Our Executive Committee

The Board meets every first Monday of the month at 5:45pm.  Anyone interested in attending is welcome.  If you plan to attend a Board meeting or want more information about the San Carlos Sister City organization, please send us an email by clicking this link.

Meet our 2013-2015 Executive Committee 


ScottScott Daley, Ex-President

Scott Daily is a teacher, writer and jazz pianist who has lived in the San Carlos area for more than 30 years.  He is active in the San Carlos Chamber of Commerce and the San Carlos Kiwanis Club, as well as the San Carlos Sister City Association.  A former San Carlos Little League and AYSO soccer coach, he is a devoted follower of Bay Area sports teams and enjoys walking, skiing and fly-fishing.  He has been involved with the San Carlos Sister City Association for the past two decades.

Ed SandersEd Sanders, President

Worked many years in the IT industry, involved in business and software development.  He embraces Japanese and American cultures as he lived in Japan until his teens.  Taking a high tech job in the Silicon Valley 25 years ago, he moved to San Carlos from Southern California.  As a member of the Sister City Association, Ed’s passion is to play the role of a cultural bridge, connecting the hearts and minds of people living across the Pacific Ocean, and bringing the people and their communities involved in Sister City activities to experience a culturally richer and more spiritually peaceful life style.

Tom DavidsTom Davids, Secretary

Tom Davids has been a Board member for SCSCA since 1997. He served 12 years on the San Carlos City Council, including three years as mayor.  His career was in the savings and loan industry including several years as Chief Operating Officer of Eureka Federal Savings. He also served as Property Manager for San Mateo County Transit District. Currently Tom serves on the boards of several community based organizations. He is now partially retired and employed by Intero Real Estate Services as an Associate Broker.

Nobue KawaharaNobue Kawahara, Treasurer

Nobue moved from Japan to the Bay Area with her family in 1971.  She has been living in San Carlos since 1996.  She loves the city, it’s diversity and says it has the best weather in the Bay Area.  Nobue is greatly honored to be part of the San Carlos Sister Cities and help support our youth and the exchange of students from other countries.