Board of Directors

Bob Rosenberg, DDS, DScD

Board Chair

Bob spent his professional career as an endodontist in private practice as well as on the faculty at the UCSF School of Dentistry where he served a Chair of Endodontics as well as the founder and leader of the UCSF Advanced Endodontic Study Club. He was active in the American Association of Endodontists, serving on the Board of Directors and as President of the Research and Education Foundation. He is a fellow of the International and American Colleges of Dentists and the Academy of Dentistry International.

Bob has been active in his community as a co-founder of the Ross Valley Girls Softball League. Since retiring, he co-authored Giving from Your Heart, A Guide to Volunteering, published 2005. On the organizational front, Bob was Board Chair of the Henry’s Fork Foundation, a watershed conservation organization in Eastern Idaho. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of California Trout. Bob is a volunteer tutor at a local middle school and served as Board Chair of the Marin County School Volunteers for six years until its merger with 10000Degrees, a college success organization on whose board he now serves. He was the recipient of the Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership award for Excellence in Board Leadership in 2015.

Bob’s life is inspired by his passions for family, fly fishing and working to ensure educational and life success for all children. He has been married forever, has two daughters and three grandchildren and lives in Northern California.

Clint Wilkins

Board Member

Clint Wilkins has a long and distinguished career in education—in both independent and charter schools and as a social entrepreneur.

Early in his career he was as a teacher, coach, college counselor, dean of students, principal and assistant headmaster at Sidwell Friends School in Washington, DC. After serving as chief executive officer of two outstanding independent schools on both coasts, in 1998 he was able to realize his lifelong dream of founding a school: Sage Hill School, the first nondenominational, independent high school in Orange County, California—which now enjoys a national reputation and educates 450 students.

Over his career Clint has also served as the principal of a charter school in Oakland, as a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University School of Education, and as an Associate with the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford.

Clint received his BA from Williams College in history, a masters degree from Harvard University in religion, and his secondary school teaching credentials at Princeton University. He is married to Carla Woscoboinik Wilkins, a Chilean, and has three grown children.

Ruby De Tie

Board Member

Ruby Lee De Tie, a first generation college graduate, started her teaching career in Las Vegas, NV.

She graduated with a dual degree in English and Education from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Education from Mills College. Although her first love was teaching, she realized the limitations of her impact and pursued becoming a principal. Ruby joined New Leaders in 2013 and became an assistant principal, one year later she moved into the principalship where she has resided for the last 5 years.

Ruby dreams of a world where ALL children are educated and challenged to become the best version of themselves. She hopes that through her leadership more students will be able to THRIVE!

Alvin Gilmore

Board Member

Alvin Gilmore received his B.A. in Psychology from University of California, Los Angeles and went on to pursue graduate studies at the University of Southern California where he completed his Masters in Counseling Education.

Alvin has over thirty years of experience in education where he worked as a counselor, coach, classroom teacher, and an administrator. Alvin is also a licensed marriage and family therapist in the California. His passion for working with youth, parents, and families in therapeutic and educational settings reflects his belief that tending to the souls as well as to the intellects of young people can lead to a balanced and healthy appreciation and value of the self. In addition to his educational and therapeutic background,

Alvin has also worked extensively with both adults and young people in the areas of cultural competency and diversity. Currently, Alvin works with adolescents in a holistic residential mental health program in San Rafael, California as an educational advocate/therapist.

Bill Epstein

Board Member

Bill Epstein was born in Rochester, NY and came to Northern California with his parents when he was 6 months old. He attended The University of Pennsylvania where he studied photography and English. Bill also studied photography at the SF Art Institute and later attended City College of SF in Ornamental Horticulture and Botany.

Bill managed sales and marketing for Nurserymen’s Exchange Inc.-(Bloom-Rite Products) for nearly 30 years. The company was a large international grower and distributor of horticultural and Garden products to the mass markets.
He currently owns and manages Eco Marketing Inc., and works as a manufacturers’ representative, broker, and consultant to horticultural and garden décor shippers, growers, and manufacturers, marketing products to supermarkets and other retailers.
Bill was on the board of Camp Tawonga for 6 years where he was Vice President and a member of the Executive committee for 3 years. He has been a board governor of Cal Trout, based in San Francisco for 9 years.
Bill has been involved with The American Jewish Committee (AJC, human rights organization) for 25 years and was the Northern California Regional President from 2009-2012. He has been a member of the National Board of Governors.

Bill has volunteered for 5 years tutoring reading and math and mentoring 3rd and 4th graders in an Oakland public school. He is very committed to helping students move ahead.
He has been married for 41 years to Susan Osher Epstein and has three grown sons and 4 grandchildren. Bill enjoys music (playing piano, harmonica, and guitar), travel, hiking, tennis, fly fishing, photography, and gardening.

Patricia Murillo

Board Member

Patricia Murillo is a strategy and organizational development consultant bringing 25 years of progressive non-profit leadership experience to the field. As a first generation Latina who came up from working the fields in Watsonville, she has been on a mission to provide supports and opportunities for youth, women and communities to give back to the many hands that uplifted her throughout her education and career.

She serves as the Director of Training for Women Leaders for the World, leading instruction and curriculum design for a pre-apprentice program with Jewish Vocational Services as well as facilitating Board and staff retreats and strategy sessions. Patricia served as the Executive Director of Alternatives in Action for 11 years where she successfully grew the organization from a 1.4 to a 6 million operating budget and increased services from 400 youth served annually to 1,300. Prior to AIA, she served as the Senior Director of Program Services for the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco.

She has taught at the high school, community college and college level and has served on several boards including the Latino Affairs Commission of Santa Cruz County and the On the Move Board of Directors. She holds a Bachelors from Vassar College and a Masters in Social Welfare (MSW) from UC Berkeley with a concentration on Management and Planning.

Mike Deverell

Board Member

Mike Deverell is a retired Deloitte Consulting partner. His thirty years with Deloitte included leading service to major clients, leading regional practices, the last being Australia and New Zealand, and leading projects to build practice infrastructure.

Mike has served on several not-for-profit boards most recently the Pt. Reyes National Seashore Association. He was Board chair for 2015-2018. He graduated from Oregon State University with a B.S. in chemistry. Mike went on to get an MBA from Northwestern University in Chicago. He served in the U.S. Navy stationed at the Naval Academy as an instructor in chemistry and computer science.

Mike lives in Petaluma and has a keen interest in conservation and education. A major focus for the Pt Reyes National Association is environmental education for youth and adults.