2017-2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Lynna Do – President
Lynna Do has been an active member in the Junior League since 2004. She joined the Junior League of Oakland-East Bay in 2013 after transferring from the Junior League of San Francisco, and prior to that, the Junior League of Palo Alto Mid-Peninsula. Lynna has served as a State Public Affairs Delegate twice, representing Palo Alto Mid-Peninsula from 2008 to 2010 and representing Oakland-East Bay from 2014 to 2016. Lynna has also served on the Advocacy, Provisional (New Member), Child Abuse Prevention, Nominating, and Public Affairs Committees. Besides volunteering with the Junior League, Lynna is a member of the Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority’s International Governing Board and a member of the Alameda County Mental Health Board. When she’s not working and volunteering, she enjoys day trips with her fiancée’, which include good food and drinks.
AnnAlia Young – Executive Vice President
AnnAlia has been a member of the Junior League of Oakland-East Bay since 2012 and simply loves the League. As a member of JLOEB, AnnAlia gained wonderful training opportunities by serving in a variety of leadership positions such as: Done-in-a-Day Chair, Community Partner (Alameda Point Collaborative) Chair, Assistant Treasurer, and Acting Executive Vice President. While Done-in-a-Day Chair, she led the Build-a-room project for Building Futures for Women and Children’s domestic violence shelter. When she is not volunteering at JLOEB, P.E.O., Cantabella Children’s Chorus, or her church; she can be found working out, reading, or spending time with her family.
Rose Stubberfield – Secretary
Rose joined the Junior League of Oakland-East Bay in 2015. She is passionate about hands-on community involvement and has spent time in Project Research & Development identifying new community opportunities for the League. Outside of the League, she has volunteered for various organizations including the Boys and Girls Club of America and Habitat for Humanity. Rose is a graduate of AJLI’s Leadership Development Institute, a civic leadership program designed by the Association of Junior Leagues International. She is a National Charity League and Jack & Jill of America alumna, a lifetime member of the NAACP and a legacy member of the National Council of Negro Women. Most of Rose’s professional career has been spent in portfolio management. Rose resides in San Ramon with her dog Pepper. In her spare time, she is an avid reader, yogi, and a lover of the arts.
Julianne Averill – Sr. State and Public Affairs Committee (SPAC)
Julianne joined the Junior League of Oakland-East Bay (JLOEB) in 2013 after transferring from the Junior League of Fresno. She is currently JLOEB’s Senior State Public Affairs Advocate (SPAC), a role she has served in since 2016, and is JLOEB’s delegate to the Junior Leagues of California State Public Affairs Committee (CalSPAC). CalSPAC represents the advocacy efforts of 17 leagues and 10,000 women. In 2017, she received the CalSPAC “Rising Star” Award for her efforts to bring advocacy training and awareness to the East Bay community. During her League career, Julianne has also held various leadership positions such as Treasurer and currently serves as an At-Large Member of the Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI) Governance Committee. In the professional realm, Julianne is a Certified Public Accountant with over 14 years of financial leadership experience and currently serves as the Controller of Manifest MedEx, one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health information exchanges (HIEs), which supports physicians, nurses, hospitals and health plans in sharing critical health information to ensure that patients receive the safest, highest-quality care possible. In her spare time, she likes to spend time exercising with her 3 dogs and husband, as well as learning to cook new healthy recipes.
Sushma Narula – Nominating Chair
Kristina Gentleman – Sustainer Council Director
Kristina joined the Junior League in 2007 and is looking forward to her first year of Board service. Last year, Kristina chaired the Programs & Arrangements Committee and previously served as Chair of both the Placement and Historian Committees in her previous league. Over the last 10 years, Kristina has served on fundraising, community programs, communications and several ad hoc committees.
2017-2018 Management Team
Kerry Marsh – Ways & Means Council Director
Carolyn Haga – Community Programs Council Co-Director
Alexis Davidson – Community Programs Council Co-Director
Alexis joined the Junior League of Oakland East-Bay in 2013. Her leadership experience includes chairing the Community Project Committee and fostering a partnership between Junior League and Wardrobe for Opportunity. As a personal injury attorney, Alexis is also a member Consumer Attorneys of California and San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association. Alexis also serves as the chapter head for the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of Girls Pint Out, a non-profit organization whose mission is to build a community of women who love craft beer. When she isn’t volunteering or drinking craft beer, she enjoys cooking, traveling, and live music.
Clara Dellenbach – Marketing & Communications Council Director
Ashley Voyles – Placement Director
Ashley began her Junior League career in Sacramento in 2011 and transferred to the Junior League of Oakland-East Bay in 2013. Since arriving here she has held various roles on the membership side of the league including New Member Committee Chair. Last year she served an Area Adviser and is excited to join the Management Team as the Placement Director. When she is not volunteering you can find Ashley exploring the great outdoors with her husband and infant twins.
Leah Bianchi – Treasurer
Leah joined the Junior League of Oakland-East Bay (JLOEB) in 2017 after transferring from the Junior League of Houston. She is currently JLOEB’s incoming Treasurer effective 2017. Her placement in the Texas Junior League was with Texas Children’s Hospital where she worked in the Radio Lollipop in-house radio station for patients. Her professional experience includes over 9 years of various financial roles at Chevron and she currently works in Corp Financial Reporting. Leah is also a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Master’s in Accountancy from the University of Houston. In her spare time, she likes to spend time exploring the Bay area, traveling, hiking, and biking.
Anna Swanson – Assistant Treasurer
Anna Swanson has been a member of the Junior League of Oakland-East Bay (JLOEB) since 2016. She began her experience with JLOEB as a member of the Special Events Committee. Anna is a comedian and has been producing the Best of San Francisco Stand Up Comedy show since 2013, helping to raise over $30,000 for underprivileged children in NorCal. When Anna isn’t making people laugh or volunteering, she enjoys high intensity workouts, and hiking with her husband and their dog Mookie in the Contra Costa Open Spaces.