Changing of the “Guard” at Impact100 Sonoma

Outgoing President B.J.Bischoff at the 2013 Annual Meeting

Outgoing President B.J.Bischoff at the 2013 Annual Meeting

The Board of Impact100 Sonoma has some new faces, as the leadership of Impact100 Sonoma changed on July 1. After two impressive years, B.J. Bischoff handed the presidential reins to Sydney Randazzo, who previously served as Chair of the Education Committee. Regretfully, we say farewell to Beth Aaron, Patti England, and Geralyne Mahoney, who are retiring from the Board after dedicating four years of service, most recently in the positions of Co-Chair of Events, Chair of Impact100 Grant Program, and Vice President of Governance, respectively.

 

We salute Geralyne, Beth, and Patti and thank them for all that they have done for Impact100 Sonoma and for the nonprofits of SonomaValley.

 

We are pleased to welcome three new Board members:

Celia CanfieldCelia Canfield, a skilled communications expert with over 30 years of print and Web publishing experience will serve as the Executive Vice President of Impact100.

Grace MeeksGrace Meeks, co-founder of Architects Nash and Nash and a Founding Member of Impact100 will now take charge of the Impact Grants.

Jeanne Montague Jeanne Montague with over 25 years of experience in various aspects of corporate finance will serve as Assistant Treasurer of Impact100 Sonoma. 

In addition, Peg VanCamp will chair the Governance Committee.

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