WorkPlace Sonora LLC was founded in 2017 to address the needs of independent workers, who are looking for a relaxed, yet professional environment in which to do productive work. We choose to call this space a “Coworking Community” because most independent workers enjoy working for themselves but many don’t like working alone. Being in the company of like minded professionals creates opportunities for engagement that just don’t happen in a home office or at a local coffee shop.
Greg has been helping businesses and organizations develop their internet presence since the earliest days of the web. He brings a strong background in media and communications, along with technology expertise that focuses on integrating digital technologies into day-to-day business environments. This background and experience fuels his ongoing fascination with the intersection of computers, the internet and communications.
Along the path of a varied career, Greg has worked as a recording engineer for A&M Records and as a commercial pilot. He has flown throughout the United States, Canada and Europe, in everything from an open cockpit biplane to corporate jets and turboprops. He founded Webdancers in 1995 and has since helped hundreds of companies establish and maintain a profitable online presence.
Amy Falken, Chief Den Mother
Amy is passionate about developing the powers of Community Heroes. As co-director of Sierra Nonprofit Services, she helps members of both nonprofit and for-profit organizations connect their hearts with what they love to do best, with Resiliency and Impact. Her background includes small business and nonprofit startups and lots and lots of years with technology.
Amy’s communications and organizational development training includes studies in Non Violent Communication, Sacred Commerce and Strengths development. She is well known as a resource for nonprofit filing questions and issues, including board development, organizational structures and helping her clients navigate the many pages of paperwork.
WorkPlace Sonora seeks to encourage a thriving business environment in Sonora and Tuolumne County by providing:
- An environment where people can work together in support of each other and the local community.
- A cross-discipline work space that encourages interactions between people who might not otherwise meet.
- A community that supports people in the building of ethical and sustainable businesses.
- A community that is dedicated to making Tuolumne County a better place to live and work.
- Events that encourage people to explore each other’s interests in and outside of work.