Meet the Board

Board of Directors

Donna AllenDonna Allen, Board Chair,  began volunteering with UNTIL in 1994 upon her retirement as an insurance executive. The loss of her brother to complications from AIDS gave her a strong, personal desire to participate in the Foundation’s work. She was elected to the Board in 1997 and is serving as its President. Donna is also on the Board of Project Redwood, a social venture fund. She has a BS in education from the University of Missouri and an MBA from Stanford University.
Jeff ClearyJeff Cleary is a San Francisco Bay Area native who served four years as UNTIL’s Executive Director. He has held positions with Del Monte Foods, Galoob Toys, The 3DO Company, and Wild Planet as its Senior Vice President of Marketing. Jeff earned his BA in broadcasting and MBA in marketing from San Francisco State University.
David LandayDavid Landay is the founding director of, an online resource for people living with HIV and other life changing conditions. He was a founder of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and a Board member for the National AIDS Fund and the National Association of People With AIDS. David is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the Harvard Law School. He is a former partner in the law firm of Landay and Miller and the former President of Williamsburg Life Insurance Company.
Helen MiramontesHelen Miramontes received her BA and MS in nursing from the University of California, San Francisco and has devoted her life to education about, and treatment of, HIV/AIDS. She served on the President’s HIV/AIDS Advisory Board during the Clinton Administration. Upon her retirement in 2000 as Clinical Professor, Department of Community Health Systems, UCSF School of Nursing, she remained active in support of AIDS vaccine development and HIV/AIDS training for health care providers. Her work honors her son, Jonathan, who succumbed to the disease in 2006.
Kathleen ScutchfieldKathleen Scutchfield co-founded Until There’s A Cure Foundation with Dana Cappiello in 1993. She served as President for its first five years and currently holds the position of Secretary/Treasurer for the Board. Kathleen attended Sarah Lawrence College and Yale University and earned her degree in Fine Arts. She is a Board Member Emeritus of the San Francisco Ballet and former National Committee Member of the Whitney Museum of American Art. She has also served on the Planning Commission of the Town of Woodside (CA).
Sarah ScutchfieldSarah Scutchfield originally from the San Franciso Bay Area, attended DePaul University and graduated in 2008 with high honors and a degree in Public Relations and Advertising. She currently lives and works in Chicago where she specializes in online communication for The Joffery Ballet and is responsible for their website and extensive social media outreach program.

Honorary Board

The following individuals offer their names, their endorsement and their counsel to the organization and the Board of Directors. We value their association with the Foundation and their sanction and support of the Foundation’s work in fighting the AIDS pandemic.

Mario Alioto – Senior Vice President, Corporate Marketing for the San Francisco Giants

Golden Brooks – Actress and Author

Alan Cumming – Actor, Author and Activist

Suzanne McKechnie Klahr – Social Entrepreneur, Educator, and Founder and CEO of BUILD

Emeka Okafor – Professional basketball player, Social Entrepreneur, and Founder of Safe Blood For Africa

Gina Ravera – Actress, Activist, Social Entrepreneur, and Founder of Project Reina

Ted Robinson – Voice of the San Francisco 49ers and NBC broadcaster for the Olympics and the French Open & Wimbledon Tennis Championships

Dr. Paul Volberding – Pioneering AIDS researcher, Chief of Medical Services at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and Vice Chairman of the Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco

Candice Wiggins – Professional basketball player, Social Entrepreneur, and Founder of the Candice Wiggins Foundation