Mercedes Guerrero-Tune embody a broad and rich international perspective based on her experience with diverse populations in Mexico and the USA. Mercedes holds a Teaching Credential by the ENUF, specialization in Environmental and Health Education, and a certification on Psychological Aid for Migrants, Refugees and Displaced Populations, by UC Berkeley. Mercedes is a fellow of the 2015 National Leadership Academy for Women of Color: 2016 fellow of Lead Up! WOC National Academy.

Pablo Lopez graduated in 2020 with a BA on Arts, Political Science, with Honors in the Major, Minor in Chicano/Chicana Studies Cum Laude. Pablo was the Student Board Representative at Summerville Board and received several awards for his participation at State Debates representing Columbia College. He currently works with Tuolumne County Public Health as a Program Specialist. His community building skills and deep understanding of cultural dynamics and technology are invaluable.

Cody Green (he/him), 31-year-old, Doctor of Pharmacy candidate, husband, and father of three wonderful girls. I was born in Tuolumne County and my participation with ConAmor comes with a sense of pride as we work collectively to develop a more inclusive and responsible community that we all call home, both for ourselves and for future generations.

Barbara Balen is a long-term resident of Tuolumne County. Currently serving a third term as a director on the Tuolumne Utilities District board. Retired career Forest Service – cultural and natural resources management, NEPA, Tribal relations program, and retired Calaveras District Archaeologist at USDA Forest Service. 

Gary Lee Tune holds a BA in English from CSU, he worked in advertisement for over 20 years with the Mendocino Beacon and The Union Democrat. Currently retired, his advertisement, entrepreneurial skills, and deep roots in Tuolumne County are essential for the organization.

Greg Robbins was born in Tuolumne County, moved to the Bay Area and worked for the US Postal Office for 30 years. He was a Marin County Postmaster. Greg is currently retired and enjoys being back in Tuolumne County. His management and organizational skills support the development of the organization.

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