Our Board

Director Positions Avaiable
Do you love the library and want the next generation to love it as well? Become a board member on the Sonoma County Public Library Foundation. We support the library system as well as other organizations and programs that promote enthusiasm for reading and literacy. Meetings are held once a month and board members serve for two year terms. Come join a dynamic group! Contact Us.

Adriana 1Adriana Arrizon, President – Adriana Arrizon is a Child Development Coordinator with First 5 Sonoma and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant in private practice. She has 20 years of experience serving the public health sector in Alameda, Stanislaus, and Sonoma Counties. She is a passionate advocate for social justice and education. Adriana believes that reading is a building block to creating awareness that leads to and educated community and social justice, so she wants to ensure that each child has access to free books and the opportunities that education brings. In her spare time she enjoys cooking with her two boys, reading, movies, and cycling.


Robert ChealBob Cheal, Vice-President– Living and working in Sonoma County since 1979, Bob works from his home as a full time Web Designer. Active in the senior community, he is interested in promoting literacy and computer literacy in older adults and loves the services that the Sonoma County Library system provides. His hobbies include photography, videography, reading, walking, singing and playing Ukulele. Bob is the current chairperson of the Homeless Ministries Task Force at the First United Methodist Church.


Dan JenkinsDan Jenkins, Treasurer


Sara OrtizSara Ortiz, Secretary– Sara Ortiz currently works as a Content Coordinator for Zentiv Agency, helping websites increase their online presence and boost search rankings. She is excited to join the Board because of a deep-rooted love for the library. In addition to being an avid reader and library user, she believes the free education provided by the library is a priceless service to the community and a great equalizer for our children and adults. Access to books, computers, and services at the library allows anyone to continue to learn and grow. You can catch her riding her pink beach cruiser around downtown Santa Rosa, wave and say hi!


Scott AlonsoScott Alonso, Director– Scott is a resident of Petaluma and currently works for the County of Sonoma Health Services Department. Scott is a communications and public affairs professional who is passionate about reading and education. He is also a volunteer for Schools of Hope with United Way of the Wine Country where he tutors second grade students in reading.


Shirley Cheal Shirley Cheal, Director – Shirley Cheal was born and raised in England before coming to Santa Rosa as an exchange teacher. She continued her teaching career for 26 years before retiring in 2014. Having spent many years teaching and promoting reading she believes the library is a valuable asset to all in this community. Shirley has keen interest in the arts. She chairs a local arts committee, teaches children’s art classes and love to participate in all things creative.


Bill Bryant, Director


Glenn Weaver
Glen Weaver, Free Bookmobile of Sonoma County

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