Gloria Reinhardt Majerus, Driver Coordinator
Gloria joined NPMOW in 2010 as a cook after moving to North Port. She has worked extensively in Religious Education. Gloria has given workshops and keynote presentations throughout the country. Presently Gloria is a Catechetical Consultant/presenter for Our Sunday Visitor Curriculum Division.
Christy Hedrick, Assistant Driver Coordinator
Christy moved with her husband, Scott from Indianapolis to Venice in 2010. She grew up coming to Venice many times every year to visit her grandparents and fell in love with the area. Her background in Elementary Education served her well as a preschool director, teacher, daycare provider and mom. Christy loves exercising in the pool, spending time reading at the beach, and attending Bible studies where she can learn and grow.
Donna Scheiner, Client Coordinator
Donna moved to North Port in 2012. Graduated in 1986, studying in Counseling, Sociology, Psychology and Criminal Justice. She has worked as a Mental Health Counselor also worked for Catholic Charities in Senior Services Long Term Care Specialists. Currently working as an Office Manager and Paralegal.
Wanda Korte, Kitchen Coordinator
Wanda is a Florida native that moved from Okeechobee to North Port in 1984 with her husband Bud and 3 young children. They were active in little league, scouting and Kiwanis. She was co-owner of Bud Korte Construction and was licensed in real estate as a broker until she retired in 2015. Wanda enjoys giving back to help our community.
Janet Carillo, Community Representative
Mrs. Janet Carrillo joined the City of North Port, Florida in September 2016 as the Social Services Manager. She oversees the North Port Family Services and Community Education Center which houses 10 nonprofit and government service agencies, as well as the City’s social services division. Prior to joining the City of North Port, Mrs. Carrillo was employed with the City of Fayetteville, Arkansas as their Community Resources Administrator. In that role, she administered transitional and permanent supportive housing programs, and was responsible for the oversight of their low-income transportation and redevelopment assistance. For the past 9 years she has been working with low to moderate income individuals experiencing homelessness. As an advocate for those in need, she is aware of the complex issues that affect families and individuals specifically access to affordable health care, education, transportation, a proper mental health diagnosis, and affordable housing to name a few. As a resident of North Port and as the Social Services Manager for the City of North Port, Mrs. Carrillo can identify community gaps and address those issues with a collaborative and cohesive approach. Originally from California she now resides in North Port after moving from Arkansas with her husband, son and daughter.