Board of Directors

Steve Martino, President
Mr. Martino is President and CEO of Alternative Market Services Inc. Previously active on the Board of Sierra Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Mr. Martino formally joined the CoRR Board in May 2011 when the CoRR and Sierra Council legally merged.

Chip Arenchild, Vice President
Chip comes to the CoRR Board with a passion for helping to create a healthy and strong community.  As Vice President of InterWest Insurance services he recognizes the devastation that substance abuse causes in the workplace.

Ron Abram, Vice President
As past-president of the Board of Directors of Sierra Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Ron formally joined the CoRR Board in May 2011. He is the President and Owner of Abram Interstate Insurance Services.

Nancy Kelly, Secretary
Ms. Kelly was previously an active member of the Board of Directors of Sierra Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. Nancy was a supply chain manager for a number of Silicon Valley start-up companies prior to joining Cisco Systems where she retired. Nancy joined the CoRR Board in May 2011 when the two non-profit organizations, SCOADD and CoRR, finalized a merger.

Roger Baker
A retired executive from Silicon Valley, where he was employed by Hewlett-Packard and a number of high-tech start-up companies, Roger moved to Nevada County and currently operates an antique business. He has served on the Board since 2001. Roger is a Past-President of CoRR.

Bill Wilcock
Bill has served on the Board since 2001. He is a retired executive from United Airlines. Bill has been the backbone of CoRR’s annual Golf Tournament, celebrating 11 years in 2012. Bill is also a Past-President. Bill and his wife Jan own InLight Productions, specializing in recorded talks on recovery and spirituality.

Lee Osborne
Retired Sheriff’s Captain Lee Osborne’s 32 years in Law Enforcement, including Patrol, Drug Task Force and Corrections, give him extensive and unique experiences of substance abuse, addiction and recovery. Lee’s previous Board experience includes the Truckee-Donner Horsemen, Nevada City Community Broadcast Group (KVMR), Northern Rural Training and Education Consortium (NoRTEC) and the Job Training Center of Tehama. Currently Lee is a volunteer broadcaster at KVMR Community Radio and conducts training and consulting in Leadership and Ethics.

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