Center Leadership

With more than 90 dedicated employees, The Center offers hope, safety, shelter, healing, and advocacy to those who have been victimized by intimate partner violence and sexual assault.

Elizabeth Martin is president and CEO of The Center for Women and Families.

Elizabeth Martin, President and CEO
Grant Bowling, Vice President of Finance
Justin S. Davis, Vice President of External Affairs
Vernessa Gates, Vice President of Human Resources
JaDora Parks, Vice President of Programs/Client Services

Cathryne Callaway, Senior Director of Grants Administration
Zenebia Law, Senior Director of Community Services
Ed Minnis, Senior Director of Emergency Services
Caitlin Simpson, Senior Director of Training and Development

Desiree Barker, Director of Crisis Response
Auther Calhoun, Director of Emergency Shelter
Toshia Cannon, Director of Facilities Management
Ryan Cundiff, Director of Development Database
Tammy Taylor, Director of Communications