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Mary Bihr

Mary Bihr, Board Member
Vice President, Global Publishing, LucasArts, a division of Lucasfilm (retired)

Mary Bihr joined Buckelew’s Board of Directors in March, 2018. In her prior career as a business executive, Mary oversaw worldwide sales and marketing for a division of Lucasfilm. For over 20 years, she worked to establish the Star Wars and Indiana Jones brands in interactive entertainment. Her journey from commercial enterprises to Buckelew is a personal one, having lived through the struggle and tragedy of a family member who suffered from mental illness. Buckelew was a beacon during those dark times. Mary now serves on charitable boards and focuses on causes that provide hope and support for individuals and for families.


Stan Moore

Stan Moore, Board Chair
Attorney (retired)

Stan Moore retired from a career in law.  He became acquainted with Buckelew Programs as a member of a volunteer team of consultants organized by Stanford Business School and currently serves as Board Vice President.

Impressed with the caliber and the caring attitude of the staff, Stan considers Buckelew’s services to be a vital part of the social infrastructure in the North Bay. Stan graduated from Columbia University Law School and Indiana University. 


Scott Maclise

Scott Maclise, 
Investment Advisor/Wealth Manager

Scott Maclise joined the Buckelew Board of Directors in January 2014. He is a self-employed investment advisor/wealth manager with over 35 years of experience in the field of finance. Buckelew’s mission is close to Scott’s heart because of his own personal family experience with mental illness and addiction, and he is passionate about speaking out against stigma. 

Scott has lived or worked in Marin for over 55 years. He enjoys golf, hiking, camping and travel.


Doug Brown

Doug Brown, Vice Chair
National Sales Management, Morgan Stanley Investment Management (retired)

Doug Brown joined Buckelew's Board of Directors in July 2014. He retired in 2011 after working in the financial services industry for 28 years. Before joining Morgan Stanley he practiced law in Colorado. His work as a Public Defender in Boulder provided him with a lifelong belief in the importance of programs like those offered by Buckelew. 

Doug graduated from Colorado College. He received his JD from the University of Colorado and his Masters in Taxation from Golden Gate University. One of his great joys in retirement is tutoring second-graders at San Rafael’s Sun Valley School through AARP Experience Corps. Doug and his wife Alice have 2 adult daughters.


Dr. Diana Demetrulias

Dr. Diana Demetrulias, Board Member
Higher Education Consultant

Dr. Diana Demetrulias joined the Buckelew Board of Directors in 2014. Prior to her retirement, she served as Provost at Notre Dame de Namur University and as Vice Provost at California State University, Stanislaus. She continues to provide consultant work for universities and non-profit organizations in her areas of special expertise: higher education accreditation, assessment, gender equity, grant writing, and service learning. Her community service involvement has included crises centers for women and children, homeless shelters, arts councils, Boy and Girl Scouts of America, among others. Diana has been active in the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) in support of those facing the challenges of mental illness. She is dedicated to contributing to the excellence of Buckelew Programs.


Jack Scott

Jack Scott, Board Member
Faculty Member, College of Marin

Jack Scott teaches Fine Art at the College of Marin in Kentfield. His sister is dealing with a severe mental illness, so Jack’s interest in Buckelew is personal. Jack recently re-joined the Buckelew Board of Directors after a 10 months hiatus. He previously served on the Board since 2005. His extensive knowledge of the art world has been put to good use with Marin/Scapes, an Art Exhibition & Sale that benefits Buckelew Programs.




John Curtis, Ph.D.

John Curtis, Ph.D., Board Member
Clinical Psychologist

John is a clinical psychologist in private practice in San Francisco; he also teaches at the University of California, San Francisco.  He has been a resident of Marin County for over 25 years.  John's initial contact with FSA occurred more than 25 years ago when he gave a talk to the clinical staff on brief psychotherapy.  He joined FSA’s board based on his awareness of the agency’s important mission. 

John is the father of two adult children and has recently become a grandparent.


Judy Kramer

Judy Kramer, Board Secretary
Program Manager, Experience Corps Marin

Judy joined the Buckelew board in June 2015. She manages a non-profit focused on childhood literacy and the value of older volunteers: Experience Corps Marin uses volunteers aged 50+ as tutors to struggling readers in kindergartner-3rd grade at schools in San Rafael and Novato. When one of her volunteers introduced Judy to Buckelew, she was most impressed by the breadth of its services and its longevity.

Judy previously spent 2 decades at Bank of America in positions focused on large corporate clients. She has long been active as a volunteer and in leadership roles with a number of Bay Area non-profits. Judy has a BA from Harvard University and an MBA from UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business.


Liz Williamson

Liz Williamson, Board Member
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate

Liz Williamson joined the Buckelew Board of Directors at the end of 2014. Previously, she served as a board member for Family Service Agency (FSA) of Marin for 2 years. After FSA's merger with Buckelew Programs in 2012, Liz continued to lend her support as a member of the Auxiliary Committee for FSA.

Liz is passionate about Buckelew and its programs. Having been raised with a family member who was bi-polar and a cousin with schizophrenia, Liz knows the importance of having an organization that can provide recovery and hope for those who suffer with addiction and mental health issues.

Liz has joined the Board Development Committee and plans to contribute through fundraising and educating the public on Buckelew Programs. She has lived in Mill Valley for the past 22 years, is an avid cyclist, and works in residential real estate serving all of Marin County.


Mary T. McDevitt

Mary T. McDevitt, Board Member
Healthcare Communications Executive (semi-retired)

Mary McDevitt joined the Buckelew Board in August 2017. Mary retired from McKesson Corporation, a Fortune 5 global health care services company, where she held senior roles in corporate public affairs, strategic communications and program management for more than 15 years. Additionally, Mary brings 10 years of health care operations, business development and marketing in roles at WebMD, Health Management Technologies and Continental Medical Systems. Mary has a M.S. in Nursing from Vanderbilt University and a B.S. in Nursing from the University of San Francisco.

Mary became aware of Buckelew many years ago through its annual MarinScapes Fine Art Exhibit and Sale to benefit the organization’s programs. Now consulting on a part-time basis, Mary wanted to give back to a vital local organization that addresses the challenges of mental health and addiction which impact so many. Mary has lived in and enjoyed the beauty of Marin County since 1988.


Melissa Delaney

Melissa Delaney, Board Member
Higher Education Administrator

Melissa joined the Buckelew Board in January 2014. She grew up in the bay area and has called Marin home since 2002. While her early professional experiences were within the mental health and human services field, including work as a residential group home counselor, an HIV and AIDS health educator, and a crisis hotline supervisor, she ultimately pursued a career in higher education administration, working in the area of graduate enrollment management. Melissa has worked at several Bay Area universities, including the University of San Francisco, The Wright Institute, Saint Mary's College of California, and most recently, Dominican University of California where she served as Assistant Vice President of Enrollment for Graduate Admissions



Rowan Smith

Rowan Smith, Treasurer
Vice President of Internal Audit, Bank of Marin

Rowan Smith joined the Board of Directors in 2015. He currently serves as the Vice President of Internal Audit at Bank of Marin. Previously, he served for many years as a consultant to companies in the financial services and high tech industries. He holds a Master of Public Policy degree from the Kennedy School at Harvard University with an emphasis in Technology and Social Policy. He has had a life-long dedication to reducing the stigma of mental illness and increasing both public awareness and support for treating it. His younger sister has has battled the disease and related problems since childhood, and his brother succumbed to the interrelated and debilitating effects of major depression and substance abuse.