Marina Rojas, executive director of California’s Sequoia Symphony Orchestra. Photo courtesy of Sun-Gazette Newspaper.

Marina Rojas has been named executive director of the Sequoia Symphony Orchestra, which is based in Visalia, California. Rojas succeeds Joshua Banda, who was executive director for over five years. Rojas has held roles with organizations such as the Tulare County Association of Realtors, Spirit 88.9/100.1, The Visalia Fox Theatre, and recently was the director of marketing for the Visalia Rawhide. She brings experience in non-profit work, community relations, social media, marketing, and entertainment. Jennifer Fultz, president of the Sequoia Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors, stated, “We are very excited to welcome Marina Rojas as our Executive Director and, with her leadership, look forward to continuing the symphony’s growth and positive impact in our communities.” Bruce Kiesling is the Sequoia Symphony’s music director.