Homes for Sonoma

A week after the 2017 wildfires, a small group of designers, architects, and community leaders met with one question in mind: How can we help our friends, families and neighbors? With so many people displaced, we felt an urgent need to rebuild our community. We knew we wanted to serve fire survivors as quickly as possible. But we also wanted to address long-term affordable housing needs in Sonoma County.

We made a plan and gave ourselves the name Homes for Sonoma so everyone would know what we were about. Today, we are a dedicated team building affordable, modular housing to increase the long-term housing stock and keep Sonoma County diverse and inclusive.

If you believe in rebuilding a Sonoma County with room for everyone, we hope you will join us.

Board of Directors

Key Leadership

Samantha Kraesig

Secretary of the Board

Dan Blake

Treasurer of the Board

Aaron Jobson

Chair of the Board

Caroline Shaw

Interim Executive Director

Efren Carrillo

Board Member

Tina Wallis

Board Member

Advisors

Jane Hamilton

Rebuild Together Petaluma

Peggy Furth

Philanthropist

Larry Florin

Burbank Housing

Lindy Hahn

Morgan Stanley

Meet Our Team

A wide array of highly respected local professionals, including representatives from Burbank Housing, Quattrocchi Kwok Architects, Maker Media and more, have joined together.

Drew Weigl

AXIA Architects

Michelle Farrell

Flight

Steven Kwok

Quattrocchi Kwok Architects

Tyler Chartier

Tyler Chartier Photography

Will Korger

ZFA Structural Engineers

Heather Mackin

International Interior Design Association

Fox Scarlett

Flight

Melinda Hepp

Studio PR

Matt O’Donnell

Sonoma County Office of Education

Nate Bisbee

Bisbee Architecture + Design

Katelynn Wiley

Rebuilding Together Petaluma

Mary Dooley

MAD architecture inc

Thank You to All Our Partners

Annual Report

See what we've been up to in our 2018 Annual Report.

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