Michael Moore Board Chair[email protected]
Michael is a community leader with over a decade of experience supporting Stepping Stone of San Diego, in addition to other community organizations. In 2014, he joined the Board of Directors and, in 2015, was elected to Chairman of the Board. As Chairman, he provided important business planning and budgeting discipline to control costs, enhanced fundraising efforts and recruited Executive Director Cheryl Houk to lead the organization once again. With these efforts, the board and Cheryl have been able to restore the financial strength of the organization and have significantly expanded services by the opening an outpatient treatment center and expanded sober living services.
Michael’s focus at Stepping Stone is to promote the mission of Stepping Stone and the men and women whose lives are transformed by being free of drug addiction and alcoholism. He is committed to making sure these lifesaving recovery and HIV/AIDS services are available to our community regardless of ability to pay. Success for Stepping Stone – and for Michael – will be defined by how many people the organization can help, and by ensuring that this important San Diego resource remains strong and vibrant for decades to come.
For his day job, Michael Moore works as Vice President of Product Management at MD Revolution, a digital health IT company developing technologies and services supporting remote care for chronically ill patients.
Joseph Valentini Secretary[email protected]
Joseph is a Senior Accountant with Becton, Dickinson & Company, a medical device manufacturer. He has nearly a decade of experience in tax preparation, audit and corporate accounting. He currently specializes in revenue recognition and has experience with LGBT focused healthcare on the financial side, with a particular focus on funding sources to prevent and treat HIV, and related health issues.
Joseph joined the Board of Directors in January of 2019 and in June was elected Secretary. His focus at Stepping Stone is to foster an environment of fiscal sustainability so that the organization can always fulfill its stated mission and help free those San Diegans in need from addiction, regardless of ability to pay.