Marin Women's
Hall of Fame Honorees

Tamra Peters
Tamra Peters, Founder & Executive Director, Resilient Neighborhoods Growing Up. Over the course of five decades, Tamra Peters has demonstrated her passion to protect the natural world. She grew up in the 1950’s in Arlington, Virginia, playing in the woods and fields with her brother and the neighborhood kids. There was always something to discover...
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Patricia Kendall
Community Service
Pat Kendall’s first community was the San Francisco neighborhood where she was born and raised. On her block, young couples, like her parents, bought their homes new, started their families, and many spent their last days there. Her  neighborhood became an extended family, giving the children a strong start. Pat talks fondly of the parents...
Eva Long, Ph.D
Eva Long, Ph.D., is a Gerontologist and the Founder, President and CEO of the Center for Longevity, Transition, and Renewal. The center specializes in medical science research related to the longevity of life.  Throughout Eva’s history of professional accomplishments, she is frequently noted as the first female or first Asian American to attain or receive...
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Cecilia Zamora
Social Change
Cecilia Zamora is the Executive Director of the Latino Council, a San Rafael non profit seeded by the United Way of the Bay Area in 1997. The Latino Council’s focus is strategic planning, organizational development, board diversity, data gathering/research, and advocacy/public policy development. The Latino Council, once known as the Latino Services Project, helps other...
Amy Lewis Reisch 
Amy Lewis Reisch has had a long career dedicated to equity, civil rights, peace, and justice; these principles have been unifying themes in her life and her work.  On the West coast, Eeast coast and back again, Amy served most recently as the executive director of First 5 Marin Children and Families Commission, dedicating nearly...
Lynn O'Malley Taylor
Public Affairs
In my wildest dreams I never imagined having the honor and privilege of serving as a judge for the State of California for the last 35 years. My parents, Edmund James O’Malley and Elizabeth Hoover O’Malley, grew up during the depression. My father paid for college and law school cleaning toilets. My parents met at...

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