Election Process: Are you wondering why you haven't received a ballot or participated in a vote for these representatives? We have amazing people stepping up to lead these communities - but not enough to require a vote. We'll be talking about community and engagement and how to increase the volunteer participation in forthcoming MAC meetings and welcome your ideas either at the meetings or via emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sonoma County Coast MAC 2022-2023 Representatives
Ginny Nichols is a relative newcomer to Bodega Bay. She is an enthusiastic, innovative product marketer and product manager holding an MBA from the Wharton School and a BFA from the Pratt Institute. She was the co-founder and volunteer coordinator of a recycling program on the east coast, and served as an election officer in the South Bay for many years. She is excited to learn more about her neighbors and the issues facing Bodega Bay.
Carl Osier/Alternate seems to like demanding roles. He is a volunteer firefighter with the Bodega Bay Firefighter Protection District. His day job is a pilot with United Airlines and he and his wife are parents to a three year old with another child on the way. With a young family and deeply engaged in the community, Carl wants to help support efforts to improve the quality of life for the residents of Bodega Bay and West County.
Fort Ross/West Cazadero
Callie Madden/Alternate Bio will be forthcoming soon.
Jill Lippitt is a retired attorney living on 400 acres in the coastal wilderness who is experienced in water and septic issues, forest management, vegetation management/fuel reduction, permitting and construction, and a host of other rural concerns. Jill is a born networker, can connect people, ideas, and resources together and she intends to increase outreach via a regular MAC column in the Jenner Community newsletter.
Annie Cresswell grew up in the coastal hills of Cazadero, on Seaview Road (the Ridge) and has been part of the team at the Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods since 2002. Annie understands land use, zoning, forestry, community organizing, environmental and safety issues. She has worked on environmental issues in the area and researched proposed projects through CDF, Fish and Wildlife and Regional Water Quality. Through this research Annie learned the complexity of these projects and the importance of community involvement. Annie’s goal is to learn from, be available to, and engage her community in projects, proposals, policies, and other related matters that would either directly or indirectly aﬀect them.
Scott Farmer is the current chair of the coast MAC. Scott is a former postmaster with decades of community involvement and proven results in listening, understanding and articulating issues of concern to the Timber Cove community. His focus has been on young families and he believes we are stewards of the land.
Marti Campbell, a former banker and financial consultant, has been extremely active in community activities, including service on task forces, boards and committees since she first bought property at The Sea Ranch in 1990. She is the current vice chair of the Coastal MAC.
5th District Field Representative, Elise Weiland, contact at: (707) 565-2866 - email@example.com