Marin Women’s
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2020 Marin Women’s Hall of Fame

YWCA San Francisco & Marin is pleased to announce five extraordinary women who will be inducted into the 2020 Marin Women’s Hall of Fame. The community is invited to attend the induction celebration on Thursday, March 26, 2020. This inspiring group of honorees share characteristics of passion, dedication, wit and hard work, and through their actions, have demonstrated their drive to ensure the progress and well-being of Marin’s citizens.

Tickets to the induction celebration may be purchased at bit.ly/MWHF2020.

Patricia Kendall, Medical Group Administrator, Kaiser Permanente

Eva Long, Ph.D., Founder, President and CEO, Center for Longevity Transition & Renewal

Tamra Peters, Founder & Executive Director, Resilient Neighborhoods

Amy Reisch, Executive Director, First 5 Marin

Cecilia Zamora, Executive Director, Latino Council

 To learn more about this year's inductees please read our Press Release here

YWCA IS ON A MISSION

2020 Marin Womens hall of fame inductees

Patricia Kendall

Medical Group Administrator, Kaiser Permanente

Eva Long, Ph.D.

Founder, President and CEO, Center for Longevity Transition & Renewal

Tamra Peters

Founder & Executive Director, Resilient Neighborhoods

Amy Reisch

Executive Director, First 5 Marin

Cecilia Zamora

Executive Director, Latino Council

2019 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

MARIN WOMEN'S HALL OF FAME HONOREES

INDUCTION DINNER

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THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2020

The Marin Women's Hall of Fame celebrates new inductees with an induction ceremony and dinner gala on the last Thursday in March each year.

If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please review the Sponsorship Deck here and contact Jaime Woods, Director of Philanthropy, at philanthropy@ywcasf-marin.org 

Check out images from the 2019 Marin Women's Hall of Fame celebration.

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Established in 1987, the Marin Women’s Hall of Fame
recognizes Marin women of distinction, preserves their stories, 
educates the public on women’s contributions, and inspires future generations of women and girls.