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Dr. JD Lopez

JD is a practicing Medical Hematologist/Oncologist at NorthBay Cancer Center.  Dr. Lopez is triple board certified in Internal Medicine, Hematology and Oncology.  He retired as a LtCol after 27 years of service in the US Air Force.  JD has  been married to Margret for 27 years and they have two college age sons.

Dr. JD Lopez, Chairman
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Dr. JD Lopez, Chairman

JD is a practicing Medical Hematologist/Oncologist at NorthBay Cancer Center.  Dr. Lopez is triple board certified in Internal Medicine, Hematology and Oncology.  He retired as a LtCol after 27 years of service in the US Air Force.  JD has  been married to Margret for 27 years and they have two college age sons.

Steve Wilkins, Director Emeritus
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Steve Wilkins, Director Emeritus

Steve Wilkins is a member of the Board of Directors of CASA of Solano County and is Past Chair of the CASA Board. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) advocate for youngsters in Foster Care. Steve has served on the CASA Board since 2005. Dr. Wilkins is a consultant in the field of Public Safety Systems. He and his wife Marybeth have lived in Vacaville since 1983. Steve is an active member of the Vacaville Sunrise Rotary Club. He served on the Vacaville Planning Commission for almost 14 years and was the Chairman for five terms. Steve served on the Vacaville City Council for six yearsDr. Wilkins served as the Chair for the Committee Supporting Measures I and M that were successfully passed by Vacaville voters in 2012. Steve is a retired California Highway Patrol Chief. He holds a Doctorate in Public Administration from the University of Southern California. He is also a graduate of the California Peace Officers Standards and Training, Command College focusing on Leadership and Strategic Planning.

Steve Wilkins, Director Emeritus
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Steve Wilkins, Director Emeritus

Steve Wilkins is a member of the Board of Directors of CASA of Solano County and is Past Chair of the CASA Board. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) advocate for youngsters in Foster Care. Steve has served on the CASA Board since 2005. Dr. Wilkins is a consultant in the field of Public Safety Systems. He and his wife Marybeth have lived in Vacaville since 1983. Steve is an active member of the Vacaville Sunrise Rotary Club. He served on the Vacaville Planning Commission for almost 14 years and was the Chairman for five terms. Steve served on the Vacaville City Council for six yearsDr. Wilkins served as the Chair for the Committee Supporting Measures I and M that were successfully passed by Vacaville voters in 2012. Steve is a retired California Highway Patrol Chief. He holds a Doctorate in Public Administration from the University of Southern California. He is also a graduate of the California Peace Officers Standards and Training, Command College focusing on Leadership and Strategic Planning.

Brandi Palomo Vice Chair/Treasurer
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Brandi Palomo Vice Chair/Treasurer

Brandi Palomo Vice Chair/Treasurer
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Brandi Palomo Vice Chair/Treasurer

Sarah MacCaughey
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Sarah MacCaughey, Secretary

I’ve been a resident of Solano County for 39 years and have worked for the Superior Court of California, County of Solano for 20 years. As the Operations Manager over Civil, Family Law & Adoption, Probate, Juvenile and Family Court Services, I work on several different collaborative groups in an effort to better serve the public and most important the children of Solano County. As a member of the board, we advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children within the court system. I strive to speak up for the needs of children to ensure they grow up in a safe and secure home.

Sara MacCaughey, Secretary
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Sarah MacCaughey, Secretary

I’ve been a resident of Solano County for 39 years and have worked for the Superior Court of California, County of Solano for 20 years. As the Operations Manager over Civil, Family Law & Adoption, Probate, Juvenile and Family Court Services, I work on several different collaborative groups in an effort to better serve the public and most important the children of Solano County. As a member of the board, we advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children within the court system. I strive to speak up for the needs of children to ensure they grow up in a safe and secure home.

Kelly Hanson
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Kelly Hanson

Kelley Hanson, Executive Director of Pace Solano, graduated with a BA in Economics from the University of California, Davis. Following college, Kelley became a Buyer for the Emporium in the Young Men’s Department. She left the Emporium in 1992 to join Levi Strauss & Co. where she became the Business Planning Manager of the Men’s Jeans and Women’s Teleservices Divisions.

In 2003, Kelley was recruited to be the Operations Manager for Connections for Life, a non-profit agency providing living services for individuals with developmental disabilitiesIn this role, she was also responsible for the total operation of Transportation Connections, a transportation service that scheduled transportation to and from day programs for nearly 1200 developmentally disabled adults in Napa, Solano, and Sonoma Counties. Kelley is the second generation in her family to enter the social services field. In 1987, her mother, Carolyn Dillard, founded Pace (Positive Approach to Consumer Education), a non-profit providing training, education, and work opportunities to individuals with developmental disabilities. Pace merged with USARC, a Fairfield non-profit providing similar services, and is known as Pace Solano today.

In 2006, Kelley became the Chief Financial Officer of Pace Solano where she transitioned into the role of Executive Director in 2007. Pace Solano has an annual budget of nearly $9 million and provides support services and transportation to over 400 individuals at 7 program sites through-out Solano County. Pace is one of the largest employers in Solano County with approximately 200 staff and has been in business for nearly 60 years.

Kelley resides in Vacaville with her husband John and their two children.

Kelly Hanson
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Kelly Hanson

Kelley Hanson, Executive Director of Pace Solano, graduated with a BA in Economics from the University of California, Davis. Following college, Kelley became a Buyer for the Emporium in the Young Men’s Department. She left the Emporium in 1992 to join Levi Strauss & Co. where she became the Business Planning Manager of the Men’s Jeans and Women’s Teleservices Divisions.

In 2003, Kelley was recruited to be the Operations Manager for Connections for Life, a non-profit agency providing living services for individuals with developmental disabilitiesIn this role, she was also responsible for the total operation of Transportation Connections, a transportation service that scheduled transportation to and from day programs for nearly 1200 developmentally disabled adults in Napa, Solano, and Sonoma Counties. Kelley is the second generation in her family to enter the social services field. In 1987, her mother, Carolyn Dillard, founded Pace (Positive Approach to Consumer Education), a non-profit providing training, education, and work opportunities to individuals with developmental disabilities. Pace merged with USARC, a Fairfield non-profit providing similar services, and is known as Pace Solano today.

In 2006, Kelley became the Chief Financial Officer of Pace Solano where she transitioned into the role of Executive Director in 2007. Pace Solano has an annual budget of nearly $9 million and provides support services and transportation to over 400 individuals at 7 program sites through-out Solano County. Pace is one of the largest employers in Solano County with approximately 200 staff and has been in business for nearly 60 years.

Kelley resides in Vacaville with her husband John and their two children.

Sarah MacCaughey
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Julia Lopez

Julia Lopez
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Julia Lopez

Shelley Tappin
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Shelley Tappin

Shelley Tappin
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Shelley Tappin

Darrell Doi
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Darrell Doi

Darrell Doi
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Darrell Doi

Ryan Pasco
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Ryan Pasco

Ryan Pasco
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Ryan Pasco

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