Impact100 Sonoma is pleased to announce five new participants in the NextGen Program, designed to inspire and empower young women to become actively involved in serving our Sonoma Valley community. The new members, pictured above from L to R, are Dayane Mendoza Solis, Sarah Gaschler, Allison Wiley-Weekes, Vianette Contreras and Betzy Chavez.
The NextGen Program provides the next generation of women an opportunity to become full Impact100 members and participate in community nonprofit engagement and the grant-making process. Participants are encouraged to join a grants committee and participate in leadership development workshops, professional networking, and other opportunities offered by the two-year program. Donations from our members and a grant from the Vera C Hendry Foundation make the program possible.
Click here to learn more about the NextGen Program. Donations in any amount are welcomed online or by mail.