Emanuel Satingin Robinson, President
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Kyle Carlson, Vice President
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Michelle Clowser, Secretary/Treasurer
I was born and raised a San Lorenzo Villager. I attended Del Rey, David E. Martin and Arroyo H.S. I participated in youth softball, soccer and volunteer work as a child. I was a Blue Bird and a Girl Scout and I traveled in summers with my parents learning about other cultures and scientific and historic items of interest. My mom was a local teacher and my dad was a millwright. I attended community meetings right alongside my parents, and walked strikes with them in front of the District Office when the teachers fought for extra pay and benefits in the 70s. I graduated Cal State Hayward with a B.A. in English and Gonzaga Law School where I obtained a Juris Doctorate (law degree). I have worked as a civil attorney, and also as a teacher in the SLZ School District over the years. I now work in public service for the communities in Alameda County. I spend my free time doing volunteer work for this community. As a child I was encouraged by my parents’ own example to help others: you help kids, you help the less fortunate, you help your neighbor. You step up because not everyone can and sometimes it’s your turn to be the helper. You do what you can with what you have and, as a result, make a good life for not just you, but for those you help. I encourage members of this community to participate, to step up, to help out, in any capacity. Because the “collective impact” of helping each other is far more than we can achieve alone. When we venture outside of our homes, we find this wonderful community. Together, we can help make and sustain a thriving community, even through adversity.
Diane Wydler, Director
My family moved to San Lorenzo when I was two (2) years old and I grew up here; went to UC Berkeley, became a high school teacher and eventually taught at Moreau Catholic High School in Hayward. Different jobs led me to San Jose where I lived until 2009, when I moved back to San Lorenzo into the house where I had grown up. My parents still owned and lived in this house until they both passed away.
I became involved in the SLVHA; served on committees, helped with community events, and eventually served as a Board Director from 2010-2013. Being a Board member takes a lot of work and dedication, but is also extremely rewarding and educational. During my break from being a director, I continued to be involved with community events, have served as Chairperson of the Ad Hoc CC&R Implementation Committee, and have continued to attend both Board Work Sessions and regular Board Meetings.
I look forward to being on the Board again and to working with you, the membership, to address the current issues of San Lorenzo Village, so that it remains a safe, beautiful, and community oriented place to live.
Phil Cutino, Director
I have lived in San Lorenzo Village for over 35 years. My wife grew up here as did my two daughters. I graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with honors and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. I am a Registered Professional Engineer. I manage a Facilities Engineering Department at a national scientific research laboratory. I am committed to advocating for homeowner rights (and wishes where possible). I look forward to collaborating with fellow directors and hope to be a positive influence on our community.