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Executive Office

Jean Carroll, President & CEO

Carrie Michel-Wynne, VP, Strategic Partnerships and Donor Relations

Beverly Hettig,
 Executive Office Manager


Finance

Leida Martinez, Director of Finance

Diane Billy, Finance, Accounts Payable aned Human Resources Assistant

Diane Sass, Finance, Payroll and Human Resources Assistant



Housing

Sharon Johnson, Housing Program Supervisor, Emergency and RRH

Marketta Brown, Resident Assistant

Keasha Bruce, Health & Safety Advocate

Keirra Cox, Emergency Housing Case Manager

Diane Dukes, Emergency Housing Specialist


Alicia Gayden, Case Manager, Long Term and Affordable Housing

Heather Maybee, Housing Specialist

Mary McConnell, Administrative Assistant, Program Support

Patricia Ann Mack, Affordable Housing Case Manager  


Gloria McGarity, Intake Coordinator

Maria Sharp, Housing Program Supervisor, Long Term 

Keba Smith, Team Lead Rapid Rehousing

Sharon Stettner, Long Term Case Manager 

Regina Stinson, Case Manager - Emergency Housing

Norgie Wilder, Health & Safety Advocate



Human Resources

Claire Stieg, Human Resource Consultant

Mariela Castillo, Human Resources Assistant

 



Marketing & Development

David Mancuso, Marketing & Communications Manager



MIS/IT

Carolyn Keyser, Director, Operational Excellence and Information Technology



Racial Equity Programs

Miriam M. Moore-Burt, Vice President of Racial Equity Initiatives

Kito Johnson, Racial Equity Program Coordinator

Sharon Parrotta, Administrative Assistant



Supportive Living

Amy Wells, Director of Supportive Living

Jessica Ball, Chemical Dependency Counselor

Tina Cipolla, Chemical Dependency Counselor


Young Adult Services

Elizabeth Russell, Young Adult Services Supervisor 

Janice Johnson, Parent Educator


Shawn Miles, Health Educator

Oscia Miles, Parent Educator  


Volunteer Program

Ruth Kramer, Program Services Volunteer Coordinator 

 

The YWCA of Rochester:

A Place of Help and Hope

The YWCA has been a beacon of help and hope for local women and families since 1883.  While our programs have changed over time, we remain committed to helping women envision and achieve a brighter future for themselves and their children.


More Information

Dedicated staff play a critical role in our ability to deliver quality programs and services to the women and teens we serve.

For more information about current employment opportunities, please visit the link below.