BOARD OF DIRECTORS
California Pacific Charter - Sonoma, California Pacific Charter - San Diego, and California Pacific Charter - Los Angeles are overseen by the California Pacific Charter Schools non-profit benefit corporation. We are proud of the esteemed and accomplished board members that make decisions in the best interest of our students and our community.
California Pacific Charter School Board Members
Rickey Trombetta, Board President
Rickey Trombetta was raised in Santa Rosa and spent a majority of her formative years in her Italian father’s garden and her mother’s kitchen. She learned how food you grow yourself can become magic when it hits the table. Rickey’s father, a local doctor with many members of the burgeoning wine community as patients, liked to entertain. His sense of hospitality was handed down to Rickey and her husband, Roger Stancliff, as they became absorbed with a home winemaking group at work.
Rickey seized upon an opportunity to work alongside winemaker Paul Hobbs and become involved in all aspects of the process. Her duties ranged from working in the vineyard and winery, to the less-glamorous marketing and sales tasks that are so important to keeping a winery afloat. After taking additional academic winemaking and marketing courses, she felt ready to chart her own course and founded Trombetta Family Wines, with her first release from the 2010 vintage and currently serves as the Proprietor/CEO.
In addition to her work at the winery, Rickey has an extensive background and passion for education. She is a graduate at Cal State University Chico and served at Hewlett-Packard in the Human Resources division. She was instrumental in overseeing college recruitment, student employment programs and community outreach.
From 1988 - 1994 she served on the PACE (Parent and Childhood Education) Committee at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital and led numerous community events and projects such as Music in the Park, Fundraiser for Forestville Foundation, Forestville Youth Park, Boys Scouts and after school programs. Additionally, Rickey has served on the Forestville Union School Board of Trustees.
Rickey’s well-roundedness and passion for education, life-long learning, and providing exceptional learning options for our students is a real asset. Furthermore, her relationships with several people, agencies, and community groups in Sonoma County will be an integral part of our long-term growth and sustainability. We are excited that Rickey has joined our board which was effective April 30, 2020.
Kelly Wylie, Vice President
Kelly Wylie, Program Director of District and School Support for the Alameda County Office of Education, is a veteran educator with over 20 years of experience. Prior to her work at ACOE, Kelly had been an award-winning middle school administrator, an instructional coach, a GATE coordinator and an award winning classroom teacher. She provides expert practitioner technical assistance in the areas of Professional Learning Communities, Accountability, Multi-tiered System of Supports and ESSA; having presented at the national, state, and local levels. Ms. Wylie studied public relations and English at the University of Nevada, Reno and then went on to receive her multiple subject teaching credential from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo where she did graduate work in curriculum and instruction. She received her administrative credential from National University where she did graduate work in Educational Leadership. Ms. Wylie lives in the east San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and their elementary aged son.
Dale Marsden, Board Member
Dr. Dale Marsden recently served 8 years as the superintendent of the San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD), California’s 10th largest urban public school district. During his tenure, Dr. Marsden established robust career pathways that empowered students from elementary through high school to develop the skills, experiences and certifications necessary to succeed in both college and career. Dr. Marsden is a veteran of the United States Air Force, and has had over 25 years experience in public education. He earned his bachelor’s degree from California State University, San Bernardino in Liberal Studies with a minor in mathematics, a master’s degree in Educational Administration, and a doctorate of education in Educational Leadership, Administration, and Policy from Pepperdine University, where he was named the 2016 Superintendent of the Year. In 2018, he was named a national Leader to Learn From by Education Week.
Executive Services Team
Chief Executive Officer
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