MEET OUR TEAM!
Taylor Allison, Executive Director
Taylor has over seven years of experience in Public Health programming and grant writing. She also has extensive knowledge in Public Health emergency response planning and has served as Western Nevada’s Healthcare System Preparedness subject matter expert. Taylor was instrumental in the development of healthcare coalitions in Carson City, Douglas, Lyon, and Storey Counties, where these coalitions are geared towards taking a “whole community” approach to tackle barriers to quality healthcare system delivery prior to and during emergency disasters. Prior to working in Public Health, she worked in Marketing, Website Development, and the delivery of Social Marketing Principles. In 2018, Taylor graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing Management from Western Governor’s University.
Audrey Brooks-Scott, Financial Coordinator
Audrey has had a varied professional background in both the public and private sector: fiscal and budget analyst; grants management; hotel management; banker, loan officer and in-branch investment officer; office manager, etc. Audrey’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon and an Associate of Arts degree from Spokane Falls Community College in Spokane, Washington. Audrey is a certified Nevada Veterans Advocate (NVA) with the State of Nevada, Veteran’s Services. Being an NVA is her way to volunteer and give back to the local veterans.
Neyzer Torres, Bilingual Prevention Coordinator
Neyzer hails from Colombia sharing her public relations, communication and broadcasting experience with the Partnership Team. She is responsible for the 120% increase in Latino participation in Partnership events since she joined the organization in 2006. Her tenacity and passion in working with people shines through in her Latino community outreach events, Spanish newsletters, involvement in school and community functions and assistance in grant reporting. Neyzer also leads a Latino women’s group called Fuerza Latina in collaboration with Douglas County Social Services.
Kendyl Mooney, Communications Coordinator
Kendyl is a Douglas County native who graduated from Douglas High School. She has a passion for this community and plans to raise her daughter here with her husband and two labs. Her goal is to graduate with her Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice within the next few years. Kendyl’s primary role will be focused on the social media aspects of the Partnership and getting the word out about our current projects and events.
Daria Winslow, Prevention Coordinator
Hello! My name is Daria Winslow and I am the new Prevention Coordinator at the Partnership of Community Resources. I have recently moved to the Valley from Southern California but have been coming here most of my life and am sixth generation to the Valley. This past year I graduated from Upland High School with Honors and am studying Criminal Justice at Western Nevada Community College and planning on transferring to University of Nevada, Reno in the fall of 2018. I have previous experience in creating informative presentations and presenting them due to my involvement in the National History Day competition for four years. I harbor a true love for history, reading, politics, the inner workings of government so I hope these will help me succeed at my job. I can’t wait to get more involved in the community and meet new people!
Jamie Eyerly, Youth Prevention Coordinator
Deborah Courtney, Americorps Community Health Worker
Hello, my name is Deborah Courtney (AKA Debbie Beattie). I am a life long Douglas County resident. I graduated from Douglas High School in 1984 and have two grown kids and three dogs. You may know me from my years spent at Scolari’s Food and Drug as a checker and bookkeeper or from my experience as a Certified Hemodialysis and Patient Care Technician. I am joining PDC as a Americorps representative for a year-long position. I am very honored to be able to serve my hometown in any way I can.