Board of Directors
Mike Mallory - President
Retired - CEO, Second Harvest Food Bank
Sylvia Orozco - Vice President
Vice President, Oak Valley Community Bank
Kim Viviano - Secretary
Executive Director of Assisted Living, Bethel Retirement Community
Kathy Lee - Director
Executive Director, Central Valley Community Impact
Dezaree Seeds, CFP, MBA - Director
Vice President, Goldman Sachs Personal Financial Management
Christy Walker - Director
Retired Teacher | Young at Heart Fitness Instructor
Robert McGrew, MD - Director
Retired Family Physician
Jessica Domingos, PT, DPT - Director
Physical Therapist, Home Health
Kirsten Salas - Director
Director of Grants and Programs, Second Harvest Food Bank
Denny Gold - Emeritus
Healthy Aging Association Staff
Dianna L. Olsen
Dianna joined Healthy Aging Association in July of 2002. Prior to working for Healthy Aging Association she was the Executive Director for 18 years for Community Housing and Shelter Services. Prior to that she worked as the Director of Social Service/Business Administrator for the Salvation Army from 1976 through 1999. Dianna is currently apart of the United Way-Health and Health Wellness Council, Stanislaus Health Services Agency - Local Implementation Group, United Way - Partner Agencies Association, and she is the President for Stanislaus Emergency Food and Shelter Program Board. As the Executive Director of Healthy Aging Association she implements the strategic goals, objectives and mission of Healthy Aging Association, enables the Board of Directors to fulfill its governance function and gives direction and leadership to the day-to-day program implementation.
Samantha Borba, M.A. | Health and Fitness Program Manager
American Council on Exercise (ACE) Group Fitness Instructor and ACE Senior Fitness Specialist
Samantha joined Healthy Aging Association in November 2011. Samantha earned her Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Health and Wellness Promotion from California State University, Stanislaus in 2011 and her Master's degree in Kinesiology, Exercise Science option from Fresno State University in 2014. She presented her thesis findings at the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Annual World Conference in Orlando, Florida in May 2014. Samantha loved being a fitness instructor as a Mad Dogg Athletics Spinning instructor prior to working for Healthy Aging Association and was always eager to improve herself by adding on additional training and certifications. Samantha is a Certified American Council on Exercise (ACE) Group Fitness Instructor (2018-present) earned her certification as an ACE Senior Fitness Specialist in 2020, a Certified Young at Heart Master Trainer (2012-present), a Certified A Matter of Balance Coach (2012-2017), and became a Certified A Matter of Balance Master Trainer (April 2017-present). Samantha is a member of the Serving Our Seniors "SOS" Network and CVMAPS (Central Valley Marketing and Administrative Professionals). As a Health and Fitness Program Manager she is responsible for design and implementation of all fitness, nutrition, fall prevention and social programs to enhance the quality of life of older adults. She also manages the daily operations of the organization and all of the health, fall prevention, and wellness programs.
Jessica Enes, B.A., CHES | Fitness Program Coordinator and Health Educator
Jessica joined Healthy Aging Association in March 2017. Jessica earned her Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Health and Wellness Promotion from California State University, Stanislaus in 2016. In 2017, Jessica became a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). As a Fitness Program Coordinator she assists the Health and Fitness Program Manager with the design and/or implementation of the Young at Heart Fitness programs and the day to day operations of the Healthy Aging Association. Jessica became a certified Young at Heart Instructor in August 2016 and will become a certified Young at Heart Master Trainer in August 2018. Jessica was certified as an A Matter of Balance Coach in January 2018, and became a Certified A Matter of Balance Master Trainer in May 2018. She also facilitates fall prevention and health education topics in both group and individual settings.
Kylie Wyeth, B.A. | Fitness Program Assistant and Health Educator
Kylie joined Healthy Aging Association as an intern in August 2019. Kylie earned her Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Health and Wellness Promotion from California State University, Stanislaus in December 2019. Kylie became an official part of the team in January 2020. As a Health Educator she facilitates health education and fall prevention topics in both group and individual settings. Kylie became a certified Young at Heart Instructor in January 2020, and a Certified A Matter of Balance Coach in February 2020.
Noelia Rodriguez, (B.A. in progress) | Health Educator
Noelia joined Healthy Aging Association March 2021. Noelia is currently a student at California State University Stanislaus, where she will earn her Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Public Health in May 2021. Noelia is bilingual in English and Spanish and assists in Spanish translation and outreach to older adults in the community. As a Health Educator she facilitates health education and fall prevention topics in both group and individual settings.