Office Staff Changes

We are so excited to announce the reorganization and growth of SRSC’s office staff. Ramona Allen will be moving up into a managerial position in our organization, overseeing our basic operations. And we welcome Molly Feller, who is has been hired as our first full time Administrative Rock Star!  Each of these awesome women and SRSC community members bring a diverse set of skills to their jobs serving the SRSC community.

Molly Feller, Administrative Rock Star

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Molly Feller recently graduated from Sonoma State University with a B.A. in Communications. Originally from Grass Valley, she fell in love with Sonoma County while attending college here and decided to stay. She has an extremely diverse athletic background: in addition to running marathons (including a Half-Ironman) she has participated in crew, tennis, gymnastics, and ballet. Molly originally came to SRSC as a member and told Joanna she’d only be around for 3 months – but then we hooked her! She enjoys the SRSC community so much that she left a position in Coppola Winery’s guest services to join our staff and serve our members and prospective members. And aren’t we lucky for it!

Molly will be our main woman in the office, providing member support services, answering your phone calls and emails, getting new members in and signed up, and all that other stuff that keeps our business running. We are thrilled to have her vibrant energy and joyful enthusiasm in our midst. Welcome, Molly!

If you have questions about your membership or billing, want to schedule private training, or have any questions about our services and how we can better help you meet your goals, you can reach Molly at (707) 542-7725 or at molly@crossfitsantarosa.com.

Ramona Allen, Operations Manager

DSC_0165Meanwhile, Ramona Rose Allen will continue to serve SRSC and our membership in a larger capacity as the new Operations Manager. Ramona is passionate about food, health, fitness and empowering people to make the best choices for themselves, and can often be heard cheering her classmates during a workout or chatting with members about recipes and what’s next to eat.

Ramona studied marketing and business management at SFSU, worked as a bookkeeper for a local trucking business, as a parking lot manager (“an unusual environment,” she says), and as a rental property manager for her family, something she still does in the background of her life.

Several years ago Ramona followed a deeper passion and entered a culinary arts program in Baking and Pastry, which led her to a brief stint owning a catering company with a good friend, but also led to a part time position as a pastry chef and kitchen manager at Worth Our Weight, which is how Ramona spends much of her time when she isn’t at SRSC.

Such a wide variety of work and life experience have contributed to her growth as a social and caring person, offering many opportunities to develop community, which is something Ramona is committed to, and which makes her a great fit for the SRSC as we grow.