Susan Catlin Stilwell

Susan Stilwell is the Founder and Chairman of the Board of AIM. Susan graduated cum laude from UCLA and received her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Santa Clara School of Law. After practicing law in San Francisco, Susan moved back to the Monterey Peninsula, where she was born and raised and is the owner and president of Stilwell, Inc., a hospitality company. She has served on numerous non-profit boards, including the SPCA Monterey County, Carmel Chamber of Commerce, and National Junior Tennis League in San Francisco, and was a member of the National Charity League and Carmel Rotary.

Jessica Canning

Jessica Canning joined Canning Properties Group, after spending ten years as the global research director of venture capital and private equity for Dow Jones. Jessica graduated from Santa Clara University in 2002 with a degree in economics. Over her career with Dow Jones, she managed teams in San Francisco, New York, London, Barcelona, and Shanghai, and also helped launch a corporate earnings data feed for algorithmic traders. A Pebble Beach native and alumnus of Stevenson school, she coaches their girls’ basketball team.

Bill Duffy

Bill Duffy as Chairman & CEO of BDA Sports Management, which he founded over 30 years ago, is one of the most successful and respected agents in professional sports. He represents more than 40 NBA players and over 100 professional basketball players internationally. Bill was a standout basketball player at Santa Clara University after starting his career at the University of Minnesota. He was selected in the fifth round of the 1982 NBA draft by the Denver Nuggets and in 2003 was inducted into SCU’s Athletic Hall of Fame. He previously has served on the boards of numerous educational, health care, and charitable organizations including the I Have a Dream Foundation and Brain Trust Committee to support brain research at Cedars-Sinai. He was also selected to the Martin Luther King Jr. International Board of Renaissance Leaders at Morehouse College and is currently a member of the Silicon Valley Black Chamber of Commerce.

The Honorable Stephanie Hulsey

The Honorable Stephanie Hulsey is a  California Superior Court Judge Monterey County and presides over The Juvenile Justice Court. Prior to being elected to the bench, Stephanie served for 16 years with the Monterey District Attorney’s Office, most recently as the Assistant District Attorney. Prior to her legal career, she earned her Bachelors and Masters from the Manhattan School of Music and found success in opera, off-Broadway musicals, and national musical tours. After returning to the central coast, Stephanie received her JD from the Monterey College of Law, where she has been an Adjunct Professor.

Dean Maynard

Dean Maynard is President of The Maynard Group, Inc., a telecommunications company based in Santa Cruz, which he founded during high school. He has served as an advisory board member with Cisco, is an ongoing SME speaker on hospitality communications systems, is a member of the QYTF steering committee, and is presently the chair of the Diversity Center Santa Cruz annual gala. His company is recognized as one of AT&T’s top partners and works with more than 3,000 clients. Dean volunteers in the community, assisting several organizations with event planning, logistics, and audiovisuals.

Lou Pambianco

Lou Pambianco is the Managing Director of Corporate Development Partners and the Chairman/CEO of Startup Sandbox, Inc., a bioscience incubator affiliated with the University of California Santa Cruz. Lou has over 35 years experience growing successful high technology companies. As Co-Founder and Managing Director of Corporate Development Partners, Lou has assisted early stage companies in achieving exceptional results by reducing cycle time and accelerating growth and building effective and enduring teams. Lou holds a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology and a BA in Humanities from Santa Clara University. He is a competitive ocean sailboat racer, and a member of the mono hull racers who have raced the Pacific Cup — San Francisco to Hawaii in six days.

Paul Roshka

Paul Roshka is a Partner in the Phoenix based law firm of Jennings Haug Cunningham. He has a national securities litigation and SEC, FINRA, and State agency investigation and enforcement defense practice. He graduated from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and the University of Connecticut School of Law.  He has chaired several non-profit boards including the Boards of Phoenix Children’s Hospital, the Hospital’s Foundation, the Hospital’s Children’s Cancer Center, and Phoenix Suns Charities. Paul and his family divide their year between Phoenix and Pacific Grove, CA.

Mark Stilwell

Mark Stilwell retired from senior management at Pebble Beach Company, where he still serves as a consultant on real estate and legal matters. Mark graduated cum laude from Yale and with highest honors from George Washington Law School, where he also served as Editor-in-Chief of The Law Review. Mark previously served on the Board of Trustees for Carmel Unified School District, an elected position from 2013-2019. He has served on numerous other boards, including Carmel Youth Baseball, Carmel Chamber of Commerce, and the Monterey Institute of International Studies.

Cynthia Hoff Trochu

Cynthia Hoff Trochu is the senior vice president, secretary and general counsel of Texas Instruments Incorporated since 2015.  She also serves as chief compliance officer, and is a director of the Texas Instruments Foundation.

Beyond her legal experience, Cynthia has served on the campaign cabinet of the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, the Board of Trustees of her undergraduate alma mater, Manchester University (Indiana), and the Audit Committee of the University of Texas at Dallas.  She currently serves on the executive board of the SMU Dedman School of Law as well as the Dallas Summer Musical’s Advisory Board.

In Memoriam: Jeffrey Capaccio

It is not everyday that someone comes along who makes everyone around him feel special. This was Jeff Capaccio. His passion, his zest for life, his taste for the fine food and drink and everything Italian – all made for someone whom everyone was drawn to. His passion carried over to his determination to help youth struggling with their mental health. Jeff joined the AIM Youth Mental Health Board several years ago and immediately started to recruit his friends to get involved. Jeff will be missed dearly.