In this episode, Stephanie Colorado & Adilia Preciado talk about the Echando Pa’lante (Moving Forward) program and their experiences with the group throughout their time at W.O.M.A.N., inc.
Stephanie Colorado (she, her, hers) & Adilia Preciado (she, her, hers) both started out as volunteers with W.O.M.A.N., Inc. in the summer of 2012. As volunteers, they helped out with the support line, drop-ins, and the Latinx Program. They both now Co-manage the Latinx Program offering in-depth case management to Spanish-speaking survivors.
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Join us for a powerful conversation with Shannon Wise! Here, we get the pleasure of hearing about her work & the personal journey that brought her there. Shannon (she/her) has over10 years of experience in the nonprofit social services sector supporting low to moderate-income ear
In 2018, we had the pleasure of meeting with Jeanie Morrow (she/her), a member of W.O.M.A.N., Inc.’s leadership team through the 80’s and 90’s. As we talked, we updated her with our current efforts and learned about W.O.M.A.N., Inc.’s past work including the formation of programs specific to work
We’re excited to share this conversation with author, domestic abuse advocate, and community organizer, Paméla Michelle Tate! In this episode, Paméla shares her aspirations as Executive Director of Black Women Revolt Against Domestic Violence, a Black family vi
We’re chatting with a long-time advocate and friend a part of the W.O.M.A.N, Inc. team, Luz Argelia Gómez! A recent graduate of the Wright Institute, she is currently a Clinical Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellow at the UCSFDivision of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (ICAP), and professor o
Who or what does your organization center? Who would you want to be if funding & outside expectations weren’t apart of the equation? What strengths do you embody? These are the kinds of questions that help us locate & nurture our core values. In the first installment of this series, we talked abo
As October approaches, we hope you will join us in observing Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This year’s theme, #communityfeels, is a reflection of our work. With social distancing becoming our current norm, community connectedness feels more important than ever.
We are W.O.M.A.N., Inc., a San Francisco based nonprofit that has been serving the city and larger Bay Area since 1978. W.O.M.A.N., Inc. supports survivors of domestic violence and their loved ones along their healing journeys, bridging value-rich networks designed to address intersections of vio