About Us

In 1950, the Rehabilitation Institute of Southern California began providing therapy to children with disabilities.  The location was a farmhouse surrounded by avocado fields in the City of Orange. Since then, we have expanded our abilities to embrace and uplift all people—from infants to seniors—with unique needs.

In 2020, our 70th year, Reimagine offers an array of specialized therapies, enrichment services, independent living support and more; with the purpose of enabling all participants to live an enhanced quality of life.

Our mission is to relentlessly pursue possibilities throughout the lifespan of every person with disabilities.

Our vision is to create a world in which all people with disabilities have equal opportunities to thrive in healthy, inclusive communities.

Reimagine Staff Leadership

Dr. Glenn Motola, PSY.D.

Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Glenn Motola graduated from Montclair State University, New Jersey, with an MA in Clinical Psychology, followed by receiving his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University, Los Angeles, CA.

He brought his clinical and management experience to Catholic Charities in San Francisco in 2004, serving as Director of Programs for aging adults, immigrants, youth and their families. He then served as Executive Director at the Oak Hill School, San Anselmo, CA, a private school for children and young adults with developmental disabilities.

In 2011, Glenn became CEO of The Arc San Francisco serving people with developmental disabilities in San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin counties where he led a staff of 170 supporting programs in education, employment, health, recreation and residential services. During his tenure, Glenn increased funding over 70%, implemented Salesforce systems, expanded transition age youth programming and partnered with a nonprofit housing developer in constructing two affordable housing buildings in San Francisco.

In 2017, Glenn joined RIO—now Reimagine—as CEO, bringing his leadership skills to the organization now in its 70th year. As a parent of a child with disabilities, Glenn sees Reimagine’s mission as one of opportunity rather than limits, and he is driving the new service and program designs that use the tools and technologies of the 21st century to meet the growing demands of those served in Orange County.


Sofia Martinez

Chief of Programs and Service Operations

Sofia is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of experience working with children and adults with developmental disabilities. She joined Reimagine 15 years ago after completing her Masters in Social Work with a concentration in Health at the University of Southern California. Sofia specializes in working with children with neurodevelopmental disabilities. She leads the Children’s Services programs at the Orange and Fullerton campuses. Sofia is dedicated to developing programs and services that enhance the quality of life for children with disabilities and their families. She has successfully expanded the Child Development programs to serve more children in the Orange County area. Sofia has been teaching social work for over 15 years and she is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Social Work at the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. She is also a member of the Network for Social Work Management and National Association of Social Workers.


Sandra Walker

Chief of Services, Continued Learning & Work Readiness

Sandra oversees the educational and workforce preparatory programs that support participants in meeting their personal, academic and vocational goals.

Prior to joining Reimagine, Sandra worked at various human service organizations including PORTALS/Community Connections Mental Health Clubhouse, Villa Esperanza Services and Asian Rehabilitation Services, all of which are in Los Angeles County.

Currently Sandra oversees the organization’s relationships with government and education resources, including area Regional Centers, Department of Rehabilitation branches, the Los Angeles Department of Mental Health, school districts, community employers, Community Care Licensing, CARF International, other human service agencies and the Department of Developmental Services.

Sandra holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services from California State University, Dominguez Hills, and a Master of Arts degree in Human Services from the University of the Rockies in Denver, Colorado.


Patrick Pitre

Chief Administrative & Technology Officer

Patrick has over 20 years of experience in corporate leadership and consulting. His expertise is in recovery and turnaround management by implementing proper processes, controls and governance to companies large and small in areas including healthcare, global logistics and supply chain, manufacturing and IT managed services. As a consultant, Patrick worked with clients including Microsoft, QLogic, Arbonne International and many others.

Identified as a subject matter expert (SME) by Microsoft, Patrick has written volumes of training and certification materials, as well as presented at Microsoft conferences on technology-related topics. Patrick has an MBA from the University of California, Merage School of Business.


Erika Cruz

Chief Operations and HR Officer

Erika’s 25 years in talent acquisition is the foundation of her skills in developing collaborative relationships and leveraging company and community resources toward solutions that meet business and funder goals while advancing the Reimagine mission. Her multi-industry experience includes healthcare, technology, financial services, automotive, manufacturing and real estate.

Her areas of specialty include strategy and organizational development, project and change management, employee and labor relations, training and facilitation, talent acquisition and coaching.

Her role recently expanded to include development and fundraising, utilizing her deep knowledge of forging strategic alliances to support Reimagine’s mission.

