RANCHO SANTA FE — The Rancho Santa Fe Foundation has chosen three new directors. The new members to the board are Ronald D. McMahon, Robert Vanosky and Phillip White.
McMahon is a longtime Rancho Santa Fe resident with his wife Maureen and three children. He is chief operating officer and founder of McMahon Development Group. McMahon earned his bachelor or architecture degree with honors from the University of Southern California, majoring in math, history and business. He is currently a registered architect in the state of California and is both a licensed California contractor and real estate broker.
Vanosky and his wife Paige retired to Rancho Santa Fe in 2005. Before retirement, Vanosky was with RBC Dain Rauscher. From 1998 to 2004, he served as director of the U.S. Public Finance Division in Dallas, coming from Phoenix where he was director of the Public Finance Division.
White, his wife Anne and three children, have been San Diego residents for 35 years. He serves on a host of charitable boards including Mama’s Kitchen, the Salvation Army, the San Diego Food Bank the Community Resource Center and the Helix High Foundation. His career was in the telecommunications industry for 20 years, most recently as division president for Qualcomm.
The foundation provides financial support and encouragement to organizations whose activities serve to maintain and enhance the beauty and quality of life in the Rancho Santa Fe area. The foundation is focused on building charitable assets and recommending grants that fund worthy causes.
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