Sean has been a part of the Y since 1998, and believes wholeheartedly in the Y's cause.
Director of Outdoor Education
Kyyio is passionate about getting people into nature, exploring and learning about how we are all connected. As the Director of Outdoor Education, she strives to create inclusive programming where all people feel welcome. She holds a BA in Environmental Ed, a MA in Education, & a Waldorf Teaching credential. Kyyio has worked at Point Bonita YMCA since 2001.
Rochelle has worked as Reservations Coordinator since 2007. She enjoys introducing others to the great outdoors and connecting people to nature. Rochelle is a SF 49ers Faithful and an avid fan of all things Disney.
Director of Food Services
Mark was born and raised in northern California, and truly feels fortunate to live in such an amazing area. After working in Yosemite for four seasons, he began his management career with Marriott hotels. He is excited to combine his love of nature with a great opportunity to join the Point Bonita YMCA team.
Administrative Services Director
Xavier developed an appreciation for the outdoors while playing sports throughout his life. Originally from Southern California, he enjoys living in Marin County and discovering new destinations to explore throughout the area. When not outdoors, he loves rooting for the Dodgers and Lakers, or talking about movies.
Outdoor Education Coordinator
Leah has been with the Y since 2010, joining the Point Bonita team from her former home in the redwoods. Growing up playing on the shores of Lake Michigan, she is passionate about providing opportunities for people to connect with the outdoors, traveling wherever and whenever possible, and the ocean, sunsets, coyotes, & owls outside her office door.
Rebecca has worked in the same program that first inspired her interest in the outdoors, almost 20 years ago now. She is passionate about the YMCA programs because she knows first-hand of its impact, and have made it her focus to ensure everyone has support in accessing their green spaces in a healthy and engaging way!