Who We Are

Kim Ferraro
Executive Director
509-323-7480
Susan Dias
Accounting Manager
509-323-7481
Elizabeth Claiborne
Human Resources Manager
509-323-7483
Rick Harris
Youth Development & Facilities Manager
509-323-7501
Lisa Fuchs
WIC Coordinator
509-323-7495
Sandi Douville
Supportive Services Manager
509-323-7517
Melissa Francis
Executive Assistant
509-323-7487
Felicia Parke
Assistant Youth Development Manager
509-323-7519
Alyx Franz
Reception Services Associate
509-326-9540
David Byrnes
Assistant Facilities Manager
509-323-7491
Deidra Saba
WIC Lead Nutritionist
509-323-7493
Kali Green
Breastfeeding Coordinator
509-323-7494
Timi Putney
LSC Coordinator
509-323-7518

Board of Directors

Deacon Band
Band Construction
Rae-Lynn Barden
Secretary
Spokane Public Library
Ed Bedell
Spokane Federal Credit Union
Marion Conley
Community Volunteer
Meredith Devey
Whitworth University
Victor Frazier
Audubon/Downriver Neighborhood Council Rep
Patrice Fritsch
Community Volunteer
Ben Gagne
Immediate Past President
City of Spokane
EJ Iannelli
Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council Rep
Eryn Kelley
Vice President
American Behavioral Health
Keith Kelley
Board President
Kelley Rental Properties
Jake Krummel
Numerica Credit Union
Harry Lawrence
West Central Neighborhood Council
Madison Leonard
Youth Board Member
Tom Messick
Premera Blue Cross
Karen Stratton
City of Spokane
Kim Weber
BDO
Dave Werme
Bell-Anderson
Brenda Wilbur
Treasurer
Banner Bank
Cam Zorrozua
Center for Justice

History

1

1981-1991

The West Central Community Center opens its doors to serve the neighborhoods of West Central, Emerson-Garfield and Northwest (now Audubon/Downriver) providing child care, health services, youth recreation and development and supportive services for developmentally disabled adults.

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2

1991-2001

Neighborhood improvement initiatives are instituted to address code violations and crime and to create a sense of community for the families we serve. Project Pride, COPS-WEST and the West Central Neighborhood Coalition are among the programs established.

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3

2001-2010

The West Central Community Center is expanded to address growing neighborhood needs and includes additional classrooms for pre-kindergarten children and expanded medical facilities. WCCC is now serving more than 4,000 individuals annually.

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4

2010-Present

Youth Development programming now includes Outdoor Wilderness Learning. Funding is achieved to build a five-bay garage for Center vehicles. Spokane Police Department has established a permanent presence on site. Women, Infants and Children serves 3,000 clients monthly. And, Supportive Services has grown to be the second largest program for disabled adults in the County.

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