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Event Raises Hope and Funds
to Support JBWS
The Autumn Auction for Hope event was held on Tuesday, October 9th at the Spring Brook Country Club. One hundred and ninety-two attendees raised more than $80,000 surpassing our budgeted goal of $60,000. Pictured is Taneka Bowles (2nd row, 2nd from left) and her table guests from the NY Jets Women's Organization.
EY, PwC and Deloitte
Team Up to Support JBWS
The Halloween ½ Marathon and Relay event was held on Sunday, October 21st in Morristown and was a great success thanks to our corporate team supporters, EY, PwC, and Deloitte.
We are so proud of the 80 runners who ran on behalf of JBWS, along with another dozen volunteers who supported the runners. Together the groups raised approximately $80,000.
NEW PRESIDENT & CEO IS
ON A COURSE TO SUCCESS
Diane Williams, MSW, LCSW, spent her first day of work on the golf course—not as a player, but as a host to the 19th annual Verizon Hope Classic.
On a beautiful, hot summer day, Williams and event co-chair Pete O'Hagan (pictured) welcomed 100 golfers and clinic participants to the nationally ranked Somerset Hills Country Club. Thanks to the golfers and sponsors, the event raised $154,000 to support the mission of JBWS.
"It was a great day and a wonderful opportunity to meet so many people who are commited to preventing domestic violence," says Diane Williams. "No one should have to experience family or partner violence and I am proud to lead the organization in Morris County that addresses this critical issue."
Prior to joining JBWS, Williams worked for 20 years with Family Intervention Services (FIS), a private, non-profit organization.
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 email@example.com or 973-267-7520 Ext. 120.
GRAND TASTINGS HONOREES
(MAY 2018) JBWS board chair Judy O'Hagan (l) congratulations Philanthropic Honoree Margaret Sone at the 24th annual Grand Tastings event held at the Pleasantdale Chateau in West Orange.
Christopher Reidy, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Office and Chief Administrative Officer for BD accepts the Distinquished Service Award. Chris has been involved with JBWS since 2006 as a board member, finance commitee member, donor, and as an advocate for JBWS.
TEEN DATING VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH
Morris Area Students
Stand Up to Dating Abuse
Delbarton School student leaders show off their winning campaign slogan on a banner donated by the Randolph Municipal Alliance.
February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM). “There’s No Excuse for Abuse” is the winning campaign slogan for TDVAM in Morris County. Created by student leaders from Delbarton, the slogan was selected by professionals from Marketsmith at the county-wide Teens for Healthy Relationships Leadership Conference hosted by Randolph High School and sponsored by JBWS last November.
With support from Marketsmith and a generous $1,000 contribution from the Randolph Municipal Alliance, the campaign is being brought to life through large bright yellow banners that are distributed to 17 participating area high schools.
Randolph High School student leaders with JBWS' dating abuse prevention educator and counselor Anna Nase, get ready to hang their banner in the school's entry way for all to see.
Together, We Can Take a Stand
Against Violence and Shed a Light on Its Many Consequences
Consider these statistics:
Victim blaming and shaming keep the problem hidden. You can help to break the silence. Invite JBWS to speak to your civic, faith based, employee or community group. Learn more. Create safer communities. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
JBWS RAISES AWARENESS
& FUNDS DURING OCTOBER!
Nearly 200 guests shopped for accessories, apparel, trips, home decor and more at the Autumn Auction for Hope luncheon event. The event raised more than $50,000 toward the mission of JBWS.
Six corporate teams participated in the Morristown Halloween Half Marathon and Relay to benefit JBWS and raised a total of $76,000. EY raised more than $52,000!
JBWS "Painted the Green Purple" with balloons and staffed a table where people stopping by had a chance to learn more about the services and spin a wheel to win prizes.
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