As a hardworking single mom, a non-traditional pre-med student at the University of Redlands and survivor of domestic violence, the drive and resiliency demonstrated by Renee is a reminder to all about what is possible when you have a vision, the confidence and willingness to sacrifice to achieve a goal. Renee joined the TWF board in 2015 and has served as Secretary and Marketing Chair. Her contribution to the legacy of TWF has been critical to the growth of the organization.
Sheila Bath is the owner and operator of Advance Disposal Company, a refuse management service in the High Desert. Over the last several years, Sheila has been a strong supporter of many non-profit organizations in the high desert. She has continually provided support to the Today’s Woman Foundation, Rock’n Our Disabilities, Kairos Prison Ministry, Victor Valley Bicycle Tour and many other high desert organizations.
Lashawnda is a Certified Nursing Assistant and a passionate and loving advocate for disabled children and adults. She is a loving wife, mother and a devoted mentor and community advocate helping families deal with domestic violence and abuse.
Lori demonstrates unwavering dedication to her patients and their loved ones. During the pandemic, Lori was an integral part of the Rapid Response Team where she provided the utmost care and compassion despite the adverse conditions.
Amasha serves as President of the High Desert local Childcare Coalition. She was also a First District representative advisor to a special First Five committee. She is a fierce advocate for quality childcare and education for all children in our community.
Susan is a woman of tremendous compassion and inspiration, who encourages and exemplifies the virtue of good citizenship, as is continually articulated by all who know her. She lives the mission of God's Hand Extended, "to give God's unconditional love upon the unlovely."
Amy is the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) at Desert Valley Hospital/Desert Valley Medical Group. During COVID Amy was on the front-line ensuring that resources were being made available to the staff caring for the patients suffering from the pandemic.
Ro Jeffers has been an active member of the Assistance League for almost 20 years where she continues to exemplify all that is best in volunteerism – a willingness to accept any assignment, cheerfulness, self-effacement and service with compassion.
Dharini lobbies for the welfare of those with disabilities who have barriers and fixed incomes. She is the “go to” person in the High Desert helping the blind and those who are losing their sight, advocating for them in housing, education, and accessibility.
Tiffany is a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA). She has an exceptional ability to “connect” with the foster youth in the program because she comes from a similar background. Having overcome many obstacles, Tiffany brings hope and love to everyone she meets.
As the founder of "A Daughter’s Voice" Ministry Yolanda has taken the art of mentoring and inspiring young women to the highest level. The results the young ladies in her group achieve is a direct result of her passion, honesty and love she has in her heart for others.