June 8, 2023


Janeen Murray, Director

Janeen Murray is the Director of Sonoma County GO LOCAL, a marketing network of more than 400 Sonoma County businesses, non-profits, and government agencies. GO LOCAL provides economic development marketing to help increase awareness about the importance of going local, to drive more market share to locally owned businesses and strengthen our local economy.  

Janeen started out as a science teacher in Sonoma County public schools, inspiring a commitment to learning and sustainability in our youth. She then shifted over to experience the private sector, managing operations and marketing for locally owned businesses.

Now supporting the GO LOCAL community since 2010, Janeen has served as Director for the past 4 years. In parallel, she manages Sustaining Technologies, LLC, a worker-owned and cooperatively-managed LLC that provides the media publishing and management for GO LOCAL. 

She's a volunteer member of the Sonoma County Food System Alliance. After hours, you may come across her playing accordion around the county with The Hubbub Club street band, and she also serves on the board of the nonprofit Hubbub Music Society. Contact:

Debbie Stohlman

Debbie grew up in Sonoma County, wife to Mark Stohlman and mother to two beautiful daughters Julia and Rachel. She has been in the mortgage banking industry for over 28 years and a paid tax preparer for 20 of those years. Debbie is GO LOCAL's bookkeeper, Accounts receivable specialist, Accounts Payable, accounting coordinator, and serves on the GO LOCAL board. Debbie's passion is volleyball, her need to balance her inner compass is filled by recharging at Doran Beach for some serious (and seriously fun) doubles volleyball. Her love of volleyball also has her running her own volleyball tournaments and the volleyball ministry at her church. Contact:

Leslie Graves

Leslie joined the GO LOCAL team in August 2023 and is the Marketing Coordinator. Her experience ranges from management, marketing, and producing community events over the last 20+ years in Sonoma County. Leslie's voice may be recognizable to some as she is regularly heard as the announcer for many live events including the City of Santa Rosa's Earth Day in Courthouse Square, LIVE at Juilliard Park Concert Series and a bevy of local athletic events in the Bay Area. You can also catch her hosting the Historical Society of Santa Rosa's webinar series. When not working or volunteering including serving on three local boards, Leslie spends precious time with her husband, adult daughter, two grown sons and two rescue dogs. Contact:

Nicole LeStrange

Nicole joined the GO LOCAL team in February 2024. Having spent most of her career as an administrative professional in the nonprofit sector, Nicole has been invested in community-driven work in the North Bay for more than a decade. As GO LOCAL's Communications Specialist, she's inspired by and committed to facilitating the promotion of locally-owned businesses, nonprofits, and organizations that strengthen our economic vitality. She has a BA in Political Science from Sonoma State University, serves on the county's Mental Health Board, and spends her free time hanging out with her husband and two adorable dogs.Contact:


Team photo courtesy of Lisa Rose Small Business Photography



The Sonoma County GO LOCAL Board of Directors


Terry Garrett - Treasurer

Terry Garrett served as the co-managing member of Sonoma County GO LOCAL and Sustaining Technologies from 2009 through 2018. He is now a member of the board. He has also served as a board member of Sonoma County Economic Development Board and co-chair of the Cannabis Advisory Group for Sonoma County Board of Supervisors. Prior to his work in local economic development, he published local newsweekly newspapers and magazines and developed marketing programs for local retailers and restaurants. Most recently he spent 4 years as Chief Operating Officer for Mercy Wellness.

Janeen Murray - President

See above.

Matt Reynolds

Matt Reynolds decided at an early age that through entrepreneurship he could directly help people improve their lives. Matt is President and Co-founder of Indigenous Designs Corporation, a leading premium organic apparel brand and producer of hand-crafted fair trade clothing. INDIGENOUS is a leading global, sustainable-fashion brand that has led the way in today’s eco-fashion world. The company is committed to supporting fair trade values and indigenous artisan communities, investing in natural and organic fibers and environmentally friendly dyes, and to spreading the beauty of handmade eco-fashion. 

Matt and Indigenous Designs continue to be heavily involved in promoting sustainability in collaboration with the Organic Exchange, the OTA (Organic Trade Association), SVN,  BALLE (Business Alliance for Local Living Economies), Fashion Revolution Day, Triple Pundit, Worldways Social Media and B-Corporations. Matt continues to lead Indigenous Designs as a company immersed premium fair trade fashion as well as sustainability.

Debbie Stohlman

See above.

Mark Stohlman

Upon retiring from over 24 years of service in the United States Coast Guard and 14 of those years in Sonoma County, he settled in Sonoma County for good in 2007. Mark spent 11 years in hotel management, most recently at the Bodega Bay Lodge as Director of Rooms and Revenue and until March of 2023 was GO LOCAL's Marketing Coordinator for 4 years as well as serving as a board member.

And our tech master...

Reavis Sutphin-Gray

Reavis Sutphin-Gray began programming as a hobby in junior high school. He graduated from Pomona College in 2005 with a B.A. in computer science. Since then, he has worked in electronics and as an independent contractor engineering biotech software and systems. Reavis strives for efficiency and reliability both when developing algorithms and when mapping out the role of technological components in complex systems.

Recently, Reavis has leveraged his extensive background and education in traditional imperative, functional, and object-oriented programming methodologies to become adept at agile web application development. He sees Ruby on Rails and Django as powerful tools that enable small teams to create outstanding software through rapid iteration paired with extensive automated testing and static analysis. Reavis is the Lead Software Developer and Co-Managing Member of Sustaining Technologies.