We hope to see you 6:30 p.m. Friday as we support females in filmmaking at the Firereel Film Festival’s Gala Event at Old City Hall. Tickets are $20
Shasta County Arts Council received a $9,500 grant from The Women’s Fund of Shasta Regional Community Foundation for the Females in Filmmaking program, which has connected young women to the digital world, specifically the film industry.
Friday’s event concludes a three-week class sponsored by one of our grants. It has resulted in several young women receiving training and hands-on involvement in the creation of a short digital film. Read more about our grants here.
Your name: Sue Lang
How do we connect with you on social media: Facebook
Your bio: Sue is a retired assistant claims manager with State Compensation Insurance Fund. After working for 28 years in workers’ compensation field, she now spends her time volunteering in the community. She has been on the board of Viva Downtown Redding for 10 years, the Shasta Historical Society for three years and, more recently, joined the Shasta Community Regional Foundation board.
In 1993, she graduated from Leadership Redding, which inspired her to participate in the community. She was awarded Alumni of the Year in 2015. She helped in the Cascade Theatre Restoration Project and served on the board at Renaissance Redding. From 2005 to 2010, she served on the Community Development Advisory Committee for the city of Redding. Continue reading “Member Moment: Sue Lang”
We have so many wonderful women and men in The Women’s Fund of the Shasta Regional Community Foundation, and we would like to feature them here. We’ve featured nearly a dozen here since February, but unfortunately we are out of profiles.
So, we need your help. Please answer three short questions in this survey below (use the scroll bar to find the next question and click on “submit”) and email a photo to email@example.com so we can continue this feature on our blog.
Your Name: Leslie Woodson
How do we connect with you on social media: LinkedIn
Your bio: Leslie, a registered nurse who holds a master’s degree in nursing, is serving her third year as chief nursing officer at Shasta Regional Medical Center. She has 30 years of nursing experience with a background in critical care, nursing education, Lean Six Sigma and Healthcare Informatics.
She serves on the board of Shasta Community Health Center and is a member of Soroptimist International and The Women’s Fund of Shasta Regional Community Foundation.
In addition, she is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Association of California Nurse Leaders, American Organization of Nurse Executives and American College of Healthcare Executives.
It’s that time of year again. You know what we’re talking about. The time where you have a big say in how we dedicate funds for the year.
Look for your emailed invitation to cast your vote for this year’s focus area for The Women’s Fund of Shasta Regional Community Foundation. Members will vote today through May 15 to determine where the need is greatest for $45,000 in grant funding.
The focus area with the highest votes will be announced at our State of the Fund event May 26.
This summer, grant applications will be accepted from nonprofit organizations and public entities for projects that fit the focus area chosen by our members. Grants will be awarded in the fall and announced at The Women’s Fund’s annual Members’ Event in October.
Each and every vote matters, so we encourage you to cast yours today!