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Board of Directors

Innocent Voices Board of Directors

John Chou, Chairman
John has been working almost 40 years in a radiation oncology center located in Castro Valley. Additionally, he served as Vice President of the East Bay Cancer Support Group for two years and as acting President for one year. John also serves in the Missions Department at his home church in Castro Valley. John and his wife, Deanna, have three grown daughters and three grandchildren. Email:
Ginny Frohmberg, Founder, President and Vice-Chair
Ginny has over 30 years of analytic and consulting experience at Kaiser Permanente. She has traveled in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Middle East and Eastern Europe. Her experience with children includes tutoring in low income urban settings, working with children from homeless families in Oakland and working in a children’s home in India.
Connie Karn, Treasurer
Connie has worked for over 35 years as an Engineering Technician for a civil engineering firm. Her financial experience includes bookkeeping for a family business and 5 years of finance-related activities for her church. Both of Connie’s children are grown and married, which allows her time to travel.
Alice Yothers, Secretary
Alice spent 15 years with Shaklee Corporation as a Quality Assurance Documentation Coordinator and currently serves as recording secretary for the board of a local corporation. She studies classical harp, providing harp music for her church, and serves as president of the Bay Area Chapter of the American Harp Society. Alice and her husband Steve enjoy traveling and spending time with their grown son and daughter and their spouses, and five grandchildren.
Leora Memory, Member-at-Large
Leora worked at the Castro Village Bowl for 37 years, and just recently retired. She was married for 55 years and has lived in Castro Valley for 54 of those years. Leora is active in her church, serving in a variety of capacities, including as a care giver for people in the church and the community who are going through times of loss or illness. As a mother of 3 and a grandmother of 4, she has a compassionate heart toward children.