Barbara Grasseschi has enjoyed a breadth of challenging and diverse careers in finance, sales, and marketing in the high tech industry, most notably starting and running a national sales organization for Cisco. In 2000 she and husband Tony Crabb purchased Puma Springs Vineyards in Sonoma, California, a biodynamic vineyard. Barbara also serves on the National Advisory Board of the Democratic National Committee. Her favorite causes include Habitat for Humanity, Heifer International and Sonoma and Truckee Land Trust. Active in politics, education, non-profits and the arts, Barbara’s other interests include canning vegetables and raising goats.
Retired sales executive; farmer