Our Board

“Never doubt that a small group of committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
– Margaret Mead

Community Board
SA Youth is recruiting influential leaders to serve on our Community Board. The primary function of the Community Board is fundraising and advocacy, helping to promote SA Youth’s mission in the community. If interested, please contact Andrea Ozuna at (210) 223-3131 ext. 204.

Board of Governors
SA Youth’s governing Board is comprised of individuals and corporations that support and advance our mission. The Board meets bi-monthly at one of our locations every January, March, May, July September and November. Meetings last approximately 2 to 2.5 hours each quarter.


Greg Atteberry
President, S&B Plant Services

Bob Benavides
President, Sarma

Jay K. Farwell
Attorney, Gardner Law P.C.

Albert Flores
Reporter, WOAI TV

Laura Flores
Licensed Agent, Physician Mutual Insurance Co.

Joseph Maratea
Vice President, Valero Energy Corporation

Cynthia Le Monds
CEO, SA Youth (ex-oficio)

Community Board

Joseph Maratea
Chair, Community Board

Cristina M. Heaney
President U.S. Safety Services

Kelley Farwell
Firstmark Creadit Union

Richard Alexander
President, PJS Janitorial>

Imelda Sanchez
Vice President, Lopez Group, Inc.

Catherine Bishop
Account Executive, Catto & Catto

Roxanne Chung
Executive Resolution Manger CCRG, Wells Fargo

John Ramos, Jr.
Public Relations Coordinator, Blue Cross Blue Sheild – Southwest Region

Travis Wright
Associate, Peloton Commercial Real Estate

Stephen S. Lin
Senior Project Manager, Big Red Dog Engineering|Consulting

Lauren N. Sides
Senior Account Executive, KGBTexas Communications

Delaney Tholen
Law Offices of Thomas F. Adkisson

Norma R. Martinez
Senior Analyst, AT&T

Debbie Fowler
Executive Assistant, The Lifshutz Companies

Anthony Aikens
Director of Underwriting, The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.

Anne Edmunds
Director of Graduate Student Success

Mark Williams
Senior Sales Representative, Valero Energy Corporation

SA Youth seeks dedicated individuals who will devote at least six to eight hours a month performing these functions:

  • Developing strategies
  • Providing financial oversight
  • Conducting fund-raising activities
  • Developing policies
  • Promoting the organization in the community
  • Contributing to the Board’s own learning experience and success
  • Evaluating CEO performance
  • In addition, each Board member is asked to make a meaningful, personal financial contribution to support SA Youth’s work with youth.

If you are interested in making a difference in the lives of at-risk children, consider joining this team of energetic and devoted community members. Please contact Cynthia Le Monds at (210) 223-3131 ext. 209 or cynthia@sanantonioyouth.org. An interview with current Governing Board members will be arranged to discuss your potential Board membership.