Arnie Cicchetti has been a volunteer in San Anselmo for the past 30 years, having first served as President for the Fairfax-San Anselmo Children’s Center. He has served as a volunteer for the Town over the last 10 years. An avid wine enthusiast, Mr.Cicchetti and his brother write articles for scientific wine journals.

Mattie O’Grady is a Recreation Supervisor for the Town of San Anselmo and is responsible for a multitude of youth recreation programs and special events, and also serves as the staff liaison for the Arts Commission.  Prior to joining the Town’s Recreation Department, Mattie served as a program coordinator for the City of Emeryville’s youth services division.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Administration from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (go Mustangs!) and truly enjoys recreation not only in her profession but also in her personal life.  She currently lives in San Anselmo with her husband, Emmet, and can be seen running, hiking, playing soccer, checking-out estate sales, or at any event around town!

Joan Stone has been on the San Anselmo Arts Commission for the past 6 years. Joan enjoys all forms of art and supporting local artists. A native raised in Marin county and has called San Anselmo “home” for 43years. Joan is self employed in her business as a Restoration Jeweler, enjoying the variety of creative challenges.

Linda Lujan has been a residence of San Anslemo for 8 years. She moved from Salt Lake City, Utah after retiring from sales and marketing. She wanted to get to know her new community and decided that the San Anselmo Arts Commission was the best way for her to do this. Linda has been part of the Commission for 3 years and has enjoyed learning about the arts in Ross Valley. She enjoys walking, biking, hiking and the outdoor activities in Marin. Linda maintains a personal training certification. She lives in San Anselmo with her daughter and grandson.

Jo Ann Hartley, born and raised in Mill Valley, was "steeped" in the arts." Her family friends were artists, actors, musicians and entrepreneurs. Her first art classes, at age 9, were in photography with Lionel Bridges in Old Mill Park. With a fine art degree, Jo Ann's started her career in the fashion world with Diane von Furstenberg and Hermès. After the birth of her children, she returned to the classroom for an interior design degree and subsequently launched her eponymous residential and commercial design firm. Jo Ann Hartley Interior Design. 
Jo Ann's design work have been featured in multiple San Francisco and Marin Designer Showcases.  Jo Ann and her husband David have lived in San Anselmo for 36 years.

Stacey Kamp is a Marin native Artist born and raised in Kentfield. Stacey is a lifelong oil painter with a professional studio at the Isabel Cook Center in San Anselmo. While in college at Dominican Unversity she started the Art Studio Program at the MIYO Teen Center in San Rafael, where she was Art Director, and organized creative activities for at-risk youth. In 2011 she created “Local Art Productions”, a grassroots organization producing large-scale art shows to showcase up-and-coming artists. Currently Stacey holds positions as the Events Manager of the Marin Art & Garden Center in Ross and the Circus Director of the Historic Log Cabin in San Anselmo. 

Heather moved from Ohio to California in 1990 to attend California Institute of the Arts in Valencia. After art school she moved back to the Midwest to begin her career as a Graphic Designer. After 10 years of enduring brutal Chicago winters she realized it was high time to move back West. In 2007, Heather and her husband Don purchased a dilapidated 1906 fixer upper in San Anselmo. They have been renovating it ever since. Heather loves getting her hands dirty and being creative in both work and in play. She runs a Graphic Design business with a focus on Packaging and Illustration from an office she shares with her husband in downtown San Anselmo. Heather has a penchant for travel, making art, gardening, yoga and scouring Ebay for useless vintage bric-a-brac. She has found a forever home in the town of San Anselmo with her husband and children and is excited to bring her creativity and passion to the Arts Commission.