Marilyn Price

“Marilyn Price” and “Trips for Kids” are rarely mentioned separately. The terms are two sides of an equation. And Trips for Kids (TFK) is why Marilyn has been named to the Marin Women’s Hall of Fame. For the past twenty years, TFK has been the focus of Marilyn’s life. She works seventy- to eighty hours […]

Royce Yvonne McLemore

Royce McLemore is a dynamic activist whose nonprofit, Women Helping All People, fosters personal achievement, economic independence and a sense of belonging to a community. In 1990, sixteen Marin City women gathered on Royce’s front lawn to express their concern for the community’s young women who lived in public housing, had nothing to do and […]

Joanne Dunn

Describing Joanne Dunn’s contributions to Marin is an awesome task. She has served Marin County arts and service organizations as founder, board member, fundraiser and PR person for forty-seven years. She has been happily married to Gordon Dunn for more than fifty years. A commitment from Joanne means long-term dedication. Joanne’s life is the arts […]

Sylvia Boorstein

Sylvia is Marin’s best-known voice for peace, mindfulness and practical spirituality. She has published four best-sellers that demystify spirituality and Buddhism (It’s Easier Than You Think; Pay Attention, For Goodness’ Sake; Don’t Just Do Something, Sit There; and That’s Funny You Don’t Look Buddhist). She writes a column for Shambhala Sun Magazine and is known […]