Bryan Devore, Chair
Bryan Devore is a Realtor and the Direction of the Senior Division for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties. As a Senior Real Estate Specialist, he focuses on providing a variety of resources for his clients to help them transition to the next chapters of their lives. He is proud to be serving seniors through his own Senior Savers Foundation and the Foundation for Senior Wellbeing.
Rachel Currington, Secretary
Rachel is a financial advisor with Edward Jones. She became involved with the Foundation for Senior Wellbeing after attending an event at the request of a friend, and because she believes in the importance of community support for seniors. Born in the UK, Rachel moved to the US in 2001 with her husband Mike, and spent several years at home raising her daughters Evie and Charlotte. During this time she served as a library volunteer, and as a board member of the Friends of the Carlsbad Library. Later she became heavily involved in PTA - planning events and fundraisers, and becoming a board member at both the school and district level. Today she is Executive Vice President of Vista Unified Council of PTAs, and Parliamentarian at Mission Vista PTSA. When not volunteering, you'll often find Rachel at a local Trivia night with her husband and friends, or traveling around the world with her family.
Alison Driessen, RNC, Immediate Past Chair
A retired Registered Nurse with a diverse background in hospital administration, home health care, marketing and non profit agency administration. Her extended family lives and has an agricultural business in San Marcos and her grand children attend school there. She has successfully written and managed large grants for both non profit agencies and hospitals.
Rebecca Steiner, MS Gerontology, Past Program Manager
In her earlier education Rebecca earned a degree as a paralegal, working in the legal arena for both state and federal governments. Seeing firsthand the complex issues of aging when dealing with her own aging parents led to the decision for a career change, getting her Bachelor’s and then her Master of Science in Gerontology. She has prior experience working in the non-profit field and was instrumental in creating a senior services program for a large local non-profit. Her education and work experience give her an extremely broad ability and perspective in working with older adults of all socioeconomic groups, genders, and races. She laid the groundwork for the Foundation’s Information Resource Center as well as being its first program manager. Rebecca has served as a past board secretary for the Foundation. She has been a member of the San Marcos Lions club since 2010 and has held the positions of secretary and president. She loves to read, travel, camp, and do a little gardening.