YPNG Leadership

Introducing your YPNG Leadership. The YPNG leadership help keep YPNG running smoothly so that we, as an organization, can be involved in our community, and connected to other professionals for networking, adventuring & socializing. To learn more about each officer click on their photo or name to see their bio.


Andrea LaRosa

*After traveling abroad for years, Andrea stopped by SLO for a “short

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Vice President

Matt Lopez

Matthew Lopez is a young entrepreneurial lawyer that founded Vesper Enterprises. Originally

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Tatiana Mendoza

Tatiana was raised in lovely Paso Robles. She graduated from Cal Poly

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Brandon Schmiedeberg

Brandon studied Landscape Architecture at Cal Poly, and graduated with honors in

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Chief Outreach Officer

Brett Strickland

Brett grew up on the Central Coast, starting in Los Osos and

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Chief Events Officer

Rachel Raynor

Rachel Raynor is an urban designer and planner at RRM Design Group

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Chief Media Officer

Jessica Dieny

Jessica came to Cal Poly as a transfer student from Southern California.

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Chief Marketing Officer

Tina Solar

I started out in retail management, and remained there for over a

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Chief Sports Officer

Rob Frew

Rob Frew moved to SLO in 2011 from the heart of the

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Chief Outdoors Officer

Ian McClain

Ian has been a member of YPNG since 2013 and joined the

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Chief Socials Officer

Kimberly Gutierrez

Biography Coming Soon!

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Want to get more involved with YPNG? To learn more about the current leadership openings, click on the positions/openings below for a brief description and application.

Chief Technology Officer


Chief Technology Officer – Maintains YPNG website (upgrades, backups, content, functionality, etc.)

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Chief Sponsorship Outreach Officer

Chief Sponsorship Outreach Officer – Reaches out to local businesses for sponsorship

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Care about people to transforming their lives
and exudes a positive Impression to believe.