The Arc of San Diego Announces New Board of Directors
SAN DIEGO, CALIF. – The Arc of San Diego, one of the county’s largest nonprofits serving people with disabilities, announced its new Board of Directors for 2022-2023 at its 2022 Virtual Annual Meeting and Recognition Celebration on Friday, June 10, 2022.
The Board of Directors plays an integral role in governing and guiding The Arc of San Diego’s mission of supporting and empowering people with disabilities to achieve their life goals. The Board members’ unwavering dedication and commitment allow The Arc of San Diego to operate at its fullest potential providing the best essential life services.
“It is with great appreciation that we recognize our new Board of Directors. These extraordinary individuals embody and carry out our mission: ensuring that all San Diegans with disabilities have access to the necessary services and support they need to live their most independent and fulfilling lives,” said Anthony J. DeSalis, President & CEO of The Arc of San Diego.
The Arc of San Diego is proud to announce the new Board of Directors and appreciates their commitment to serving individuals with disabilities.
The Arc of San Diego
2022-2023 Board of Directors
Board Chair: Esther Coit – resident of Carmel Valley
Secretary: Dwight Stratton – resident of Vista
Treasurer: Lily Fallah – resident of Mission Valley
Members at Large:
Dr. Judy Adams – resident of Escondido
Tia Cassett – resident of Carmel Valley
Vickie Lawrence – resident of San Diego
Ed Plank – resident of San Diego
Leslie Presutti – resident of Scripps Ranch
Eric Hanson, San Diego City Chapter – resident of Rancho Penasquitos
Doug Hoehn, East County Chapter – resident of Santee
Julie Lyon, North County Chapter – resident of Escondido
Lupita Ruiz de Chavez, South Bay Chapter – resident of Ocean Beach
About The Arc of San Diego
The Arc of San Diego is one of the largest, most comprehensive service providers for people with disabilities in San Diego County, serving over 2,000 children and adults with disabilities such as autism, cerebral palsy, and Down syndrome each year. For more information on The Arc of San Diego, please visit www.arc-sd.com. Join The Arc of San Diego’s social media community on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheArcSanDiego, Twitter at www.twitter.com/TheArcSanDiego, and Instagram at www.instagram.com/thearcsandiego.