BFA STAFF

See below for more info on our staff!

Stephanie Bowen, Executive Director

Linda Turner, Manager of Administration

Charles “G” Jackson, Program Manager

Jennifer Iptazi, Assistant Program Manager

Roxanne Brown, Admin Assistant

Amanda Johnson, Intake Worker

Mary Williams, Intake Worker

BFA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

William Hadesty, Chairman

Steve Long, Vice Chair

Sue Brandon, Secretary

Darlene Dies, Treasurer

Jayne Matthews

Karla Squier

Pastor John Causey

Conrad Stout

Catherine E. Jones

Joyce Reaves

Len Bernauer

Robert Talley

Carol Humphrey

Joe Calla

Tom Rieber (at large)

Katherine Davis

Arlene Holmes

BFA STAFF BIOS

STEPHANIE BOWEN – EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

With BFA since August 2015. Graduate of UNCW’s Social Worker Program in 2014. Mother of 2. Married for 6 years to David Bowen.

LINDA TURNER – MANAGER OF ADMINISTRATION

Linda is a 16 year veteran of BFA having performed most all of the key agency functions. Currently she manages the financials systems and human resource activities of the agency.

CHARLES “G” JACKSON – PROGRAM MANAGER

Currently enrolling at ECPI online for a Bachelor’s in business administration, G is proud to be part of “this amazing organization” and helping to achieve its mission of helping those in crisis.

JENNIFER IPTAZI – ASSISTANT PROGRAM MANAGER

Intake worker since July 2015. Mother of 5 rambunctious children ranging in age from 16 down to 2. Born and raised in the army life and spent 14 years associated with the military. Graduated magna cum laude in 2011 and moved to Brunswick County in 2013.

ROXANNE BROWN – ADMIN ASSISTANT

Roxanne has been in Nursing Home management for over 15 years. She brings a personal passion for helping people to her role.  She is married and has a 36 year old son.

AMANDA JOHNSON – INTAKE WORKER

Amanda Johnson, mother of two, graduated from Brunswick Community College with her associates degree in Business Administration.

MARY WILLIAMS – INTAKE WORKER

Mary Williams, married 15 years, has five children. Previously a Med Tech Supervisor and CNA for 10 years, Mary has a background in Medical Assistant and Early Childhood Education.

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

Are you ready to be a part of an organization that is positively impacting the neighborhood in which you live and work?
Then check out ways to get involved.

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The selfless service of volunteers is what makes BFA possible. See how you can get involved.

2

BFA has many emergency and non emergency programs offering help for food, shelter, and clothing needs

3

There are upcoming events that you can take part in and help out those less fortunate in our area.

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Our special programs give aid to those in need in Brunswick county. See how we are helping.

Food & Shelter problems are closer to home than you think…

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