Board of Directors
Karen Henry is a Senior Engineer and Project Manager for the San Diego County Water Authority where she manages large-scale water conveyance projects. Prior to working for the Water Authority, Karen worked as the Deputy Director for the City of San Diego’s Storm Water Pollution Prevention Division where she helped to implement the Urban Runoff Management Program and the award winning “Think Blue” public education and outreach campaign. Karen served as a Director for the California Storm Water Quality Association before becoming involved as a member of ILACSD’s board, and is a graduate from the 2008 LEAD San Diego program. Karen is a long-standing environmental enthusiast and frequent site captain of ILACSD’s countywide cleanups, Creek to Bay and Coastal Cleanup Day.
Bill Haines has been an ILACSD board member since January 2005. Bill, who recently retired, was a commercial real estate broker with Cassidy Turley. Bill has been an active I Love A Clean San Diego volunteer and supporter of the environment for a number of years. He is an avid volleyball player, surfer, bicyclist and self proclaimed "beach rat." He has also served as a member of the I Love A Clean San Diego marketing committee focusing on attracting corporate members.
Jeff Caufield is an environmental law attorney with Caulfield and James, LLP. Jeff has board experience in environmental counseling and toxic tort litigation. He has advised various businesses on environmental regulation and regularly counsels about the environmental implications of the purchase or sale of real estate. Mr. Caufield has a large network of environmental consultants and other individuals to assist ILACSD with ongoing programs and in pursuit of additional opportunities. He is an avid volleyball player and loves spending time with his wife and two kids.
Jonathan Freeman was appointed to the ILACSD Board of Directors in September 2010. Freeman will advise the organization’s Board of Directors and Executive Director in monthly financial statement review, financial analysis, assisting in conducting audits and acting as an ambassador of the organization while out in the community and in his role as COO/CFO at Cassidy Turley BRE Commercial. Freeman graduated from the University of California Santa Barbara with a B.A. in Environmental Studies. He worked as an environmental consultant for four years before changing careers to focus on business and finance. He received his Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the UCLA Anderson School of Management in 1997.
I Love A Clean San Diego welcomed Scott Norris to the Board of Directors in November 2010. Mr. Norris has led residential real estate activities as the Executive Vice President of Real Estate Services at San Diego County Credit Union since 2005. Norris joined the not for profit credit union movement in 1999 after spending 20 years in the financial services industry with Home Savings of America and Beneficial Corporation. Scott had been assisting ILACSD as a member of the finance committee since August 2010 before becoming a Board Member. We are happy to have him onboard to further his support of the organization. Scott and his wife reside in Bonita and enjoy traveling as well as fishing.
Eric Johnson has spent his career working in a variety of information technology and sustainability focused roles. Currently at Sony Electronics, Eric influences the business using sustainability as a driver. He continuously pursues opportunities to increase the environmental performance of Sony Electronics and sister companies throughout North America. Principally responsible for overall strategy and implementation, Eric further concentrates on energy, water and waste management across 25 facilities, online electronics Take Back and Trade-In program, collaborative product and retail initiatives, employee engagement and external and internal communications. Eric is not only an ILACSD Board member, but also volunteers frequently at ILACSD events and is always looking out for new partnerships for the organization.
Clint Carney is one of the newest members of ILACSD's board, joining in July 2012. Clint is a public relations professional with more than a decade of experience in managing communications programs for public infrastructure projects involving water, energy and transportation, among other issues. He has experience in media relations, government relations, community outreach, public policy and also political campaigns, and he currently manages corporate communications, public affairs and business development duties for a San Diego telemedicine company. Clint's public relations and government experience add to the diversity of the board of I Love A Clean San Diego, and he is eager to get involved to help raise awareness of the organization in the business community and with residents throughout San Diego County. Clint is an avid outdoors enthusiast and enjoys hiking, kayaking, scuba diving and other sports, and he is a regular site captain of ILACSD’s Creek to Bay Cleanup and Coastal Cleanup Day.
Bret Raymis joins the I Love A Clean San Diego Board of Directors, bringing with him a diversified background in technology, entrepreneurship and environmental conservation. His professional background has been in the semiconductor industry for the past 35 years, relocating to San Diego in 2011 to work on advanced designs for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon microprocessor. Over his professional tenure, Bret has started several companies as well as acted as a community steward. His causes span from preserving drinking water in the aquifers for homeowners to protecting the important Barton Creek watershed in Austin, TX. He has also served on a stakeholders committee to develop the most comprehensive watershed protection plan in the nation. When he’s not helping ILACSD with its fundraising and other board matters, Bret enjoys walking the beach at Torrey Pines State Reserve.
I Love A Clean San Diego welcomes native San Diegan Shari Sehlhorst to its Board of Directors. Shari is a familiar face around here, having served as a site captain for Coastal Cleanup Day and Creek to Bay for more than a decade. As the Environmental Manager for SeaWorld San Diego, Shari manages its solid waste & recycling programs, wastewater and NPDES permit compliance. She also leads the Environmental Committee on a variety of projects both in and out of the park, including ILACSD’s countywide cleanup events. Together with her team, she has helped SeaWorld garner over 25 city and state recycling awards for recycling and solid waste reduction. She is also a member of the California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA). Shari and her family are camping enthusiasts and enjoy traveling whenever they can.
Myrian Solis Coronel is the Partnership Program Manager at REI and brings with her extensive knowledge in community engagement, public relations and marketing. Prior to joining REI, Myrian worked at KPBS where she developed and implemented media and outreach campaigns. She is very involved in her community, serving as Vice President for MANA de San Diego and as a member of the San Diego Foundation, Environmental Working Group just to name a few. Myrian’s commitment to the community where she works and plays, as well as her many connections in the community, will be a great asset in helping ILACSD expand and reach all San Diegans. In her spare time, Myrian enjoys hiking, travelling around the world, and photography.
Aimee Faucett serves as the Municipal Relationship Manager/Government Affairs in southern California for Republic Services. Recently, Aimee served as Deputy Chief of Staff/Director of Policy to Mayor Jerry Sanders. Prior to joining the Office of former Mayor Jerry Sanders, Aimee worked closely with San Diego City Councilmember Kevin L. Faulconer, former Councilmember Jim Madaffer and former Councilmember Judy McCarty. In addition to the ILACSD Board of Directors, Aimee gives her time to the Jacobs Cushman San Diego Food Bank, the American Red Cross San Diego/Imperial Counties Chapter, San Diego Diego State Alumni Association and the Downtown San Diego Partnership.
Do you deeply care about the health and wellbeing of San Diego's environment? I Love A Clean San Diego is always looking for new board and subcommittee members to help further our mission. Contact Pauline Martinson, Executive Director if interested.