Courtney Gomez, Executive Director
Courtney became Executive Director for FOCUS in May 2016. Courtney received her degree in accounting from the Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2012. She has received numerous awards for her achievements within the community including the Metropolitan Mayors and Commissioners Youth Award and a Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Award. As a community activist, Courtney has been involved with programs designed to help women and girls achieve self-sufficiency through the YWCA of Boulder County and through Smart-Girl, Inc. in Denver. Now she is bringing her passion and talents to help offenders achieve self-sufficiency.
DuVonna Anderson, Program Manager
DuVonna earned her Bachelor’s of Arts and Science in Sociology at the University of Colorado-Boulder in May 2017. Her area of study allowed her to learn about societal issues surrounding race and gender inequalities, including participating in a class held at the Denver Women’s Correctional Facility comprised of half “outside” students and half “inside” students. She has also taken classes in Social Justice, Violence Against Women and Girls, Criminology, and the Death Penalty. Enlightened by these disparities, she is inspired to advocate for the rights of marginalized individuals. As the Program Manager of Focus Reentry, she applies her skills toward minimizing the recidivism rate by assisting indigent and recently incarcerated individuals to regain self-sufficiency while successfully reintegrating into the community. She has been with Focus Reentry since February 2017.
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