Advisory Board

CSCi is a fiscally sponsored project of Community Initiatives whose Board members are listed here.

Diane Wakelin, LCSW
Diane Wakelin, LCSW, is a private practitioner in Corte Madera specializing in psychotherapy for couples, adults and adolescents. From 1983-2004, she was Assistant Executive Director and then the Deputy Chief Operating Officer and Clinical Director at Sunny Hills Children’s Garden Family and Children’s Services, San Anselmo, California. Prior to this she held the position of Director of Clinical and Campus Operations for three years at Optimist Boys’ Home and Ranch, Los Angeles. In her professional capacity, Diane has served as a Peer Reviewer on behalf of California Association of Services for Children (CSC); the ACIA (Children’s Institutions) representative on the Advisory Committee to the Los Angeles Public School Services Commission of Dependent Children of the Court; and a Task Force Member for the Little Hoover Commission evaluation of children’s mental health issues. Her experience includes providing consultation services to multiple organizations such as Eastfield-Ming Quong, Los Gatos and Burt Children’s Center in San Francisco and supervision of social work and psychology students for California School of Professional Psychology and the California State University at Fresno’s School of Social Work.

Lynn Reid, LCSW
Lynn Reid, LCSW, has been a Realtor for 15 years, initially running her own business and, since 2008, as a member of McGuire Real Estate. Before going into the real estate industry, Lynn was the Director of Child Psychiatry at St. Mary’s Medical Center in San Francisco. In prior years, as a clinical social worker in Southern Africa, Lynn worked in middle and high schools, in a residential treatment center for emotionally disturbed children, and a general hospital’s psychiatric emergency department.

Andrew Kluger, JD
Andrew Kluger, JD, Founder and CEO Early Bird Alert, Inc., began his career as an attorney and Director of Public Information, for Mayor Joseph L. Alioto. He then entered the health care industry as Vice President National Programs in charge of all Medicare and Medicaid programs for AHI Healthcare Systems, Inc. An entrepreneur at heart Andy has established multiple businesses including medical management and billing companies (Kluger & Associates, Inc., MED BUS Inc.), and assisted living and senior adult day care facilities (Bluegrass Assisted Living Properties and Senior Life, Inc.). He acquired and then sold Pacific Air Ambulance / Hawaii Air Ambulance / Hawaii Air Rescue, the only authorized medical transport carrier recognized by Medicare, the State of Hawaii, and the major insurance payer in the South Pacific with Trans-Pacific service. Andy serves on multiple non profit boards including Book Bank USA, St. Andrews’s Priory School for Girls, Honolulu, Sports Charities USA, and The Mexican Museum, San Francisco. He is currently an Adjunct Professor, City University of Hong Kong, School of Engineering and visiting Research Scientist, University of Maryland, College Park, MD. He is the Honorary Consul of Mexico to Hawaii.

Tim Tabernik
Since 1997, Tim Tabernik has been the President of Hatchuel Tabernik and Associates, a for profit consulting company that offers a complete range of grant writing, research, evaluation, planning, and training services for both private and governmental public benefit and human service organizations. For the previous 25 years, Tim was the Executive Director of Full Circle Programs, Inc., a nonprofit serving emotionally disturbed and learning disabled children through residential treatment, school-based and ambulatory services in Northern California. Tim developed and managed budgets in excess of $4 million and supervised a staff of over 100 professional, technical, and classified personnel.