Theo comes to Western Wake Crisis Ministry after ten years of successfully leading Onslow County Outreach through a period of growth and excellence in serving people in need in Onslow County. Theo combines a heart for helping people in need with a strong business approach and a proven track record of developing and implementing programs to address needs in homelessness, hunger, and access to affordable healthcare.
Jeremiah joined Western Wake Crisis Ministry in November 2020. He has served in his community for a number of years. As the volunteer Outreach Pastor at his church, his eyes have been opened to those in need. This position has also helped him build relationships with other organizations in the area.
"My favorite sound in the world is that exhale someone makes when they know they are being taken care of. They know that there are people who care for their situation and it will be better."
Yessenia Campos-Franco, MSW
Yessenia joined Western Wake Crisis Ministry in July 2020. As a graduate from NC State, she brings extensive experience and passion for the Latinx community and has always taken pride in bridging the resource gap for individuals in the community.
"I am looking forward to working closely with the western wake community and am thankful for the opportunity to continue building relationships with individuals and organizations to ensure a hunger free and housing secure environment for all"
Titan joined Western Wake Crisis Ministry in October 2020. He brings human services and social work experience in the non-profit sector, focusing on assisting families in low-income communities.
"Being of service to others has always been a priority in my life. I'm grateful for the opportunity to continue to be of service at WWCM, helping to address hunger and food insecurity and housing needs in Western Wake."
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.”
Jen joined Western Wake Crisis Ministry in May 2021. She graduated from Virginia Tech with a BS in Computer Engineering, worked in the telecommunications industry for 9 years, and brings skills associated with administering many homeschool co-ops while homeschooling her children for the last 16 years.
“I have followed WWCM’s work for the past few years and have volunteered with my family at local ministries along with helping organize service projects in the homeschool community. I am invested in helping WWCM reach our local community and excited for the opportunity to serve others through this ministry.”
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:
Our Board can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Board meetings are generally held virtually on the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m., 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!