Teen Services Sonoma (TSS) has elected two new board members. Marney Malik joins the board as treasurer, and Sydney Randazzo will serve as chair of communications.
Marney retired in 2015 from a 30+ year career with the Greenbrier Companies, Inc. a NYSE traded company, and was one of its founders. During her career she served in various roles including Controller, Risk Manager, VP Administration and as an Executive Officer. She previously served as Treasurer for Easter Seals, Oregon and was a student mentor for Marathon Education Partners in Portland, Oregon.
After retirement, she and her husband Shah moved to Sonoma in 2016 to be near their two daughters, son-in-law and twin grandkids. Since moving here, Marney has been active in Impact100 Sonoma and currently serves as its Treasurer. She became interested in the mission of Teen Services after volunteering as a job coach and looks forward to helping to support its mission and service to Sonoma’s teens and their families.
Sydney began her professional career in advance planning for local, state and national political campaigns prior to her 10 years in the advertising industry. She was Associate Media Director of J. Walter Thompson SF when she decided to open her own consulting business specializing in media planning. She worked with clients such as Supercuts, Foote Cone & Belding and Spanish wine maker Freixenet-- including 25+ years with their Sonoma subsidiary Gloria Ferrer Caves & Vineyards. Prior to moving from Mill Valley, she served 6 years on the board of To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation.
moving to Glen Ellen with husband John, Sydney became a member of Impact100
and has served on both the Impact Grant and Community Grant
committees. She joined the Board of Directors of Impact and was later
named President of the Board, serving for two years. As a member of Impact,
Sydney learned about the many nonprofits that serve the Sonoma Valley and has
worked on the communications committee for Teen Services.
For a listing of the full board, click here.