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YWCA announces leadership updates in critical program and development departments

by PRIDE Newsdesk
Sandra Dominguez
Harmony Hensley
Daffany Baker

YWCA Nashville & Middle Tennessee has several new leaders in its Domestic Violence Services and Development teams.

Daffany Baker was recently named vice president of Domestic Violence Services where she oversees the operations, programs, and staff at the Weaver Domestic Violence Center. Before joining the YWCA, Baker was the ‘associate warden of treatment’ at the Debra K. Johnson Rehabilitation Center. A published author and speaker, she brings strong community partnership and keen knowledge of the social services field. She is a graduate of Lane College and Tennessee Government Management Institute (TGMI).

Sandra Dominguez is re-joining the YWCA from the Metro Office of Family Safety and is now serving as director of Residential & Crisis Services. In this role, she is responsible for overall operation of the 65-bed Weaver Domestic Violence Center, the largest emergency domestic violence shelter in the region and the 24-Hour Crisis & Support Help Line and Text Line. Dominguez previously served as a domestic violence case manager before joining the OFS as a program manager.

Harmony Hensley joined the YWCA in September as the organization’s new senior director of Development Events. An experienced fundraiser and event designer, Harmony will oversee corporate partnerships, event sponsorships and relationships, and fundraising events and marketing. Hensley is the founder of Harmony Fields Nashville, a high-end floral design enterprise. She is a graduate of Cincinnati Christian University.

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