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Jersey Battered Women's Service Inc. in Morris County, NJ is a full-service domestic violence and domestic abuse prevention agency with volunteer opportunities. The services include a 24-hour hotline; counseling; safe house; transitional living; children's services; life skills education; vocational counseling; batterers' intervention; legal assistance; teen dating violence services; and professional training, education and youth prevention programs.


JBWS NAMES NEW

PRESIDENT & CEO

TO LEAD AGENCY

 

MORRIS COUNTY - Diane Williams, MSW, LCSW, will be joining JBWS as the President and CEO. “We are so pleased to have Diane join our organization,” says Amy Wiwi, incoming JBWS Board Chair. “Diane’s passion for the mission, professional skills, experience, and working relationships in Morris County make her the ideal choice to lead JBWS.”

JBWS Board Chair

Amy Komoroski Wiwi and a Partner with Lowenstein Sandler, LLP  (l) welcomes Diane Williams as the new President & CEO to lead the agency.

 

Prior to joining JBWS, Williams worked for 20 years with Family Intervention Services (FIS), a private, non-profit organization with 32 programs in five counties providing crisis intervention, therapeutic counseling, case management, education and support to New Jersey residents.

As the Chief Operating Officer with FIS, Diane managed the internal operations with a budget of over $9 million and was actively involved in all aspects of the organization including management, finance, fundraising, grant writing, human resources, marketing, quality assurance, and program development.

“I’m so excited to be joining the JBWS team as their CEO and President,” remarks Diane Williams.   “I have admired the work of the staff and executive management for years having worked collaboratively on projects with them in my previous position.  No one should have to experience family or partner violence and I’m proud to lead the organization in Morris County that addresses this critical issue.

Beginning July 16th, Diane Williams can be reached at dwilliams@jbws.org or 973-267-7520 Ext. 120.


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Information for Parents

JBWS introduces a new brochure for parents on teen dating abuse. Learn about abuse, the warning signs, how to approach your teen when you suspect abuse, safety planning and more. Consultation and support is available for parents, friends or family members who want to help a teen. For counseling call 973-267-7520 Ext. 221

 

 


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For details of our services, hours of operation, contact information, and brochures/posters in Spanish, Hindi and Gujarati go to morrisfjc.org.

 

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