Management

Mable C. Dunbar, Ph.D.

Mable C. Dunbar, Ph.D. is President and CEO of Women's Healing and Empowerment Network (WHEN). Mable has a Ph.D. in Family Mediation; MA in Education and Counseling Psychology; B.A. in Secondary Education, is a Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, and Clinically Certified Domestic Violence Counselor. Mable is the author of “The Truth About Us”, a contributing author to “Intimate Violence”, “Peace and Healing”, “We Suffered in Silence” , “Empowered” and co-author of “Domestic Abuse: How Will Your Church Respond to the Crisis?.” She has also written numerous booklets and articles on the topics of domestic violence and sexual abuse. She travels extensively (nationally and internationally) to raise the awareness of domestic violence and sexual abuse in the Christian as well as secular communities. She also conducts educational programs to help end the intergenerational cycle of abuse. Mable enjoys meeting people, cooking, gardening and walking.

Tamara Schreven

Tamara Schreven is President of Haven of Hope Ministries, a ministry for abused women and children. Having survived an abusive marriage, she has a heart for women and children living in abuse, in silence and behind closed doors. Personally experiencing the journey of healing, she comes along side those who have lost their identity, their dreams, and their soul and shares how victims can find their buried dreams and amazing value in Christ. Tamara is the bookkeeper for WHEN.

Cheri Moore

Cheri Moore is a native of Portland, Oregon and has resided in Spokane, Washington for over 30 years. She is an active volunteer with many local non-profits and causes. A teacher with theater and debate experience and a passion for community service, Cheri has worked with thousands of young people helping them learn new skills, find their spark and achieve their dreams. Cheri’s hobbies include reading, cooking, clothing design and crafting. Cheri and Greg, her husband of 38 years, have raised 2 children and fostered numerous children. They have five grandchildren ages 11-18 whom they adore and who all identify as LGTBQ+ community members! She is a first aid and CPR trainer, a deacon in her Church and the administrative assistant to Mable Dunbar, President and CEO of Women’s Healing and Empowerment Network.

Tiffany Reynolds

Tiffany Reynolds aka Wildflower, is an Alaskan bush pilot’s daughter. She describes herself as mother, poet, Jesus follower, humanitarian, and domestic violence advocate and survivor. She is passionate about random acts of kindness, creativity and speaking out about the things that really matter to her heart! She chose a small rural community in northern Washington, surrounded by wilderness, to raise her five children. During this time she introduced them to hiking, kayaking, photography and snowshoeing. She also joined the local fire department for wildland fire fighting. As a creative homemaker and divorced single mom, her passion became that of creating a home that was a nurturing and safe place for her family. Tiffany has housed and mentored a number of foster children and women who needed safe shelter and support. She has also hosted many healing creative workshops, established an art gallery and operated a farmer’s market. For many years she has been a researcher of wellbeing, woman’s empowerment and the healing power of creativity, especially from trauma. Tiffany is the House Manager for Frieda’s Healing Center.

Volunteer Management Staff

Kim Jones

When Kim Jones started coming to Cleone’s Closet and Food Pantry she was so impressed with the kindness and friendliness of the people who worked there that she decided she wanted to volunteer and give much needed support. Kim loves people and is passionate about helping those in need. Her and her husband Skipper have organized several garage sales to benefit Cleone’s Closet and the Food Pantry. They help in any way they can to improve the quality of life for others and are intentional in their activities to help WHEN grow and expand. Kim volunteers as the Manager for Cleone’s Closet Food Pantry.

Tracy Conant

Tracy Conant and her husband Brett started coming to the food pantry in order to supplement their food needs. Tracy saw the need for more volunteers and decided that she would use her computer skills to help maintain our website. Tracy volunteers as our webmaster and assists with other media work for WHEN.

Dan Nelson

Dan Nelson, a retired veteran, wanted to reach out and help others. When he recognized the need for volunteers at Cleone’s Closet Food Pantry he quickly decided that he would do whatever he could to help out. As various maintenance needs arose he decided that he would use his skills to help with picking up donations and fixing broken items. He is passionate about helping relieve the pain and suffering of others. Dan volunteers as the Maintenance Coordinator for WHEN facilities.

Jimmy Suckow

Jimmy Suckow was invited by his girlfriend to visit our food pantry. After coming for a few months he saw that more help was needed to make the food distribution more efficient. He therefore signed up to become a volunteer. Jimmy has been volunteering for WHEN for over 3 years. In addition to picking up and organizing food for distribution, Jimmy assists Dan Nelson with maintenance for WHEN facilities and Manages Cleone’s Closet.

Colin A. Dunbar, M. Div., D. Min.

Colin A. Dunbar, M. Div., D. Min., is a Pastor and Educator who has conducted seminars in Spiritual Gifts, Men’s and Family Ministries, Evangelism, Interpersonal Relationships, and Domestic Violence Education and Prevention. He has been an adjunct professor at Andrews University Theological Seminary and is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist. He has authored a manual on how to train lay Bible Instructors and co-authored “No More Excuses: How Will Your Church Respond to the Crisis?” He has conducted support groups for abused and abusive men, and has provided counseling and spiritual support for female victims. Dr. Dunbar is an avid cyclist and rode across America in 2016. He serves as the Chaplain for WHEN.