Restaurant owner, Flea Street and Cool Café; former award winner, Menlo Park Environmental Award, San Mateo Environmental Award; SF Business Times: Top 50 Women-Owned Businesses; Menlo Park Distinguished Business Award; EFA, Sustie: Award for Lifelong Leadership in Sustainability; Acterra Sustainable Business Award; Resident of Palo Alto.
Robert B. Flint, JR.
Member, Sierra Club Foundation; board of trustees, Woodside Conservation Committee; former president, Woodside School Foundation; frequent explorer of Antarctica; resident of Woodside.
Mary Page Hufty, M.D.
Family practitioner, Palo Alto Medical Clinic; president, Archbold Expeditions, an environmental organization studying endangered scrubland in Florida; docent, Jasper Ridge; chairman, board of directors, Woodside Trail Club Portola Valley Trails Committee; resident of Portola Valley.
Suzanne B. King
Community volunteer; member, board of directors, San Mateo County Parks and Recreation Foundation; member, advisory board, Hidden Villa and Environmental Volunteers; resident of Woodside.
Board member, Monterey Bay Aquarium; special assistant, Board of Trustees, Stanford University; Board member, McClatchy Company; former trustee, San Francisco Foundation; former director, James Irvine Foundation; former Board member, Brown Shoe Company; former trustee, Smith College; former Special Assistant, Dean of Humanities & Sciences at Stanford University. Resident of Menlo Park.
Nature photographer; launched The LIFE Project; author, Life: A Journey Through Time, Jungles, Penguin, Living Planet, Eye to Eye, Bonobo, Okavango: Africa's Last Eden, Forgotten Edens, and Madagascar, A World Out of Time; award winner, World Press Photo, BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Sierra Club’s Ansel Adams Award, Sweden’s Lennart Nilsson Award; fellow, the Royal Geographic Society; knight, Royal Order of the Golden Ark. Resident of Santa Cruz.
George M. Marcus
Founder and chairman, The Marcus & Millichap Company; founder and member, board of directors, Greater Bay Bank; chairman, Essex Property Trust; member, board of directors, California State University Foundation; member, Real Estate Roundtable; member, American Leadership Forum; member, Commission on Building for the 21st Century; member, board of regents, University of California; member, Committee to Rebuild the de Young Museum; member, board of directors, Apartment Industry Foundation; resident of Los Altos Hills.
Certified financial planner, Mayer, Moll & Associates, a financial planning and investment/insurance advisory firm; resident of Portola Valley.
Robert W. McIntyre
Senior vice president and chief financial officer, Trust for Public Land; board member, Environmental Volunteers, Palo Alto; resident of Palo Alto.
Robert H. Miller
Senior Council, Cooley law firm; extensive experience in federal and California income tax law and federal estate and gift tax law; lecturer in business law at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, Santa Clara University Law School and San Jose State University’s Business School; resident of Cupertino.
Gordon E. Moore, Ph.D.
Founder and chairman emeritus, Intel Corporation; co-founder, Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation; director, Gilead Sciences; member, National Academy of Engineering; chairman, board of trustees, California Institute of Technology; resident of Woodside.
Former member, The Garden Club of America National Legislative Affairs Committee; founding member, Hillsborough Beautification Foundation; founding member, San Mateo Parks and Recreation Foundation; resident of Hillsborough.
Susan P. Orr
Chairman, David and Lucile Packard Foundation; founder and president, Telosa Software; member, board of trustees: Stanford University, Lucile Packard Foundation for Children, the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, the Packard Humanities Institute and Monterey Bay Aquarium; resident of Stanford.
Paul O. Reimer
Civil engineer; president, Reimer Associates Infrastructure Engineering Firm; county vice-president, Bay Area Council; honorary trustee, Urban Land Institute; former board member, Coyote Point Museum; resident of Portola Valley.
Alexander H. Schilling, Jr.
President, Tangent Fund Management; president, Union Square Investment Company; president, Peninsula Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired; member, board of trustees, Woodside Priory School; member and officer, The Management Center; former chairman, Conard House; former member and officer, San Francisco Education Fund; resident of Woodside.
T. Chester Wang
Chairman, Pacific Rim Financial Corporation; partner, Acorn Venture Partners; chairman, board of directors, China Light Foundation; member, board of directors, Joint Venture Silicon Valley; member, board of directors, San Jose Economic Development Board; former member, board of directors, Santa Clara County Leadership Council; resident of Los Altos Hills.
Attorney; member, Portola Valley Planning Commission; general partner, Prydain Limited Partnership; member, Portola Valley Open Space Acquisition Committee; community volunteer; resident of Portola Valley.