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Mission High School
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San Francisco, CA 94114



Judy Grossman, Board President

Judy Grossman was the Co-founder of ASAP in 2004 and served as the Volunteer Interim Executive Director of ASAP through June of 2010. She has served as Chair of the ASAP Board since October of 2010. Judy has a B.S. in Business Administration and attended San Francisco public schools.

Virginia Woolworth , Board Vice-President

Virginia Woolworth is a Senior Consultant at Dalberg Global Development Advisors, an international development consulting firm located in San Francisco. She recently received her MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and she began her collaboration with ASAP as a volunteer and mentor.

Roy Bukstein, Board Treasurer

Roy Bukstein is a CPA with over 30 years of experience in corporate and personal financial planning. In 1998 Roy started his own accounting firm with a primary focus on individuals and the issues they faced regarding stock options. In 1995 Roy became CFO of MMM Management, a family office in San Francisco.

Virginia Lopez, Board Secretary

Virginia Lopez has been involved in education since receiving her Masters degree in Early Childhood Education from New York University. She is the President of the Virginia Lopez Foundation which supports primarily inner city educational programs throughout the US and Canada.

Annette Carnegie, Board Member

Annette Carnegie was born in England and graduated from Harvard College with a degree in English and American Literature and received a law degree from Harvard Law School in 1983. Ms. Carnegie has served as Senior Counsel managing complex litigation for Kaiser Foundation Health Plan since 2008.

Sarah Dey Burton , Board Member

Sarah Dey Burton is the global practice area director of Bain & Company’s customer strategy & marketing practice. She graduated from the University of London, London School of Economics with a Master’s of Science and holds a Bachelor of Science with distinction from McGill University in Montreal, Canada.

Bevan Dufty, Board Member

Bevan Dufty served as a San Francisco Supervisor for District 8 (which includes Mission High School) from December 2002 through January, 2011. Currently, he serves as the Mayor of San Francisco’s Director of Housing Opportunity, Partnerships and Engagement (HOPE).

Terence Li, Board Member

Terence Li is a 3rd grade teacher at San Francisco Unified School District’s Chinese Education Center. He is an alumnus of ASAP and graduated from Mission High School in 2008. He obtained joint degrees in Human Biology and Chinese at Stanford University in 2012, and his M.A. in Education from Stanford the following year.

Bruce Fisher, Board Member

Bruce retired in June 2014 after 26 years as Executive Director of Huckleberry Youth Programs in San Francisco and now is a consultant to the agency. He is a graduate of University of Washington, earning his BA in History, followed by a JD at Harvard Law School. Bruce was also the Co-Founder of the San Francisco Human Services Network.

Frank Mainzer, Board Member

Frank Mainzer is currently Clinical Professor of Radiology at UCSF Medical Center training post-doctoral fellows. He has been actively involved the in the mentoring program of ASAP at Mission High School. He was formerly on the boards of the UCSF Foundation and San Francisco Art Institute.

Madonna Stancil, Board Member

Ms. Stancil is the mother of two alumni of ASAP and two current ASAP students. She is the Director of Bright Horizons Preschool in San Francisco. Mrs. Stancil received her B.A. from San Francisco State in Education, and recently received her Master’s Degree in Education.

Liz Steyer, Board Member

Ms. Steyer joined ASAP as the Executive Director in July 2010. She holds a B.A. in Human Biology and a J.D. both from Stanford University. She has been an advocate for at-risk children and youth in the Bay Area for over 24 years and serves on the boards of the Giants Community Fund and the John Gardner Fellowship Association.

Mario Paz , Board Member

Mario Paz is the Executive Director of the Good Samaritan Family Resource Center in San Francisco and has been a passionate public service leader and advocate for children, youth, families and communities for more than 20 years. Mario holds an MA in public administration from CSEB and a BA in Political Science from Golden Gate University.

Arnold Zelaya, Board Member

Arnold Zelaya is currently the Dean of Students at Mission High School, a position that he has held since 2005. He is also the school’s Varsity Basketball coach. A San Francisco native, Zelaya is dedicated to helping Mission High students perform at their best athletically and academically.