Working With Others
Featured Client - Doree Friedman
Doree got her undergraduate degree, and her Masters of Fine Arts degree, majoring in Sculpture, and teaching credential at NYU and currently enjoys being an avid art collector. She has recently begun to do sculpture again. In a corporate capacity, she collaborates with city governments and labor unions and is an adept strategist and coalition builder. In an individual capacity, she has served on multiple boards and is passionate about and supportive of the arts as well as continuing to help people in need outside of the office. She serves on the boards of the Treasure Island Homeless Development Initiative (THIDI) and the Headlands Center for the Arts and is a producer of an upcoming documentary about women in prison.
She enjoys much of her spare time in her Inverness home and studio which she shares with her partner Kirsten Kuhlmann. She also loves spending her time with her children, her sister and her niece as well as her ever-growing family. Right now, she is enjoying holding her new grandson, adding to the collection of grandchildren and blended grandchildren.
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CHARITIES WE SUPPORT
Becoming Independent — also known as BI — helps people with developmental disabilities live meaningful and productive lives. We are a nonprofit community benefit organization serving Sonoma, Napa and Solano counties with a purpose of elevating human abilities for the mutual benefit of our Community.
Women’s Daytime Drop-in Center
The Women’s Daytime Drop-In Center (WDDC) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit program, in the San Francisco Bay Area, empowering women and children to move from the streets to a home by providing ongoing and intensive counseling, case management services, daily support groups, a comprehensive children’s program, a variety of referral services, and a transitional housing program for four single parent families.