Our board members represent a broad cross-section of Clairemont who are all volunteers committed to keeping Clairemont great. Below is a list of a few of the activities the CTC has recently supported:
Supporting local schools through grants for closure prevention and teacher retention, sporting equipment, Junior Achievement, Snow day incentive functions leading to improved test scores.
Eden Yaege has lived in the Bay Ho area of Clairemont since 2007 with her husband, Kyle Yaege; 3 pugs; and a Siamese cat. Her favorite place in Clairemont is the dog park west of the Cadman Recreation Center. She has worked in the Kearny Mesa area of Clairemont since 2004 as general counsel at a real estate development company. Prior to that Eden attended Humboldt State University and graduated with her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in psychological research. She also attended the University of Illinois at Chicago PhD program in Social Psychology, prior to participating in the formation of a telecom-related company and then becoming owner-operator of a steak and seafood restaurant in Texas. Upon settling back in California, Eden moved to San Diego to be near family. She attended and completed the USD Paralegal Program and then received a JD at California Western School of Law. She is currently involved in a variety of community organizations and is the President of her law school Alumni Association. She loves living in Clairemont and is excited to contribute to the Clairemont community through her position on the Clairemont Town Council. She can be reached directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ryan Trabuco was unaimously re-elected to an unprecedented fourth term as President of the Clairemont Town Council in November 2015. Trabuco joined the Clairemont Town Council in 2010. Born and raised in Texas, he moved to California in 2004, and has lived in the San Diego area since 2007. He has dedicated countless hours to public and community service, and serves on the Board of Directors for several non-profit, community advocacy organizations.
Trabuco served on the County’s Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board for two terms, providing oversight of the County’s treatment and rehabilitation programs, and advised the Board of Supervisors on alcohol and drug prevention policy. He also served on the San Diego County Juvenile Justice Commission, where he provided oversight on the administration and maintenance of facilities within the county’s juvenile court system.
During the day, he works as Director of Operations for Five Star Escrow and Real Talk San Diego, a block of business and financial programming on ESPN Radio 1700AM.
“A person who never took a chance, never had a chance” is a saying that resonates at the root level of my passion, not in the sense of Risk, but in the context of Action. If an organization does not strive to take the lead, then they have lost before they begin.” - Stephen Groce
I have lived in the Clairemont area since I moved to San Diego in 1999: seven years in the Fox Run community near Genessee Blvd., and for the past eight years in Bay Ho on Cadden Way with my wife, Nancy Hanssen, a professor at the University of San Diego.
I am a 30-year Navy veteran, graduating as a member of the great Class of 1968, and retiring in 1994 as a Captain, Supply Corps, US Navy. In post-Navy retirement, I have worked as a Contract Administration Manager for three US Government contractors, currently for the past five years for Tetra Tech EC, Inc., an environmental remediation contractor for the Navy.
I serve as a Board Member of the US Naval Academy Alumni Association, San Diego Chapter; and as Secretary-Treasurer of the San Diego Baseball Umpires Association: we umpire youth baseball games in San Diego County, including the Clairemont Hilltoppers Little League. I attend St. David’s Episcopal Church in Bay Park, and Nancy and I live quietly in Bay Ho with our four dogs and a cat.