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The San Bruno Education Foundation (SBEF) is an independent, 501(c)(3) non-profit public benefit corporation dedicated to raising money to benefit the children in the San Bruno Park School District, grades pre-k through eight. We are committed to helping students receive a quality, well-rounded education through key enrichment programs. Examples of key initiatives include music, art, technology, summer programs and professional development opportunities for teachers and staff. Since the organization is completely staffed by volunteers, donations raised directly impact San Bruno schools and students.

Our board of directors consist of parents, community members and people just like you. We all believe that a strong community is made up of healthy and thriving public schools. We have all joined the board of directors to help drive this mission.

Meet Our Board


The San Bruno Education Foundation (SBEF) is an independent, 501(c)(3) non-profit public benefit corporation dedicated to raising money to benefit the children in the San Bruno Park School District, grades pre-k through eight. We are committed to helping students receive a quality, well-rounded education through key enrichment programs. Examples of key initiatives include music, art, technology, summer programs and professional development opportunities for teachers and staff. Since the organization is completely staffed by volunteers, donations raised directly impact San Bruno schools and students.

Our board of directors consist of parents, community members and people just like you. We all believe that a strong community is made up of healthy and thriving public schools. We have all joined the board of directors to help drive this mission.


Scott Curtner,
President

Scott is an IT Audit Leader for Wells Fargo and also manages rental investments in California, Colorado, and Arizona. His goal is to increase opportunities for all children in the San Bruno Park School District, almost 50% of whom are in low-income families. He and his wife have two children in the San Bruno Park School District.

Bryan Vander Lugt,
Vice President

Bryan is a research scientist and project manager at Amgen. He served as a naval officer before earning his Ph.D. from Harvard University. He believes in equitable access to a well-resourced education as a means to unlock the potential of our community's children. He and his wife have two children in the San Bruno Park School District.

Makiko Sato,
Treasurer

Makiko has worked as a consultant to California school districts for over 15 years with a focus on planning and implementing responsible and sustainable bond programs. She is involved in SBEF to support an enriching educational experience for students in San Bruno. She and her husband have two children in the San Bruno Park School District.


Steven Rose,
Secretary

Steven has worked as a software engineer in the San Francisco Bay Area for more than twenty years and is currently at Google. He is passionate about bringing an excellent STEM education to groups that are traditionally underrepresented in these subjects. He lives in San Bruno with his wife, mom, and daughter.

Renee Callantine,
Board Member

Renee is an attorney with a civil litigation practice emphasizing insurance coverage disputes and serves as a substitute teacher in San Bruno elementary schools. She oversees fundraising and the funding of projects in her role as Treasurer & CFO for the San Bruno Education Foundation. She and her husband have two children in the San Bruno Park School District.

Andriana Shea,
Board Member

Andriana is a San Bruno native. She works in sales and marketing and brought her expertise to the San Bruno Education Foundation in 2018 to help grow its reach and communication efforts. She believes in education that goes beyond the textbook and wants to help increase the access to quality enrichment programs that leave a lasting impression on our kids. She has one child in the San Bruno School District and one preschooler anxiously waiting to enter. 


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