Washington Burns, MD
Henry Lloyd Edington, M.D.
Henry Edington, M.D., a McClymonds’ High School Alumnae, received his B.S. from the University of California at Berkeley and M.D. from the University of California at San Francisco. He also completed his rotating internship with Kaiser Foundation Hospital in San Francisco, CA. Dr. Edington founded Edington Medical Group (EMG) in 1985. EMG has been a long time leader in med-legal evaluations pertaining to the complicated California’s Workers’ Compensation System. Every aspect of EMG is fully integrated organizationally, structurally and philosophically, providing a network of qualified, experienced, and credentialed medical professionals. Dr. Edington currently serves as the Board Secretary for Prescott-Joseph Center and enjoys spending his residency in both California and Hawaii and giving back to the West Oakland community.
Cameron Wilson learned about Prescott-Joseph Center during her community organizing work in 2008. She attended West Oakland Community Collaborative (WOCC) meetings and was later asked to join the Board in 2010. She currently serves as the Programs Committee Chair on the Board. Cameron has been consulting with nonprofit organizations and small businesses focusing on community organizing/outreach administration and communication. Cameron served a term with AmeriCorps and service will always be an integral part of her life. She is honored to be part of an organization that cares about empowering the individual through health and wellness, art and culture and strengthening families.
Father George W. Quickley, S.J.
Father George Quickley, S.J., joined the Prescott-Joseph Center Board of Directors in August 2012. Father Quickley serves as pastor of St. Patrick parish in Oakland, California since June 2012 and formerly served as provincial of the North-West Africa Province of the Society of Jesus. Father Quickley is an active member of the Prescott-Joseph Center Programs Committee where he is able to joyfully contribute to one of his personal passions: Arts & Culture.