Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Terrie Creamer, President/Treasurer
Terrie has her B.S. in Electrical Engineering from USC and worked at Hewlett-Packard, where she hired, trained and managed a team of 15-20 Application Engineers, providing sales support and developing training programs. She has devoted her time to numerous school and community non profit boards such as the Friends of Saratoga Libraries, National Charity League, Saratoga Education Foundation, PTA, New Millennium Foundation at Los Gatos High School, AYSO- American Youth Soccer Organization, as well as other community organizations. Terrie has a strong background in fundraising, finance, and leading foundations.

Dee Sanfilippo, Secretary/Vice President
Dee received her Ph.D. from Stanford, an M.A. in French from SJSU and a Diplome de Langues et Lettres Francaises from the University of Aix-Marseille, France. Dee has been a high school, an SJSU and a Stanford instructor, a paralegal, and a commercial property manager and developer. Due to having lost her 47-year-old husband and her 68-year-old father to leukemia within nine months of one another, she has devoted her time to finding a cure for leukemia; since 2001, she has served on the Board of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, among other non-profits.

Robert L. Dunnett
Bob received his undergraduate degree from Oregon State University and his law degree from Boalt Hall, University of California, Berkeley. Mr. Dunnett has been a practicing lawyer for 39 years, mostly focusing on business and organizations. He currently serves on Boards which conduct business in various industries, including software, brokering and robotics. Prior to that he concentrated on international taxation. He served as general counsel/Secretary to Caw Networks before its purchase by Spirent and general counsel/Secretary to Baystone Software before its purchase by Remedy Corporation.

Tracey Enfantino
Tracey was educated at Archbishop Mitty High School and San Jose City College. Tracey has served on the SMSCF Board since its inception. Her past service on boards and in community groups includes Santa Clara Rotary (First woman member), Villa Montalvo Foundation, Triton Museum of Art and numerous other local non-profits. Tracey was raised in Los Gatos and resides in Monte Sereno.

Wanda Kownacki
Wanda holds a Master’s Degree in Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley, and a B.A. in Sociology, University of California, San Diego. Wanda has worked in the field of health care management for over twenty-five years. Wanda retired from health care management to spend more time with her family and pursue other interests. She is on the boards of the University of California Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive and the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. She is also an elected member of the Fallen Leaf Lake Community Services District Board.

Michael McLaughlin
Michael earned two engineering degrees from University of Michigan and holds eight US patents. He is a Silicon Valley entrepreneur, technologist and business executive leading marketing, engineering and business development teams in both large and small companies. He has considerable experience working internationally and is currently innovating next-generation gadgets at Motorola. Previously, he helped establish, grow and fund communications and Internet-related businesses. Michael is a supporter of Saratoga Music Boosters, Saratoga School PTA and Saratoga Educational Fund.

Marguerite McAfee
Marguerite holds two degrees from Chapman University. She was Director of Human Resources at a $50 million high technology company. Marguerite works as the President of P2 Capital, an LLC investing in programs and organizations dedicated the growth and development of community. She is or has been on the Board of NextStep Bridges, and numerous local non-profits. Marguerite provided the principal funding and served as design advisor for the Fieldhouse project at Mount Hermon, a family activity facility Marguerite was involved with the final construction phase of the McAfee Center at Saratoga High School.

Corinne Vita
Corrine holds a B.S. in Computer Science, University of Michigan and an MBA in Marketing from Golden Gate University. Corrine is a Sales Director with 25+ years experience in high tech companies; she is currently Director of Customer Development for Federspiel Controls, an energy efficiency company. She has two children in Saratoga Schools – Foothill Elementary and Redwood Middle School. She is Traffic Safety Commissioner for City of Saratoga, a Volunteer for Saratoga Education Foundation. Her interests include running in the annual Great Race.