Board of Directors


Arthur Stevens (Co-Chair)

Art Stevens (board chair) became involved with PUEBLO out of a passion for social and economic justice. As a political scientist (Ph.D University of Michigan, 1970), he taught at several institutions including the University of California-Santa Barbara, and worked as a specialist in American national government at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. Later Art attended seminary at the Church Divinity School of the Pacific and was ordained an Episcopal priest in 1987. He joined the PUEBLO board in February 2010 and serves on the fundraising subcommittee. He is also a member of the board of Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE). 


Selma Rubin (Treasurer)

Selma has lived in Santa Barbara for 44 years. Her work background is in accounting.  Before moving to Santa Barbara Selma had my own bookkeeping service. In Santa Barbara she was employed in several acccounting firms.
Her interests are varied: civil rights and civil liberties, peace, abolishing nuclear weapons, community issues, county and city planning, healthy food, youth and senior issues, environmental issues, music, theatre, politics and social justice issues. Selma is very experienced; she has served on over 42 Boards in the Non-Profit area, as well as Advisory Committees and Capital Campaigns. She has even co-founded several organizations that are active in Santa Barbara, including the Community Environmental Council, Santa Barbara Women's Political Committee, Coalition for a Living Wage (now Pueblo) and Pueblo Education Fund, the Environmental Defense Center and the Santa Barbara County League of Conservation Voters. At the present time Selma serves on 8 boards and committees.


Greg Prieto (Secretary)

Greg Prieto is a Graduate Student, University of California, Santa Barbara. He joined the PEF board in September 2009. Before becoming a board member, Greg has volunteered with PUEBLO and has recently begun an internship working with the Executive Director and other volunteers to end car impoundments targeted at undocumented migrants.  His work with PUEBLO stems from a personal and political commitment to social justice and to equality for all those living and working in Santa Barbara county, especially marginalized members of our county.  As a PUEBLO Education Fund (PEF) Board Member, Greg hopes to contribute to PEF's ongoing mission to advocate for the rights and well being of low income and immigrant members of our community. Greg serves on our Fundraising Committee.

Ana Gomez (Co-Chair)

Joined board in April, 2010


Members:


Barbara Lotito

Joined in April, 2011

Tere Jurado 

Joined in March, 2011

Anna Kokotovic

Joined in March 2011

Jose Raygoza

Joined March, 2011

Feliciano Aguilar

Joined March, 2011