SSFUSD Superintendent and Elementary School Principals Visit the Club

Boys & Girls Clubs of North San Mateo County staff hosted South San Francisco Unified School District’s leadership and elementary school principals at a working lunch to discuss the ways that we can continue to strengthen our partnership. Participants included Dr. Shawnterra Moore, SSFUSD Superintendent; Mr. Michael Krause, SSFUSD Assistant Superintendent; Ms. Kennalyn Celeste, Los Cerritos Elementary School Principal; Ms. Julie Erskine, Ponderosa Elementary School Principal; and Ms. Shelby Biddy, Sunshine Gardens Elementary School. Principal.

The Club is incredibly grateful for the District’s support, and we look forward to deepening our partnership to continue serving the students of South San Francisco!

 

Sign Up for eScrip and Support the Club!

Now you can support the Club through your everyday purchases! Starting on April 1st, Save Mart, Lucky and Food Maxx are partnering with eScrip. Up to 3% of all eligible purchases will be donated to Boys & Girls Clubs of North San Mateo County to support the 2,600 kids we serve every year.

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To register, click here and complete the sign-up form on the eScrip website. Don’t forget to select Boys & Girls Club – North San Mateo as the recipient of your donFollow the link the sign up for eScrip and take part!

The Club Welcomes our New CEO, Aubrey Merriman!

Boys & Girls Clubs of North San Mateo County is very pleased and excited to announce the appointment of Aubrey Merriman as their new Chief Executive Officer. Aubrey is a proven leader who is known for his compassion, vision and significant accomplishments. Aubrey brings to the Club a wealth of skills and expertise gained over the course of an exemplary career in nonprofit management, as well as demonstrated passion for the Boys & Girls Clubs Movement, borne out of his upbringing as a Club kid and former Youth of the Year.

“Aubrey embodies many of the qualities that will help take the Club to the next level– he’s collaborative and listens well, he can mentor, inspire, and he’s well-respected. We are confident that Aubrey will be an excellent spokesman and relationship-builder for the Club–a great ‘face’ for the organization in the community.” — Bruce Wright, Board Chair, Boys & Girls Clubs of North San Mateo County

Before his appointment of Chief Executive Officer, Aubrey was the Executive Director of Summer Search Silicon Valley from 2013-2015. Prior to this role, Aubrey spent over twelve years with Special Olympics Northern California. Aubrey was one of 15 researchers from throughout the country selected to attend the prestigious Community Fellows Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Aubrey later moved to the Bay Area and accepted the Executive Director’s position with Camp Fire in 1999. In 2001, Aubrey accepted the position as the Silicon Valley Regional Vice President for Special Olympics Northern California and Nevada. Aubrey worked his way up to Chief Development Officer managing local vision, field offices, resource development programs and initiatives throughout Northern California and Nevada.

Aubrey graduated summa cum laude from Hawaii Pacific University with a BA in psychology and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Hawaii with an MSW.

Motivated by a deep commitment to the transformation that happens in the lives of young people through the Boys & Girls Club experience, Aubrey has built his career around helping others. Aubrey’s role in leading the Club is grounded in the belief that everyone has unique potential, and our call is to help one another find it. Aubrey appreciates that this work of inspiring and igniting young people to step into their most full potential is best served by challenging himself and the staff to do the same.

“My passion for supporting young people to reach their highest potential is informed by my personal experience with the Boys & Girls Clubs’ youth development programs that transformed my own adolescence. It is a privilege and a pleasure to return to the Club.” — Aubrey Merriman