Board of Directors

Christine Scheuneman
Board Chair

Christine Scheuneman is an independent corporate board director and strategic advisor to national and international private and public companies. An award-winning leader in innovative and strategic advice and published author on corporate governance and finance, Christine is a Board Leadership Fellow with the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD). She also serves on the Board of the NACD Pacific Southwest Chapter.

Christine Mueller
1st Vice Chair

Christine Mueller of Yorba Linda is Vice President and Director of Operations and Engineering for The Capital Group, overseeing facility and property management for Capital’s Norfolk, VA, Carmel, IN, San Antonio, TX, and Irvine, CA locations, as well as the Global Engineering team. She is a member of the global leadership team and responsible for department business administration and training/development.

Lisa Perrine, Ed.D.
2nd Vice Chair

Dr. Lisa Perrine’s career as an experience designer and organizational strategist spans 30 years and includes more than 1,000 consulting engagements. Unique in her commitment to co-creation, Lisa uses design thinking methods to engage her clients in creating innovative business strategies and implementing organizational change. Lisa’s recent clients include The Gates Family Office, PeaceHealth, University of California Irvine, and University of California San Francisco.

Jeff Winston 

Jeff Winston has 40 years’ experience defining information services and technology strategies in addition to designing and implementing enterprise solutions for Fortune 500 companies across several industries. Jeff was most recently Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for Allergan, Inc., a global pharmaceutical and medical device company headquartered in Irvine, California.

Azeem Dhalla 

Azeem Dhalla has over 20 years of consulting, accounting, and tax advisory experience in a variety of industries, ranging from construction and real estate to professional services, health, and fitness. Prior to forming Dhalla CPA in 2010, Azeem had over 10 years of Senior Management experience in a top 100 National Accounting firm.

Vikki Shepp, Ed.D.
CEO of Girl Scouts of Orange County

A collaborative trailblazer, lifelong Girl Scout, and enduring champion of girls’ and women’s causes, Vikki Shepp brings deep understanding of the youth leadership market and evolving needs of today's girls to her role as CEO of Girl Scouts of Orange County, a position she has held since January of 2018.

Lillea Acasio. Since 2018, Lillea’s passion for education and community impact, specifically for Orange County and Los Angeles County youth, has been reflected through her career and professional development with the Los Angeles Angels. 
Alpesh Amin  MD, MBA, MACP, SFHM, FACC, FHFSA, FRCP (Lond) is with the University of California–Irvine (UCI) in the capacity of the Tom and Mary Cesario Chairman, Department of Medicine. He is Professor of Medicine, Business, Public Health, Nursing, and Biomedical Engineering at UCI and founder and executive director of Hospital Medicine. Dr. Amin has served as Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs and Quality for 12 years; Division Chief of General Internal Medicine for six years; Associate Program Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program for 14 years; and Medicine Clerkship Director for 14 years.
Ara Anoshiravani  is a Managing Director at Deloitte Tax, where she leads a group of over 350 tax professionals. Through her many roles during her 20-year tenure with Deloitte, Ara is recognized as a strategic, inclusive, and collaborative leader with a focus on growth and building eminence. Ara has served clients, led teams, and effectively managed change. Her focus is on building high performing teams, supporting their development, and serving clients with excellence.
Julie Farbaniec. In 2020, after almost 13 years at Blizzard Entertainment in various Learning & Development and Human Resources leadership roles, Julie founded her company, Leadership Enthusiast, a boutique firm offering leadership development and executive coaching services to companies wanting to invest in the growth of their people. 
Cathy Fitzpatrick  joined Tax & Financial Group (TFG) in 1990 and has thrived with the company’s high level of client support with CPAs, attorneys, and investment CFAs on staff. Cathy is a CFP-Certified Financial Planner™ Practitioner, Retirement Income Certified Professional (RICP), and Certified Long-Term Care Specialist.
Susie López-Guerra is a seasoned educator and visionary leader in public school education, boasting over 25 years of dedicated service. Born, raised, and currently residing in the City of Santa Ana, Dr. Susie López-Guerra is a first-generation, bilingual, and bicultural educator who has dedicated her life to transforming public school education through a lens of grace, humanity, inclusivity, and service. Currently at the helm as the California State Director for the National Center on Education and the Economy (NCEE), 
Darla S. Holland, MD  Dr. Darla Holland is a Partner Emeritus with the Southern California Permanente Medical Group. Having earned her bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University and her medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, she completed internal medicine residencies at the University of Maryland and the Boston Veterans Administration Hospital. Before joining Kaiser Permanente, she served on the faculty of Tufts Medical School, and had a solo private practice in Corpus Christi, Texas. Darla has practiced with the Kaiser Permanente since 1990.  In addition to her clinical responsibilities, she has served as the President of  the Orange County Medical Association, the Chair of  its Physicians of Excellence and Legislative Committees, and is a Delegate to the California Medical Association House of Delegates. Dr. Holland also is the past Chair the Regional Credentials Committee for Kaiser Permanente in Southern California. She is married to a retired urologist and has two adult children. .
Michiko Miyaji Inanaga is a proud mom to 3 amazing children, all participating in scouting programs in Orange County. Her purpose in life is to contribute towards all children being compassionate and impactful leaders in society.

