Jeanette Roache, Founder/President of Board of Directors/Executive Director
Ms. Roache has over twenty-five exness mt4 years experience working in local, state and federal government. She has worked on White House Advance teams and served in top-level staff positions for two former San Diego City Council members and a California State Legislator. Her professional and result oriented manner in which she conducts business has gained her respect across the aisle in the political arena. In 1990 she resigned her position as Staff Vice President and Director of Community Affairs for the Building download mt4 exness Industry Association of San Diego to establish J. Roache Enterprises, Inc., a full governmental/public relations and marketing firm. In 1996 she took a leave of absence from her business to become Program Director in charge of donor relations and the national expansion of the Computers for Schools Program in California. Her desire to do more to equip under-served schools with computers and address a larger community of disadvantaged individuals and organizations in need of computers and training, founded the Technology Training Foundation of America in 1998. For her work in this area she received the distinguished George Washington Medal of Honor by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge – San Diego Chapter. A recipient of numerous awards, Jeanette was named a Woman Who Means Business finalist in 2002, and in 2003 named a Woman of Accomplishment by Soroptimist International of San Diego. In 2004 she was named Soroptimist of the Year by SI San Diego. Ms. Roache was selected for inclusion in the 2005-2006 edition of the Manchester Who’s Who Registry of Executives and Professionals as a Lifetime member. Through the Technology Training Foundation of America, she is taking pride in helping bridge the ‘digital divide’.

Affiliations: Soroptimist International San Diego, Past President/Board of Directors; SI Desert Coast Region Leadership Team; San Diego County Regional Teen Center/Harmonium Inc. (Former Board Member); San Diego Building Industry Assoc. (Former Member); San Diego & Imperial County Beverage & Restaurant Assoc. (Former Board Member); San Diego Citizens Review Board on Police Practices (Former Member); San Diego Charter Review Commission (Former Member); Greater San Diego Chamber of Commerce Local Government Advisory Board (Former Member); Nice Guys San Diego (14 Year Board Member); Klassic Kids Day Care-Harmonium Inc.; (Former Fundraiser/Advisory Committee); Air Force Civic Leaders Group (Former Member); Crime Victims Fund and Stamp Out Crime Council (Former Board Member); Women’s Fellowship-Community Church of Poway, (Seven Term President); 2004/05 Chair of Pastoral Search Committee –Community Church of Poway; 2006 Head Trustee – Community Church of Poway, 2004 Chair - Home of Guiding Hands Heart & Hand Ball.

Keri Janak TTFA Treasurer
Ms. Janak is a teacher in the Ramona Unified School District in Ramona, CA. She has her State of California Professional, Clear, Multiple Subject Teaching Credential with CLAD (Cross-Cultural Language and Academic Diversity) emphasis from Cal State San Marcos, College of Education. She has a B.A. in Communications with a Minor in Law and Society from the University of California, San Diego. In the early 1990’s Ms. Janak worked for Advocate School of Ramona. Prior to her current teaching profession, she was an Administrative Assistant to 5th District, San Diego County Supervisor Bill Horn.

Affiliations: Barnett Elementary School PTA, Olive Pierce Middle School PTA, Ramona Pony League, Ramona Soccer League, and Trinity Baptist Church of Poway AWANA Program.

Dr. Jean Roesch TTFA Secretary
A graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University where she earned BA and MA degrees in Education and Guidance and Counciling, Dr. Roesch has been in secondary education for over 30 years. During this time, she has held positions as Dean of Students, Assistant Principal, Counselor, and teacher. She received her Ed. D degree in Education Administration from United States International University. Dr. Roesch retired in the fall of 2005 from the Sweetwater Union High School District in the Alternative Program serving grades seven through twelve. Dr. Roesch was elected to the Southwestern College Board of Trustees in 2000 and served as its President in 2004. She currently retains her position as a trustee. Previously, she served ten years on the Coronado Unified School District Board of Trustees.

Affiliations: California Elected Women’s Association for Education and Research, Past President of Soroptimist International Coronado, Downtown San Diego Kiwanis Club, Board of Directors for Laurels for Leaders, Board of Directors of Goodwill International and Chair of their Rehabilitation and Human Resources Committee.

