Board of Directors
Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op is run by a seven-person Board of Directors elected by our Co-op members in an annual election held each September. Each Board member is elected for a three-year term and cannot sit on the Board for more than three consecutive terms.
The primary responsibilities of the Board of Directors are to provide overall direction and ensure the long-range security and viability of the Co-op. The Board is responsible for developing policies necessary to carry out the duties of the Board and the functions of the cooperative.
I love the coming together of the delicious food and the great people in this wonderful organization, and I am proud to represent you as we lead the co-op forward. View the President’s duties.
First Vice President
I am pleased and honored to be representing the Co-op members and contributing to this community by serving on the Board of Directors. I look forward to working (and shopping) with the other Board members and all of you. View the Vice President’s duties.
Second Vice President
When I became a member in 2004, I invested in the Co-op for more than the economic benefits I receive as a member. I did so because I respect the Co-op’s values of co-operative economics, sustainability and ethical business practices. As a mother, I am even more invested in the Co-op because I want my daughter’s generation to count on it as I have done for years. I want to help guide the Co-op towards a successful future while adhering to its founding co-operative values. View the Vice President’s duties.
As a Board member, I look forward to furthering the goals of the cooperative and promoting the values of the cooperative in the community. I am keenly interested in strengthening the financial position of the cooperative to ensure our longevity and ability to provide food, education and community service in an ethical and sustainable fashion. I am excited to represent the members and work with all of the Board Directors to accomplish these goals.
I love our Co-op! I strongly believe our Co-op should be a community — one that promotes member engagement, democracy, and transparency. Our Co-op’s success should always be measured on our commitment to social responsibility and its environmental impact in addition to our profit margin.