About Karen Fronek
Posts by Karen Fronek:
As the Housing Services Manager, Laura’s role goes beyond supporting housing searches. With over five years of dedication to advocating for our Dunn House residents, she has garnered a deep understanding of the significance of a healthy home and the challenges involved in obtaining and maintaining one.
Holly Nickerson joined Community Works because she believes it brings a high value to Jackson County and provides vital resources to those experiencing domestic and sexual violence. After having family members that experienced domestic violence, Holly has a strong passion to support individuals that do not have a voice.
Carol Rios became involved with Community Works as a volunteer in 2011. Throughout her tenure, Carol has held diverse roles, starting as a Dunn House Resource Advocate, then progressing to serve as the Hispanic Services Coordinator, and currently serving as the Diversity and Belonging Coordinator.
As the Chief Operating Office for Kogap Enterprises in Medford, Brent Hackwell is involved in many projects that provided valuable facilities for the members of our community.
Brent takes pride in knowing that his work will help improve the way people live, work, and play in Southern Oregon.
Doug Diehl grew up on a large cattle ranch in southwestern Montana. He became an avid backpacker and climber tackling the likes of Glacier National Park, Yellowstone, Yosemite, Mt Rainier, the Na Pali Coast, Mt Haleakala, Mt Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti, and Ngorongoro Crater. At age 16, Doug received an appointment as a page in the US House of Representatives where he served until he graduated from the Capitol Page