RCLF Board Member Profile: Nancy Radcliffe
Updated: Apr 30
Nancy Radcliffe, the current Vice-President of the Redwood City Library Foundation (RCLF) Board, is a 3rd generation native Californian, who grew up on the Peninsula. She studied art at the University of Nevada then transferred to Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Business and Retail. Throughout her career, Nancy worked in retail and property management in the Redwood City area.
In addition to serving on the RCLF board for eight years, holding the office of President and Vice-President, she volunteers for many other local organizations. She has served on the Redwood City Planning Commission since 2001 and was a member of the Redwood City Chamber of Commerce for 10 years. As a member of PACT (Partnership Academy for Community Teamwork) in 2000, Nancy was the first volunteer for City Trees, where she still volunteers. City Trees plants and maintains Redwood City trees and has planted over 3,500 street trees. She is also an active member of the Redwood City Woman’s Club.
Nancy’s other activities include rowing, hiking, recreational cooking, traveling (pre-COVID), and painting (water color). During the pandemic isolation, she has been working puzzles and reading.
Nancy has been selected Outstanding Individual of 2021 by The Sequoia Awards! This organization presents scholarships to Redwood City area high school seniors who demonstrate community volunteerism, and also recognizes residents like Nancy for their uncompensated community service.
The Foundation is fortunate to have Nancy as a board member and officer!