Governing documents
The following documents are available for download by clicking on each item.
The Board of Directors is the governing body for the Rancho Bernardo Swim & Tennis Club, Inc.
Board meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm in Club 21. All interested members are invited to attend. There is an opportunity for members to speak at the beginning of the meeting. The Board can be contacted by e-mail through the Contact menu tab.
The Board is made up of volunteers from our community who are elected annually by a secret mail-in ballot by the Association members as defined in the Governing Documents. Any property owner in good standing within the Club community is eligible to run for the Board. Board members have a fiduciary responsibility to act in good faith on behalf of the community.  They make decisions for the community regarding Association management, committee appointments, contracts, insurance, financial management, legal issues, enforcement, discipline, personnel, and other duties outlined in the laws and governing documents.
All members of the Board sign a Code of Conduct that outlines Board Member responsibilities including: guidelines for professional conduct; protection of confidential information; standards of professional behavior and roles regarding employees. The Code provides a mechanism for imposing disciplinary action when those obligations are not met.
Elections are held annually in March of each year. If a vacancy on the Board should occur due to death or resignation, the remaining Board members have the authority to appoint an eligible replacement director from the community to fulfill the remaining term of the vacant position. 
The Board of Directors are:
President Phil Hill
Vice-President Lynn Maloney
Treasurer Paul Bowman
Secretary David Hadacek
Board Director Debbie Sawyer
Board Director Lonnee Richardson
Board Director Jill Schall
Board Director Oswin Schreiber
Board Director Thanh Tu
About the Board

Philip Hill
My wife and I moved to Rancho Bernardo in 1994. Along with our two children we have spent a lot of time enjoying the great facilities of our club over the years. As a past board member and current member of the Architectural Committee my focus is on maintaining the clubs facilities and keeping our community the great place it is to live.
Lynn Maloney
RBSTC is a beautiful asset to our community! One of my first thoughts after seeing the club was “what a great place to raise a family!” My background includes: teaching 2nd grade; developed an Identity Program for Motorola Dealers Nationwide; Sales and Accounting for family business; Director of Operations for Nationwide Fundraising Company; currently retired and enjoying life! As a past board member, I was President, Vice President and Secretary. I also served on the many committees including: Tennis/Pickleball, Guest Policy, Hiring Current General Manager and HR. I recently celebrated my 47th anniversary, have two married daughters and four grandchildren that live in RB. I love spending time with my grandkids on the playground, pool and watching them play tennis. Now, most of my time is spent playing and growing the game of Pickleball in RB. My focus is to be fiscally responsible and HR compliant, while maintaining a friendly environment for members, guests and staff.
Paul Bowman
Married forty-one years to my wife Barbara. I have two grown married daughters and four grandchildren who live locally. We are very family oriented and active. We were originally from Pennsylvania but relocated to California over twenty-seven years ago. We have lived in San Diego the last 12 years and Rancho Bernardo for the last two years. I am I am currently retired. I have taken advantage of this time investing in my grandkids, family, serving in our local church, mentoring young men, being a Big Brother of San Diego, and various other charitable causes. During my working career, I was a finance professional for several major technology corporations, including IBM, Unisys, Applied Materials, American Mold Guard, and Cymer. I was CFO of two of these public corporations, American Mold Guard and Cymer. I enjoy swimming, surfing, skiing, golf, fishing and most importantly being with my wife, daughters, son-in-laws and grandkids.     
Dave Hadacek
Dave moved to Rancho Bernardo in 1985.  Since 2007, Dave, along with his wife and daughter have lived in Greens West. They are avid users of the Club’s pool, gym and courts.  In 2016 Dave retired from Solar Turbines where he served as  the Director of Engineering. His 37 years of engineering, practical and strategic business experience has given him knowledge and skills to effectively serve on  the Board of Directors. Dave served on the Swim and Tennis Board of Directors from 2015 to 2021. Dave was instrumental in improving the governance and operations of the club by helping the Board to adopt a formal Investment Policy that provides fiscally prudent and conservative investment guidelines, as well as updating all club employees’ job descriptions that provide clear responsibilities and accountabilities.  Dave has also assisted in many club improvement projects including eight Pickleball courts, room and pool refurbishments, as well as improved security systems. Dave is passionate about giving back and currently serves on four other boards. These boards work to meet the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities, bridge hearing and non-hearing worlds, improve church leadership training, and providing value based education opportunities to the underserved. 
Debbie Sawyer
Debbie has enjoyed living in Rancho Bernardo since 1979 and is native to the San Diego area. She is a retired educator of the Poway Unified School District. Debbie and her family moved to the Greens West neighborhood 17 years ago and she has been an active member of The Club for many years. She observes that the Club has grown and changed with the ever-expanding community and, as a new board member, Debbie enjoys contributing in a positive and productive way to the Club community. 
Lonnee Richardson
serves the community needs for the future of the Club and Social Media through Facebook. “People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it."
Jill Schall
Jill was born and raised in San Diego. Jill has been a deputy district attorney for the County of San Diego for 30 years. She first moved to Rancho Bernardo in 2008 and loves the close knit community RBSTC fosters. Jill is committed to being fiscally responsible and transparent in the improvements and maintenance of RBSTC.  As a current board member, she is head of the legal committee. In her profession, Jill has experience collaborating and working with others to find solutions. This includes having been a member of the San Diego County Child Abuse Committee, San Diego County Child Fatality Committee and San Diego County Probation Department’s Domestic Violence Committee. For relaxation, Jill enjoys swimming, hiking, gardening, traveling, cooking and chatting with her wonderful neighbors. She recognizes it is essential to give back to the community in order to preserve the community you love. Jill would be honored to continue to serve on the board.
Oswin M. Schreiber
Our family moved into the The Trails at Rancho Bernardo in2001, and have enjoyed the RBSTC since then. I am a very proud husband, father of four daughters, and now grandfather of two grandchildren. My career began in Physics where I had the opportunity to work on my Ph.D. at the European particle accelerator (CERN), held various positions in the international semiconductor industry, and started my own company (pocketBERT Inc.) in 2007, designing and manufacturing high-speed test equipment.
I now enjoy swimming, biking, starting new projects, and most of all, sharing my
passion for woodworking with younger generations. As Vice President of the RBSTC Woodcrafters Club, I have been able to lead several philanthropic projects, youth camps, and fulfill my drive to contribute to our community.
Thanh Tu
A seasoned corporate executive and software startup founder, brings over 30 years of experience within the Semiconductor sector. He has spent most of his adulthood in the SoCal region where he graduated from the University of Southern California (USC) with a Bachelor's degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering and a Master's in Electro-physics. Motivated by a sense of familial connection to be closer to his kids, Thanh and his wife recently relocated and chose San Diego as his residence, drawn to the nostalgia of the Rancho Bernardo neighborhood and its vibrant community. In embracing the Rancho Bernardo neighborhood, Thanh envisions not just a residence but a space where he can contribute to and thrive within a community that mirrors the innovation and collaboration he has championed throughout his professional career and personal livelihood.