Meet Our People and Culture and Operations Teams
Director of People and Culture
Sarah joined CCNB in June 2021 as Human Resources Manager before moving into the role of Director in February 2022. Sarah joins CCNB with over 16 years of progressive leadership experience, specializing in Human Resources. She has a strong background in hospitality and is passionate about people. Sarah was lucky enough to live and work in Big Sur, CA for over 15 years where her love of people and nature combined to create an ideal environment that fostered her professional development.
Sarah moved back to Sonoma Valley, where she was raised, to be closer to her family and stayed in the HR industry until making her move to CCNB in 2021. In her free time, Sarah can be found with her husband traveling, camping, swimming, and listening to live music.
People and Culture Manager
Kevin began his foray into Human Resources in 2004 while working for the City of Petaluma overseeing the Youth Employment Services program for Petaluma City Schools. In this role he helped teach high school students how to build a resume, conduct job searches, prepare for interviews, and their rights as a minor in the workforce. Due to state-wide budget cuts, Kevin began working for a local community bank in Operations before transitioning to a specialist role within their Human Resources department. After more than 8 years with the bank, he branched out to become the Human Resources Manager for another Sonoma County non-profit before joining our CCNB team.
In addition to his experience, Kevin holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Management from San Francisco State University, as well as associate degrees in Human Resources Administration and Psychology from Santa Rosa Junior College.
Ashley Anderson, Administrative Associate
Michael Swallow, Sonoma Shop Supervisor
Roseanne Dominguez-Nichols, People and Culture Recruiter
Lauren Thomas, Sonoma People and Culture Generalist
Cody Dopheide, Facilities Coordinator
Connor Tibbetts, Marin Shop Supervisor
Conservation Corps North Bay is the oldest local nonprofit youth conservation corps in the country. Serving Marin and Sonoma Counties since 1982, CCNB has helped thousands of young people achieve their goals through education and job skills, while serving the environment and community.