Our Team


Mark H. Greenberg

Mark H. Greenberg

Executive Director

Mark is a seasoned non-profit professional having spent his entire professional life in the non-profit sector, mostly on the Development side including Board and Leadership Development.  He joined EOLCCA in the summer of 2023 as Development Strategist and was named Executive Director in April 2024 following the retirement of EOLCCA’s founding director Judy Neall Epstein.

He moved to San Diego from the Washington, DC area some 35 years ago for law school and initially worked as an attorney representing immigrant clients, including developing a program providing legal support to immigrant domestic violence victims. He moved into fundraising with the Jewish Federation of San Diego, Community Resource Center in Encinitas, and the American Technion Society — the “friends of” organization supporting an engineering university in Israel.

He received a BA in History from the American University in Washington DC. and J.D. from California Western School of Law.  He has two daughters in their mid-20s, one local and one in Austin, TX.  Depending on the season, he enjoys managing his fantasy baseball or football teams, hiking and birdwatching, and improving his barbecue skills.  He lives in San Diego with his partner Julie and her two daughters, one in high school and one in college.

Mark has quickly embraced the importance of choice at the end of one’s life and values the groundwork and progress made by those involved in this important cause.
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Steffany Lohn

Volunteer Program Manager

Steffany is a Southern California native who comes to us with degrees in Sociology, Business Administration and Occupational Studies. Her work history involves professional experience as a direct service provider in mental and behavioral health, many years of nonprofit experience in community-based programs, and experience in volunteer coordinating, case management, and working with diverse populations.

She was involved with her mother’s end-of-life process dealing with terminal cancer and hospice care, and is passionate about work that has a greater purpose to help others. She is excited about being a part of EOLCCA’s further development and expanding the volunteer program to new heights. When not working with EOLCCA, you can find Steffany spending time with her son, writing screenplays, or trying to run a six-minute mile.

"Thank you tremendously for helping my wife transition — as smooth and peaceful a transition as possible." -- T.R.

End of life choices California

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