BTC Board Of Directors

Timothy Webb

Timothy WebbTimothy WebbA native of Nashville, Tennessee, Timothy received his law degree from the Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University in 1995. Prior to law school, he enjoyed a successful career with Pfizer Pharmaceuticals and Allergan Pharmaceuticals and served as Captain in the United States Air Force. He worked for the law firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer and Feld in Houston and subsequently formed the law offices of Webb & Associates.

His practice primarily concentrates on bankruptcy and civil litigation. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas, College of the State Bar of Texas, Texas Bar Foundation, American Inns of Court, Federation of State Medical Boards, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, and Houston Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. He is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas and served on the State Bar of Texas Mentor, Professionalism, and the Pattern Jury Charge Committees. He was appointed to the Texas Physician Assistant Board in 2000 by Governor George W. Bush.

There he served as Chairman from 2004 – 2007 until he was appointed to the Texas Medical Board by Governor Rick Perry and reappointed by Governor Greg Abbott. He served as Chairman of the Licensing Committee and a member of the Executive Committee until 2019. Mr. Webb is an Adjunct Professor for graduate studies at the University of Houston and in 2011 he was appointed by Mayor Annise Parker and reappointed by Mayor Sylvester Turner to serve as a Board Member on the City of Houston Independent Police Oversight Board. His wife is a University Professor and a retired public school administrator, and they have two children. Interests include reading, running, and traveling.

Tracy Webb

Tracy WebbTracy WebbTracy hails from Nashville, Tennessee and currently resides in Houston, Texas. She attended Tennessee State University and Texas A & M University. She is a professor of Biology at the University of Houston Downtown and a retired public school administrator specializing in curriculum and instruction. Prior to serving as an educator, she enjoyed a career conducting laboratory research at Southern Methodist University and New Mexico State University and medical research at Abbott Laboratories. During her career as an educator, she was recognized for her leadership as site grant coordinator by achieving The National Comprehensive School Demonstration Award and Advancement via Individual Determination Program Award.

She has facilitated numerous local and statewide professional development sessions concentrating on best practices for success initiatives, effective grant writing and collaborative teaming. She has also authored and implemented science, technology, and bioethics curriculums used by the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District. As an educator, her passion has been education of the underserved, and she created a number of clubs and organizations to promote diversity education and college attendance for first-generation students. Her husband is a practicing attorney and they have two children. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, travelling, and volunteering at a local park developing outreach opportunities.

Ethan Schram

Ethan SchramEthan SchramEthan Schram, MD, FACP, received his medical degree from University of California, Davis in 2003. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University and a fellowship in hematology/oncology at Scripps Green Hospital in La Jolla, California, where he was chief fellow.

Dr. Schram is board certified in oncology, hematology and internal medicine and his recognitions include the Scripps Health Nell and Tom Waltz Award for Leadership in Medicine and the Northwestern University Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Achievement Award. Dr. Schram earned his undergraduate degree from Wesleyan and Columbia Universities.

More recently, Dr. Schram served as chair of medicine and chief of staff at Adventist Health St. Helena.

Linda McMahon

Linda McMahonLinda McMahonLinda McMahon graduated from Cal State East Bay with a degree in Business Administration and a minor in Economics. She is a professional Recruiter with over 25 years' experience in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors. Linda has worked with companies like Amazon, Starbucks, ABB, and Sutter Health to help place qualified candidates in Engineering, Manufacturing, IT, Advertising, Finance, and Sales. Linda started her career in San Francisco working in Advertising for Foote Cone and Belding. While in advertising she worked as an Account Executive on Tandem Computers, Union Bank, and Levi Strauss, managing both advertising and marketing campaigns up to 10M dollars.

Linda left San Francisco in 2004 for beautiful Sonoma County and has been there ever since. She has served as Vice President on the board of Chernobyl Children's Project which brought young children to the United States for a temporary health respite to help rid their bodies of radiation. While on the board she was responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with NGOs and orphanages in Belarus and Ukraine. In addition to her board work, she has been involved in many other projects and fundraisers for her children's schools. In her spare time, Linda enjoys hiking, cooking, traveling, and being with her family

Susan Fette, MFT

Susan Fette, MFTSusan Fette, MFTChief Executive Officer
TLC Child & Family Services

From her time as an undergraduate student working on suicide prevention and as a residential staff at a treatment group home, Susan knew that she was on the right path towards using her innate abilities, passion, and education to create a healthier community. She gained critical experience during her graduate program working with Sonoma State University students through the counseling center and was later employed by Sonoma State working in the Save our Students (SOS) program. There she provided counseling services to both elementary and high school students and families. Susan went on to provide therapeutic services in a variety of settings throughout her career.

After graduation, Susan spent five years investigating child abuse in Santa Cruz County. After relocating back to Sonoma County in 2003, she began working in adoption at TLC Child & Family Services. Her role was to create a welcoming community for families to parent, mentor, and create permanency for children in the foster care system. In 2008, Susan left TLC to pursue an interest in the neurobiology behind mental health, working for Eli Lilly in the Neuroscience division. Her position evolved into becoming a corporate-responsibility ambassador helping colleagues give back to their communities throughout the United States.

In 2013, Susan accepted the position of Foster Care and Adoptions Program Director at TLC. For several years she has witnessed the powerful journey of children and families – from the beginning of the application process, to the moment of placement in a foster home, to successful reunification or the finalization of an adoption. In 2017, she was promoted to an Associate Executive Director and became CEO in 2018.

Susan restores her energy with yoga, running, and cooking for friends and family.

Nancy Dillon-Shore, PMP

Nancy Dillon-Shore, PMPNancy Dillon-Shore, PMPNancy has worked in the business technology consulting field for 25 years to support finance and human resources in both the public and private sectors. As a consultant for Peoplesoft and Oracle, she led major projects to assist global clients with large-scale Financials and Supply Chain Management or Human Capital Management software implementations and upgrades. She assists Financial Management and Healthcare clients implement new or enhanced business functionality across multiple business processes.

Currently, Nancy is a Director in Management Consulting for the Technology Enablement group at KPMG, LLP, a global accounting firm.

Nancy was born and raised in Petaluma, then spent several decades based in San Francisco. She returned to Sonoma County in 2004 when she moved to Guerneville with her wife, Angie.
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