Board Members

2024 Slate of Officers


Club President -  Saralyn M. Ang-Olson


Saralyn, a licensed attorney, is a graduate of the Harvard's Kennedy School of Government (Master of Public Policy, 1994). As a Sacramento resident, she is eager to give forward to the communities that intersect with the Harvard Club of Sacramento, having been enriched by her time at Harvard in countless and long-lasting ways. Saralyn was appointed by Governor Gavin Newsom in 2021 to serve as Chief Compliance Officer for the California Department of Health Care Services, where she currently works. Previously, she was appointed to serve as Senior Assistant Attorney General by former CA Attorneys General Kamala Harris and Xavier Becerra from 2014 to 2020. Saralyn is a graduate of the University of Chicago (BA, 1990) and the University of California at Berkeley School of Law (formerly "Boalt Hall") (JD, 1997). Saralyn enjoys hiking, biking, performing classical piano, cooking and traveling with her husband (Jeff) and their two children (Olivia and Ansel). 

Immediate Past President - John L. (Jack) Reynen

Jack Reynen, a Sacramento-area native, has been in the residential development and homebuilding business for more than 22 years. Prior to that, he worked in investment banking and law for 12 years. Jack is the president of Reynen & Bardis Homes, Inc., a home builder with operations in the Sacramento area and in northern Nevada.

Jack has conducted alumni interviews for Harvard College every year since 2005-2006, served as a member of the Stanford Law School Board of Visitors from 2007 to 2014, and was a member of Mayor Johnson’s Think Big Committee that explored ways to keep the Kings in Sacramento.
Jack received his J.D. from Stanford Law School and his A.B. (in Mathematics) from Harvard College. Jack is married to Miriam Porter (a Yale graduate). They have four children.

Secretary - Mary Mooney


Mary Mooney graduated from Harvard College in 2006 with a concentration in History and Literature. She attended the UCLA School of Law and practiced banking and finance law for a large firm in Los Angeles after graduation. 

Mary and her husband, Christian Kurpiewski, a fellow UCLA Law grad, came to Sacramento for a 4-month stint in 2013, fell in love with the city, and never returned to LA! They have two children and a dog and live in East Sacramento. Currently, Mary is an attorney for the California Secretary of State. 
Mary enjoys doing Harvard alumni interviewing for the region each year and is looking forward to working with the board to put on new and exciting events for alumni and their families.

Treasurer - Margaret Kane


In addition to her service with the Harvard Club of Sacramento, Margaret is a member of the Executive Committee of the Harvard Alumni Board of Directors in Cambridge, serving as Treasurer. 

She is president and CEO of Kane Bank Services (, a management consultancy that provides financial institution clients with proven solutions in areas such as sales management practices, development of multi-channel distribution strategies, and overall execution of successful retail banking strategies. Margaret’s clients span the globe and include Citibank, Lloyds Banking Group, and a number of community and regional banks throughout the country. She is also an independent director of Tri Counties Bank (NASDAQ: TCBK), a $10 billion bank serving consumers and businesses throughout California. 

Margaret received her PhD in Sanskrit from Harvard in 1983 and a Certificate from the Harvard Introduction to Business Program for PhDs in1982. Margaret has served on a number of boards of directors in Sacramento, including the Crocker Art Museum and Broadway Sacramento.


Schools & Scholarships Chair - Bryan McKrell

Bryan McKrell grew up in Sacramento and attended Jesuit High School.  After graduating from Harvard College in 1998 he began working in commercial real estate, and is currently a Managing Director at Link Logistics Properties covering Northern California and the Pacific Northwest.  He has been an alumni interviewer since graduation and this year marks his 26th admissions season interviewing for the College.  Bryan is active in the community as a youth coach and serves on 6 different volunteer boards.  He lives in East Sacramento with his wife Alyssa, and two children, with his third child living in Cambridge as a current sophomore at the college (McKenna class of 26’).  In his free time Bryan is a ring announcer and M.C. for numerous boxing matches and community events around Northern California. 

Communications Chair -  Justice Shelton Mosley


Justice Shelton Mosley, a native of Sacramento, graduated from Harvard college in 2019 with a concentration in Economics. After graduation, he attended Vanderbilt Business School and received his graduate degree in Marketing. At Vanderbilt, he also played football and served as captain of the Vanderbilt Football team. He was signed as a priority undrafted free agent by the Kansas City Chiefs but was released Week 1 of the season. Now, Justice is an Associate at Goldman Sachs in the Investment Banking Division. Outside of work, Justice enjoys pilates, fly fishing, traveling, natural wine, hanging with his fiance (who is a Sacramento native and Harvard grad!) and supporting the Sacramento Kings.

Events Co-Chair -  Linda Shortcliffe


Linda Dairiki Shortliffe is the Stanley McCormick Memorial Professor Emerita and past Chair of Urology at Stanford University.  She completed Harvard/Radcliffe College, Stanford School of Medicine, and her Urology Residency at Stanford, and then joined the Stanford University faculty where she practiced adult and then pediatric urology and performed urologic and imaging research.  She was a Hewlett Foundation Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard.   She is interested in advancing medical science and education.  She served as a director on for-profit and national and local nonprofit boards; she currently serves as a consultant to global and national health organizations, and the California Council on Science & Technology (CCST).  She was a Bay Area resident before moving to Sacramento where one of her two daughter’s family lives. Sacramento is also where her grandparents lived. 

Events Co-Chair -  Curtis Robert Chong

Born and raised in Honolulu where he attended public schools, Curtis sang in the Honolulu Boy Choir, and was the 1993 Honolulu Star Bulletin Newspaper Boy of the Year. He received his A.B. in biochemical sciences from Harvard University magna cum laude followed by an M.Phil. in Chemistry with Sir Alan Fersht at the University of Cambridge (Emmanuel College). He then received his MD and PhD in pharmacology from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. An intrepid traveler and avid long-distance runner, Curtis has visited 54 countries and completed 126 marathons in all 50 states, 18 countries, and 6 on continents.