President, Stuart Rosenberg
I joined Rotary in 2011 after working in high tech and elementary education. I love working with technology, reading traveling and biking.  I am looking forward to leading our club in this challenging year and having all our members see the opportunities our club has to offer in service and fellowship
Secretary, Dana Stern
I work for Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara as a Health Educator focusing on Pediatric and Women’s Health and live in an Eichler home in Sunnyvale which I restored 8 years ago. What I enjoy most is traveling, entertaining with friends, cooking and my pets. I am very moved by nature, love having my own beehive and garden to attract pollinators and birds. I joined Cupertino Rotary in 2014 because I enjoy being engaged with others and want to contribute to the greater good. I look forward to serving our club as Secretary for this coming year.
Chief Financial Officer, George Denise
I first attended Rotary as a Boy Scout.  I was impressed and thought I might join someday.  In 1990, I joined the South San Francisco Club and was active until I was transferred to San Jose.  In 2014, I joined the Cupertino club, as my wife and I own a ski shop in Cupertino.  We’ve been married 44 years and have three grown sons and four grandchildren.  I’m a retired commercial property and sustainability manager for Oracle.  I’m a volunteer in Scouting and enjoy hiking, traveling, genealogy, and restoring my ‘63 Porsche.
President Elect, Rod Sinks
I joined Cupertino Rotary in 2011 and value the opportunities for inspiration, fellowship and service. At the end of 2020, I will finish nine years of service in local government on the city council, the Air District, Silicon Valley Clean Energy and the Cities Association. Next year, I look forward to focusing my energy and passion on our club.
Administration, Joe Lucey
I joined Rotary in 2016 after a career in aerospace engineering (satellites and satellite operations) and a second career as an elected official in public education.  I’m the parent of two IPOs (Income Producing Offspring) whom I adore.  My husband and I love hiking and enjoy traveling.  I’ll be leading the CREF organization and look forward to working with everyone as we ‘do good in the world.
Fund Development Officer, Kathy Nellis
I joined Cupertino Rotary in 1989.  Over these many years in Rotary I have served in many capacities including Club President in 1998_99 and more recently as CREF President.  Before retiring I worked in Real Estate Development and Sales.  I also been very involved in the Cupertino Community serving as the first Women Planning Commissioner and City Councilperson.  I especially enjoy visiting our National Parks and have been to 50 of them so far.
Community Service Co-chair, Henry Buffalow
I joined Cupertino Rotary in  2009 to help the local community via hands on opportunities, offering my extensive construction background to work with others to make life better for those in need. I joined Community Service from the start and have served as chair for the last several years. I look forward to working with our President and Board to overcome the challenges we face this year to serve those in need.
Community Service Co-chair, Bill Allen
I joined Rotary at the end of 2017. I had been looking for a while to find a great group of people and a way to make the world a little better place and I found it in the Cupertino Rotary Club. Community Service allows me to give back locally and utilize the a variety of skills that I enjoy using.
World Service Co-chair, Alysa Sakkas
I joined Rotary in 2016 after long admiring what our club does. I studied Computer Engineering at U of M (Go Blue!) -  now a retired Space Systems Engineer.  I'm also active in the Cupertino-Toyokawa sister cities program and in 4H (bee keeping).  I'm excited to serve as this year's chair for World Community Services. The magnitude of each project enabled by a TRF grant is astounding, and our opportunities to travel are truly unique because we connect with people in other countries in ways beyond being tourists.
World Service Co-chair, George Tyson
I've been a community volunteer as long as I've been an adult, so joining Rotary, as I did in 2001 was an extension and enhancement to what I was already doing!  In my day jobs I develop new pharmaceuticals, teach chemical engineering at Cal, and serve on my Town's City Council.  I'm excited to help lead the wonderful international projects that are coming up this next Rotary year. 
Vocational Service Co-chair, Steve Onishi
I joined Rotary in 2010 while working in Marketing for a medical device company (cardiology). I have since transitioned to working in the non-profit sector as an Encore Fellow. My passions include technology, travel, working out, and designing, planning, and executing home projects. I look forward to continuing my role as the Chair of the Workforce Development Committee to help individuals in our local community increase their economic earning potential. I am excited about joining our Club's Board to contribute to and support our Club's commitment to service and fellowship.
Vocational Service Co-chair, JoAnn Leonard
 
