Representing Women and Girls in Marin County Since 1974

About the Marin Women's Commission

Meet The Commissioners

Leslie Belingheri

Originally from the California Delta, Leslie works as a brand strategist for nonprofit organizations. She is honored to serve as a District 5 Commissioner.


Aliyya Shelley Mattos

Aliyya is an international development professional focused on improving educational and health outcomes for women and girls globally. She is a proud Commissioner representing District 1.

Katherine Koyfman

Katherine Koyfman

Katie is a public affairs professional passionate about economic and political empowerment. She is honored to represent District 5.

Susannah Mrazek

Susannah is a lifelong grassroots organizer, whose passion has led to a career in local and national government. She is proud to represent District 1.

Erika Rosales-Shelfo

Maureen Broderick

Maureen has lived in Marin for close to 40 years. She is the founder and CEO of WorldWideWomen, a global directory of organizations and services for women and girls around the world. She is very excited to serve as a District 3 Commissioner.

Ajouah Grass

Ajouah Grass is a lifelong Marin resident and Public Affairs professional. I'm honored to represent District 2.

Gloria Castillo

Gloria Castillo

Gloria has been a resident of Marin County for over 25 years. In addition of her long standing residency, Gloria is a highly skilled and experienced social worker. She is grateful and humbled to serve as a commissioner of District 4.

Caroline Vance Bruister

Caroline Vance Bruister

Caroline Vance Bruister (she/her) grew up in Marin and has worked in state government, nonprofit advocacy and partnership development for startups. She is proud to represent D2.

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