She previously was a leader of the troops her daughter was a part of at the Orange County Buddhist Church from Daisies to Cadettes.  She stepped aside to take on the role of Board member at GSOC and has enjoyed her time helping to make an impact. 
Sharon R. Klein is a partner at the law firm of Pepper Hamilton LLP, where she advises clients on a variety of corporate and intellectual property matters, in particular, helping technology and outsourcing clients grow and succeed. She is the managing partner in charge of the firm’s Orange County office and holds leadership positions in the Privacy, Security and Data Protection; Digital Health; and Technology practice groups. 
Maggie O'Sullivan. Maggie is a strategic advisor for the lines of business, corporate partners, and local leaders working to drive systemic change for the housing and philanthropic portions of JPMorganChase’s $30 billion racial equity commitment to help close the racial wealth gap for Black, Hispanic, Latino, and other underserved communities.
Kendra Peterson  is an Orange County native and lifelong Girl Scout. Having been a Girl Scout growing up for 13 years (from Girl Scout Brownie to Girl Scout Ambassador), Kendra is extremely passionate about the organization and honored to give back to an organization that gave her so much. While in Girl Scouts, Kendra earned her Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards.
Todd Priest, is President and CEO of Todd Priest and Associates (TP&A), a public and government affairs firm based in Southern California. The firm represents businesses, public agencies, and non-profit organizations at all levels of government. Areas of focus include public transportation, aviation services, environmental protection, energy, and real estate development.
Michele Richards was named OC Fair & Event Center (OCFEC) General Manager and CEO in December of 2019. Previously, she was the agency’s Vice President of Business Development for more than seven years, leading the marketing, communications, sponsorship, creative services, year-round events, and exhibits and education departments. She was also an organizational development consultant to OCFEC for 11 years before joining the staff.
Gabriela Robles is chief executive of the St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund (Fund) at Providence. In this role, she defines the strategic direction of the Fund’s investments in communities served by Providence. With more than 25 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, including experience in community health programs, Gabriela holds the institutional knowledge and passion for equity needed to effectively address the greatest needs in our community.
Clarissa Serpas is Public Affairs Manager for SoCalGas, supporting North and Central Orange County. In her role, Clarissa coordinates company relations with local city and community leaders to develop and enhance SoCalGas partnerships. Additionally, she secures opportunities to share the SoCalGas story, customer programs, and services.
Remy Yamaguchi-Hernandez is a Girl Scout leader and cookie mom who works full time as a consultant. Her background is in data/technology, but she spend most of my time doing Consumer Experience Strategy. She is a working mom who lives by the motto, ‘Focus on what you can control. Forgive yourself for what you can’t.’ She enjoys coaching softball and basketball with her husband, Eric. Her greatest passion is watching her daughters Brooklyn (15) and Noelani (11) grow up.
Rebekah Cline is a Girl Scout Senior who has been involved in Girl Scouts since first grade. She has been taking classes at Fullerton College and is pursuing her Associate of Arts (AA) in Foreign Language. Rebekah is passionate about exploring new cultures and learning languages, which is evident in her role as President of the French Club and Board Member of the French Film Festival at Fullerton College. Rebekah also enjoys participating in STEM activities and is an active member of the FIRST Tech Challenge. She plans to pursue her Girl Scout Gold Award (the highest award a Girl Scout can earn) next year and earn a Bachelor's degree in Biology and Chemistry.  
Urja Parmar is a Girl Scout Senior who has been involved in Girl Scouts for the past eight years. She is a Freshman at Trabuco Hills High School and has received the esteemed Silver Torch Award for her many leadership contributions at school. Urja earned her Girl Scout Bronze and Silver Awards and is working toward her Girl Scout Gold Award (the highest award a Girl Scout can earn). Urja’s Silver Award project focused on teenagers’ mental health through which she created a podcast episode educating others about mental health. Urja is also involved in sports, including golf and soccer.
Tayva Veal is Girl Scout Senior who has been a Girl Scout since Kindergarten. She is a Freshman at El Toro High School and has earned both the Girl Scout Bronze and Silver Awards. For her Silver Award, she partnered with the City of Mission Viejo and hosted a city-wide tree planting event to raise awareness about global warming and climate change. Tayva is passionate not only about protecting the planet, but also about science. She is a part of her school's STEAM program where she studies computer science. Outside of school, Tayva enjoys playing the piano, reading books, and spending time with her cats and dog.