Cheryl Walter has over 30 years experience in various aspects of nonprofit management. Her background includes fundraising, board development, finance and accounting, and administration.
After 14 years with public television, her career followed a healthcare course with positions at a community health center, the county public health department, and with On-Site Dental Care Foundation.
Kevin Hutchcroft has almost thirty years of professional experience in the public health and public policy fields, currently serving as San Francisco’s Coordinator for the AIDS Drug Assistance Program and also served as co-chair the San Francisco HIV Health Care Reform Task Force (2012-2014). As Clinical Research Manager for Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, Kevin helped administer the first human clinical trial of embryonic stem-cell therapy to treat subacute spinal cord injury.
Kathy Wells came to the Onsite Dental Care Foundation board after 25 years as a Deputy District Attorney. Kathy’s interest in the homeless and the population served by the foundation lead her to become one of the founding board members.
Kathy wanted to continue her passion of helping others in a tangible way, seeing how someone’s life can be changed by oral health improvements.
Barbara M. Camarena
Barbara Camarena joined the board of On Site Foundation after retiring from a legal career spanning thirty five years. She was in private practice as a criminal defense attorney for ten years, including time spent administering the county Conflicts panel, taught at Peninsula Law School for ten years, and was an attorney with Santa Clara County for twenty five years.
Andrea Trudelle is a Director of World Wide Benefits, at NVIDIA Corporation specializing in Benefit Strategy, Design, Implementations and Communications. She engages employees through Fresh and Succinct communications and innovative benefit programs. She brings her experience in employee communications and branding to significantly improve the employee experience with understanding their benefit offering.
Steve Miller is the Sr. Principal Engineer and Director of Storage Architecture for Intel’s Data Center Group. Steve and his team are responsible for identifying trends and technologies across the datacenter related to storage and driving innovation into Data Center Products. Prior to joining Intel, Steve spent 10 years at NetApp as the Sr. Technical Director for storage systems. In this role Steve was responsible for storage system architecture, hardware innovation and silicon vendor technical relationships. Steve was responsible for creating the flash cache product, the first use of flash in enterprise storage systems.