Nancy Johnson, President
Jonathan Matthews, Director
Wayne Capers, Director
Raphael Durr has lived in Marin County for 14 years. In 2001, Raphael served as the Marin City Community Services Districts General Manager, while working in that capacity Raphael became concerned with housing and education injustices. He soon became an advocate for equity and social justice until his retirement worked with Community Action Marin in the position of Community Advocate. Raphael currently serves as Chairperson for the Marin City Health & Wellness Clinic and is Vice Chair of the Marin City Community Development Corporation. He is a member of the Marin County's Community Development Block Grant Priority Setting Committee and a former Commissioner on the Marin County Human Rights Commission.
Jessica D. Hollinger
Jessica grew up in Mill Valley and is now a homeowner in the Tam Valley unincorporated area. She earned a BA cum laude in Urban Studies from Columbia University and a JD with certificates in Environmental and Public Interest Law from Berkeley Law School. She has worked and interned at a variety of legal and advocacy organizations, primarily in the field of environmental justice, but also in the judiciary, death penalty defense, and public benefits legal services.
Keysha Andrews - Executive Assistant
Ericka Omena Erickson, MPA – Executive Program Consultant
Ericka is the Executive Program Consultant for the leadership development initiatives at Marin Grassroots. Since October 2015, Ms. Erickson has been providing project management oversight for our programs, especially the 2016 Marin Boards and Commissions Leadership Institute and the Equal Voice Leadership Academy. Ericka has a long-standing relationship with our organization, including seven years as the Associate Director from 2007 to 2014. She brings to our programs significant expertise in the area of civic engagement and public policy. Her formal education includes a Master’s degree in Public Administration and a B.A. in Business Administration. She is a Lecturer at the San Francisco State University School of Social Work and a Coordinator for the Marin County Child Care Commission. She was honored with many awards for her work, including the Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award presented by the Marin County Human Rights Commission, and the Latina Leadership Award by the Social Justice Center of Marin.