BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

OFFICERS

Tony Principe, Chairman of the Board of Directors

 Tony and Jennifer Principe at   Exposed: The Female Lens in a Post-Identity Era?   Opening Reception.

Tony and Jennifer Principe at Exposed: The Female Lens in a Post-Identity Era? Opening Reception.

Tony has been a resident of Thousand Oaks since 1966 and has been actively involved with non-profits as well as coaching youth sports for the past 30 years. These organizations include Rotary Club- Thousand Oaks- serving as a counselor and speaker at RYLA- Rotary Youth Leadership Awards 2001-2013, American Heart Association- Ventura County Chapter serving as President, Chair of the Board and Treasurer 1989-2002, Braille Institute Special Olympics- Coaching Chair 1988-2005 and Optimist Club of Conejo Valley – President and Board Member 1986-2001. 

Tony is President of Westcord Commercial Real Estate Services, Ventura County’s oldest Commercial Real Estate Firm and Managing Partner of TR Funding, a real estate development firm established in 1994. Tony has been married to his wife Jennifer since 1994 and  has two boys, Jeremy and Drew.

 CMATO Board Members Pat Brubaker, Tony Principe and Nancy Chappell at  J ack Reilly Balancing Act     Opening Reception.

CMATO Board Members Pat Brubaker, Tony Principe and Nancy Chappell at Jack Reilly Balancing Act Opening Reception.

Nancy Chappell, Vice Chair

Nancy Chappell is a financial advisor with Fidelity in Thousand Oaks, CA.  Prior to becoming a financial advisor and returning to her hometown of Thousand Oaks, Nancy was a traveler, teacher and small business owner.  In addition to starting and building a successful after school math and reading center while living in Springfield, Missouri, her varied experience includes positions at the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, D.C., the State of Hawaii Department of Defense, and teaching at both U.S. and overseas schools.  Nancy has always been actively involved in her community.  While part of a diplomatic community in the Ivory Coast, she developed and ran a summer camp for expatriate kids.  As a board member of an international school in Honduras, she helped oversee design and construction of a new school building.  She has served on the boards of several children’s social service organizations, and is currently a board member of the Annapolis Parents Club of Southern California, the Red Door Vineyard and the advocacy group, Not One More. Nancy graduated from Westlake High School. She earned a bachelor of science from the University of California, San Diego, and a master’s degree at Old Dominion University in Virginia. Nancy’s interests include backpacking (she hiked 93 miles of the John Muir Trail with her oldest son) and encaustic painting, an ancient technique using beeswax, resin and pigment.

 Len and Judy Linton with friends Dick and Jane Rush at CMATO Opening

Len and Judy Linton with friends Dick and Jane Rush at CMATO Opening

Len Linton, Treasurer

Chief Finance, Administration and Corporate Development Officer of ViaSource Solutions. Headquartered in Thousand Oaks CA. ViaSource Solutions is the contact center of choice for 24/7 onshore and nearshore contact center services.  Len brings diverse experience from several industries: call center contact management, banking/financial services, manufacturing and information technology. He has skills in general management, program management, project planning, organizational development, finance, accounting, talent acquisition, also knows about banking and risk management from 8 years as a founder and active Board member of a community bank.

Len was the President(Board Chair) at New West Symphony (2007-2010), past President at Rotary Club of Westlake Village Sunrise (1986-2000), past President (Board Chair) at the Wellness Community -Valley of Ventura, California. Len earned received his MBA from Michigan State University - The Eli Broad Graduate School of Management and he earned his BS in Math, Physics and Economics from Saint Lawrence University.

Len's interests include gastronomy, oenology, dogs (especially Rhodesian Ridgebacks), friends, symphonic music, skiing and boating. Len is married to Judy Linton, Cultural Affairs Commissioner for the City of Thousand Oaks.

 Margaret Fieweger with CSUCI Professor and Artist Jasmine Delgado and her students at VIP Opening for  Mass Appeal: The Art of Corita Kent . All guests received Corita inspired totes and had the opportunity to try screen printing for themselves.

Margaret Fieweger with CSUCI Professor and Artist Jasmine Delgado and her students at VIP Opening for Mass Appeal: The Art of Corita Kent. All guests received Corita inspired totes and had the opportunity to try screen printing for themselves.

Margaret Fieweger, PhD, Secretary

Margaret Fieweger, PhD, is emerita administrator from California State University Northridge (CSUN). Her administrative career also includes Department Chair of Communication Studies, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, and Associate Academic Vice President for California State University Los Angeles (CSULA). Margaret served as Administrative Fellow of the California State University and served on university accreditation teams for the Western Association of Schools and Universities.

A trustee of the Conejo Las Virgenes Future Foundation since 1995, Margaret co-chaired Senior Congresses and chaired the Task Force on Housing the Visual Arts, which became the California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks. Margaret has been a caregiver and communication trainer for Hospice of Conejo, and served on the 


BOARD MEMBERS

Pat Brubaker, CMATO Historian

Daniel Crosby

Richard T. Johnson

Susan Kelly

Albert "Bud" Marley, EdD       

Darlene McBane

Larry Janss

Richard Reitzell

Frank Schillo

Mike Yee (2008 - 2017)

 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Diane Milavetz, Finance