Vicki Newell has been executive director of Chatham County Literacy Council since 2011 and was tutor coordinator for two years before that. While staying home for six years to raise her three sons, she volunteered on the boards of Family Violence and Rape Crisis Services and the PTA of Pittsboro Elementary School. Vicki worked for six years as the health specialist with the Smart Start Initiative at the state and Chatham County levels. Vicki has a master’s degree in health communication from Johns Hopkins University. She was in the Peace Corps and speaks French and Tshiluba. You can reach her at 919-542-6424 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leslie Ocampo gradated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a Bachelor’s degree in political science and global and international studies. Leslie first became familiar with Chatham Literacy in 2011 when her parents became citizens through our citizenship program. Leslie is a Siler City native and has previously worked with Chatham YMCA as…
Joselyn Villaseñor majored in Sociology at North Carolina State University where she became passionate about making quality education accessible to people in marginalized communities. As a first-generation college student, Joselyn understands how education and literacy are instruments of change and agency. In college, she was a part of several student-run organizations that focused on sustainability,…
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Denise Lynch is the bookkeeper for Chatham Literacy. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. She has worked in the non-profit sector since 2004. Her knowledge of the QuickBooks software has enabled Chatham Literacy to improve and streamline their accounting operations. Denise has worked with Chatham Literacy since 2012….
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