Juliann AndersonFinancial Officer
Juliann is a municipal attorney and criminal prosecutor with over 20 years of legal experience. Her career includes roles as a Deputy District Attorney for Riverside County and the owner of her own law practice. She currently works as a Deputy City Attorney for the City of Los Angeles, where she is counsel to the Department of General Services. She also serves as an instructor for the University of California Riverside Extension program.
Bronwyn LeebawPresident Elect
Bronwyn Leebaw is Associate Professor of Political Science at UC Riverside, where she teaches courses in human rights, transitional justice, political theory, international politics and ethics, and environmental justice. Leebaw received a PhD in Political Science from UC Berkeley. She is on the steering committees of the Peace and Conflict Studies Minor and the Global Studies Major at UC Riverside.
Elizabeth LopezBoard Member
Liz is a small business owner and a community representative on the Board. Liz and her family live in one of our focus communities. Her community fought a drag racing track next to her home that had measured noise levels above 130 decibels. She and her husband sued the County and San Bernardino and won forcing the facility to install mitigation measures reducing the noise significantly. Liz chairs the Finance Committee and oversees our annual audit.
Dr. Heidi Millard, MDBoard Secretary
Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine. Heidi did her Residency in Family Medicine at Kaiser Permanente, Fontana after receiving her M.D. at Loma Linda University and her BS in Biochemistry (Magna Cum Laude) from pacific Union College. Heidi provides much-needed expertise in the health issues related to our work.
Nanette Pratini, MS EcologyBoard President
Nanette is one of our newer Board member but is a longtime member of CCAEJ. She is a GIS Specialist with Albert A. Webb Associates in Riverside. She is a longtime activist in the City of Riverside and brings a much-needed guidance to our technology development
Maggie Hawkins, MPH, CHESBoard Member
Maggie has been a member of the CCAEJ Board since 2004 and currently serves as President. Maggie is the Director of the Randall Lewis Health Policy Fellowship providing graduate student fellows to cities in the Inland Valleys participating in the Healthy Communities Collaborative. Maggie also is a regional leader and advocate for providing support and counseling to LGBT youth in the Riverside and San Bernardino area.