Meet Our Staff

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NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Board of Directors of Senior Coastsiders is pleased to introduce
Sandra Winter, PhD, MHA

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Sandi lives in Moss Beach, with her husband, Trevor, and has been a board member with Senior Coastsiders since 2014. Sandi was raised in South Africa. She earned her Masters in Health Administration and PhD in Public Administration from the University of Kentucky.

For the past four years Sandi has been the Director of the WELL for Life research program at the Stanford Prevention Research Center, Stanford University School of Medicine. Well for Life is a program designed to improve health and well-being in the population and has over 19,000 participants in four sites globally. As a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford, Sandi’s work in the Healthy Aging Research and Technology Solutions lab focused on the use of technology to promote physical activity among older adults, and the development of an approach that empowers older adults to improve their neighborhood environments to better support health and well-being.

Sandi begins her tenure on April 1, 2019. A welcome reception for Sandi will be announced when plans are finalized.



CARA SCHMALJOHN
Executive Director

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HOPE ATMORE
Program Manager

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TRACEY GOULD
Care Manager

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KIM OLIVARES
Administrative Assistant

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MANUEL OROZCO
Chef

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JUDY MATIENZO
Office Assistant

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CARLA-RUTH MORGAN
Thrift Store Manager

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MOLLY DUFF
Assistant Thrift Store Manager

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JOSE DESOUSA
Nutrition Assistant

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EDNA MARTINEZ
Nutrition Assistant

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MEET OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

We have a wonderful active Board of Directors. Find out more about them and check out their photos. If you see them out and about on the coast, say hello and ask them about Senior Coastsiders! Just click here.


VISIT US!

Senior Coastsiders continues to focus on providing programs and services for all seniors 55 and over and adults with disabilities.  The organization also serves as a resource for the entire local community for information on aging, support of caregivers, and development of innovative approaches to address issues of aging. We moved to our new space in April 2014 and we are serving more people than ever before. Please stop by and say hello!

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