Members of the Month – June

Meet Anne & Amy of Goodstock Productions a The Eleanor Project WOO business (Women Owned & Operated).


ANNE WILCOX A Stockton native with a degree in apparel marketing and design, and a background in business- Anne moved to Chico after college, and opened a unique and quirky buy,sell, trade boutique: Yard Sale Swap Shop. Yard Sale closed its doors in 2015. This led Anne to launch Annetiquities, selling her vintage clothing and oddities all around the region, eventually becoming a vendor at Stockmarket. Anne relocated permanently to Stockton and joined forces with Goodstock, the folks behind the curated market. “I knew right away this was something I wanted to be a part of- it felt like a community, and that’s what this town needed.”

AMY SIEFFERT A Stockton native with a background in fashion merchandising and apparel design, Amy worked in retail management and visual merchandising before stepping out on her own in 2010. She started Something Borrowed, a vintage clothing pop-up shop. As a vendor, she traveled to markets in the region, and was inspired by what she saw. In December 2014, she and friends held the first makers market in Stockton, which evolved into the Stockmarket festival, and eventually the event company Goodstock Productions. “We have people here who want the same things we’re seeing in other places, so why not offer them in Stockton?” “There is change in the air in Stockton- I can sense it and it’s exciting to be a part of it.”

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Eleanor Member of the Month – April 2017

Marguerite Toliver

Marguerite is a Retired Corporate Executive for a Fortune 500 company.   Marguerite is fully committed to being a member of various organizations that promote women and community involvement, as well as national and local volunteer opportunities.  Marguerite lends her talents and support to women and offers guidance to women, especially those navigating the corporate maze.  Marguerite is the proud recipient of the Susan B. Anthony Women of Achievement award for community service by the San Joaquin County Commission on the Status of Women.

Guiding words:  When I was 15, very self-absorbed, my Mother said “You should think about helping others and not just about yourself.”  I keep those words at the forefront of my commitment to give back.


Eleanor Member of the Month – March 2017

March Member of the Month is Barbara Daly of Daly Video Services!


Barbara is a WOO (Women Owned & Operated) business and has been a member of The Eleanor Project since 2016. Barbara served as the moderator for our first TEP Talk in 2016 and has worked on special projects promoting women in our community. Among other accomplishments, Barbara has received the Susan B. Anthony Women of Achievement award for excellence in her field by the San Joaquin County Commission on the Status of Women.

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Eleanor Member of the Month – January 2017

January’s Member of the Month is Traci Miller!

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 Traci has been a member since the beginning of The Eleanor Project in 2015. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education and ABD in Educational Leadership. Traci began her career as a school counselor and is the School Administrator and founding Principal of Health Careers Academy High School in Stockton, which is recognized as one of the top schools, both charter and public in San Joaquin County.