Board of DirectorsEPA CAN DO Creators and Leaders
Mr. Miessi has resided in East Palo Alto since 1982. He became an East Palo Alto homeowner in 1998. He obtained a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University in 1982. Currently, he is an Associate with Structural Integrity Associates, an engineering consulting firm based in San Jose, California. Mr. Miessi also specializes in the fields of design, stress analysis and fracture mechanics. His goal is to see EPA CAN DO grow as a community based organization that will enhance the life of all East Palo Alto and Eastern Menlo Park residents.
William Byron Webster
Program Committee Chair
Mr. Webster has served on numerous community organizations in many capacities since January 1989 on behalf of the community and the city of East Palo Alto. He is currently President of the East Palo Alto council of Tenants Education Fund, he is currently Senior Member of the East Palo Alto rent Stabilization Board, and is the founder and Executive Director of the Global Freedom Arts Education Association commonly known as Freedom Arts.
Annette Prince Green
Ms. Green has been a resident of East Palo Alto for several years and has also attended high school and college in the area. She is an active member of the Open Bible Missionary Baptist Church in East Palo Alto. Annette is a self-employed accountant and also member of the local YMCA.
Mark B. Moulton
Mark Moulton is co-founder and Board Chair of Acqualogic, Inc. of Santa Cruz, California. Mark worked in the nonprofit sector in affordable housing from 1992 until 2015. He recently served four years as Executive Director to the Housing Leadership Council of San Mateo County and simultaneously as Executive Director to the Housing Endowment and Regional Trust of San Mateo County. Previously, he was Executive Director of Peninsula Habitat for Humanity serving for twelve years until 2005. He is an advisor to Sustainable San Mateo County, supporting the work of the organization for 20 years. He currently works with the Saving the West Project, a task force of the Center for the Study of the Force Majeure, of UCSC, on watershed and forest issues in the Sierra. He works on nuclear non-proliferation, with Tech4gs.org, a local nonprofit. Mark earned a BA in Studio Art from Stanford University.
Jane Theresa Jones is a resident of East Palo Alto. Jane grew up in the Pulgas Gardens area of East Palo Alto, and graduated from defunct Ravenswood High school. She attended San Jose State University where she earned a Bachelor’s degree. Jane has a passion for real estate she has been helping sellers get the highest and best price for their homes and assisting buyers with finding their dream home. Currently Jane is a member of The Creason Team at Keller Williams Realty. In addition to community service at EPA CANDO Jane is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Canopy Board of directors and member Palo Alto Historical Society.