Board of Directors

Terrie Green

Terrie Green was sworn into office in 2017. Terrie has a BA in Political Science/Urban Studies from San Francisco State University and is a certified health worker from the City College of San Francisco. A long-time resident of Marin City, Terrie has led and served on a number of community programs and initiatives that provide outreach and increase health awareness, community capacity and community governance amongst Marin City residents. Terrie has vast experience in community development leadership including her role in serving on a number of community boards as president and vice chair and co-founding Marin City Charter School and ISOJI (Community Advocacy). Terrie also has a strong experience in case management, program development and non-profit management.

Nancy JohnsonNancy Johnson, Chair

Nancy Johnson was sworn into office in 2010. Nancy attended Jackson State University and received a Real Estate designation issued by the National Association of Real Estate. As a Marin County native, Nancy returned home to serve her community. Nancy worked in social services, and in low income housing for over 20 years in Marin County. She decided to join the MCCSD board because there was a need for someone with contract and real estate experience. She worked with the CLC on developing the shopping center. Nancy has served on several boards including chair of The Grassroots Leadership Network, The Marin City Health and Wellness center, and the Marin Interfaith Council.

La Tanya Wiggins Royce McLemore, Director
Royce McLemore was sworn into office in 2013. She returned from a short break after serving for 8 years in the past. She’s been the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Women Helping All People for sixteen years, and a community activist for as long as anyone presently living in Marin City can remember. In 1985, the Board of Supervisors’ Housing Authority Commission appointed her a tenant advocate, where she challenged the business-as-usual order and brought about meaningful change on behalf of public housing residents. At great personal risk to herself and her family, she was instrumental in implementing policies that thwarted the negative opportunities presented by local drug pushers. In a predominately beleaguered school district, she has provided the consistent, reliable, and continually supervised Afterschool Safe House Tutorial Program. In addition to raising five children of her own, and providing at-risk children in her community with a safe and secure environment, Royce has made a home for more than 80 foster children, three of whom stayed with her for 8-1/2 years. In 2006, Royce was inducted into the Marin Women’s Hall of Fame.


Damian Morgan