Special Coverage: Women In Business Awards 2017

Traditional Medicinals’ Nioma Sadler helps women lift up their communities

Nioma Narissa Sadler is the founder of WomenServe, a nonprofit based in Sonoma, that improves the lives of impoverished women and girls throughout the world, and subsequently their communities, by providing basic needs like water and health care.

Women in Business Awards: Carrie Brown, Jimtown Store

Carrie Brown of Jimtown Store wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Roni Brown, Summit State Bank

Roni Brown of Summit State Bank wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Kristina Derkos, Redwood Credit Union

Kristina Derkos of Redwood Credit Union wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Denise Dutra Maloney, The Dutra Group

Denise Dutra Maloney of The Dutra Group wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Katie Evans La Tortilla Factory

Katie Evans of La Tortilla Factory wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Anisya Thomas Fritz, Lynmar Estate Winery

Anisya Thomas Fritz, Ph.D., of Lynmar Estate Winery wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Jennifer Fujii, Inspired Fitness Training Center

Jennifer Fujii of Inspired Fitness Training Center wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Cheriene Griffith, CHEVOO Inc.

Cheriene Griffith of Chevoo wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Drea Helfer-Lagourgue, DH Wine Compliance

Women in Business Awards: Drea Helfer-Lagourgue, DH Wine Compliance wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Madeleine Keegan O’Connell, YWCA Sonoma County

Madeleine Keegan O’Connell of YWCA Sonoma County wins Women in Business Award wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Shauna Lorenzen, Exchange Bank

Shauna Lorenzen of Exchange Bank wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Karen Milman, Sonoma County Department of Health Services

Karen Milman of Sonoma County Department of Health Services wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Suzanne Nagorka, TLCD Architecture

Suzanne Nagorka of TLCD Architecture wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Terry M. Nilsen, Hennessy Advisors

Terry Nilsen of Hennessy Advisors wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Judy K. Sakaki, Sonoma State University

Judy Sakaki, Ph.D., of Sonoma State University wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Julie Silk, Keysight Technologies

Julie Silk of Keysight Technologies wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Regina Sullivan, Kaiser Permanente

Regina Sullivan, M.D., of Kaiser Permanente wins one of North Bay Business Journal's 2017 Women in Business Awards.

Women in Business Awards: Marimar Torres, Marimar Estate Vineyards & Winery

Notable Quote: “Family pride and integrity have enabled Torres to blend centuries-old traditions with the latest innovations to produce outstanding wines known the world over.

Women in Business Awards: Robin Wenzel, Wells Fargo

Professional background: Twenty-four years in commercial and corporate banking, with the last 13 years dedicated to lending exclusively to the wine industryEducation: Bachelor of science in business administration, University of San Francisco Staff: Tell us about yourself and your company: I have been in banking for close to 24 years with the last 13+ lending exclusively to the wine industry.

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