Board Members

 

Executive Board

Tom Bradley

Board President

Ties to the Westside: Community leader, working closely with our neighborhood schools, including Stocking Elementary & Westwood Middle.

Occupation: Pastor & Chaplin for the Walker Police Dept.

Ronaldo Vallejo

Vice President

Ties to the Westside: Resident

Josh Webb

Board Treasurer

Ties to the Westside: Homeowner & Resident

Occupation: Account Manager, Advantage Benefits Group

Devin Rittenhouse

Board Secretary

Ties to the Westside: Resident

Occupation: Student & Pool Director

Why did you get involved with WGNO? "My wife & I moved into the neighborhood in the summer of 2015. WGNO provided the perfect opportunity to meet fellow neighbors and stay informed of the happenings that surround our home. We are thankful for this organization and its efforts to create a vibrant & safe community."
 

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Isabel Garcia

Ties to the Westside: Resident, homeowner, working with local schools and non-profits

Occupation: Community Connector for the WestSide Collaborative and owner of Dreams By Bella Photography & Video

Why did you get involved with WGNO? "I love that I get to interact with all kinds of new people from all backgrounds. I am looking forward to getting to know more residents. I hope we can learn, grow, and have fun together!"

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Dan Grinwis

Ties to the Westside: Resident, homeowner, co-founder, board member & volunteer at Oasis of Hope Center

Occupation: Jesus follower, pastor/teacher, Advocate for the West Side, Volunteer at Oasis of Hope Center

Why did you get involved with WGNO? "One of the best possible avenues for putting that pride and passion into action on behalf of the people of the Westside, along with an opportunity to get to know them even better."

 
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Tenille Harkness

Ties to the Westside: Resident & Homeowner

Occupation:

Technical Support Representative 

Alex Caceres

 

Ties to the Westside: Resident, homeowner & parent

Occupation: Banker at 5/3rd Bank

Why did you get involved with WGNO? "I am a resident in the West Grand Neighborhood area. My children attend G.R.P.S. schools. I have great partnerships with our community. I am involved in making our neighborhood safe & welcoming."

Why did you get involved with WGNO? "I've always been an advocate for social justice, progress and building bridges between different cultures or people groups. I hope to connect people with their neighbors and help get plugged into the fun & awesome things happening on our side of town!