Katie Greaves has been named director of the employment and training division for Sonoma County Human Services Department. She was first hired by the department in 2007 and currently serves as a section manager for administration and quality improvement with the Family, Youth and Children’s Division.
Amanda LeCave is the new marketing project coordinator for Santa Rosa’s Boylan Point Agency. She is a Santa Rosa resident and a graduate of Pepperdine University with a bachelor’s degree in integrated marketing.
Michael Dimock, David Eiseman, John Mackie and Steve von Raesfeld have joined the board of Sonoma Academy in Santa Rosa.
Dimock is a national food movement organizer who heads the nonprofit Roots of Change.
Eiseman is a partner in the law firm of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan and practices in the firm’s San Francisco office.
Mackie is the co-founder and managing partner in the Santa Rosa law firm of Carle Mackie Power & Ross.
Von Raesfeld is the founding principal of vRa Architects, a Petaluma architecture and planning firm.
Sarah Stanley-Burnham has become the chief executive officer of Petaluma’s Redwood Building Maintenance. She follows her father, Bob Stanley, who remains chairman of the board but retired in April after leading the company since purchasing it in 1983. Stanley-Burnham previously served as a registered nurse for eight years while working part-time for the family business.
Jonathan Weintraub has joined the board and will serve as treasurer for the nonprofit Center for Climate Protection in Santa Rosa. He is a senior tax accountant for BPM.
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