Marin Women's
Hall of Fame Honorees

Learn more by watching Honoree oral biographies on the Marin Women's Hall of Fame video archive

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Linda Witong Abrahm
Linda Witong Abrahm is a distinguished and accomplished professional, bringing to the table a wealth of experience and a commitment to justice, human rights, and the protection of women and girls. With a career spanning over three decades, Linda has proven herself as a tenacious, creative, and ethical advocacy specialist. Her dedication to enforcing the...
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Kim Mazzuca
Kim Mazzuca’s transformative leadership has made an indelible impact in educational equity and justice not just in Marin County, but across the Bay Area and nationally.  As a chief executive officer, board volunteer and leader, social justice advocate, and mom, she is guided by very personal and deeply held values of compassion, equality, justice, and...
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Kellye Eboni Mckinley
Kellye (Eboni) Mckinley  is the single mother of two amazing sons, Zion, 23, and Ezra, 21, and the grandmother of Zion Jr. Eboni is a native of Chicago, Illinois, and moved to California in 1978, settling down in Marin City  along with her mother and siblings. She is the fifth  of nine children of a...
Bevely Wood
Beverly K. Wood
Some lives are well planned and follow a proven path.  Others seem a complete result of fate or coincidence.  Judge Wood believes her life is a bit of both.  She was raised in a diverse working class neighborhood in the East Bay.  Her next-door neighbors included one family from  Algeria, and another from France.  The...
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Berta Campos-Anicetti
Berta Campos-Anicetti emigrated to the U.S. from El Salvador when she was 16 years old. She did not speak English and faced the many struggles of being a new immigrant. The gifts and challenges of those experiences have informed her work and given her great compassion for the difficulties that are faced by newcomers to...
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Leslie Murphy
Born in San Francisco, Leslie Murphy moved with her family to Novato in 1966. She cherished her time as a child growing up in a new development in the San Marin area of Novato. Leslie’s childhood was on a court with mostly boys which led to dirt clod fights, roller ball, and fort building. Also...

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