County of Sonoma
Director Gorin represents Sonoma County’s First District and has been on the Board of Directors since 2015.
Supervisor Gorin has represented the First District of Sonoma County since 2012. She also represents the Board on numerous local and regional committees.
Ms. Gorin graduated from Sonoma State University in 1991, cum laude, with degree in Political Science and Economics. In 1996, Ms. Gorin was elected to the Santa Rosa School Board, subsequently served on the Santa Rosa Board of Public Utilities and Santa Rosa Planning Commission. She was then elected and served as a six-year city council member and two years as Mayor.
City of Sonoma
Director Harvey represents the City of Sonoma and joined the Board of Directors in 2019.
City of Cloverdale
Director Bagby represents the City of Cloverdale and joined the Board of Directors in 2019.
City of Sebastopol
Director Gurney represents the City of Sebastopol and has been on the Board of Directors since 2008. Prior to joining the Sebastopol City Council in 2004, Gurney was appointed to the City’s Planning Commission and, earlier, to the Parks and Recreation Commission. During eleven-plus years in office, she has served two terms as Vice Mayor and three terms as Mayor. She is the first woman to be the Mayor for two consecutive years and only the second person in recorded history to do so. In 2010, Mayor Gurney secured Sebastopol’s designation as a “Slow City” with the international organization, Cittaslow. Her current responsibilities include Pine Grove Square Sub-Committee, Library/City Hall Landscape Sub-Committee, Water Sub-Committee, and Community Impact Report Sub-Committee.
She served as Chair of the Sonoma County Transportation Authority and Regional Climate Protection Authority from 2014-2015 and serves as Sebastopol’s delegate to Health Action. Statewide, she serves as Alternate to the California Coastal Commission for the North Central Coast (Sonoma, Marin and San Francisco Counties).
A Sebastopol resident since 1978, Gurney is a mediator and collaborative attorney with 25 years’ experience in Sonoma County.
City of Cotati
Director Landman represents Cotati and has been on the Board of Directors since 2013. He was appointed to Cotati City Council in November 2009, elected to a full four-year term in 2010, and re-elected in 2014 for a second four-year term. Mark Landman has lived in Cotati since 1987. In 2004 he retired from the Novato Fire District where he served the community as a firefighter, as one of the first paramedics in Marin County, and finally as a fire captain.
Director Landman currently serves as Chair of the Board of Directors for Sonoma Clean Power. In 2015, Director Landman was elected by members of the Sonoma County Mayor’s and Councilmembers Association to a second four-year term as a city alternate commissioner on the Sonoma Local Area Formation Commission (LAFCO). Director Landman also serves as Chair of the Russian River Watershed Association, and as Chair of the Sonoma County Legislative Committee.
City of Rohnert Park
Director Mackenzie represents the City of Rohnert Park and began serving on the Board of Directors in 1997.
City of Petaluma
Director Miller represents the City of Petaluma and has been on the Board of Directors since January of 2015. She served as the alternate representing Petaluma in 2014. Director Miller has been a member of the Petaluma City Council since January of 2013. Director Miller also serves as a member of the SCTA’s Highway 101 Ad Hoc Committee, which was formed in early 2015 to address and seek solutions to funding shortages for the Highway 101 widening from Petaluma south to the Sonoma Marin county line. As part of the Highway 101 Ad Hoc Committee, she worked to refinance Measure M bonds saving taxpayers $1.8 million in interest costs and securing $14.9 million in extra money for the Highway 101 widening project.
Director Miller has more than twenty years of experience as a real estate and land use attorney and served on the Petaluma Planning Commission prior to her election to the Petaluma City Council. She has also served as the council liaison to the Planning Commission, council liaison to the Petaluma Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Commission and has served as an alternate to the Water Advisory Committee since 2013.
City of Healdsburg
Director Naujokas represents the City of Healdsburg and joined the Board of Directors in 2019.
County of Sonoma
Director Rabbitt represents Sonoma County’s Second District and has been on the Board of Directors since 2013. Supervisor David Rabbitt was first elected to the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors in November 2010, after serving four years on the Petaluma City Council, and was elected to his third term representing the Second District of Sonoma County.
The Supervisor served two consecutive terms as Chair of the Board of Supervisors in 2013 and 2014, and is currently serving as the Chair of the Board again in 2019.
Supervisor Rabbitt serves as President of the Bay Area Association of Governments; Director of the Golden Gate Bridge District; Director of Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit; Director of the National Association of Counties; Chair of the North Bay Water reuse Authority; Director of the Sonoma County Transportation Authority and Regional Climate Protection Authority; and has been appointed twice by the Governor to represent local government on the California Seismic Safety Commission.
Supervisor Rabbitt is an architect, and resides in Petaluma with his wife, three children and their dog Nellie.
Town of Windsor
Director Salmon represents the Town of Windsor and began serving on the Board of Directors in 1997. He is currently serving his 22nd year on the Windsor Town Council. Current appointments include the Airport Land-Use Commission and acting as the Health Action Council Liaison.