Meet the Team
Our experienced team provides a safe, enjoyable environment where teenagers can engage in constructive, educational, and leisure activities to enrich the skills, prospects, and spirit of Galt area youth.
Annette Kunze, President
Annette has lived in Galt since 2001. She grew up in a small community along the Central Coast and was happy to once again find that small town feel she missed. Annette and her husband Dean have four children, who all attended Galt schools and two precious granddaughters. Annette loves to find simple ways to make other people feel special and welcome, especially those who might feel lost or forgotten. Annette's husband also has supported youth as a baseball coach at Liberty Ranch High School. Annette worked for the State of California for 26 years, with her last role as a legislative director. She is passionate about education and learning. Her favorite place is anywhere outdoors and loves to run, hike, and rock-climb; and has practiced Bikram-style yoga for 14 years. She and her husband have developed many treasured relationships in the community, which have made a huge difference in times of both trial and joy.
Sarah McFadyen, Program Director
Sarah moved to Galt in 1988 when she was 11 years old. She has taught piano lessons to hundreds of children, teens, and adults in Galt over the past 26 years. She has served as president of the San Joaquin branch of the California Music Teachers’ Association. Sarah has volunteered as the McCaffrey Middle School choir accompanist for several years. She loves to garden, go on hikes, and travel. Sarah is the mother of four young adults who all attended Galt schools. Through serving teens in various roles, Sarah has realized the need for a teen center in Galt. For this reason, this endeavor has become her passion.
Margarita Bloomberg, Secretary
Margarita is married with four children. Currently, two of them are teens. She was born and raised in Sacramento. Her parents moved to Galt in 2005, and she fell in love with the town. The small-town family feel was so different from growing up in South Sacramento. In 2013 she moved to Galt with her family, and they love being part of this community. Her husband Jason is growing a gardening business, and Maggie works at the high school district. Maggie and her husband are proud parents that want to help their community and its youth in any way they can. Their younger children attend Greer Elementary and Liberty Ranch High School. Her son is a US Marine, and her oldest graduated from California State University Sacramento in 2021. Maggie is bilingual (Spanish) and is proud to represent and help the Spanish-speaking community.
Rebecca Weaver, Treasurer
Rebecca moved to Galt from Elk Grove in 2004. She and her husband had twin 1-year-olds and wanted to raise their children in a small town. She worked at Merrill Lynch for 13 years before becoming a stay-at-home mother. She became a substitute teacher once her children began First grade and were in school full time. She especially enjoyed working with the Special Needs teachers and students. Her children are nearly done with school, and she hopes to use some of her financial backgrounds to help the Teen Center get off the ground.
Priscilla Lucero, Fundraising Director
Priscilla grew up in Washington State, where she worked as a Recreational Youth Program Coordinator for a small municipality. As a program coordinator, she ran a teen late-night program, youth summer camp, community events, and youth city council. She moved with her husband to Ft. Sill, OK, in 2003. During that time, she worked part-time at two nursery schools and operated a family-home daycare. After her husband retired from the Army, they moved to the family’s farm in Lodi. Priscilla ran a large family-home daycare for 13 years while helping run farmers’ markets for the family’s business. She and her husband moved to Galt in 2018, and they currently own and operate a small organic farm. Priscilla believes in strong community ties which support youth. She hopes to create a sense of belonging for all!
Cat Wilson, Publicity Director
Cat was raised in Wilton but married and moved away. Her husband served his country for ten years in the Army, of which most of those years were spent living in Germany. Once her husband left the Army, she settled in the small ocean town of Pacifica, where she raised their two children. Ailing parents brought her back to the area where she bought a home in Galt. Her daughter is 32 and lives in London, where she has been for 14 years. Her son lives and owns a home in Sacramento. After being a business owner for many years, she closed her business to enjoy more of the simple life, friends, and family. Now living here for five years, she wanted to be active in her community and was anxious to help Sarah build and grow the Galt Teen Center. Having children so active in the boys and girls club, Cat realizes how important it is for kids to have a club, in our case, a Teen Center, so they can just be TEENS.
Carole Voris, Volunteer Director
Carol is a California native and resident of Galt since Spring 2018. As a mother of two grown daughters, stepmom of four, and “Nanny” to fifteen grandchildren, Carol has experienced countless joys and challenging parental milestones! Prior to moving to Galt, Carol worked for the Dublin Unified School District for 28 years. While her children attended school, she was an active member of the PTA, which evolved into advocacy for children, their parents, and educators. This focused leadership approach during her tenure awarded her esteemed respect among her peers and the generations of families she served.
During fishing season Carol and her partner, Jack, along with their furry companion Willow, often spend time at the lake and fish for Kokanee. She also enjoys walking trails, wine trails, crocheting, and spending time with her fur babies and family. Something of a social butterfly Carol finds joy in interacting with others and has joined several local social groups, which has introduced her to some lovely members of the community as well! Carol is looking forward to her heightened involvement with the Galt Teen Center and hopefully making a difference for those who need it most.