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Now Hiring: Non-Profit Executive Director
The Executive Director will lead this networking body through an upcoming period of growth. This individual will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of our organization, ensuring that we are operating efficiently and effectively living out our mission and working to achieve our set goals.
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Rev. Wendy Komori Stager,
President of the Board
is a pastor currently serving at Community Presbyterian Church, Vallejo. She has been involved with community and social services throughout her 20-year ordained career. She moved to the area in July 2016. She is a founding Vallejo Together Board Member starting in October 2019 and currently serves as the President of the Board.
is a concerned citizen and 25-year resident of Vallejo. He was a contract analyst with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for 28 years. His non-profit affiliations include: Mother's Against Hunger (Mah) decommissioned 8 years ago, Board of Trustees – Faith Fellowship Baptist Church, City of Vallejo Participatory Budget delegate – continuous, Board of Directors – Vallejo Together. Co-coordinator of mobile shower program
was born and raised in Vallejo. She worked for PG&E for 10 years. Her last position was Director of Training and Quality for the Member Service Contact Center. She worked in leadership roles for Kaiser Permanente for 22 years. Her last position held for 11 years was as the Northern California Medical Group Administrator and the Regional Operations Director for the 24/7 Appointment and Advice Call Center (2,500 union and non union employees). She has various volunteer and board experience in sports, church and nonprofit organizations. She joined Vallejo Together as a volunteer in July 2020, and has been on the Board since September 2020. Volunteer Activities include: supporting work with Homeless Roundtable, Developing a Resource/Contact List, Grant Research/Development/Oversight, and Financial record keeping/implementation of Quickbooks.
was born and raised in Vallejo. She is a mobile hairstylist and partnered with Vallejo Together in 2013 to offer free haircuts for our homeless community at the 2nd Saturday event at the Vallejo Waterfront. In 2019, Vallejo Together became a nonprofit and she joined the board of directors. In January 2020, she and her husband, David, created a trash for treasurer program. They give homeless residents around Vallejo garbage bags and go back a week later to have the residents load their trailer to take to the dump. They give them donated supplies in return. They also adopted the Hwy 37 encampment to assist 65 residents with trash removal and a food pantry. She coordinated with the county, city and private owner of the property to allow the residents to remain there for 1 year when a relocation site was designated. On Dec 13th, she assisted in relocating them to a motel. She enjoys her time with Vallejo Together.
is currently an associate director of facilities with Eden Housing, Inc. She has been engaged with low income housing development and management since 2005. Justine has been a volunteer with Vallejo Together since 2010 and has been the project lead with Vallejo Together holiday events and assisted with grant writing. With a background in psychiatric nursing, she was able to coordinate the founding of the Vallejo Mobile Health Unit and serve as a representative of the Filipino-American Mental Health Board of Solano County.
Francie McInerney MacMillan,
was born and raised in Benicia. She is a retired school teacher and high school administrator (35 years). Her last 20 years were spent at St. Patrick St. Vincent High School in Vallejo. She began partnering with Vallejo Together in 2014, while still teaching and heading the Campus Ministry Department. Upon retirement in 2016, she began volunteering with Vallejo Together’s founder, Maria Guevara, 4-6 days a week. Since the summer of 2019, she has overseen the finances and programs of Vallejo Together. In October of 2019, Vallejo Together became a nonprofit. At that time, The Board of Directors was formed and she became the executive director.