BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Doug Angelo, Treasurer
Doug has spent his working career in banking with over 25 years banking experience starting on the teller line in 1986 and worked up through all facets of Banking. He currently works for Exchange Bank in their construction and commercial real estate department. Doug graduated from the Pacific Coast Banking School in 2005 a Masters level extension program held at the University of Washington. Doug is active in the community through the Santa Rosa West Rotary club and is a Board member of the Roseland Youth Center.
CJ Jorissen, Vice President & Co-Founder
CJ was a founding member of the Roseland Youth Center in 2007. She grew up in Sonoma County and is the proud parent of two teenage boys, (Zack and Dakota), who attend Santa Rosa High School in the ArtQuest program. CJ is employed by PG&E. CJ believes children should be exposed to many new things so they have more choices later in life. She encourages them to try new things and maybe they’ll find something they love. As a parent of two boys she knows that it can be a confidence builder. CJ has been a foster parent and a big sister with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sonoma County, and a past board member of the BBBS organization. CJ was the Volunteer Coordinator at The Children’s Village of Sonoma County. In 2007, as a founding member of the Roseland Youth Center, she helped start tennis programs in partnership with the USTA, which became RYC’s first program. She believes that we are all responsible for the well being of the children in our community, no matter where you live. She believes that it is important to expose kids to alternatives and positive choices while they are young.
Aaron Prysock, Board Member & Coordinator
Aaron is an 8th grade math and science teacher at Roseland Accelerated Middle School, and first became involved with the Roseland Youth Center when he taught 5th grade at Sheppard Elementary in 2007. He is currently the GATE coordinator for Sheppard Elementary, Roseland Creek Elementary, and Roseland Accelerated Middle Schools as well. Aside from education, Aaron also works closely with local race directors helping to stage would class events. It was his passion for sports, education, and children that led him to work with the Roseland Youth Center.