Administrative and Development Specialist

Jojo Sanders

[email protected]

(707) 544-7284

Jojo Sanders joined LandPaths in 2024 as the Administrative and Development Specialist. In this role, Jojo supports the amazing LandPaths team and the growing fundraising efforts that make LandPaths’ programs possible. Jojo feels lucky to be able pursue her interest in development and fundraising in this role, while also learning about land conservation and environmental education, and being part of a team of passionate and dedicated individuals. 

Jojo grew up in Sebastopol and recognizes Sonoma County as the ancestral and present-day land of the Pomo, Coastal Miwok, Wappo, and Kashia tribes, and the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria. Jojo has always enjoyed spending time outside with friends and family – hiking at Shell Beach, walking in Ragle Ranch, and going to Doran Beach and braving the cold water. She attended Scripps College in Southern California, where her interests in languages and the humanities led her to major in Anthropology and Spanish and live abroad in Chile and Spain. 

 Throughout her professional career, Jojo has maintained a strong interest in social impact, community-based nonprofit work, including education, voter outreach, and disability advocacy and support. Driven by a desire to address the climate crisis, Jojo recently completed an AmeriCorps Fellowship with CivicSpark, a program focused on environmental justice and sustainability through local government. As a CivicSpark Fellow, Jojo worked with the City of Beverly Hills Public Works Department to develop waste reduction and climate action programming and policies. Jojo is eager to expand her knowledge of the environmental field within the nonprofit sector in this role. 

In her free time, Jojo loves to read, paint, and hang out with her family’s three dogs. She’s always looking for the next fun activity in Sonoma County, whether that’s trivia night, live music, or an art class.  


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