Michael Tabb – MCCDC Board President
Michael is a longtime resident of Marin City. He has over 20 years of experience as a Certified Court-appointed anger management and domestic violence facilitator, and is a teacher of parenting classes throughout the Bay Area. He has served on the Board of the Oak Hill School for autistic youth, and is a community connector with the Marin City Community Services District (MCCSD). As a former Employment Specialist, Michael has taught vocation counseling. He has been a successful therapeutic foster parent for 19 children; several of his foster children have “adopted” him and see him as “Dad.” Michael founded Facilitating Change in 2013. Facilitating Change is a certified parenting educational agency, providing services in Oakland and Marin County. His background is a tremendous asset to the workforce development services of MCCDC!
Raphael Durr – MCCDC Board Vice-President
Raphael has been a Marin County resident for over 15 years. He served as the Marin City Community Service District (MCCSD) General Manager for over four years. He is currently a commissioner for the Marin County Human Rights Commission where he has served for 10 years; the Marin County Park and Open Spaces Commission; the Marin County Equal Employment Advisory Committee (EEAC) Group, and the Marin City Martin Luther King Jr. Coalition. For eight years, he has been a Board Member with the Center for Judicial Excellence, and was recently appointed to the Marin City Health and Wellness Clinic Board. Raphael is the proud father of 10 children.
Marilyn Mackel, J.D. – MCCDC Board Secretary
Marilyn retired and relocated to Marin City from Los Angeles in 2012. She finds in Marin City a beloved community, and is committed to the work of the MCCDC. Marilyn serves on several boards that honor the well-being of children and families. She is a retired Los Angeles Superior Court commissioner, and a retired law and university professor.
Robert Hendry – MCCDC Board Treasurer
Bob, now retired, brings over 37 years of international experience as a top Administrator and Financial Manager for the General Motors Corporation to our MCCDC Board of Directors. He was formerly a Vice-President of General Motors. A resident of Mill Valley since 2001, and a Rotary Club of Tiburon Sunset Member, Bob has experience participating in and chairing several corporate boards and in guiding them to be more productive and accountable. Bob holds a B.A. from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Business and Finance, and M.B.A. from Michigan State University.
Juanita Edwards – Board Member
Juanita was raised in Marin City. Her maternal grandparents migrated here from Louisiana during World War II and worked in the Marin shipyards. She works for the YMCA as a restorative justice coordinator, and for the Marin City Community Services District as a community connector. She feels blessed to work in a community that she cares about and that has supported her throughout the years.
Melanie Hamburger – Board Member
Melanie is Director of Development for the Marin City Health and Wellness Center. Driven by persistent injustices towards Black Americans, she is passionate about spending her time and fundraising expertise on equity for African American families. Melanie is committed to work that eliminates racism, poverty and social determinants of health for residents of Marin City. A fundraiser for over 20 years, her career spans corporate finance and marketing. Previously, she founded Catalytic Women, a network of 2,000 women leaders in business and philanthropy, recognizing the important role that women play in social change. She and her two teens live in Mill Valley.
Florence Williams – Board Member
Florence, a longtime resident of Marin City, and mother of two adult sons who also reside in Marin County, has served on the MCCDC board for over 25 years and candidly states: “I ain’t tired yet!” She currently has served 15 consecutive years on the MCCDC Board and served as Board President from 2004-2014. Florence taught high school in the San Francisco Unified School District for 35 years and currently serves on the boards of two college prep programs in Marin City. She is dedicated to the mission of MCCDC and works hard to keep it moving forward. Her ongoing philosophy is: “Yes we can, with the help of God!”
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