Our Team

  • Allison CagleyExecutive Director

    Allison Cagley has served as a professional fundraiser for over 30 years in the Sacramento region, specializing in arts and culture, education and children’s organizations. Experienced with all areas of nonprofit management and fundraising. Allison is an Association of Fundraising Professionals Certified Fundraising Executive. Allison is involved with the Rotary Club of Sacramento, is a Metro Chamber Leadership Sacramento alum, past president and board member of the California Capitol Chapter of Association of Fundraising Professionals and past board member of CLARA. Allison is a frequent workshop presenter for California’s Lawyers for the Arts.

    Allison’s personal passion for the arts is thanks to her parents and the arts education she experienced in the local public-school system. “I look forward to working with our local community, business and education leaders in restoring a robust arts education program in our schools.”

  • Carlin NaifyBoard Chair

    Carlin Naify has extensive nonprofit board experience. She is a Board Member of the Sacramento Region Community Foundation as Chair of the Community Impact Committee. Carlin is a Board Member of Verge Center for the Arts and The Community of Writers in Squaw Valley. Carlin is the Past Chair of the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission. She served on the Board of the Crocker Art Museum Association for eight years, where she served as Chair of Collections and Acquisitions and as Secretary and she served as President of the Crocker’s Docent Council. Carlin’s board experience in leadership roles also includes the Sacramento Public Library Foundation, National Charity League and a Sacramento City Unified School District Leadership Council.

    She has been owner of Beers Books for over three decades, and owner of Sutter II Medical Office Building.

    Before becoming a community leader in the Sacramento region, Carlin studied English in college and studied literature and art history in Florence, Italy. When she returned to the States, she completed college and worked as a sixth-grade teacher. She moved to Sacramento in 1977, where she married and raised her family.

  • Gerry KamilosVP

    Gerry’s involvement in leadership of Arts organizations began in 1990 as a Board member of the Sacramento Area Dance Alliance. Starting in 1992, he served 8 years as a Commissioner on the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission with 4 years as its Chair. He co-founded and was Board President for 15 years of the Metropolitan Arts Partnership, a workplace giving non-profit and a prelude to Sacramento’s Big Day of Giving. He is currently Co-President of the Sacrament Ballet Association Board and was instrumental in the Ballet’s recent transition and re-organization. He has served on boards for other non-profit and faith organizations in leadership capacities. He is a former Trustee for a private K-8 school and past commodore of the Classic Yacht Association for Northern CA. He is a past recipient of the Arts and Business Council’s Arts Leadership Award, and has served on many conference panels and speaker on the Arts. Since 1990, Gerry is the president of Kamilos Companies, a community developer for both employment and livable master planned communities in Northern CA. Gerry graduated from Cal Poly Pomona-Mechanical and Petroleum Engineering and later earned a MBA from St. Mary’s College of California, Moraga.

  • Cecilia M. DeluryTreasurer

    Cecilia Delury was an active Sacramento CPA for 33 years with her own firm until her recent retirement. Believing in giving back to her Sacramento community and helping others, she has served in a multitude of capacities on non-profit boards including the Crocker Art Museum, Mercy Foundation, Broadway SacramentoCalifornia Music Theater and the Sacramento Region Community Foundation.

    Cecilia lives in Carmichael with her husband, retired attorney Vince Jacobs. Cecilia has two children and five grandchildren. The 2 Delury children attended San Juan District schools and benefitted from the extensive art programs that were available. As a parent Cecilia was an active advocate of art education. She is excited to be a part of the Friends of Sacramento Arts, the organization committed to the complete restoration of arts education for all students in Sacramento’s public schools.

  • Kim TuckerSecretary

    From foster care to public radio, Kim has helped nonprofits develop programs, attract funding, and expand the delivery of their mission. Kim leads the Impact Foundry.

    In 2006, Kim joined 3fold Communications to launch the nonprofit division, focused on capacity building for faith and community-based organizations, and serving the interests of corporate community benefit programs. Local, statewide and national foundations engaged 3fold to help strengthen grantee organizations; and Kim and her team developed grantmaking programs and training modules to help nonprofit organizations improve upon and demonstrate their impact. In 2015, 3fold sponsored Kim to assume the helm at Nonprofit Resource Center, and to lead its expansion and transformation to Impact Foundry.

