Board of Directors
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.
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
When asked how she feels about joining Community Works, Keyan Botsford says, “What an honor it is to serve on the board of Community Works. Dedicating my time to empower individuals and create positive change in the community is incredibly important to me. I hope to create meaningful connections and make a positive and lasting impact.”
Jessica Cleeton works as a Commercial Account Manager at Durham & Bates Insurance Agency. She has been a Jackson County resident since 2010 but had previously lived in Jackson County from 2001-2004 while attending Southern Oregon University. Originally from the Coast of Oregon she moved to Southern California for a short period of time after […]
Jacquelyn Bunick moved to the Rogue Valley in 2013 and has been an attorney with Jarvis, Dreyer, Glatte & Larsen, LLP since 2016. Her law practice focuses on business and civil litigation, estate and elder law. As a transplant from the Midwest, Jacquelyn continuously feels lucky to have landed in beautiful Southern Oregon. She and […]
Dr. Jeffrey Welder was drawn to serve on the Community Works board after witnessing the impact of domestic violence in the community as an employer and healthcare provider. Jeff says, “I am inspired by the dedication of the Community Works staff and the hope they provide to our clients.”