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Wes Winter

Family Justice Center Director

Sonoma County

HQ Phone:  (707) 565-3579

Email: w***@***.org

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Sonoma County

2300 County Center Drive Ste. B 100

Santa Rosa, California,95403

United States

Company Description

SCERA provides retirement allowances and other benefits to the safety and general members of Sonoma County and five other participating agencies as listed below: Sonoma County Water Agency Valley of the Moon Fire District Community Development Commission Son...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

North Coast Opportunities , Inc.


Executive Director

Family Justice Center Sonoma County


Senior Marketing Director

Oakmont Senior Living LLC


Executive Director

Volunteer Center of Sonoma County


Executive Director

Circuit Rider Productions Inc


Associate Director

Children's Council of San Francisco


Assistant Director

Bayshore Child Care Services


Affiliations

Sonoma County

Family Justice Center Director


Volunteer Centers of California

Board Member


other public benefit organization

Board Member


United Way of Sonoma-Mendocino-Lake Counties Organization

Board Member


Education

bachelor's degree

Social Sciences

San Francisco State University


Web References(44 Total References)


Strategies By Design – About Us

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Wes Winter, Executive Director - North Coast Opportunities, Inc.


Volunteer Centers - Board of Directors

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Vice-President - Wes Winter
Wes Winter is the Executive Director of the Volunteer Center of Sonoma County.


Friends of Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria

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Wes WinterSenior Marketing Director of Fountaingrove Lodge, Oakmont Senior Living -- the nation's first licensed Gay and Lesbian continuing care retirement community.Throughout his career, he has served the wider community in a number of prestigious positions, including Executive Director of the Volunteer Center of Sonoma County (the nation's second largest, with over 20,000 volunteers annually), Executive Director Circuit Rider Productions (dually focused on environmental restoration and human service programs), and Associate Director of the Children's Council of San Francisco.He currently serves or has served in the past on the Boards of Directors of the Volunteer Centers of California, the United Way of Sonoma-Mendocino-Lake Counties, the Sonoma County Gang Risk Intervention Program, the Friends of the River Child Care Program, Food for Thought AIDS Food Program, and other public benefit organizations.


www.familyjusticecenter.com

Wes Winter


www.familyjusticecenter.org

"Every single one of those agencies is about stopping family violence," said Wes Winter, the current executive director of the Family Justice Center.
For many women in Sonoma County - and some men - domestic violence is a disturbingly common occurrence. Last year the Family Justice Center served 1,300 victims of all ages, not just victims of spousal abuse, but children and elders as well. "We get folks who come in here at wit's end," said Winter.


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