In addition to her work, Erika volunteers at several local nonprofits. She is particularly passionate about assisting those who need help returning to the workforce and she has supported the formerly incarcerated with resume writing and interviewing skills training.

Erika obtained her Master of Human Resources and Organization Development from San Francisco University and is SPHR certified.


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Marti Sullivan 

Chief of Advancement

Marti Sullivan has worked in non-profit fundraising and communications in independent schools and social services since 1989 and joined Reimagine’s Leadership Team in September 2021. 

Marti has been responsible over her thirty-year career for raising more than $70,000,000 in annual and capital funds. She conducted three capital campaigns for campus expansion at Schools of the Sacred Heart San Francisco and Catholic Charities. She was most recently Senior Director, Development & Communications at The Arc San Francisco, a 51-year old non-profit, supporting 850 adults with developmental disabilities in a broad range of services. 

Marti is a long-time member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the San Francisco Rotary. She is a volunteer with St. Ignatius Church’s Preservation & Promise Capital Campaign. She holds a B.A. in French from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. 


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Michael Reilly 

Chief Financial Officer

Michael joined Reimagine in 2021, before which he served for over 10 years as Director of Finance at The Oak Hill School for students on the autism spectrum where he managed the school’s operating and financial processes and was instrumental in creating the school’s strategic plan. During his tenure he decreased the school’s operating deficit by an average of 10% per year while maintaining the integrity of the multi-faceted program.

Prior to The Oak Hill School, Michael worked for eight years as an Operations Auditor, Logistics and Operations for Waste Management, Inc., preceded by many years of operations and finance management experience in healthcare.

While at Oak Hill, he realized his passion for working with students with learning differences. Joining the Reimagine team provides the opportunity to play a key role in a visionary organization that supports individuals with disabilities throughout their lives

Michael received his M.B.A. from Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, California.

He is active in his community serving as the board treasurer for a local high school. In his spare time, he is outdoors gardening, hiking, and enjoying nature with his wife, daughters, and dogs.  


Board Leadership

The Reimagine Board of Directors is our governing body and includes family members, program participants and community business leaders who oversee the organization’s activities. Board members meet regularly to discuss and vote on the affairs of the organization, ensuring alignment with the stated mission, vision and values.

Ron Murray II

Board President

Ron is a senior business development and sales management executive at American Advisors Group, a leader in the retail mortgage industry based in Irvine, CA. Ron brings his extensive experience building and leading sales teams to the Reimagine board, providing cohesion, guidance and vision garnered though his professional career which also includes membership in the California State Bar and as a California Real Estate Broker. A volunteer since 2017, Ron also advances the mission of Reimagine through his extensive links to the Orange County business community.

Donald Clem, D.D.S.

Vice President

Dr. Clem is a periodontal specialist who has provided periodontal and dental implant specialty care in Fullerton for 35 years. He grew up in Chicago, attending Loyola University School of Dentistry followed by a general internship at the Veteran’s Administration and Great Lakes Naval Regional Medical Center. His specialty training was taken in periodontology at the University of Texas Health Science Center.

Healy MacPhail


Ms. MacPhail is currently Senior Vice President, Human Resources, at Alliance HealthCare Services. Her 25 years of experience across multiple industries for national and global enterprises leverages her extensive management and leadership work, as well as her specific expertise in HR recruiting, executive coaching and HR information systems, plus benefits and compensation strategy. Healy earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Management as well as her Master of Human Resources and Master of Management and Leadership degrees from Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri.

She is the proud mom of three children, two of whom are young high-school students with developmental disabilities.

“I am thrilled to be part of an organization that is building possibilities and futures.  I believe in the value our members bring to the community by facilitating dignity through lifelong learning for all, striving towards a more inclusive and equitable future, and I look forward to being part of those continued efforts,” she says.

Scott Sellens

Dr. Sellens, DDS

Ron Murray Sr.

Retired, Digital Avionics Design
Power Conversion, Inc.

Brenda Deeley

CEO, Brenda Deeley PR

Renee McDermott

Client Executive, Business Insurance, Marsh & McClennan Insurance

Alex Cochran

VP Hirtle Callaghan

In Memoriam of

Patricia Burnes

July 19, 1930 – December 31, 2020

Patricia’s distinguished career as a retailer and professional in Design and Couturier Construction began with her graduation from Traphagen School of Design, New York. She was employed by Oleg Cassini, and later Mr. John, Inc., milliner and clothing designer.

Patricia has served in leadership positions on many non-profit boards at the local, state and national level. With honor Patricia was the Recording Secretary and Chairman of Governance for Reimagine.