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Valley Humane Society Welcomes 2 New Board Members

Elisabeth Au-Yeung and Gina Piper have been appointed to the board of directors.

Information from Valley Humane Society—

Valley Humane Society (VHS) is pleased to announce that Elisabeth Au-Yeung and Gina Piper have been appointed as new members to the board of directors. 
Ms. Au-Yeung is vice president of marketing at Sensiba San Filippo LLP (SSF), a leading Northern California-based CPA and business consulting firm. She looks forward to working with the VHS board to leverage her more than 17 years of experience directing global and domestic marketing departments in such high-caliber companies as KPMG LLP, Deloitte Consulting, and PeopleSoft, and “contribute to this wonderful organization.” Ms. Au-Yeung and her family have lived in the Valley for more than 10 years. 

Ms. Piper is a successful realtor of more than 18 years and a Pleasanton native. She has served in multiple leadership roles, including President of the Valley Marketing Association, President of the Women’s Council of Realtors, Director of the Bay East Association of Realtors, and Director of the California Association of Realtors. Ms. Piper is currently a member of the City of Pleasanton Economic Vitality Committee, a board member of Pleasanton Rotary North, and creator of the local Facebook page “Living in Pleasanton.” Giving back to the community which has given her so much is important to her. 

Ms. Au-Yeung and Ms. Piper join a board of well-respected Tri-Valley professionals and animal lovers, including Board Chair Pamela Ott, the City of Pleasanton’s Economic Development Director; Treasurer Scott Paull, Senior Vice President of global supply chain and corporate operations at KLA Tencor; Secretary Phillip Vermont, partner at Randick, O’Dea & Tooliatos LLP; and Executive Committee Officer Lisa Hazlewood, Senior Manager of Human Resources at Equinix, Inc. For more information about Valley Humane Society leadership, please visit 
valleyhumane.org/aboutvhs/board-of-directors. 


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