Our Team, A-Z by First Name
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: Our DEI Statement
The Storehouse of Collin County is a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment where all neighbors, volunteers, and staff feel respected and valued regardless of gender, age, race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation or identity, disability, education, or any other bias.
We treat each person we encounter as having value and a unique perspective to maintain fair and equal treatment for all.
We are committed to being nondiscriminatory and providing equal opportunities for employment, volunteering, and advancement in all areas of our work.
We are committed to constant education of our staff and Board to understand how to maintain and strengthen our work environment.
Best Places to Work 2021: Dallas Business Journal
The Storehouse of Collin County has been recognized as one of the top 100 places to work in North Texas by the Dallas Business Journal.
We are so proud of our team and so honored to receive this recognition. To learn more about this award, click here.
Team Directory, By Department
Candace Winslow, CEO
Jeff Morton, COO
Alison Jacob, Director of Operations
Communications & Culture
Ben Skye, Director of Communications & Culture
Jacque Devonport, Culture Curator
Sarah Whitling, Director of Stewardship & Development
Rochelle Ross, Bookkeeper/Team Administrator
Seven Loaves Food Pantry
Josh Stevens, Director of Seven Loaves
Ruby Gibke, Seven Loaves Coordinator
Janie Ellis, Seven Loaves Support
Joseph's Coat Clothing Closet
Christi Ferrell, Director of Joseph's Coat
Susan Gradick, Asst. Director of Joseph's Coat
Margarita Garcia, Joseph's Coat Coordinator
Project Hope Neighbor Care
Nancy Mendez, Director of Project Hope
Maria Vanessa Tovar, Neighbor Care Coordinator
The Academy Education Program
Ligia Urrego, Director of The Academy
Maria Pineda, The Academy Coordinator
Jason McWilliams, Director of Security