The Elizabeth E. Bettelheim
Carla Stone Condon, a Bay Area native, received a Bachelor of Arts degree and completed graduate studies in Secondary Education at the University of California, Berkeley. Ms. Condon taught at the secondary level and instructed courses in Interior Design at Ohlone and Las Positas Community Colleges. As a small business owner, she provided interior design services and had projects featured in various publications including Sunset, Better Homes and Gardens and the San Francisco Chronicle. Ms. Condon most recently served as President of The Tau House at the University of California, Berkeley until its dissolution in 2012.
From 2001 to the present, Ms. Condon has served on the Corte Madera Town Council in Marin County, four times as Mayor. She is currently serving appointments to the Marin County Local Agencies Formation Commission and the League of California Cities Housing, Community and Economic Development Policy Committee.
Ms. Ongerth is currently a Physical Therapist practicing in Albany Physical Therapy. She is also the Physical Therapy Coordinator at Stanford Children's Health Specialty Services in Emeryville. Ms. Ongerth has an extensive background in pediatric and orthopedic physical therapy, and received her Clinical Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California.
Ms. Ongerth served on the Board of the Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, and on the Board of the Alpha Epsilon Phi, Tau Chapter Housing Association on the University of California, Berkeley Campus where she also served as Vice President.
Ann Michelle Ongerth
Carla Stone Condon