Jessica Torres – Executive Vice President
Jessica joined the Junior League of San Jose in 2018 after transferring from the Junior League of Pasadena. She has served as a New Member chair and Membership Transformation team lead. Jessica has also served on the Community Partnership Committee, as well as fund development and special event ad hoc committees. This is her second year serving on the Board of JLSJ as the At-Large Director, Sustainability and now as EVP. She received her MCM from USC and spent a decade working in tech startups before moving to the Bay Area and volunteering full time. When she’s not volunteering she loves doing ceramics and playing indoor soccer.
Candace Cornelius – Leadership Development VP
Candace joined the Junior League of San Jose in 2018 after transferring from the Junior League of Phoenix. She is very passionate about developing the potential of women and positively impacting her community. Candace has served on a variety of committees including VRL, Retention & Recruitment, Rummage and the President Elect’s Advisory Board. In addition to the Junior League, she also volunteers her time with iMentor. Professionally, Candace works as a Strategic Account Manager for Cisco supporting the public sector. When she is not working or giving back, Candace enjoys cooking, traveling and spending time with her loved ones.
Anne Souza – Community VP
Anne joined the Junior League in 2017. Her first placement in the League was SPAC (now the advocacy committee). Some of her favorite events are Day at the Capitol and the Volunteer Recognition Luncheon. She was Community VP last year and is excited about continuing in the role this year. She wants to ensure that the community impact is well organized work that is member centric offering meaningful experiences. She shares about our focus area with League members, community partners, and the broader community every chance she gets. Outside of JLSJ Anne has been a Manager at California Sports Center in the Cambrian Area for 20 years. She is currently on the Civic Improvement Commission in Campbell where she worked with the youth commission to host 4 successful youth job fairs along with resume writing and interviewing workshops. She founded Campbell Cares which promotes mental health awareness and suicide prevention. Anne was appointed to the First 5 commission of Santa Clara County by Supervisor Susan Ellenberg to represent District 4. She is running for Campbell City Council in November, 2020. Anne and her husband Kevin are avid Sharks and Giants fans. They have 2 labradoodles Sochi and Marleau.
Cindy Bullock – Sustainer VP
Cindy joined the Junior League of San Jose in 1994 after transferring from the Junior League of Dallas. Throughout her League career she has been the Treasurer, Membership Chair, Nominating Chair, Business Manager to the Rummage Sale, Finance Vice President, Sustaining Council to the Board, and the Endowment Fund Advisory Board President. Cindy also is a Board Member for Greater Opportunities for the Developmentally Disabled, where she serves as the Treasurer and Secretary. Currently, Cindy works part time at the Children’s Discovery Museum in downtown San Jose as the Accounting Assistant. In her spare time, Cindy enjoys playing tennis, hiking, biking and watching any college or professional sporting events.
Sarah Schwegler- Finance VP
Sarah joined the Junior League of San Jose in 2017. She has served as a New Member Mentor and Treasurer of the JLSJ Derby Event. Professionally, Sarah is the Chief Financial Officer of Ocean’s Halo, a fast-growing CPG start up. In her free time, Sarah enjoys sailing, skiing, hiking and updating her 1920’s home with her husband.
Gini Bossenbroek- Assistant to the Executive Vice President and President-Elect-Elect
Gini joined the Junior League of San Jose in 2015. She has served on our Membership Council as a New Member Mentor and Member Resource Co-Chair, Communications Council, Nominating Committee, and now on Fund Development and as our EVP Assistant. Outside of the League Gini loves reading, hiking, and being crafty, including a huge home renovation where she gets to design her dream home. Gini spends her time being a stay at home mom to two little ones and supporting her community and social justice through volunteer work. She is a Girl Scout Leader, serves on the board of her son’s preschool, is the Fundraising Chair and Inclusion Chair for the PTA at her daughters school, among other smaller roles in local organizations.
Not Profiled: Laura Duganne – Fund Development VP; Marit MacDonald – Sustainer VP