Board of Directors

Ashlea Boyer
President

Ashlea Boyer: Is a native of Pismo Beach, having moved here from South Lake Tahoe when she was just four years old. An Alumni of Arroyo Grande High School, she then attended the University of California at Santa Barbara, graduating with a degree in English Literature. After college, she spent 5 successful years working her way up to Management Editor of a national fitness magazine in Southern California, working for two of the three largest West Coast publishing houses.

Ashlea return to the Central Coast for her wedding and stayed raise her family. She joined the family business in 2003 and began leading the Pismo Beach Homes Team with her Mother, Kathi Foster in real estate. Ashlea has been a leading real estate agent in the Pismo Beach area for 10 years, and has developed a strong client following in the area based on her dedication to our community and outstanding customer service. Our team, The Pismo Beach Homes Team, has been awarded the Quadruple Gold level awards consistently over the past 5 years with Keller Williams Realty. She has been named more than once as the “Agent of the Quarter”.

In 2011, Ashlea was presented with the “Top 20 Under 40” award by the San Luis Obispo County Community Foundation for her professional excellence and profound commitment to the community. Ashlea lives in Arroyo Grande, California with her husband and son and she enjoy running on the beach, volunteering, pilates, snowboarding and the occasional scuba diving. She’s active in many industry, community service and non-profit organizations and serves on the board of the Rotary Club of Pismo Beach, the Clark Center for the Performing Arts, and the Agent Leadership Council for Keller Williams Realty.

Nan Fowler
Past President
 Nan Fowler, owner of Nan’s Pre-Owned Books is a long time resident of the South County. After years in the medical field, she opened her store 22 years ago. Since that time she has been active in local politics, Chambers of Commerce and the Grover Beach Community Library. In 2001, she was honored by the State of California Chamber of Commerce for her business activities. In 2002 she was named one of Cuesta College’s Women of Distinction and in 2007 was named the Arroyo Grande Citizen of the years. She is the proud mother and grandmother of Kristi, Kassi and Jake Turner.
Corki Clark Henderson
Treasurer
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Corki Clark Henderson graduated from Arroyo Grande High School in 1974, having been nominated “All Around Senior” AND “Class Clown”.  Following one of her music performances in the High School gymnasium, Corki’s parents decided that the High School seriously needed a proper venue for the students to perform. This began the 28 year journey her family would take towards funding a State-of-the-Art Performing Arts Center. Corki completed Paralegal classes from Sacred Heart University and Bridgeport University, in Connecticut.
When she returned to California, Corki worked at the Grover City Municipal Court in the Civil/Small Claims division. When it came time  for Corki and her husband, Les Henderson, to start a family of their own, Corki went to work with her father, Clifford H. Clark, as his Paralegal, in order to keep her children out of daycare. She was able to bring both of her daughters to work for the first few years of their lives. Corki has worked in Cliff’s law office since 1989. She now has a practice of her own as a licensed Professional Fiduciary, in addition to having served as Director on the Boards of the Grover Beach Community Library, Exploration Station, and Youth Arts Academy of the Central Coast.

 

 Nathan Alvarado

 Nathan Alvarado is a financial consultant for Wells Fargo Advisors for twenty years, Nathan is also the Arroyo Grande Branch Manager. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Arroyo Grande Community Hospital and has assisted Lucia Mar Unified School District committees for community oversight. He and his family are active members of 4-H.  Nathan was on the Clark Center Foundation Board for many years.
Joe Brittingham
 
 Joe Brittingham is originally from Lompoc, California and relocated to Santa Barbara in 1987 to attend the University of California at Santa Barbara. Following graduation from UCSB, San Luis Obispo County became home as he began his career in financial planning in Pismo Beach in 1996. Joe has been in practice for 20 years serving San Luis Obispo County investors and obtained his CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certification in 2006. He and his team at Brittingham Financial Group specialize in Estate Planning Considerations, Portfolio Risk Management, and Retirement Income Planning. Joe has been married for over 21 years, and has 4 children. He is actively involved in the Arroyo Grande Rotary, and is a member of the Estate Planning Council for San Luis Obispo County, and on the board of the South County Education Foundation for Lucia Mar Unified School District.  He enjoys public speaking and educating investors. Joe coaches local youth baseball and youth soccer and his interests include fitness, yoga, kitesurfing, and keeping a healthy lifestyle. Joe also spent several years on the Clark Center Foundation Board and had been a sponsor in the
 Rena Dambly

Betsey Kelton
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Betsey and her husband Frank own San Luis Ambulance Service, Inc. and spend their days running the company. Having grown up an Army brat, Betsey has lived all over the US and five cities in Germany, moving into her 13th home on her 10th birthday. That probably began her love of travel. She has visited 47 countries so far.

 After living on the Central Coast for over 30 years, she loves this area and is always happy to come home. Extra time is spent working on events for the Clark Center and Boys & Girls Club of South SLO County.
 Sandy Lubin
   Jamie Maraviglia-Manalo

David Maislen

 

 David served in the US Air Force and then graduated from San Francisco State University with a BA in Personnel & Industrial Relations and went to work for General Electric.   While acting in various management positions with G E, he completed an Executive MBA at the Peter Drucker Graduate School of Management, part of the Claremont Colleges.  After retiring in 1996, David began keeping bees and developed his own brand “David’s Blue Ribbon Honey” when his products earned 18 blue ribbons at the 2001 Los Angeles County Fair including Best of Show.  His post-retirement activities are varied; he developed and owned a bus tour company, maintains an organic orchard, small organic farm, and apiary in Arroyo Grande.

David is a life member of the California Rare Fruit Growers and served on their board for 4 years.  David and his wife Joan are members of the Heritage Foundation supporting the Mid-State Fair, 4H,  and FFA endeavors.  They have supported the arts at Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts as well as the Clark Center since moving to Arroyo Grande in 2003.  David loves to travel the world, but there’s no place like home…Arroyo Grande!

Clark Center Performing Arts Association