Our Board of Directors
We meet on the first Monday of every month except for 2-3 months in the summer. All members are invited to attend: just send an email to the President to get directions for attendance. The next election for the Board of Directors is at our Annual Meeting on June 5, 2021. Contact us.
Carol joined the League after retiring from IBM while living in Los Altos in about 1994. She served on the board including two years as president of LWV Los Altos/Mountain View. She worked on several League web site projects: local, state, SmartVoter (precursor to VotersEdge), and League Easy Web. Moving to San Jose in 2004, she joined this League. She has served as President since 2019.
Sandy has been a League member since 2002, holding positions of Co-president, and Voter Service chair. Sandy has been the co-chair of the state convention and secretary/treasurer of the League County Council which consists of the five Leagues in Santa Clara County. She currently serves as Vice President, organizes our candidate forums, and serves on many committees.
Kathleen's work has been in the field of nonprofit management, serving as Executive Director of both the San Jose Historical Museum Association and the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy. She serves on the Board of Directors of Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County. Previously, she was a member of the Board of San Jose Rotary Club, San Jose Downtown Association, Notre Dame High School and the Board of Fellows, Santa Clara University.
Julia is a longtime League member and resident of Santa Clara since 1973. She is a retired University Archivist (Santa Clara University) and teacher (Cupertino Union School District). In League she has worked on studies, been a member of the Speakers Bureau, and a TV producer/interviewer when the League TV program was called “Left Right, and Center”. She has been Secretary and is serving as Treasurer since 2018.
Vicki is a longtime community volunteer working with organizations including the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority Citizens’ Advisory Committee, Cambrian Community Council, Save Our Shores, Yosemite Volunteers in the Parks, and Union and Campbell Union High School Districts. She has an MA in teaching and has spent the last 20 years managing a family-owned manufacturing business. She chairs the Climate Change and Local Governance Study committees.
Gloria Chun Hoo
Gloria is the 2nd Vice President for LWV California, a past president of LWV San Jose/ Santa Clara, serving in a variety of League positions. She previously worked in marketing and public relations in both the private sector and in the museum field. For ten years she produced and hosted a public affairs program “Asian Focus” for the Boston CBS affiliate. She has served on the national board of the YWCA, the City of San Jose Planning Commission, and the Citizens’ Advisory Committee of the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority. She currently chairs the Action Committee
Roma is a board member of the League of Women Voters of the Bay Area with a housing portfolio. Roma has an extensive background as a policy analyst and chief of staff for several City of San Jose officials and for Congresswomen Zoe Lofgren. She also has held marketing and communications positions with the San Jose Downtown Association and San Jose Conventions and Visitors Bureau. She previously served on our board as Program Director and currently leads our Housing/Homelessness committee.
Lorraine, a transplanted New Englander, has been a San Jose resident since 1970, and a League member since 2012. She has served on the Board since 2016, and participated with the Lunch with League Committee and the Climate Committee. She is our Membership Director and has served on the Nominating Committee from 2018-2021.
Diane is a public relations and communications consultant with more than 40 years of experience in her own business, McNutt& Company, Inc. She was founder and coordinator of the Certificate in Marketing Communications program for 25 years and served 12 years on the Los Gatos Town Council including stints as Mayor in 2006 and 2010. She serves as our Communications Director publishing our newsletter, The VOTER, oversees the web site, and chairs the Public Events committee.
Sara is currently a fulltime Foster Parent and homemaker. The majority of her career she worked with children and families interspersed with periods in tech and sales support positions. While relatively new to League, her passion is organizing voter registration and outreach events. Currently she is the Voter Service director and was involved with the Census.