2016-2017 Board of Directors
Jann Dorothy is currently serving her second term as the President of Sacramento Stonewall. An advocate for LGBT issues, Jann has previously served as Vice President for the club and is the first lesbian identified president. She is also currently Vice Chair of the Strategic Development Committee of the Sacramento County Democratic Central Committee and serves as an elected delegate of the California Democratic Party.
Timothy is serving his second term as Vice President, a role that focuses on local and regional advocacy. Timothy previously served as Sacramento Stonewall’s PAC Chair for two years Timothy moved to Sacramento in 2008, and begin working for CALPAC. He is a McGeorge Law School graduate and currently works as a Health Care Policy Specialist for L.A. Care Health Plan. Previously, he spent time working in the State Assembly and doing campaign consulting for several organizations. Timothy obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science while minoring in Philosophy and Theology.
Charlene is currently serving her second term as the Secretary/Treasurer. Charlene attended UC Santa Cruz for undergrad, served as a VISTA Volunteer out of state, and returned to California to complete her MA. She has broad experience as a service provider and advocate in the disability field. Charlene and her wife have been active in the Sacramento community since moving here in 2001. She volunteers with local nonprofits, is a member of Common Cause and the League of Women Voters and served as a principal activist in the recent No on L campaign. She has volunteered on numerous political campaigns and served several years as board and executive committee member of Access Sacramento, Sacramento County’s community media station and training center. Also a feminist committed to inclusion and reproductive justice, Charlene is a coordinating partner of the Legends of Courage LGBT documentary series and hosts a weekly community radio program Sacramento AIRS.
Lanz Nalagan is honored to serve the LGBTQ community in his capacity as Development Coordinator for the Sacramento LGBT Community Center. He also serves as Political Director for West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon and Finance Director for Sacramento City Unified School Boardmember Mai Vang.
Over the years, he grew passionate about campaign finance and philanthropy in the political and non-profit sectors, and he is grateful that his current work reflects that. After immigrating from the Philippines, Lanz grew up in the East Bay area and attended school in the beautiful Central Coast- earning a B.A in Political Science from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. He also lived in Washington, D.C before settling in Sacramento, CA, where he’s lived for 5 years.
He’s a long-time board member of Sacramento Stonewall and more recently with the Asian Pacific Islanders of Sacramento equivalent. Lanz is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and hopes to earn his CFRE- Certified Fundraising Executive- in the near future, to continue funding causes he’s passionate about. In his free time, he enjoys the outdoors, playing tennis, skiing, square dancing, and spending time with his partner, two adorable schnauzers, family, and friends over good eats and drinks.
Rosanna was recently elected Stonewell’s first female PAC Chair. She is a community activist with over 30 years of service. Herber has served as the president of her neighborhood association, and has taken on leadership roles in a variety of organizations, including the Sacramento LGBT Center, the Center for Spiritual Awareness in West Sacramento, Greater Broadway Partnership, Rainbow Chamber, Lambda Community Players, CAPPAC, Mercy Homeless Advisory Board, Sierra Curtis Park Neighborhood Association, Soroptimist International and the Lili Valley Water Company. In 2011, Herber chaired Sacramento’s LGBT Redistricting Coalition made up of the Stonewall Democrats, the Sacramento LGBT Center and the Rainbow Chamber. This coalition successfully lobbied the Sacramento City Council and County Board of Supervisors to redraw political boundaries to create gay-friendly districts, leading to the first openly gay man being elected to the Sacramento City Council. Herber started her career as Chief of Staff to Sacramento Councilwoman Kimberly Mueller from 1987-1991 and then spent 20 years working with the Sacramento Municipal Utility District, where she spear-headed its community engagement programs. Herber retired in 2012, and is the owner of Herber Enterprises. She lives with her partner of 20 years and three adorable Cocker Spaniels in Curtis Park.
Kim serves as the Membership Chair. She previously served as the Communications Chair and on the Sacramento Stonewall PAC. Kim grew up in the Sacramento area and went to UC Santa Cruz where she earned her BA in Feminist Studies. She moved back to Sacramento in 2013 with her partner to be an Assembly Fellow through the Capital Fellows program and then worked in the State Assembly as a Legislative Aide for two years. Kim is a current law student at the UC Davis Law (King Hall).