About Our Chapter
NCL, Inc., Skyline Chapter is a group of mothers and daughters who have come together in a commitment to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.
Members shall reside in or attend school in Burlingame, Millbrae, Hillsborough, or San Bruno area. Like all NCL, Inc. Chapters, Skyline aims to foster the mother-daughter relationship by serving its communities together.
Our Chapter partners with philanthropic organizations that serve many aspects of our community including underserved youth, access to food, children with learning differences, animals, and the environment. Through hands-on volunteering, our members learn about the needs in our community, as well as the impact they can make in it.
Our Chapter holds monthly meetings that focus on the 3 pillars of the NCL Experience: community service, leadership and cultural experiences. Throughout the year, we have all Chapter speaker events where we discover more about leadership skills and the needs within our community.
Additionally, our Chapter is organized into grade level classes, and with the guidance of Grade Level Advisors, the girls meet monthly to create their own culture and experiences for their grade level. Annually, the girls rotate through grade level board positions where they are trained and mentored to practice their developing leadership skills, as well as have a voice in the direction of the Chapter.
We celebrate the accomplishments of our Chapter at our annual Spring Tea, as well as recognize our Seniors who have completed their 6 year NCL Experience. It is a fun and celebratory event.
Join Our Chapter
For any questions regarding Membership, requests for transfers or assistance with connecting as a Sustainer, email us.
Membership Drive dates are October 1, 2020 to January 15, 2021. Applications for membership shall be accepted only during this annual membership process.
NCL is designed as a small group leadership program whose membership is in part based on the availability of space in the daughter’s grade level so glass sizes are limited.
In order to be eligible for Membership in the Skyline Chapter, your daughter must currently be in 6th grade, 8th grade or 9th grade and you must reside in our Chapter Boundaries. The boundaries include residence in Burlingame, Hillsborough, Millbrae or San Bruno.
Please contact membership at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Mothers and their daughters (grades 7-12) participate in a program that embraces:
- CALL Primrose
- Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club
- SF Food Bank
- Animal Assisted Happiness
- AYSO Burlingame
- Big Wave
- Burlingame Public Library
- CALL Primrose
- Down Syndrome Connection
- Hillsborough Beautification Foundation
- Home and Hope
- Jasper Ridge Farms
- Linus Project
- Little Hats/Big Hearts
- Little Wonder / Family Connections
- Loved Twice
- Mid-Peninsula Boys and Girls Club
- My New Red Shoes
- Operation Gratitude
- Pacific Beach Coalition
- Park Champions
- Project READ
- Rocket Dog Rescue
- SF Food Bank
The Philanthropy Committee continues to actively pursue opportunities that meet the needs of our community and interests of our membership.
- President: Tina Ish
- President Elect: Jamie Shen
- Secretary: Patricia Domenici
- Treasurer: Nancy Miller
- Parliamentarian: Tiffany Tisen
- Vice President Communications: Tamara Romanek
- Vice President Membership: Alexandra Di Cesare
Terese Piazza Fuss
- Vice President Patroness Activities: Rosalyn Yu
- Vice President Philanthropy: Rosaline Wong
- Vice President Provisionals: Judith Kashyap
- Vice President Ticktockers: Beth Ailanjian
Ticktocker members learn leadership skills by developing confidence and competence in leading their community both formally and informally. Leadership is one of the three pillars anchoring the NCL Inc. experience, and the Ticktocker class officer structure allows Ticktocker members the opportunity to practice leadership. In turn, Ticktocker class members engage in experiences which build essential skills such as communication, organization, team building, collaboration and parliamentary procedures. Every year Ticktocker members have an opportunity to fulfill one of these roles. During their monthly meetings, Ticktocker members also explore how to build their leadership in all parts of their life by learning about their individual style, strengths and interests.
Since this is a voluntary organization, both daughters and guardians are expected to hold a role within the organization to assist in the success of the Chapter. With the leadership of the Chapter board, we create and establish the vision, purpose and events which make our chapter meaningful to members.
Both cultural and social experiences allow our members opportunities to connect with their community and foster individual growth. Cultural enrichment is one of our three pillars which anchors the NCL experience. Through these experiences, members are encouraged to learn more about themselves and develop ways to be part of the world around them. These events expose members to cultural diversity, the arts and social skills. Some cultural activities for both daughters and guardians include attending live theater productions and speakers, participating in a self-defense class and cooking classes, learning more about self-care and social awareness, and visiting galleries and museums. The girls are able to expand their thinking, discover their influence and contribute to an inclusive environment.
Every year our chapter plans and hosts a celebratory tea in May highlighting the importance of our community as a chapter. Members learn about modern etiquette through the planning and participation of our Chapter Tea. At the tea, we come together to celebrate our accomplishments of service and growth as an organization. It is a fun and meaningful way to bring everyone together as we close our year.