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Team Cornell
Paul Culberg   Paul has been a resident of Cornell for 36 years and in that time have seen the creation of Agoura Hills, our bedroom community neighbor to the north. He has participated in the campaign to save Paramount Ranch, the purchase and preservation of thousands of acres of parkland, facilitated the recognition and renaming of Ballard Mountain, the campaign to limit the size of the Triangle Ranch development and motivated the establishment of the newest campus of Naturebridge Southern California. Naturebridge now teaches basic science and environmental science at Circle X Ranch, Camp Shalom and on the Channel Islands. His commitment to the preservation of our local habitat, history and public appreciation has been, pardon the pun, paramount.

Paul Culberg:
Steve Hess:
Steve Hess  Steve Hess was born and raised in the Santa Monica Mountains earning a Mechanical Engineering Degree in 1985. As a Santa Monica Mountains native, Steve became interested in the history and conservation of the mountains and continues with those interests today. He is proud to be a former three-term President of the Las Virgenes Homeowners Federation and presently serves on both the Board of Directors of The Mountains Restoration Trust and Save Open Space while pursuing his lifelong passion for auto and motorcycle racing. A business owner, Steve and his wife Patricia have two children and call historic Cornell home.