Welcome to our 2019 Annual Report. We are so excited to share our work with you. Through community education, engaging natural helpers and situating survivors as the experts of their own experiences, we dually work to prevent domestic violence, and respond to the emerging needs of those most impacted by it. Last year, nearly 7,000 survivors and … Continue reading 2019 W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Annual Report
Please join us in congratulating Mary Martinez on her promotion to Associate Director at W.O.M.A.N., Inc.! Mary originally joined W.O.M.A.N., Inc. as a support line volunteer back in February of 2008. Due to her hard work, commitment, and passion, she quickly progressed in her work and become a strong leader of the organization. Due in … Continue reading Congratulations to Mary Martinez on Her New Role as W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Associate Director!
With fears about the country's mass deportation efforts, many of us have been wondering about ways we can show up & hold strong in support of immigrant communities. In addition to calls to representatives, rallies and community forums, organizations around the Bay Area are hosting workshops and talks to address ways we can apply knowledge to … Continue reading Allyship & ICE Presence in the SF Bay Area
We are so very proud to announce that our Peer Services Manager, Mary Martinez, has won the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence's (CPEDV) Emerging Leader Award. The award is meant to go to someone who has worked or volunteered in the domestic violence movement for at least three years and is a person … Continue reading CPEDV’s Emerging Leader Award Goes to Our Very Own Mary Martinez!
In early November, Cohort III of the Strong Field Leadership Development Program convened in sunny La Jolla, California for our first in-person gathering since our kick-off retreat back in June. I was dressed for the low 60 degree weather in San Francisco but was unprepared for the 80+ degree weather in San Diego; it was … Continue reading Strong Field Leadership Development Program: Update from Mary Martinez
We have exciting news! W.O.M.A.N., Inc.'s Crisis Line Supervisor, Mary Martinez, was accepted into the highly competitive Strong Field Leadership Development Program! The program is geared towards building a strong, coordinated network of domestic violence service providers in California! Read on to learn what Jill & Mary have to say about this opportunity below. "I … Continue reading Strong Field Project Welcomes Mary Martinez