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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]