Board of Directors
After moving back to Sunnyvale, in addition to his technology jobs, he coached swimming for both Gunn and Los Altos High Schools. He has since retired from coaching, and is devoted to spending time with his wife and two young children. Tim currently lives and works in Sunnyvale, and is passionate about making sure his children have ample learning and outdoor opportunities as they grow.
With increasing population and development it becomes ever more important to preserve the parks and schools that we have for public use. Once you sell public property you can’t get it back. Further, even if it’s zoned for parks or schools, it can and does change, it can be rezoned for high density housing or retail space. Preserving park space for public use helps keep the quality of life for everyone. Please join us and the hundreds of concerned parents that want to keep public parks and schools in public hands.
Coming from a large family (8 siblings), Luke has learned to appreciate the outdoors. As an avid sports enthusiast, local parks, recreation centers and schools provided needed access to safe areas to play. Feeling strongly about family and community, Luke joined in the formation of Save Sunnyvale Parks & Schools to insure that we have the public lands and buildings available to all of us, both now and in the future
Cyrus started his landscaping career as a teenager, having taken a job working for a local landscaping company. From that moment on, there was no turning back; with his love for nature, he was hooked. He has become known as the “Landscape Therapist” for thousands of people throughout the bay area, as well as a teacher for the art of creating beautiful outdoor spaces. He is passionate about creating unique living spaces that are calming for the mind, good for the body, and friendly to the environment.
Demetrios has been active in the neighborhood as a Board Member of the Raynor Park Neighborhood Association (RPNA) for the last 10 years. As a father of four and a grandfather, Demetrios values the need for good schools and public parks for our children in our community, and he is passionate about preserving our public parks and open spaces as well as protecting Sunnyvale public land for future public school needs.
Her hobbies include knitting, crocheting, and home brewing. A recent arrival to California, she currently works for Indicate Technologies Inc. in Santa Clara.