Board of Directors

       Vacant             (President)
  2022 - Present

    Bobo Fuimaono      (Vice President)
     2020 - Present

Victoria Lynne (Secretary)


Courtney Robinson 
2021- Present


Courtney Robinson was born and raised in the bay area by a single mother of five. At an early age she was introduced to a mentorship program that paired economically disadvantage children with college students. By the third grade she knew she wanted to attend college. Courtney was the first in her family to attend and graduate college. She received two bachelor's degrees in Criminal Justice and Political Science from San Francisco State University. She went on to work for several international Law firms. Witnessing the  transformation of Clifford Parker rekindled her desire to help those in our community that are in need. Currently Courtney is a stay at home mother of two twin boys who has just begun school. 

Rachelle Dizon 
2021- Present


Rachelle Dizon is a self-proclaimed product of the Bay Area. She  grew up in Vallejo, CA but has lived in different cities of the bay for over 40 years. During that time, she has earned a wealth of experience working in wide range of industries such as healthcare, real estate, finance, and hospitality. Rachelle gained insight into working with people from different cultural backgrounds while working in the  physical rehab industry. Rachelle has worked as a loan officer, real estate agent, tax preparer, and reentry/homeless services in Solano County. She credits her knack for organization as the key to her effectiveness in all that she does.

      Leonard Rubio          

Leonard Rubio is the Executive Director of Insight Prison Project. (IPP). While incarcerated at San Quentin. Leonard created the  Responsibility, Rehabilitation, & Restoration Interfaith Roundtable to promote restorative justice by including prisoners and volunteers from many faith and ethnic backgrounds to work together. Leonard was a participant in many of IPP's programs including the second cohort of the Victim Offender Education Group, became an inside facilitator for many programs, upon release in 2010 would speak on behalf of IPP. and served as a Board Member for seven years prior to being named Executive Director in 2018. 

  Damon Cooke     2021 - Present

As someone who fought the fight for freedom for 30 years, the internal information I hold is invaluable. To anyone who truly seeks to and understand what goes on behind the walls of prison, emotionally, physically and mentally I will your inquisitiveness. I have a need to right a wrong. I am driven to eradicate recidivism. I am tired of seeing the same men return to prison time after time. When the pain is too great to ignore, I am driven to not simply stand by, but to DO something to change the lives and culture of those I am entrusted to serve.

  2021 - Present