Amy Likover, President, Gerstle Park
Former President of the Gerstle Park Neighborhood Association, Amy has served on the Fed Steering Committee for 9 years, and is currently President. The Vice-President of San Rafael Heritage and Coordinator of READYgerstlepark emergency radio team, Amy is active in GPNA and City activities. A career French/Spanish teacher now at SRHS, Amy and husband Joe have lived in San Rafael for 10 years.
Richard Bernstein, Vice-President, California Park
Currently serving as Fed Vice-Chair, Richard is a retired technology executive in both both academia and the financial services sector. He is a long time neighborhood activist, and is involved in many non-profits serving primarily children. Richard has lived in San Rafael for 35 years.
Kevin Hagerty,Treasurer, Glenwood
Kevin Hagerty is a lifetime Bay Area resident, the last 30 years living in San Rafael. Kevin is currently president of the Glenwood Homeowners Association, serves as a Board Member and Chairman of the Roadway Committee for the Point San Pedro Road Coalition. He serves as a member of the City of San Rafael Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee and on the Transportation Authority of Marin's Citizen's Oversight Committee. He is the Treasurer and a member of the Steering Committee of the San Rafael Federation of Neighborhoods. He is Vice Chair of the Marin Coalition and serves as Chairman of its Program Committee.
Jim Draper, Web Editor, Bret Harte
Former president of the Bret Harte Community Association, Jim started the association's website in 2005. He has been a Steering Committee member of San Rafael Heritage since its inception in 2015. A freelance video director of live event productions - many for Silicon Valley technology
companies - Jim's work frequently takes him cross country and abroad. He also produces, directs
and edits corporate image films and documentaries. Jim views his neighborhood work as a way to support his beliefs and by sharing his skill in technology. Jim and his wife have lived in San Rafael since 1989.
Ron Freshman, Bret Harte
Ron has lived in Bret Harte since 1978 and is a member of the Bret Harte Community Association. In recent years he has followed our city’s homeless crisis focusing on the need for systemic solutions. Among Ron’s interests is emergency preparedness. His experience developing business software systems has included the use of Pattern Language a concept that is now being used to coordinate actions of communities who are working together on significant shared problems.
Daniel Alm, West End
A native of St. Louis, Daniel moved to San Francisco in 1999 to attend college. After his first outing from the city to Marin in 2002, Daniel was wow’ed by the beauty, climate and people of Marin. His goal to settle in Marin was achieved in 2004, settling in San Rafael's fantastic West End neighborhood. Since 2015 Daniel has served on the Board of the West End Neighborhood Association (WENA,) now serving as WENA President. Daniel works at MarinHealth in medical record analytics.
Joy Phoenix, Loch Lomond
Joy has lived in San Rafael, as a young child and then continuously since 1966.
She is fairly new to Loch Lomond (three years) and has lived in Gerstle Park and Glenwood.
She is a Program Manager for the Fenwick Foundation, is a photographer, and helps people
with the photos (cloud storage, digital albums, etc.) through FOREVER. She is involved with
several non-profits in Marin including Dominican University’s Women, Leadership & Philanthropy Council, Side by Side, and the Marin Cultural Association.
Kate Powers, Terra Linda (TLHOA)
Kate has a BA in Environmental Design, University of Colorado, Boulder. She and her husband moved to the Bay Area in 1989, and their family has lived in Terra Linda since 2004. Kate has volunteered with the Gallinas Watershed Council, Environmental Forum of Marin, and the Marin Conservation League (MCL), three years as president. Kate served on San Rafael’s 2040 General Plan Steering Committee and currently serves as chair of San Rafael’s Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC). She is a board member of MCL, a member of Transportation Authority of Marin Citizens’ Oversight Committee and TLHOA Community Development Committee. Kate values the Fed’s work improving community member awareness and participation, and amplifying or giving voice to their concerns, which in turn fosters a broader sense of belonging and well-being throughout the City.
Jay Hubert, Dominican
Jay has lived in San Rafael since 1970. He is a retired physicist and technology manager. President of the Dominican/Black Canyon Neighborhood Association, Jay is also chair of the Dominican/Black Canyon FireSafe Committee, District 1 Representative on the Marin County Disaster and Citizen Corps Council (DC3) and a member of the DC3 Committee on Public Disaster Education and Preparedness (PDEP). Jay oversees radio communication and volunteers as the Chief Radio Officer for Marin RACES/ACS), sponsored by the Marin County Sheriff's Department. Jay is the Disaster Services Technology Lead (radio) for the Marin County Chapter of the American Red Cross and a member of the San Rafael CERT Steering Committee.