Linda Witong chosen for YWCA Marin Women’s Hall of Fame Class of 2024
YWCA Announces Marin Women’s Hall of Fame Class of 2024
(Marin, CA, December 4, 2023) YWCA Golden Gate Silicon Valley is pleased to announce five extraordinary women who will be inducted into the Marin Women’s Hall of Fame. The community is invited to attend the Annual Induction Dinner and Celebration on Thursday, February 8th, 2024, at the Embassy Suites in San Rafael. This inspiring group of honorees share characteristics of passion for the community, excellence in their professions, and through their actions, have demonstrated their drive to ensure the progress and well-being of Marin’s citizens.
Tickets to the induction celebration may be purchased online at bit.ly/MWHF2024.
Before the start of Marin Women's Hall of Fame, virtually no records of women's achievements had been recorded in Marin County. In its mission to empower women and eliminate racism, YWCA Golden Gate Silicon Valley stewards this annual event, ensuring a legacy for future generations that documents not only successes, but also represents a diverse sisterhood of women supporting each other, standing together and moving the needle on progress for all women. Today, more than 150 women have been recognized for their outstanding achievements and contributions to Marin County and beyond.
Please join us in welcoming and congratulating the Marin Women’s Hall of Fame 2024 Honorees:
- Linda Witong Abrahm - Retired Marin Deputy District Attorney, President Soroptimist International Novato, and NGO UN Delegate
- Berta Campos-Anicetti - Retired Director of Latine Services, North Marin Community Services
- Kellye Eboni McKinley - CEO, Our Sisters Keeper
- Kim Mazzuca- President & CEO, 10,000 Degrees
- Beverly K. Wood - Judge of the Superior Court, Marin County
ABOUT THE MARIN WOMEN’S HALL OF FAME
Established in 1987, the Marin Women’s Hall of Fame recognizes Marin women of distinction, preserves their stories, educates the public on women’s contributions, and inspires future generations of women and girls. The Marin Women’s Hall of Fame was cofounded by YWCA, AAUW, and the Marin Women’s Commission. Before the start of Marin Women's Hall of Fame, virtually no records of women's achievements had been recorded in Marin County.
ABOUT YWCA GOLDEN GATE SILICON VALLEY
YWCA Golden Gate Silicon Valley is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. For over 140 years, your YWCA has been meeting our community’s most pressing needs. We are one of the first multiservice agencies in the Bay Area, and have three priority service areas: Empowering people and communities in healing from and preventing the trauma of violence, bigotry and racism; Achieving solutions to homelessness for survivors of violence; and Inspiring opportunity and economic security by closing the prosperity and education gap.
Adriana Caldera Boroffice
11 Dec, 2023