DIRECTV, INC. </p><p>Email: sac3131@sbcglobal.net </p><p>HOME 601 North Poinsettia Place </p><p>Los Angeles, CA 90036 </p><p> Tel: 323.935.1120 </p><p>Fax: 310.200.9311 </p></li><li><p>17 </p><p> MARK CARLIN </p><p>Director, Trustee </p><p>BUSINESS* </p><p>Executive Vice President </p><p>Lockton Insurance Brokers, Inc. 725 South Figueroa Street </p><p>35th Floor </p><p>Los Angeles, CA 90017 </p><p>Tel: 213.675.6398 </p><p>Fax: 213.873.0507 </p><p>Email: mcarlin@lockton.com </p><p> Assistant: Angela Brown at 213.689.2416 </p><p>Assistants Email: abrown@lockton.com </p><p>HOME </p><p>2338 Chislehurst Drive </p><p>Los Angeles, CA 90027 </p><p>Spouse: Liza-Mae Carlin </p><p> Tel: 213.247.2230 </p><p> THOMAS CASARELLA </p><p>Trustee </p><p>BUSINESS* </p><p>Senior Vice President Oaktree Capital Management, L.P. </p><p>333 South Grand Avenue, 28th Floor </p><p>Los Angeles, CA 90071 </p><p>Tel: 917.544.6990 </p><p>Cell: 917.544.6990 </p><p>Email: tcasarella@oaktreecapital.com </p><p>HOM...</p></li></ul>

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