Board of Directors

Michele McGarraugh, Chair

Michele McGarraugh is an Alameda native who has served on the Alameda Point Collaborative Board of Directors for the past eight years. Her experience as the owner of an investigation firm for the past 37 years has enabled her to contribute a multitude of skills to the APC mission. Chief among them are coordination, planning, and inclusiveness.

Keith McCoy, Vice Chair

Keith McCoy is President and a Founding Partner of UrbanMix Development, LLC. With more than 30 years in the real estate development industry, he has a broad range of experience and expertise in developing mixed income/mixed use neighborhoods. Keith has held senior management positions with international development companies and has established new development operations in Northern California. He is passionate about creating enduring communities and providing housing opportunities for people at all economic levels.

Kathleen Köster, Treasurer

Kathleen Köster brings over 18 years of progressive corporate experience, working with lawyers, doctors, pharmacists & consultant executives, nationally and internationally, in the not-for-profit and for-profit sectors. After living in many states and abroad, Kathleen moved to Alameda nearly 10 years ago and could not imagine a better place to live.

Tami Flores, Secretary

Tami Flores has spent over ten years in the alternative assets industry in operational roles and many years building community through volunteer work in the Bay Area. She is passionate about addressing the housing crisis and creating paths for everyone to obtain a better quality of life. Currently a resident of Oakland, she fell in love with Alameda fifteen years ago and hopes to retire on the island.

James Edison, Board Member

James Edison is the Managing Principal for Willdan Financial Services. He specializes in the nexus between public and private, with particular experience in public private partnerships, and the benefits of economic development to municipalities, and state, provincial, regional and national governments. His public sector experience includes local and regional economic impact studies; fiscal impact evaluations; new government formation strategies; and the creation of impact fees, assessments and special taxes to fund infrastructure and public facilities.

Doris Ung, Board Member

Doris Ung is Head of Mobile Financial Services at Juvo, a software company that establishes financial identities for the billions of people worldwide who are creditworthy, yet financially excluded. She has also worked at Wells Fargo, Charles Schwab as well as various media companies. In addition to serving on the Board, she volunteers her time with the Friends of Alameda Library.

Pamela Jordon-Woodard, Board Member

Pamela Jordon-Woodard has several years experience working with non-profit organizations. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Arizona State Board of Regents Commission, The California Youth Services Coalition, It’s My Miracle, and Embracing the Dream. She has also served as an Advisor to the Board of Directors for Girls Inc., American Heart Association, and Bay Area Community Connection. Pamela has initiated capital campaigns, fundraising strategies, and secured grants resulting in a supplement of over 8.7 million to fund several programs. Pamela is an ordained minister, and a former Dean of Students at the School of Urban Mission. Currently, she is co-founding a non-profit called the Kobe Project that educated communities and improves the lives of those who are affected by mental health conditions.

Rosalind Pellom, Board Member

Rosalind Pellom has been Certified in Alcohol and Drug Studies since 1999, attaining her certification from Diablo Valley College. In 2019, she returned to school to complete her Associates Degree in Psychology from the College of Alameda.
“Helping others is what I enjoy doing.”

Randy Rentschler, Board Member

Randy Rentschler is a graduate of Michigan State with a BS in Business and Economics and has been the Metropolitan Transportation Commission Director of Legislation and Public Affairs since 2000.