Meet The Temecula Board
President, Temecula Chapter
Phil 4:13- I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.
Cassandra Crane is an experienced administrative management professional offering expertise and training in business operations management, leadership development, program development, project management, partnership development, strategic planning, customer service, sales & marketing, communications, classroom curriculum development, training youth and adults, and talent acquisition. She has worked across various industries such as education, healthcare, law enforcement, nonprofit and manufacturing partnering with organizations to build and sustain collaborative relationships with other businesses and industries. Cassandra has used her expertise to train employees as well as senior level executives in the public and private sectors, schools, and communities. She is also an alumnus of the Corporation for National and Community Service AmeriCorps VISTA, a program dedicated to fighting poverty in America. She is currently serving with Women Organizing Women, Inc. as the Content Development Strategist.
Cassandra is a faithful and devoted Christian and the Founder & Chief Progressive Officer (CPO) of Purity 2 Promise, a boutique consulting firm dedicated to empowering and coaching individuals on strategic and progressive steps that stimulate growth both personally and professionally. This is done by focusing on four key areas: purpose, passion, planning and purity.
She is founder of the Princess of Promise movement, with the sole purpose of inspiring, encouraging and empowering young women to discover who they are, what they were meant to do in order to live their best lives purposefully and passionately while living in purity. She is the Author, of a newly released book, “Ask, Believe, Receive: Law of Attraction or Biblical Principle” and a coaching program, “Preparing for the Promise”, a step-by-step guidance program to help individuals to progress through life.
Cassandra holds a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management and she holds a Master of Business Administration with a focus on Organizational Leadership.
Lauren Campfield grew up in Temecula, California and was a member of the first graduating class at Great Oak High School. She was captain of the cross country, basketball and track teams at Great Oak HS, and captain of her cross country team at Dartmouth College. Upon graduating from Dartmouth with a major in Sociology and minor in Spanish, Lauren returned to the Temecula Valley and began working towards a credential and masters degree in Special Education at Azusa Pacific University. She is currently a teacher and coach at Oak Grove, center for treatment, education and the arts located in Murrieta, California. Lauren is the Outreach Coordinator for the Seraphim Project, an organization that offers hope and healing to survivors of sexual abuse by sending them to healing retreats and building a network of community support. She volunteers at Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish as a prayer group leader and has worked with the youth of St. Catherine of Alexandria Parish for several years. She has assisted Women Organizing Women in establishing connections in the community as it has taken root in the Temecula Valley.
Terri grew up in San Diego and graduated from Patrick Henry High School. She left to pursue her physical education degree with minors in religious theology and coaching at U.C. Santa Barbara. During her time in high school and college she joined the leadership team of Campus Life and Intervarsity. This experience gave her a heart for ministry. She continued her education at SDSU for exercise physiology and Masters of Divinity at Bethel seminary in San Diego. While working and going to school she joined Dale Carnegie leadership training and Toastmasters for public speaking. She was chosen to join Joyce Myers one year professional training as a Christian speaker.
With Gods leading she started a non-profit organization called Crosstalk. Its purpose was to evangelize to executive women from all professional industries. The groups chartered members varied with TV anchor women as well as CEOs. It grew from 20 members to over 200 over four years. Women came to the monthly dinner meetings to connect with women outside of their industry and to learn more about God and His love for them. Many women did become Christians and went on to start their own ministry opportunities.
After four years with Crosstalk she married, moved to Temecula, and adopted their son Jake. She got a new job as a Territory Manager in Women’s Health. Through their local church Terri taught women’s bible studies and spoke at their outreach events. She met Robin, the Executive Director for WOW, and was asked to join the Temecula Board. Her experience and heart for women’s ministry was a perfect match with WOW. God has given her a vision to share His love to all women thru WOW. She looks forward to meeting all of you soon!
For Over 25 years, Robin McCoy acts as the visionary, and co-founder on behalf of
Women Organizing Women, Inc, a national consortium of women working together in projects that help people most in need, and projects that build and improve a community. Since 2012, Robin’s role has become more defined as a Social Entrepreneur expanding to the west coast functioning as Executive Director of the Temecula, CA chapter of Women Organizing Women, Inc and Dessert Chef and Owner of Robin’s Nest Desserts and Catering.
Robin McCoy, a native of Gary, IN, started her first apprenticed in the kitchen of T.J.’s restaurant, their familyowned restaurant. As her family provided meals to the public, Robin was swift to discover the value of commerce and community. Providing a service and being of service became her foundation for an abundant life
An empowering woman, Celeste Ducharme always chooses to motivate, mentor, encourage and lead others by example.
With a degree in Business Management, and twenty plus years' experience in high-level performance in sales, buying and
marketing and management for two high profile companies, Ms. Ducharme works passionately to create successful, caring
and motivated work environments. Celeste is also a mentor in her community as she is the Head Coach for the 2016
Ambassador League Champions, Linfield Christian School Varsity Softball team. Her passion, knowledge and love for the
game of softball allows her to teach lifelong lessons to teenage girls through the amazing game of softball. Celeste is a
Co-Author of an International #1 Bestselling book, Turn Possibilities into Realities and she loves to share her experiences
and perseverance that has led her to great joy & success.
Co-founder and Executive Director
of Temecula Chapter
April holds a Master of Science Degree in Clinical Counseling and has worked in the mental health field since 2007. April attends the Hillsong School of Ministry through Generations Church and is working to obtain a certificate of Ministry. April has been a member of Generations Church in Moreno Valley since 2008 and currently serves in various departments within her church.
April began her mental health career working as an in home behavioral therapist assisting children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. She went on to obtain employment at a local Residential Treatment Center in 2010, working with children and their families providing Individual, Group and Family therapy. In 2012, April added private practice to her list of experience. In private practice she provided Individual, Family and Couples therapy to a variety of clients dealing with such issues as depression, trauma, mid life issues, parenting difficulties, academic and employment related struggles. She remained in private practice until 2014, where she decided to devote more time to developing her motivational speaking career.
April Jones M.S. began her career as a Motivational Speaker for Women's Empowerment seminars through a company called Royal Fabulosity in 2010. With RF, she traveled around Southern California speaking to women, teens and adolescents about such issues as self-esteem, breaking away from negative labels, limited thinking patterns, and discovering their purpose to live a life of hope! Since working with RF, April has went on to volunteer as the Clinical Coordinator for the Riverside County Police Department OWE program, teaching parenting classes and leading therapy groups for at-risk youth. After working with the Riverside PD for over a year, April went on to speak at youth conferences and youth centers. She has also worked with the Riverside County Independent Living Skills Program teaching various workshops on Mental Health issues such as: Teen Parenting, Understanding Diagnosis, Medications and Mental Illness.
April has since gone on to develop her own biblically based self-worth curriculum entitled, I AM... She teaches a 10 week course in the Southern California area using this curriculum. The curriculum is reported to have a life changing and positive impact by bringing emotional and spiritual healing.
For more information on April or her curriculum, you can visit her webpage at www.apriljonesms.com
April Jones, Secretary
Women Organizing Women Inc
Terri King, Project Manager
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