Meet Our Board Members
Sharolyn Hohman is a long time West Valley resident. She led the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce for twenty-five years as President/CEO retiring in spring of 2013. From 2013-2017 she served as a councilmember to the City of Goodyear. Currently Ms. Hohman serves on a number of Non-profit organizations. She continues to serve on the All Faith Board and is proud of the dedication to make positive change.
Council, City of Goodyear
Wally Campbell is a three-term councilmember for the city of Goodyear. Her priorities in this role include improving city-to-citizen communications, developing community connections, attracting industry-creating jobs, and the city's fiscal stability. She also serves as a founding member and the current president of the Friends of the Library-Goodyear branch, a member of the Goodyear White Tanks Rotary Club, Director and Founder of the city's historic Litchfield Station Foundation, a member of the West Valley Human Services Alliance, and as a member of the All Faith Community Services Board of Directors. In addition, Assistance in Health Care Board of Directors and on the Board of Directors for the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Victim Advocate - Goodyear Police Department
Kristina Bunch has 22 years of experience in providing direct services to victims of crime and has been with the Goodyear Police Department for the last 16 years as the Victim Services Coordinator. She is currently located out of the Southwest Family Advocacy Center where she is part of a multidisciplinary team that provides support to victims of Child abuse, Sexual assault, and Domestic Violence.
Victim Advocate - Buckeye Police Department
Claudia Slate has been a Victim Advocate with the Buckeye Police Department for the past four years. Mrs. Slate is a Nationally Credentialed Advocate who has over 10 years’ experience providing direct services to the community of Buckeye. Mrs. Slate is also part of the multidisciplinary team at the Southwest Family Advocacy Center in Goodyear. Claudia, who grew up in Buckeye is familiar with the area, its residents and has a true passion and connection to the Buckeye community. Mrs. Slate serves as board member of several non-profit organizations that service to the Buckeye community; these include Buckeye Police Foundation, Buckeye Super Heroes and All Faith Community Services.