    Kim is having the time of her life creating new pathways of impact within the nonprofit sector in her role as executive director of the Impact Foundry. Kim believes our future depends on well-equipped, engaged youth and for that reason serves on nonprofit Boards that address local, statewide, and national needs:

    • Friends of Sacramento Arts
    • Brightways Learning, a K-12 educational nonprofit working in several states an internationally with teacher tools and programs that build webs of support for youth to thrive.
  • Darcy TottenExternal Affair Committee Co-Chair

    Darcy Totten is the founder and CEO of Activism Articulated, an advocacy and crisis communications firm in Sacramento. In this role she works closely with local, state, and national leaders to craft strategies and communications efforts that support progressive social change and help movement leaders to increase their impact, build strategic partnerships and manage crises. Her previous work includes providing support for the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe during the Dakota Access Pipeline protests, development and support for the Build. Black. Coalition, Black Women United, Women’s March Sacramento, a wide variety of legislative issues and candidates, and producing events at the Crocker Art Museum and the CLARA Center for the Performing Arts. Darcy holds a Bachelor of Arts from Mills College in Studio Art / Visual Communications and a master’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin in Journalism.

  • Richard A. HernandezExternal Affairs Committee Co-Chair

    Richard serves as the Director of Outreach at St. Francis Parish, Sacramento, CA. He is retired from the Hyatt Regency Sacramento in the capacity of Director of Human Resources. An active member the Rainbow Chamber of Commerce and former President of the organization, he brings a deep connection to community to his work. Richard’s wishes for working on this arts endeavor is a

    “Desire to build on our Sacramento Arts reputation and to insure cultural inclusivity of our minority, LGBT, and those persons with disabilities.”

  • Theresa RivieraExternal Affairs Committee

    Theresa Riviera has been a resident of Sacramento since 1983 and retired in 2014. Since retiring she has been involved in community advocacy under the motto of ‘Cultivating Community and Empowering Individuals’. She chose this motto to encapsulate hermy beliefs when addressing issues affecting the well-being of people.

    The framework is based on principles that respect the rights of all community members to be informed, consulted, involved and empowered. “I believe that success depends on being sensitive to the community and individuals – listening, building relationships, collaborative decision-making etc. to achieve sustainable outcomes.”

    She is an active member of several local civic and cultural organizations.

  • Jonathan Deeringer

    Jonathan is an independent financial advisor focused on financial planning and investment management for individuals and institutions. Prior to founding his own firm, he served with Genovese Burford & Brothers, an independent wealth management firm. Prior to GBB, Jonathan served as an investment analyst and manager for Capital Group, parent of the American Funds, and as an investment analyst and portfolio manager with Franklin Templeton.

    Jonathan earned a B.A. in Political Economy of Industrial Societies and Spanish from the University of California Berkeley, and an M.B.A. in Finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) designations.

    Jonathan serves the American River Parkway Foundation and is a member of the Cal Club of Sacramento.

    As a public school student, Jonathan developed a deep appreciation for the power and value of visual and performing arts opportunities. Public education, literacy, and youth arts education are areas in which Jonathan has a strong interest and focuses his volunteer time.

    Jonathan enjoys getting his kids outdoors as much as possible, live musical performances (just about any genre), spending time at the Crocker Art Museum.

  • Doni Blumenstock

    Doni Blumenstock is a consultant working in leadership training, executive coaching, coalition building, program design, organizational development and strategic planning.

    She designed and currently runs a training and coaching program for a bio-tech start-up to develop the management and leadership qualities their high potential employees.

    Doni uses her leadership experience to support and develop arts organizations. She recently completed a term as an appointee on the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission. As a volunteer she also she facilitates a group of professional arts leaders working to raise the visibility and viability of the professional arts in the region.

    For eight years Doni served as the Program Director of the Nehemiah Emerging Leaders Program which works to build a diverse cohort of young professionals with the skills, connections and confidence to move up to the tables of leadership in the region.

    For twelve years, Doni served as the founding executive director of the Sacramento region chapter of the American Leadership Forum, a national organization dedicated to joining and strengthening leaders to serve the public good.

    Doni is the wife of an Episcopal priest and is the mother of three daughters and grandmother of four.