New board members of Impact100 Sonoma (from left to right): Sarah Carroll, Assistant Membership Chair; Dana Simpson-Stokes, Co-Community Grants Chair; and Marney Malik, Co-Treasurer.
The Board of Directors of Impact100 Sonoma recently elected three new members to its now sixteen-member board:
Sarah Carroll will serve as Assistant Membership Chair. Sarah joined Impact100 Sonoma in 2017 as a NextGen member. With a background in travel and hospitality, she spent many years traveling through work, and she is now learning the wine industry from within the marketing team at a family-owned wine company in Sonoma.
Marney Malik will serve as Co-Treasurer. Marney is a retired corporate executive. She was formerly the VP Administration and Controller for the Greenbriar Companies, a NYSE-traded company. For 13 years she served as the Treasurer and was a Board member for Easter Seals Oregon. She has experience in finance, accounting, management, resource development, policy development, program evaluation, personnel / HR matters and nonprofits.
Dana Simpson-Stokes will serve as Co-Community Grants Chair. Dana moved to Sonoma after living in three other states and three European countries. She worked in retail buying and interior design before “retiring” to raise two children. She has served as an officer for many school and community organizations, is a docent with the di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art, and serves on the board of Sonoma Plein Air.
A complete list of Impact100 Sonoma board members can be found at: https://www.impact100sonoma.org/about-us/board-of-directors/ .
Impact100 Sonoma 2018 board of directors.
Impact100 Sonoma is a collective grant-making organization started in August 2009 that brings together at least 100 women with a common purpose: to award an Impact Grant of $100,000 every year to a Sonoma Valley nonprofit organization that would otherwise not have access to that level of funding. To date, its members have granted a total of $2,062,000.
In 2019, in celebration of its tenth Anniversary, Impact100 Sonoma will offer a one-time $50,000 10th Anniversary Grant, in addition to the annual Impact Grant and Community Grants of up to $20,000.
The mission of Impact100 Sonoma is to empower women of Sonoma Valley to invest in a more sustainable nonprofit community through collective giving and responsible stewardship. Impact100 Sonoma invites all women who want to make a difference in Sonoma Valley to become a member. Information about joining can be found at www.impact100sonoma.org or by calling 707-939-5007.