Lorraine Rominger spent her childhood on a farm in Yolo County, California. She can milk cows, ride horses, drive a tractor, harvest tomatoes, and water ski behind a truck in a ditch. I’ve known Lorraine since the early 1990’s but only learned about her upbringing through her recently released memoir, The Rangity Tango Kids.
Lorraine Rominger’s memoir of farm life, “Rangity Tango Kids”
San Francisco Chronicle
July 22, 2016
Lorraine Rominger knows what it’s like to work behind the scenes — as a top executive at the Goldman Environmental Prize, as executive director of the San Francisco Film Commission, and at stints in the film, TV and music industries in France, New York and Los Angeles before that (including eight years with the late Prince).
This Q & A is an introduction to my dynamic friend Lorraine, and is the second in a series devoted to women who inspire me! These women motivate, challenge, encourage, and empower others — and share their talents and gifts in many different ways.