Port Costa Society Conservation Society Board
Board of Directors
Port Costa Conservation Society is governed by a board of five individuals who are elected from
the Society membership. Board officers are elected by PCCS members in biennial elections
and serve for four-year terms. The current board members are:
Ridge Greene, Chairman
Ridge is a Senior Project Manager and licensed general contractor employed by RGM Kramer Inc. of Concord, CA, a construction management firm specializing in public schools. Ridge’s experience as a skilled carpenter and Sr. Project Manager has been an asset in the oversight of cost-effective bidding and construction work for the Society. He is also well versed in State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) requirements, highly valuable in view of the historic status of the Port Costa School. Ridge has been on the Board for over 30 years.
Jeff Wilson, Vice Chairman
Jeff applies the experience gained in his 38-year career with the East Bay Regional Park District as Tilden Park Manager of two diverse park management units, and in his final position as Chief of Park Operations. His
responsibilities included managing contracts, personnel, and budgets in excess of 34 million dollars. Jeff has been on the PCCS board for over 7 years since his retirement in 2012.
Michael Domagalski, Secretary
Michael is a retired director of information services for the Los Angeles- based nonprofit Self-Realization Fellowship, serving a worldwide membership. He first moved to Port Costa at age 15, and was present during
the formation of the Society in the 1970s. After moving back to Port Costa he joined the board in 2016.
Anne Mann, Treasurer
Anne works as an RN at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center. She has lived in Port Costa since 2004 and has been active in the Port CostaConservation Society since the third day she moved to town. In 2007 she became a board member and has served as treasurer since 2016.
Suzanne Statler, Financial Secretary
Suzanne is a retired corporate program manager, staffing and career transition consultant, and now substitute teacher. She is the co-Founder of the Port Costa Museum & Archives Project (managed and operated by the
PCCS) and has volunteered at the School.