BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Vicky Bosworth

Vicky Bosworth

Board Member

Vicky Bosworth joined the Clover Foundation Board in 2009 to continue the early work her mother, Jane Garrod (Clover Foundation Founder), did in the 1970s to ensure a future with agricultural science education and exhibition for youth enrolled in 4-H and FFA programs in Santa Clara County. Vicky was a 4-H member for 10 years, a leader for 28 years, and remains active in the California State 4-H organization. She continues to work on the Garrod Family Farm with youth and adults, teaching confidence and leadership from the back of a horse. Vicky stays involved with the Clover Foundation to continue the rich agricultural heritage tradition and history of Santa Clara County.

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Timothy Dylan Wood, Ph.D.

Timothy Dylan Wood, Ph.D.

Board Member

Timothy Dylan Wood joined the Clover Foundation Board in 2017 to assist with community outreach and support the Foundation’s programs to foster socio-economic diversity and greater access to agricultural education. He has been realizing his commitment to youth education by serving as a trustee on the Board of Mulberry School in Los Gatos as well as a youth projects committee member for the Friends of Deer Hollow Farm. He, his wife, and their three children have become fully immersed in the Rolling Hills 4-H programs—raising rabbits, poultry, goats, and swine. Timothy grew up amongst the apricot orchards of the Santa Clara Valley foothills. He received his PhD in Cultural Anthology from Rice University, after many years of fieldwork in rural Cambodia. He has been a livestock volunteer at Deer Hollow Farm for over a decade, and he spends long days in the Sensor Software & Prototyping group at a small fruit company based in Cupertino.
Regina Matthews

Regina Matthews

Board Member

Regina is a long time supporter of youth activities in 4-H starting with her kids many years ago. She volunteered at Horse Project Leader for El Sereno youth teaching horsemanship, riding, hippology and leadership. From there she moved up to County Horse Committee chair and ran the county horse shows for years. In 1994 she was elected to the Santa Clara County Fair Board. In this position she organized a Youth Fair Board. In 1996 she started working as a State level endeavor to better coordinate communication of Horse leaders throughout the state. She worked with UC Davis ANR office. With many leaders she helped create and organize the first statewide 4-H championship Horse Show and Equine Studies Competition (the CA 4-H Horse Classic). After coaching the State teams in horse judging, her teams went to the Judging, Hippology and Horse Bowl and place 2nd and 3rd nationally. After a short retirement she returned to SCC as a 4-H Horse Leader and County Horse Chairperson. She also serves on the Gold Coast Arabian Horse Club Board of Directors and joined the Clover Foundation as chairperson the the Clover Foundation Ag Fundraiser Auction Dinner. Her quote: “Those kids and horses have done more for me than I have ever done for them. They keep me young, challenged and sharp, and are the very best part of my life.”

Mary Bartlett

Mary Bartlett

Board Member

Mary Bartlett joined the Clover Foundation Board in 2008 to help provide scholarships and loans for youth in agricultural science livestock programs. She is a member of the Santa Clara County Fair Management Committee, and has been active with her family in 4-H for 26 years. She is a 4-H Ceramics project leader, a Volunteer Certification leader, ranch manager to Homesteaders and McClellan 4-H ranches, and serves as an Emerald Star Advisor. Mary retired after 34 years of teaching for the San Jose Unified School District. She enjoys skiing, gardening, kayaking, and raising chickens. 

Kathryn Green

Kathryn Green

Board Member

Kathryn Green joined the Clover Foundation in 2018. She has been actively involved in 4-H for more than 20 years. She started in 4-H when she was 8 years old in pre-4-H at Rucker and shortly afterwards moved over to San Martin 4-H when she was 9. She showed pigs for many

years. She also took many projects in 4-H such as cooking, sewing, canning, creative arts, electronics, aeronautics and photography. When she aged out, she went to work at the fairgrounds helping her father, Don with the swine show and her mother, Joann in setting up the stills department. Today, Kathryn is a parent who is actively involved in 4-H. She’s been a swine leader for 15 years, a County Ambassador Advisor and is currently an Adult Camp Director. She has also been a project leader for numerous projects such as dairy goats, robotics, scrapbooking, and hobbies. She has been involved with the Clover Foundation Gala since 2010. In her spare time, she enjoys camping and spending time with her family.

Hans Toensfeldt

Hans Toensfeldt

Board Member

Hans Toensfeldt joined the Clover Foundation Board in 2006 and is currently its Treasurer. He supports the foundation to help infuse leadership development opportunities into 4-H and FFA youth programs. He brings 39 years of 4-H expertise to the team, as a 4-H leader, helping his late wife Lonnie, establish a Cupertino 4-H urban farm site in 1974, and as a parent of 3 daughters who were active in 4-H and the Santa Clara County Youth Fair. At present, Hans is very active in 4-H as County Treasurer, Emerald Star Advisor, Master Volunteer for the fair, and he recently returned to the Cupertino 4-H farm as Manager.
Colleen Haggerty

Colleen Haggerty

Board Member

Colleen Haggerty joined the Clover Foundation in 1996 to support youth agricultural science education, to continue to tradition of livestock exhibition, and to encourage youth leadership and project management skill development in the 4-H and FFA programs. She was in 4-H for 5 years, and has been an active 4-H volunteer for 20+ years. She is active with her family, and enjoys spending time with her daughter making jewelry and doing home craft projects. Colleen is a Civil Engineer with Santa Clara Valley Water District, and also serves on the board of her daughter’s school Parent-Teacher Organization.

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