Maggie has been a Sedona resident for twenty-six years; seventeen of which she worked for the Superior Court of Yavapai County serving in the role of Program Manager for the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program. In this capacity her responsibilities included managing the CASA, Court Improvement and Family Drug Court programs.
Maggie has extensive experience in program management, staff and volunteer recruitment, supervision, nonprofit organizations, community welfare and advocacy. Maggie’s career also reflects establishing and advising two local Boards, Yavapai CASA for Kids and CASA Children’s Center. These Boards were created to enhance the lives of undeserved children and families, whose needs would otherwise be unmet. She has also served as an adviser to the the Board of Directors for Big Brothers/ Big Sisters and served on the Verde Valley Best For Babies Board.Upon leaving the Court in 2012, she sought and received her certification as an independent polygraph examiner.
Maggie also has vast experience and success in the restaurant business, beginning her restaurant career in the New York City area. Most recently, she held the position of General Manager of the Mii amo Cafe at Enchantment Resort. She is knowledgeable and capable regarding the food and beverage industry. However, she has “found myself wanting to return to the nonprofit sector. My work with those in need and serving the community in which I live has clearly proven to be my career priority. I believe this opportunity will allow me to utilize my diversified experience”.
Maggie is a long time resident of the Village of Oak Creek. Outside of her work obligations, Maggie enjoys spending her free time with her daughters, family and friends.
She can be reached at AssistantDirector@YavapaiFoodCouncil.org
Just a reminder! Our April Yavapai Food Neighbors collection events are coming up this Saturday, April 14th,2018, all across Yavapai County! If you're not a food neighbor yet, you can sign up here: yavapaifoodcouncil.org/become-a-food-neighbor/ ... See MoreSee Less
No children should go hungry on the weekends!
Right now the Yavapai Food Council packs and distributes 125 backpacks to schools and hungry kids across the Verde Valley but we need your help!
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
The Yavapai Food Council's Weekend Backpack Program is in dire need of individual food items for our backpack programs to continue our distribution.
You can help support these kids and their access to food on the weekends by donating the foods in the photo below to the Yavapai Food Council Office across from Bashas (2020 Contractors Rd in Sedona), the Yavapai Food Neighbors Collection Event or by making a monetary donation which will then be used to purchase these food items!
If you only donate once a month, please consider the Yavapai Food Council Weekend Backpack Program next month. ... See MoreSee Less