Bruce Wright, CPA
Bruce Wright received a BA in Business Administration from San Francisco State University and his CPA license in 1984. He joined Good & Fowler in 1978, and has been a partner since 1986.
Bruce has been a member of the South San Francisco Rotary Club since 1991, and has served on the boards of multiple nonprofit organizations, including South San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, CuriOdyssey, Vallemar PTO, and Rotary Plaza (181 unit low-income senior housing project). He was a Boys & Girls Clubs of North San Mateo County board member from 1992-1994, and returned to the board in 2013. He has been the Club’s Board Chair since 2014.
What excites Bruce about working with the Club is the chance to make a difference in the community serving youth and giving them opportunities they may not have the chance to get elsewhere. Plus, he says the staff and board are really fun to work with!
Director of Field Operations, Comcast Corporation
Marc Colombo is a long-time resident of South San Francisco, and was a member of the Orange Park Clubhouse during his youth. He’s been in the telecommunications industry for 30 years, and is currently the Senior Director of Field Operations for Comcast’s California Region, overseeing more than 2,500 employees and business partners. He is also the partner of iPrivè, a popular modern sushi restaurant in Burlingame.
Marc has been married for four years to his wife Susan, and is the proud father of a 17-month old daughter. He loves giving back to the community and is especially happy to be a part of the Boys & Girls Clubs of North San Mateo County.
Grant Lautz, CPA
Grant Lautz received a BA in Economics with a minor in Accounting from the University of California at Los Angeles and his CPA license in 2010. He joined Good & Fowler in 2014 and works primarily with nonprofit and government audits, with over 8 years of experience in public accounting.
Born and raised in the East Bay, Grant returned to the Bay Area in 2012 and currently lives in San Bruno. He has served on several nonprofit Boards before joining Boys & Girls Club of North San Mateo, and looks forward to serving on the Board to help foster a community where all students have a safe, healthy and supportive learning environment.
Chief Executive Officer, Torani
Melanie Dulbecco’s mantra is “Grow, baby, grow!” That’s what she’s done for over 20 years as Torani’s first outside CEO. Torani, the family-owned maker of café flavors and creative beverage products, has averaged 25% year-over-year revenue growth in the last two decades, and expanded distribution across the U.S. and to more than 50 countries. Unconventional in approach, Melanie and the Torani team blend small company agility with robust strategic methodologies for breakthrough innovation and growth. Their focus is on building a lasting business with a palpable company culture, strong partnerships, and “wow” products.
And whether it’s joining Torani’s flash mob at San Francisco’s North Beach Parade, or creating random acts of flavor in the office or the community, she’s all in. Melanie loves that the company’s products help people to connect, and believes creating drinks with Torani products gives the world a reason to share a moment of joy with family and friends.
Melanie is a graduate of UC Berkeley and the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and lives in San Francisco. She’s especially proud of her daughter, Sammy, who has just begun teaching elementary school.
Medical Group Administrator, Kaiser Permanente
Martha Gilmore received her MBA from Stanford University. She began her career with Kaiser Permanente as Assistant Medical Group Administrator in San Diego, and has worked as a Medical Group Administrator at Kaiser South San Francisco since 2007.
An avid sports lover, Martha lives in Burlingame. She has served on the Board of Directors of Boys & Girls Clubs of North San Mateo County since 2007.
Controller and Risk Manager, Wilson Meany
Alberto Medina is currently the Controller and a Senior Vice President with Wilson Meany L.P., a regional real estate development and property management firm. Mr. Medina has over 25 years of experience in the real estate industry where his focus is on finance and risk management. Prior to joining the Wilson family of companies; he worked at the Swig Company, Hollis & Associates, and Diversified Investment and Management Company. He is the Co-Chair of the Capital Markets Committee of the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) San Francisco Regional Council, a member of San Francisco Planning and Urban Research (SPUR), and a Board candidate for Latinos in Finance.
Mr. Medina received an AB in Quantitative Economics from Stanford University. He later earned an MBA from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. His personal interests range from international/independent cinema to professional boxing. He is proud to call the Peninsula his home, where he lives with his wife and two children.
Marilyn Richardson has been a board member of Boys & Girls Clubs of North San Mateo County since 2011. She received her BA in 1971 from College of City of New York, and her M.A. in 1973 from University of Wisconsin, Madison. She taught history at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, OH.
Married with one child, Marilyn retired from a career in sales in 2009. She is currently the Membership Vice President and on the Board of Directors for the Pacifica Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW). She is also an active member of the Pacifica Historical Society and has delivered for Meals on Wheels in Pacifica since 2009.
Gary Simms retired from Kaiser Hospital South San Francisco as the Support Services Administrator in October 2015. During Gary’s time at Kaiser he was responsible for all the non-clinical ancillary departments in the hospital including Engineering, Environmental Services, Security, etc. He oversaw construction and maintenance projects for the facility and campus.
Prior to joining Kaiser in 2010 Gary held numerous positions in Daughters of Charity and Catholic Healthcare West hospitals from 1987 through 2009. Gary joined Seton Medical Center in 1987 as the first Executive Director of the San Francisco Heart Institute. Following that role he held positions in Facilities Management and Physician Relations. His most recent position at Seton Medical Center was as the Director of Facilities and Physician Relations.
Prior to hospital administration Gary worked for the American Heart Association cumulating as Executive Vice President, California Affiliate.
As a community member Gary currently sits on the Skyline College President’s Council Breakfast Committee and is the Chairman of the Advisory Council for RotaCare, Daly City.
Gary holds a BA in Public Administration from San Diego State University and a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Southern California.