Debora began her career with CCES in June 2010. She became the Executive Director in January 2022. She hopes through increased outreach and awareness, domestic violence can eventually become a thing of the past. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, animals and creating different types of art when not keeping up with the Braves or UGA football. Go Dawgs!
Case Manager/Legal Advocate
Brittany has been affiliated with CCES since November 2018. She started as a Child Advocate and has worked her way up to a Case Manager with Legal Advocacy. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and traveling the world. Brittany’s mission for the Shelter is to help survivors start their life over, abuse free, encourage them and remind them they are not alone.
Social Media Manager
Logan joined CCES in the summer of 2017, serving as a Legal Advocate for 3 years. She is now fulfilling the communications role, coordinating the efforts of interacting with the community and bringing awareness through social media and other platforms. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, friends and enjoys cheering on the Dawgs!
Phyllis began her journey with CCES in March of 2000 as a volunteer. Shortly afterwards, employment became available and she joined the staff as a Case Manager. For 16 years, her goal was to educate women and children facing domestic violence by introducing valuable tools that would aid in promoting self-sufficiency and encouraging a life free from abuse. She has been the Shelter Manager for 6 years. Her goals and passion remain the same for the women and children we serve. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, attending church on Sundays and riding motorcycles with her husband.
Assistant Shelter Manager
Sandy has been affiliated with CCES since 2006 and began her career in 2016, eventually stepping into the role of Assistant Shelter Manager. Her favorite things outside of work are spending time with her family and children. Her mission for the Shelter is for the individuals to live a life free from domestic violence and inspire change for future generations.
Cassandra has been affiliated with CCES since early 2019. Cassandra is using her role as a Legal Advocate to assist survivors of domestic violence, empowering, and encouraging them to find their voice. Cassandra hopes to extend our partnerships with in our area to increase awareness in our communities. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, gardening, spending time with her fur babies, and family.
Ex. Assistant/Program Coordinator
Lidy has been affiliated with CCES since September 2018. As the Executive Assistant and Program Coordinator she hopes to increase community awareness and expand the Volunteer Program. Lidy was born in Puerto Rico and speaks fluent Spanish. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and visiting Universal Studios.
Senior Legal Advocate
Kelly started as a volunteer for CCES. After receiving her degree, she became employed with CCES in 2015 as a Legal Advocate. She is now the Senior Legal Advocate overseeing the Legal Advocacy Program, providing training, outreach and continuing to provide daily assistance to help survivors navigate the court process throughout our five-county service area. Kelly enjoys spending time with her family and watching Alabama football—RTR!