About Swim

Solano Women in Medicine (SWIM) is a nonprofit organization that operates in the northern counties in the state of California. SWIM’s mission is to TIDE the flow of health maladies that plague underserved communities such as children, seniors, emancipating foster care youth, veterans and other vulnerable populations.

The SWIM team consists of medical and community professionals who know the needs of their communities and goes about developing programs to fulfil those needs. We are a resource to the communities in which we serve.

Meet the SWIM Team

Dianne Thompson, MBA

Seniors Chair/President & CEO

Donna Seabrooks, MD

Emancipating Foster Care Chair

Karen Relucio, MD

ACEs Chair

Mary Lou Licwinko, JD, MHSA

Fundraising Chair

Juliann Fisher-Batiste, MBA

Saving Our Seniors (S.O.S.) Chair/Comptroller

Janet Duffy, Ph.D.

Veterans Chair/Program Development

Services Area

SWIM’S SERVICE AREA is Northern California, particularly the core counties of Solano and Napa with surrounding counties as indicated on the Service Map below. Through our collaborations with other organizations (both for-profit and nonprofit), we also service select areas in Southern California. SWIM has plans to expand across the country starting in the year 2021.


SWIM receives the bulk of our donations through the generosity of the communities in which we serve. These donations come in the form of monetary and in-kind donations through private and public grants, sponsorship companies, events, media, and the public at large.
We utilize these donations to build our service areas—one community at a time. We thank our donors (Tiders) through press releases, blogs, podcasts, and the Tiders Wall levels depicted below.


The minimum amount to qualify on the Tiders wall is a $2,500 donation. This amount is cumulative, thus it does not require that the minimum amount be made at one time. Donations can be a combination of cash and in-kind gifts such as professional services, volunteer time, real estate, vehicles, etc. In-kind gifts are measured by a reasonable value assignment to the gift.

SWIM utilizes a fundraising thermometer to illustrate our goal fundraising amount for a given year and where we currently stand. The closer SWIM gets to the goal amount for the year, this is High Tide as opposed to Low Tide where we start at the beginning of the fundraising period. The thermometer is updated weekly and can be found on the DONATE NOW page.


Contact With SWIM

We welcome being contacted by our communities. Please see our contact information below or complete and email the form with any questions.

Phone: 707.277.1677

Fax: 866.557.9210

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