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Waymakers appoints new member to its Board of Directors

Waymakers, a nonprofit organization that builds safer communities by helping individuals make their way through conflict and crisis to a place of strength and stability, is pleased to announce the addition of a new board member. Roxane Fuller joins the nonprofit in their mission of fostering lasting change and positive impact throughout Orange County.

Fuller has thirty years of experience in accounting and finance for both manufacturing and service companies. She is also well-versed in working with startups, private equity backed and public companies across various industries. Roxane has been active in nonprofit work for more than a decade and most recently served on the board for the Yorba Linda California chapter of National Charity League from 2013-2016. Prior to that, she was a board member for the Orange County California chapter of Financial Executives International.

She is currently the Chief Financial Officer at Evans Manufacturing, Inc., a promotional products supplier and manufacturer in Garden Grove, California. Fuller received a B.S. in Finance from the University of Southern California and an MBA from the Claremont Graduate School, Peter Drucker School of Business.

“It is our honor to welcome the caliber of leadership and expertise that Roxane will bring to our board of directors,” said Ronnetta Johnson, CEO, Waymakers. “Her years of experience coupled with her love of her local community will add immensely to the weight of our mission impact as we explore new ways to serve Orange County”.

For more information on Waymakers, visit waymakersoc.org.

About Waymakers
Every day throughout Orange County, people find hope after trauma. They don’t simply survive; they find ways to heal – all with the help of Waymakers. Our eight model programs guide over 125,000 abused children, crime victims, struggling families, acting-out adolescents and people needing mediation services annually. Waymakers has been sheltering children, supporting victims, counseling families, resolving conflicts, and educating communities in Orange County since 1972. Learn more at WaymakersOC.org.

This article was released by Waymakers.