Nancy Vogl

Nancy Vogl

Statement

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People are inspired to participate when they feel a deep sense that their contribution propels a vision of healthier and safer communities for themselves and their families. Invitations, not threats, motivate us to co-create the cooperative nation we want to live in! We must harness the monumental energy necessary to assure every American support and fair access to the opportunities and benefits afforded our founders.

Bio

Nancy Vogl was a founding member of one of the first feminist rock bands of the 1970’s Bay Area Women’s Music scene, and played bass at the First International Women’s Rock Festival in Germany in 1981. She had the fortune to have James and Grace Lee Boggs as both mentors and friends for over 40 years. A professional in youth development, she served on the State Superintendent’s Task Force on Service Learning for the California Department of Education and as Youth Service Director for the Volunteer Center of Sonoma County. She was Co-Director and Leadership Coach for Sonoma County’s LGBTQI support group, and represented Northern California as a Rotary Foundation Peace Ambassador in Barcelona, Spain.


Nancy’s adult life has been dedicated to creating a just and healthy society through informal transformational coaching.