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October 28, 2019
The Child Crisis Center of El Paso announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Enrique Davila as Chief Executive Officer and member of the Board of Directors effective immediately.
Davila held key roles as Human Resource Manager and Director of Administration and Compliance at the Child Crisis Center. He previously served as the Director of Compliance at Emergence Health Network. Before working at these two non-profit organizations, he was a police officer/negotiator with the El Paso Police Department and retired after twenty years of service. He has a graduate degree from the University of Texas at El Paso and is currently pursuing a Doctorate’s degree. His passion to help others has been the reason for his commitment as a Public Servant.
Davila has spearheaded major strategy across the Center’s operations, most notably the Center’s move to ensure the children’s normalcy throughout their stay. During his tenure overseeing the Child Crisis Center, the children have begun to participate in more extracurricular activities and staff have been more interactive with the children.
Director of Shelter Services, Andrew Castaneda, stated “in Mr. Enrique Davila we have found the leader with the best experience, skills and vision to take over the helm and lead the Child Crisis Center of El Paso. Mr. Davila brings with him a proven track record as a dedicated community servant, experienced in community collaboration on issues and concerns regarding the protection of families and children.”
“We are fortunate to have him on our team, as Mr. Davila’s passions mirror the mission and vision our center was founded on. Mr. Davila’s commitment to family preservation will help The Child Crisis Center of El Paso expand within the community its family of services, while continuing to provide the highest quality level of care for each child,” said Castaneda.
With the addition of Davila, the Child Crisis Center’s Board of Directors consists of Steve Buraczyk, Senior Vice President of Operations at El Paso Electric; Marcela Barraza, Retired Law Enforcement; Ruth Godfrey, Director of Administration at Spectrum Technologies; Nancy A. Langdon , Insurance Representative at AFLAC; Stormy Monks PhD, Assistant Professor at Texas Tech Health Science Center; Candice Munoz, Right of Way Specialist at El Paso Electric Company; Lydia Ceniceros, Treasury Manager at Helen of Troy; Bonni Guerra, Realtor at Century 21 "The Edge"; Regina Lowenfield, Business Owner of Casa Nissan/Casa Kia; Mario C. Kato, Senior Reliability Specialist at Marathon; Maurice Kaplan, Program Manager Dyonyx; Orlando Hernandez, Senior Vice President/Chief Information Officer at WestStar Bank. Eleven of the twelve board members are independent of the Child Crisis Center, which is consistent with the requirement in the Center’s governance guidelines that a substantial majority be independent.
Founded in 1980, the Child Crisis Center of El Paso strives to eliminate child abuse and neglect by leading through community collaboration on issues and concerns regarding the protection of children so that they can grow in a healthy, safe and positive family environment, thereby enriching their future.
Company: Child Crisis Center of El Paso
Company URL: www.childcrisiselp.org
Address: 2100 N. Stevens