Board Of Directors/Staff

Gregory Nerland – President Kathy Hicks –                      VP, Development Gayle Vassar – VP, Marketing
Cynthia Jordan – Secretary Naomi Fukumori – Treasurer Peter Magnani – President Emeritus

Allison Aguilar

R. Gordon Baker

Mark Brown

Catherine Leutzinger

Beverly Loder

James Moore

Kimberly Moore

Kathleen Odne

Scott Peterson

Ward Pynn

Richard Tong

Carole Wynstra

Diane Crowley Young


 Our Team

Susan Moon, Executive Director

As Executive Director at the Walnut Creek Library Foundation, Susan helps lead the organization’s mission to raise philanthropic and corporate support, create cultural and educational programs for the community, and advocate for the Walnut Creek libraries. She was previously program manager at Build Healthy Places Network, which is a San Francisco-based nonprofit dedicated to improving low-income communities. Susan has 10+ years of development experience, working in leadership gifts and corporate relations at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland and Harvard University. Susan is a graduate of Wellesley College. After several moves between the west and east coasts, she now lives in Walnut Creek with her family and dog, Cooper.

Sherlin Kelley, Program Manager

As the Program Manager for the Walnut Creek Library Foundation, Sherlin looks forward to being able to continue her work in giving back to the community. For the past 14 years, Sherlin has worked for an events and communications company in Walnut Creek where she started as a production assistant and moved into her most recent title of Creative Project Manager. Sherlin has served on the Board of Directors of the Northern California Family Center for over 10 years and is currently the President of the Board. Sherlin graduated from San Francisco State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts, with an emphasis in Video Production. She lives with her spouse in Contra Costa County and has two children, a German Shepherd, a gold fish, and a 1965 Ford Mustang.

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