Joyce F. "Sunny" Mojonnier
Ms. Mojonnier is a former elected representative in the California State Legislature - 75th Assembly District having served from 1982-1990. During her terms in office she served on the Rules Committee, Ways & Means, Judiciary, Governmental Organizations, Education, Subcommittee on Education Reform, Labor and Economic Development & New Technologies Committees, to name a few. While in office she successfully authored legislation to provide for year-round schools and more human treatment for child victims in the courtroom and the establishment of children’s waiting rooms at courthouses. She is the founding member and chairperson of the California State Games and member since 1982 of the California Elected Women's Association for Education & Research. Ms. Mojonnier resides in Sacramento where she is an independent consultant and former Executive Director of the Sacramento YWCA.

Affiliations: California State Games, Founding member/Chair; Capitol Network, Founder, Past President; CA Elected Women’s Assoc. for Education & Research; California Medical Assistance Commission-former Speaker of Assembly Appointee; California Film Commission, former Governor Appointee; California Sea Grants Commission, former Governor Appointee; Member of Starlight; Member Civic Light Opera Sacramento; Member B’Nai Brith.

Eugene Yee
Mr. Yee is a third grade instructor at Hedenkemp Elementary School in the Chula Vista Elementary School District in San Diego County. Besides teaching multiple subjects, he instructs multimedia technology including computer technology across the curriculum to students. He is also an adjunct professor of Education at Chapman University where he teaches a course in "Diversity, Social Justice, and Change". Mr. Yee has an MBA and Bachelor of Science Degree from San Diego State University. Prior to his current teaching profession he was Director of Finance and Administration for Olelo: The Corporation for Community Television in Honolulu, Hawaii and was Vice President of Community Relations at Cox Cable San Diego for ten years where he also served as Director of Finance and Administration overseeing a $120 million budget. Mr. Yee was founding Director and member for Community Service Cable Television from 1980-1990 and served as President during its last two years. He has extensive experience in Community service and has received numerous gubernatorial appointments over the years.

Affiliations: Hedenkemp PTA, Diamond Member, Eastlake PTA, Myrtle Finney School PTA, Peace Officers Shrine Club, Al Bahr Shrine; Scottish Rite, San Diego County, San Diego Lodge #35, F&AM, and the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Reserves.

Jennifer Keller
Ms. Keller is the former Assistant Dean of Admissions for Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, CA. She served in this capacity with the law school for over 35 years. Ms. Keller’s legal background and leadership bring significant credibility and thoroughness to all actions and activities performed by the foundation. Her community involvement through service club activities assist with contact opportunities and help identify schools and non-profit organizations meeting TTFA’s placement criteria.

Affiliations: Member Law School Admissions Council, Member American Council Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, Pacific Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, member American Law Schools Association, Past Advisory Board Member of Technology Training Foundation of America, Board Member Soroptimist International of San Diego, and Past President Soroptimist International San Diego.

Donald Williams
Don Williams is Vice President of Operations support for Time Warner Cable’s San Diego Division.  In this capacity, he manages employee teams in the following areas of the company:  Information Technology, Network Operations Center, Dispatch Operations, Quality Control and Billing.  These functions support front-line employees, in providing service to more than 345,000 residential and business subscribers in San Diego and the Desert Cities area of California.

An industry veteran, Don has more than 25 years experience managing engineering and technical operations departments with accountability for network and overall performance.

Don joined Time Warner Cable - San Diego division as director of engineering operations in  2002, where his teams managed the 24/7 network operations center and digital video departments.  Prior to Time Warner Cable, Don was the technical operations manager for Daniels Cablevision, Inc. of Carlsbad, CA (now Adelphia) where he played an integral role in virtually all business and operating decisions.   

Don’s vast problem solving and information technology and network operations background adds tremendously to TTFA’s ability to carry out its mission to provide state of the art computer technology in a timely manner to help prepare students for our technological world.

Affiliations: Director on the San Diego chapter of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE).

Advisors to Board:
Jan R. Anton, CEO/President eSchool Profile

Larry Stirling, Judge Ret.,Former State Legislator/Senator

Professional Services:
Danny Gotses, CPA (Provides Accounting Services/ 990 Reporting)