Three elected to Sonoma Valley Education Foundation board
Molly Fedorchak, Camerino Hawing and Vanessa Rognlien have joined the The Sonoma Valley Education Foundation’s Board of Directors, serving with Jean Barnier, Will Deeths, Jan Davis, Jette Franks, Debra Garber, Michael George, Kevin Jaggie, Anne Kuschner, Susan Reber and Charles Young. In addition, Riley O’Donnell serves as the student representative to the Board.
“The success of every organization can be traced directly to its leadership, and with these three new board members the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation has strengthened it purpose and potential,” exclaimed Executive Director Laura Zimmerman. “This strong new board is well positioned to help ensure the highest attention is placed on educating the children of our Valley.”
Molly Fedorchak is Union Bank’s Sonoma senior community relations officer and works with Operation HOPE to empower youth through financial education.
Camerino Hawing is an architect with Quattrocchi Kwok Architects in Santa Rosa, served for seven years as a trustee for the Sonoma Valley Unified School District and was the first Latino representative to serve on the District Board of Trustees.
Vanessa Rognlien has spent much of her time raising money for public schools, and in Sonoma served as president of the Prestwood Elementary PTO for two years. She has three children ages 2-11 and is active in many youth related causes in Sonoma Valley.
Since 1993, The Sonoma Valley Education Foundation has raised over 4.5 million dollars for the public schools of Sonoma Valley. It supports local schools by funding programs aimed at raising student achievement and creating a generation of students who love to learn.
For more information, visit svgreatschools.org or call Laura Zimmerman, 935-9566.