Karla Amador-Daza

Karla Amador-Daza was elected Director in our late 2018 Board election.  She writes: I was born in Colombia. I grew up in San Francisco and moved to the East Bay in 1994.  I got my esthetician license in 2008 from Paris Beauty School in Concord. Continue reading

Tom Lang

Thomas (Tom) Lang has lived in El Sobrante for nearly 20 years with his wife Vivi and sons Adam and Alex.  He serves as a member of the El Sobrante Municipal Advisory Council (ESMAC) and as Chairman of the 2019 El Sobrante Stroll.  Continue reading

Martha Booz

Martha Booz holds an M.A. in German Language and Literature, as well as a Ph.D. in plant physiology. She worked at Bio-Rad Laboratories for almost 25 years, in tech support, in marketing and most recently on Bio-Rad’s web team, retiring in 2008. Continue reading

Judy Ward

Judith Ward was born and raised in the Bay Area, attended local schools and raised her family here. After retiring from working with at-risk youth, she began pursuing a number of volunteer activities. Continue reading

Sonny Randhawa

I’m a resident of El Sobrante for almost 30 years and I started my business in El Sobrante about 6 years ago. My State Farm insurance office is located on Appian Way. I’m a proud father of three boys, Sahir 21 years and Aryan & Ishan 13 years old. Continue reading

Susan McCloskey

A long-term resident of El Sobrante, Susan McCloskey and husband Dick McCloskey owned and operated McCloskey Painting, Inc. for 30 years. Continue reading

Nicole Donn

Nicole Donn is a life-long Bay Area person who grew up in San Francisco and has lived and/or worked in El Sobrante for almost 30 years. She has two adult children Joshua and Sara, who attended local public schools and went to the Boys and Girls Club and May Valley community center. Continue reading

Marie Carayanis

Marie Carayanis, resident of El Sobrante since 1963. She was co- owner for 30 years (1970-2000) of a local business in downtown El Sobrante, Nick & Marie’s Delicatessen and Catering, and thus became active in representing the needs of business owners. Continue reading