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Meet the Board
Leia works for the City of Eugene, leading the office of the Police Auditor, which provides community oversight of Eugene's police department. She received a wonderful education from independent schools, and she was drawn to Oak Hill to provide a similar educational experience for her two children. She has been part of the Oak Hill Community since 2018, and she was honored to join the Board in March of 2020. She was elected Board Chair in July of 2021, and she is deeply committed to the school and its success.
Dan comes to OHS after a career in consumer affairs and nonprofit organization administration. He retired in 2013 after 33 years at Consumer Reports in Yonkers, NY. His work there included working with the Board of Directors and advocacy offices, facilities planning, and business policies review. His last position there was Labor Relations Director and Ethics Officer. Prior to that he worked as a consumer fraud investigator in San Diego, and was the first Executive Director of the California Public Interest Research Group (CalPIRG). He has a BA from Syracuse University and an MA from San Diego State University, both in American Studies. Between degrees he spent four years as an Air Force officer. His interests include gardening, woodworking, and current events.
Danís interest in OHS stems from his two grandchildren, Madeline (Class of 2027) and Jolie Moore (Class of 2030). Prior to relocating to Eugene last year, Dan and his wife, Donna, rarely missed Grandparents Day, flying out from New York for the event. Heís thrilled to have a shorter trip to OHS events, and to be part of an exceptional institution.