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Board of Directors

2021-22 Board of Directors

 Arlo Seaver, President

​ Arlo joined the Can Do! board in 2019.  He manages a cattle ranch on Lucas Valley Road and he and his wife have lived in Marin for ten years.  Their son,       Ben, started attending Lucas Valley Elementary in 2018 which prompted Arlo's interest in being actively involved with the school district. He currently serves on the Lucas Valley Elementary Site Council, the Home and School Club, and as a coach for the youth basketball program at the Marin YMCA.


 Becca Baird, Secretary

 Becca joined the Can Do! Board in 2015. She and her husband Eric have two children, Madeline, a Freshman, and Bennet, a 7th grader. Becca has been an     active volunteer with Can Do! and is co-Chair of the Family Giving Campaign at Miller Creek

Christian Willard, CFO

Christian joined the Can Do! Board in 2021. His son is a 7th grader at Miller Creek and previously attended Vallecito, where Christian served as classroom parent in grades 3-5.  Prior to joining the Can Do! Board, Christian served on the Board of Trustees at Montessori de Terra Linda and held the role of Treasurer. He has worked at First Republic Bank for the past 9 years, where he is on a commercial lending team that specializes in lending to wineries and vineyards in Northern California and Oregon. He and his wife have lived in Terra Linda for the past 8 years and still relish the warm summers that they were denied while living in the Inner Sunset for many years.

Marie Barnes, Director

Marie was born in San Francisco and is fluent in Spanish.  She received her Bachelors degree from Sonoma State University in Political Science and Psychology and received her Juris Doctorate from Western Michigan University, Thomas Cooley Law School. Currently, Marie resides in Marin with her three boys, two of them attending Lucas Valley Elementary.  In her spare time, she volunteers for various organizations that provide legal services to the community.

Amy Branson-Sclafani, Director

​Amy Branson-Sclafani joined the Can Do!  board in 2016. She and her husband have one son, Luca, who is a 4th grader. They moved here in 2012 from New York and are very happy to have found such a wonderful school district and community. Prior to joining Can Do! she served on the board for two years at Oakview Nursery School. 

Jennifer Imbimbo, Director

Jennifer (Enos) Imbimbo is the Director of Media and Community Relations at Sonoma Raceway. Since 2006, she has worked extensively with local, regional and national media, promoting major motor racing events at the raceway. In the off-season, Jennifer oversees many Sonoma Raceway community events including the Sonoma Raceway Food Drive, Blood Drive, Toy Drive, and Children’s Christmas Party.  Jennifer is also a member of Speedway Children’s Charities Board of Trustees and on the Conservation Corps North Bay Advisory Board. Jennifer grew up in San Rafael and is a graduate of UCLA (B.A.) and University of Pacific (M.A.). She currently resides with her husband, John, and two kids in Terra Linda, and coaches her daughter’s basketball team and son’s little league team. 

  Jennifer Ishii-Yu, Director

Jennifer is the Account Manager at Classical KDFC Radio, in charge of underwriting sponsorship sales for the not-for-profit listener supported station owned by the   University of Southern California. Prior to this, she has held Account Executive sales positions at Bonneville International, Entercom and Clear Channel (now   iHeartMedia), representing Wild 94.9, 96.5 KOIT, 95.7 The Game, 102.9 KBLX, 98.5 KFOX, Q102 and many other popular Bay Area radio stations. Jennifer is the   Co-President of the Vallecito Home & School Club and is in her 3rd year as the Vallecito Scholastic Book Fair Chairperson. She and her husband, Greg Yu, moved   to Terra Linda in 2010 after living in San Francisco for 10 years. Their son Nicholas is in 3rd grad


Du Nguyen, Director

Du Nguyen and his wife Brooks have two children in the Miller Creek School District (4th and 6th grade). Du is the founder of a technology start-up that is focused on Augmented Reality and AI. Originally from Seattle, Du has lived in the Bay Area since 1997. He previously served on the board of Hands On Bay   Area in San Francisco. Du has an Economics degree from the University of Washington.