We would like to introduce the Board of Directors for Professional Child Development Associates
Eric D. Kaufman, Chairman
Eric is Vice President at Lockton Insurance Brokers, and provides consulting services on retirement plans, executive benefits and group health insurance. He is a successful businessman and also an active participant on community boards.
Chelby is a Senior Estates Director with Dilbeck Real Estate. She has specialized in high-end residential properties for the last 19 years and cares deeply for people, architecture, art history, and interior design. Impressed by PCDA’s facility and commitment to children, Chelby is excited to be Chair of PCDA’s 2017 Harvest Moon gala.
Levi is a Commercial Lines Insurance broker at United Agencies in Burbank. He is also an active church leader and organizes and leads overseas pastoral trips.
Patrick is proprietor of Crossings Restaurant in South Pasadena and an active supporter of the local community through his many volunteer activities.
Joseph H. Lee
Joseph is a parent of a child with autism, and an attorney specializing in the needs of children with developmental challenges.
Cynthia Mikimoto works on the development team at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, and she is grateful to be able to use her experience in fundraising to further support PCDA: “Because of PCDA, I have been fortunate to witness amazing progress with my son in a few short years.”
John is now retired after serving many years in the Flintridge and Ojai Valley School Districts. John belongs to various service and fraternal organizations across Southern California.
Alan is an Insurance Agent with Shaw-Moses-Mendenhall and Associates, and is an active member of the South Pasadena Kiwanis Club and other community organizations.
Eric Shen is a proud PCDA parent and is the Assistant Inspector in Charge of the LA Division of the US Postal Inspection Service. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Asian Gang Investigators Association of California. He is honored to work alongside the Board of Directors to help children like his son Connor.
Stephen Peters works as a national commercial real estate broker and is the proud father of three children. Over the past fifteen years, Stephen has worked to help children since his second daughter became a patient at the Pediatric Epilepsy Program at UCLA.
- Lou Abel
- Raymond Aramburu
- Susan Alexander
- Bill Cullinane
- Colleen Ferguson
- Anne Jollay
- Manny Kim
- Anthony Portantino
- Philip Putnam
- Odom Stamps
- Gerald Yee
- Chuck White