Beth Bordeaux, MSW
Beth is an executive leader with a career filled with nonprofit and local government experience. Her work includes experience across various levels of organizations and service systems such as direct-service social work, organizational leadership, and community development. She has worked in programs and across systems supporting individuals and families with many types of needs: mental health, developmental disabilities, substance abuse, housing, childcare, and childcare quality, early intervention, maternity care, domestic violence, faith support, education, and basic needs such as food and shelter.
"Western Wake County is my home. I am committed to making a difference here in concrete ways, by supporting neighbors when they experience crisis and by building a strong responsive community."
Tammi has been with Western Wake Crisis Ministry since 2012 as a volunteer, and since 2013 as Pantry Manager then Operations/Pantry Manager. Her organizational skills and calm direction are invaluable in managing our food choice pantry.
"It makes my day when someone comes into our facility feeling down and then leaves with a smile on their face."
Ebonyse Mead, EdD
CFLE (Certified Family Life Educator), Social Worker
Ebonyse joined Western Wake Crisis Ministry in September 2019. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in working with individuals, families, and communities.
"What I love most about this work is building relationships with individuals and families. This work is important because when families are well and healthy, then our communities are thriving."
Donor Relations Manager
Sherry joined Western Wake Crisis Ministry in April 2019. She brings her experience in sales and marketing in the non-profit sector and extensive volunteer leadership and fundraising for local charities.
“I’ve always been passionate about the well-being of my local community. I’m excited to help strengthen WWCM’s existing relationships as well as build new connections that will further the mission of seeing a food-secure and housing-stable environment for all.”
Board of Directors
We are led by an ecumenical Board of Directors, with the combined strength of the Apex faith community, civic groups, businesses, schools, neighborhoods and individuals:
- David Brown, President
- Julanne Kalin, Vice President
- Michelle Duffy, Treasurer
- Tom Gebbia, Secretary
- Tish Metheny
- Jim Ahler
- Nicole Bernard
- Robert Mayhew
- Rev. Frankie McLean
Our Board can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Board meetings are generally held on the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m., at WWCM, and are open to the public. However, please check our calendar for the most up-to-date information.)
WWCM is fortunate to have many amazing volunteers without whom we could not function on a daily basis!