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Meet the ACLC Board

We are grateful for the gifts of time and talent from the members of our skilled and dedicated working Board. The board is comprised of Learners, Alumni, Faculty, Administrators, and Community Members.

Michael McCaffrey, ACLC Lead Facilitator


Michael McCaffrey is excited to be ACLC's new Lead Facilitator. Bio and picture coming soon!

Robert Braithwaite, ACLC Facilitator

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Rob came to ACLC in 2016. Prior to that, he taught English at an international school in Sofia, Bulgaria. Rob holds a bachelors degree in English Literature and a master's in School Counseling. 

Growing up in a family of educators, teaching is in Rob's blood. He loves tying the curriculum directly to his learners' everyday lives and helping them to become thoughtful, proactive citizens of the world. In his spare time, Rob enjoys hiking, reading, drinking too much coffee, and spending time with his wife, twin infants, and two cats. 

Lynn Kameny, ACLC Facilitator

Lynn Kameny has been facilitating middle and high school English classes and various electives since 1997. She is one of ACLC's founding faculty members. She is currently facilitating English 1, English 2 and Senior Seminar. Having graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in English and receiving a credential from UCB’s Bay Area Writing Project, Lynn enjoys creating learning experiences and projects that make literature and language fun and accessible for learners.

Lynn feels passionately about ACLC's project-based learning model that emphasizes empowering learners to take control of their learning in a democratic community. The connections facilitators and learners build at ACLC create a dynamic learning environment that is engaging and drives her to constantly innovate in her classroom and in the ACLC community.

Lynn is also the proud parent of two ACLC alumni, class of 2006 and class of 2017.

Kimberly Golz-Skuta, ACLC Parent

Kimberly Golz-Skuta is the parent of a learner at ACLC and enjoys supporting ACLC’s dynamic learning environment and diverse community by serving on the ACLC Board.

For the last 7 years Kimberly has been supporting and advocating for the educational needs of children with an emphasis on literacy and STEM Education. Kimberly and her husband, Paul, are the founders of HS Guild 006, the Alameda Chapter of Curiosity Hacked, which is a learner centered nation-wide youth STEAM program founded in Oakland, CA.

Kimberly received a Political Science degree from George Mason University. Her experience includes 25 years in the Healthcare industry, specializing in Information Technology, Product Management and Consulting.

Anthony Steuer, ACLC Parent

Anthony SteuerTony is the proud parent of an ACLC Learner who will be graduating from ACLC in 2023. The ACLC learning process and the opportunities it offers learners for real life participation impress Tony. He enjoys supporting this community.  

Tony is the founder of the Insurance Literacy Institute and creator of The Insurance Bill of Rights. He has led the way in establishing a path for Insurance Literacy through his award winning Questions and Answers on Insurance Book Series. Tony has also served on multiple non-profit boards and is pleased to be contributing his experience to ACLC. Tony also serves as a senior analyst to Wikistrat. 

Jim Kaufman, Community Member

Photo and bio coming soon...

Sagiah Mohamed, ACLC Learner

Photo and bio coming soon...

Lauryn Nakamura, ACLC Learner

Lauryn Nakamura is a member of ACLC's class of 2020. She started with CLCS Schools in fourth grade and has attended ACLC since seventh grade. She takes an active role in the ACLC Leadership Class, serves on various ACLC committees, and loves finding new ways to make ACLC more spirited!

Lauryn is passionate about ACLC’s aim to educate the leaders of tomorrow. She hopes to pass down her love of leadership to younger learners and led this year's New Learner Bridge Orientation with that in mind. Lauryn is a “Robert’s Ruler” in ACLC’s leadership class and a Girl Scout with Troop 30108.  This past summer, she worked at Camp Galileo as a summer intern and attended Rotary Youth Leadership Awards where she helped lead a service project focused on immigration advocacy.

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