ADL (the Anti-Defamation League) Santa Barbara/Tri-Counties is proud to announce the induction of five new leaders to its Regional Board.
John Daly, a retired events industry veteran who founded “The Key Class” to teach life skills and etiquette to students from the eighth-grade level through college levels; Shannon Gaston, owner of Crushcakes & Café in Santa Barbara and founder of C2C (Crushcakes 2 Communities), which donates to local civil rights causes; Jill Goldworn, co-Founder/CRO of thefirstclub.com, a worldwide digital entertainment rewards platform, and member of the Board of Advisors for UCSB Customer Experience Program; Judi Koper, an attorney who serves on the Assessment Appeals Board and Civil Service Commission of Santa Barbara County; and Jeffrey Winter, a former hospital and health systems Chief Executive, Board Chairman of two home care organizations that also serve people with intellectual disabilities, and Board member for an Autism services organization; have all joined as ADL Regional Board Members.
This impressive group joins a roster of 29 other community leaders, led by recently elected Regional Board Chair, Mark Goldstein, a partner and intellectual property attorney with SoCal IP Law Group LLP.
Dan Meisel, ADL Santa Barbara/Tri-Counties Regional Director, shared, “This is the largest group of new board members we have inducted in my decade of involvement with the organization. We are tremendously proud of the group of change-makers selected to join our Board and look forward to their important input and guidance as we continue to expand our programs and work throughout the Tri-Counties.”