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Advisory Board

Deb Fudge

Mayor of Windsor

Julia Donoho


County of Sonoma

Liz Yager

Sustainability Director

County of Sonoma

Lori Houston

Communications Consultant

Martha Baeli

Senior Project Manager


Michael Eschenbach

Solar Engineer

Raymond Baltar


Moon Valley Studio



Honorary Board

Alexandra "Sascha" Von Meier

Co-Director, Electric Grid

California Institute for Energy and Environment

Efren Carrillo

Sonoma County Supervisor

Grant Davis

General Manager
Sonoma County Water Agency

Jack Buckhorn

Business Manager
IBEW Local Union 551

Jake Mackenzie

Regional Climate Protection Authority Chair

Jeannie Shulz

Board President, Shulz Museum

Noreen Evans

California State Senator

Randy De Caminada

PG&E Executive Manager

Rod Dole

Retired, Auditor-Controller-Treasurer- Tax Collector
County of Sonoma

Shirlee Zane

Bay Area Air Quality Management District Board Member



Lori Houston

Lori Houston is a co-founder of Solar Action Alliance. Lori is a communications professional with 20 years of experience in public relations, media consulting, marketing, and journalism. Lori works primarily with renewable energy, health care, and media clients in the North San Francisco Bay Area. She is a 2006-07 Fellow of Leadership Training for a Sustainable Future, offered through the Leadership Institute for Ecology and the Economy. Lori was involved with Solar Sebastopol, a first-ofits- kind city solar program started in 2003 that laid the foundation to launch Solar Action Alliance in 2008.

Marty Roberts

Marty Roberts is a co-founder of Solar Action Alliance and was a founder of Solar Sebastopol that inspired the formation of SAA. Marty is currently owner of Marty Roberts Productions specializing in web sites, video, events, PR, and social media services for nonprofits and small businesses. Marty was also a founder of the Sonoma County Farmlands Group in the 1980s and was executive director for 10 years. She has produced several regional conferences on transportation, farmland preservation, and solar energy. She holds a degree in Environmental Studies from Sonoma State University.