I joined Cupertino Rotary in 1997 – 23 years ago. At that time, my husband and I had a retail store at Vallco called Successories. Since we had a presence in Cupertino, I wanted to join a service club that was active in the community and I chose Rotary. I have been involved with many activities/service projects in our Club: Golf Tournament Committee, VA Bar-B-Ques, Cashiering at Club lunches, Fall Fest and Chair/Co-Chair of Vocational Services now Workforce Development. My company, Ignite Marketing, provide branded products to companies world-wide in addition to local Rotary Clubs. My outside interests include reading (audiobooks), cooking, traveling, Pickleball and Sheltie dogs.
Youth Service Co-Chair, John Hirokawa
I have been a Cupertino Rotarian for about 10 years and I enjoy the Rotary service projects with our youth. I retired from the Sheriff's after 37 years and now I am enjoying hiking and other outdoor actives. My hope is to re-landscape my yard because I haven't done anything since the 2015 drought.
 
Youth Service Co-chair, Meenaskshi Biyani
 
Club Service Co-chair, Anne Ho
I joined Rotary in year 2012 after working in Management Information System as a Sr. Systems Analyst and as a Real Estate Broker working for my own company. I love to help people for their real estate needs and be a volunteer to help student educations, churches adult schools, local and international communities services!
Club Service Co-chair, Helene Davis
I’ve been a member of the Rotary Club of Cupertino for 14 years and served in many different capacities.  The committee I am most involved in is World Community Services and I have been on nine international service trips and a champion of three global grants.
I am a life long resident of Cupertino, In my Rotary off-hours I enjoy hiking, biking and travel, most likely doing all three with my fellow Rotarians!
Membership Co-chair, Judy Wilson
I joined Rotary 15 years ago after raising 4 children and working as a Human Resource executive. Rotary introduced me to a whole new world of opportunity and friendships. I was the President of the club in 2016-17 and my theme was all about our Partnerships. My Rotary passion now is working with Membership, both finding new members, but more importantly making membership meaningful. I have also taken a leadership position with the District and I will be “Chief of Staff” for Greg Giusiana for the year 2020-21.
Membership Co-chair, April Bignell
 
As a former educator and non-profit administrator, Rotary seemed the natural fit for me. In 2013, JW House was the recipient of the Annual Golf Classic grant and as the Family Services Director I volunteered alongside Rotarians at the tournament. I was invited to join Cupertino Rotary soon after.  Since retiring in 2017, I’ve had time to step into leadership opportunities in the club. I love my current positions on the Membership Committee as Membership Co-Chair, Red Badge Coordinator, and Mentorship Program Chair.
 
Program Co-chair, Louisa Roberts
I am going into my third year as a Cupertino Rotarian. This year, I will be chairing the Programs Committee, as well as being a member of World Services, and Community Service committees . I enjoy volunteering for Rotary projects, cooking, traveling, reading, hiking, yoga and am working hard on improving my golf game.
Program Co-chair, Gary Latshaw
 
Communications Chair, Maggie Padovani
I joined Rotary in 2012 after working in high tech and now managing my own PR Consulting firm, I wanted to volunteer and use my skills in PR/Marketing to do good in the world. I love learning new technology, social media is my passion. 
I enjoy horseback riding, sailing, hiking,  traveling and getting back to biking again. I am looking forward to leading our club in this exciting and challenging year and having all our members see the opportunities our club has to offer in service and fellowship.
 
President Elect Nominee (tbd)