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Meet the New SLC Board of Trustees Nominees

*Become a New or Renew Your Governing Membership Before the Annual Meeting on Sunday, May 19th*

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Janée Marth is an interfaith minister, and lover of Truth. She was ordained in 2022 and serves as the Youth Minister at Spiritual Life Center in Sacramento, CA. She loves connecting through talks, group meditations, and remembering our ever-present connection to Stillness. She has facilitated many book groups that focus on the oneness teachings from Unity and many faith traditions; the teachings that point us inward, to that Stillness that lives as each of us.

Her passion is reminding people of who they really are... connecting at that place of Presence, and remembering together.

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Linda Paoli has been a member of Spiritual Life Center for close to 22  years. She has served leading a Singles Activity group, the Social  Consciousness Book Club and co-leads the Sunday Lunch Connection  group with Reinhold Brooks. Her husband Brian Gorrell serves on the  Facilities committee. Linda and Brian consider SLC as their spiritual home.

Linda obtained her Master’s in Social Work and was immediately hired by  the California Youth Authority as a Social Worker for 10 years and then as  CYA’s Women’s Program Manager for 2 years. For the next 32 years, she ran her own private practice treating trauma, couples’ issues and  addictions. She retired in 2019 at the age of 72. She then joined the  leadership team of Sister District Project Sacramento —a super-ethical and effective Democratic political organization—heading the Fundraising and  Volunteer Recruitment/Retention committees.


She is experienced running an incorporated business, fundraising,  recruitment, creating and leading workshops, marketing/public relations,  Human Relations, critical thinking and problem solving, and can work  cooperatively with a wide range of people. She is the mother/step-mother  of 5 adult children and grandmother of one. Most importantly, she loves  SLC and its people--and with Spirit’s help, hopes to assist in growing us  into a thriving and spiritually influential part of the Sacramento community.

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Sally Scion: I have lived in Sacramento all my life.  I attended schools here and I graduated from Sacramento State University graduate.

I retired from the Sacramento County Probation Department, having served in several law enforcement and supervisor positions.

I have also worked at myriad of other jobs, I delivered phone books at the State Fair and I worked as a substitute teacher for emotionally fragile children and youth, etc.  I am still employed part time providing therapeutic music for hospital patients, those in hospice, and in memory care as well.

I have been a member of Spiritual Life Center since its founding and I have served in many volunteer positions including former Board Member and President.

I have served as a facilitator for Faith in Action discussion groups.  

I have participated in singing in the choir and at other musical events.

Currently I am serving as a member of the Finance Committee, the Community Giving Committee, and I also facilitate the weekly Course In Miracles discussion.

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