Rayanna graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in Communication and a minor in Photography. She has been in the travel industry since 1986, working at the Los Angeles Olympics, US Airways/American Airlines, National Car Rental, and The Pointe Resorts. She grew up on the central coast, moving back, to Santa Barbara in 1988. She and her husband currently run a travel planning company. She credits the beginning of her philanthropic passion to her affiliation with her sorority, Delta, Delata, Delata, at ASU. She has been active on educational foundations and K-12 PTSA’s, holding many board positions, including President and also volunteering with the Girl Scouts and AYSO.
Martha has worked in the non-profit sector for her entire professional career. Originally specializing in marketing and communications, she has had the pleasure of working at major cultural institutions on both coasts, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Yale Center for British Art, and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. As her career developed, she moved into fundraising as the Associate Director of Alumni Relations at Laguna Blanca School. Since 2011 she has been the Director of Development for CAMA, a classical music presenting organization based in Santa Barbara. She holds a B.A. in art history, cum laude, from Bates College. She has served on the board of the Goleta Valley Girls Softball Association for five years and is currently President of GVGSA.
Roger was first elected to Goleta City Council in 2006 and was reelected in 2010. He served as mayor in 2009 and again in 2012. Roger worked in law enforcement for over 32 years and retired in May of 2007. He began his career in the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department and finished his law enforcement career at the Police Department for the City of Santa Barbara. Aceves is a graduate of the prestigious Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. He served as El Presidente for Old Spanish Days in Santa Barbara in 2001, and is a former Governor's appointee to the board of the 19th Agricultural District that runs Earl Warren Showgrounds. He served as President of the Board for four years. He has also been active in many nonprofit organizations and is currently serving on the board of the Santa Barbara Scholarship Foundation.
Mark graduated from Santa Barbara City College in 1981 and studied mechanical engineering at UCSB. He has worked as an engineer, manufacturing engineer, and supervisor in the Goleta Valley for 36 years at two engineering companies, Pneu Devices and OrbitalATK. He and his wife, Diane, both graduated from Dos Pueblos in 1978 and 1980 respectively, as did their sons Michael and Matthew in 2007 and 2010. Mark grew up on the Dos Pueblos campus. His father was an electronics teacher from 1967 to 1997 and was also a well-respected and successful coach for track and cross country for 30 years. In 2003, Mark started to take care of the famous DP Helmet Car which started his current involvement in numerous behind the scenes projects at the DP.
Bill Woodard is in his first year as Principal of Dos Pueblos High School. Prior to his appointment as Principal, Bill served as Assistant Principal of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment at Dos Pueblos High School. Prior to that, he was an English teacher at DPHS for 7 years. Prior to moving to the Santa Barbara area, Bill was an English teacher at Glen A. Wilson High School in Hacienda Heights and worked as a reporter/copy editor for the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. Bill graduated from UCLA with a BA in English/American Studies and received his teaching credential from Azusa Pacific University.