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Angela Michelle Chapman-McDavid

Executive Director    |    |      208-613-3107

Angela Michelle Chapman-McDavid, known to most as Angel, recently relocated from Cleveland, Ohio to Twin Falls, Idaho to serve the Magic Valley community as Executive Director of Voices Against Violence. Angel is a legally trained nonprofit leader, Business Coach & Consultant with considerable experience in Human Resources, Grant Writing, Case Management, Fundraising, and Strategic Planning. 

Most recently, Angel served as Executive Director of NewONEShaker, a grassroots nonprofit organization focused on helping to achieve educational equity for the students and families of Shaker Heights (a small community located in the Greater Cleveland area). She previously served as Director of Human Resources, Administration & Operations for Akron Urban League, as well as a Domestic Violence Advocate for Harbor House of Central Florida (while attending law school).

Angel’s academic credentials include a Juris Doctor from Florida A&M University – College of Law, and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from North Carolina A&T State University, where she graduated summa cum laude. Her professional focus is to be the oil which keeps the machine running smoothly, efficiently, and effectively; but her most notable accomplishment to date is rooted in her ability to make a positive impact in the lives of her family members, friends, and the communities in which she serves.

On a personal note, Angel is an author and happily married to Kenneth McDavid. She has five adult children, and a host of amazing grandchildren. 

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Director of HR & Administration    |    |      208-613-9113

I was born in Pocatello, ID, but moved to Twin Falls when I was 15. I have bounced back and forth between Twin Falls and Boise for about 15 years. I am currently enrolled at Arizona State University earning a Bachelor's degree in Sociology. I started with VAV in April of 2021 and my favorite part of the job is the amazing people that work here and who make things happen everyday. I have two amazing kids whom I devote most of my time to when I'm not working or doing schoolwork.

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noemi juarez

Community & Client Director   |  |   208-613-6339

I was born in Twin Falls, Idaho but grew up in Rogerson, Idaho and went to school in Hollister and Filer. I grew up less than 10 minutes from the Salmon Dam Reservoir. I always loved being in the country where there is plenty of open space and the air is always fresh! When I graduated high school, I attended the University of Idaho, where I obtained my BS in Child Development and Family Relations.


My parents were immigrants and were self-taught when they arrived to this country. Having them as my guide, they created my passion for connection. My bilingual skills are what drove me to work with marginalized communities and their families. I have an amazing partner and four strong boys, who have blessed me with many life lessons. My family has also been a contributing factor to the work I do. Of course, I can't forget our small rollie pollie farm and our two crazy dogs, Pepper and Max.


I came to VAV to continue being an advocate for the many voices who are silenced. I love meeting new people and learning people's life journeys. My favorite part of the job is knowing that the smallest amount of support can be life changing for many individuals, no matter the age, and baked goodies at work are always a treat!​

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Joseph Simonson

Director of Grants & Finance   |  |   208-613-6336

I grew up in Twin Falls, where I got an Associate degree in Anthropology from CSI. I then left for a few years and got a Bachelor's degree in Family Studies and a Master's degree in Public Administration. I started working at Voices Against Violence in 2021 and love helping people with their work, whether it's building bookshelves or writing grants to support work with survivors. My claim to fame is that when you go to the Herrett Center at CSI, you'll find my name on the plaque next to the Huntington Canyon Mammoth for the work I did on it back in the day!

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Client Care Coordinator    |

I am a University of Idaho alum, where my Bachelor's degree in Psychology allowed me to learn abroad at the Universidad de Alicante in Spain. Born in Los Angeles, I have lived in Idaho most of my life.


My goal in life is to make a difference and empower others.  In addition to providing case management in English and Spanish, I facilitate a women’s domestic violence group in Spanish.


I am very passionate about the work I do and have a passion for traveling and seeing new things. I live to make a difference, whether it be big or small, and my goal is to make sure I get others to smile and stay motivated. I want them to know that I believe in them and that there is always a light at the end of the tunnel.

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Amy Chambers

Resource Manager    |

I grew up in the Burley/Rupert area and moved to Twin Falls in 1995 to attend CSI. I spent several years at CSI as a Theatre/Education major. I have three amazing children and five stepchildren. I started with Voices Against Violence in January of 2018 and have grown with the organization and am now the Resource Manager of the Community Center. My favorite part of the job is providing fun little extras like self care items to our clients. A fun fact about myself is that I am a major theatre nerd. I participate in community theatre as often as I can and have been on the stage more times than I can count. I also love, love, love TV.

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Samantha McHan

Shelter Intake Specialist    |

I grew up in a small town named Salmon, Idaho. I graduated high school there and then moved to Twin Falls to attend CSI. I graduated CSI with an Associate degree in Criminal Justice. I started with VAV on July 12, 2019. My favorite part of working for VAV is helping someone "come full circle". I enjoy answering the hotline, meeting clients, entering them into shelter, and watching clients succeed in life. A fun fact about me is that I always have a witty comeback to anything that someone says. :)


Fabiola Mercado

Hotline Specialist    |

I was born in Madera, California and have since relocated to Burley, Idaho. I absolutely love the area, as I love to enjoy the outdoors and spend time with family and friends. My favorite part about my job is knowing that I impacted or had a positive impact in a life, and I find that rewarding.

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Maria Juarez

Lead Case Manager    |

I have been with VAV since November of 2021 and am one of our AMAZING bilingual (English/Spanish) case managers. I graduated from Boise State University with my Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and graduated with four Associate's degrees from the College of Southern Idaho in 2014. I was born and raised in Idaho and enjoy spending time with family and friends. 

I chose this career because my mission in life is to make this world a better place for future generations, and that happens one day at a time. I love what I do because every small gain is a victory for me. Plus, the co-workers are PEACHY. 


AngELICA Vega-Rangel

Case Manager    |

I have been working with Voices Against Violence since April of 2019. During that time, I have been able to mold myself into a better friend, advocate, coworker and supporter day by day. Working with VAV has given and continues to give me the proper guidance to encourage others. I admire growth in the survivors I work with, so being able to offer them first-hand support to grow and blossom into the best version of themselves lets me know I am doing what I love most: helping. 

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Alondra Hernandez

Case Manager    |

I grew up in the small town of Gooding, Idaho with my older brother and parents who immigrated from Michoacan, Mexico. After high school, I moved to Twin Falls to attend CSI to get my AA in Social Work, where I found my passion for helping underserved and disadvantaged communities. I enjoy traveling and am an adventure seeker, so I am never afraid to try new things and get out of my comfort zone. I found my passion for all these things from my parents, who came here with nothing but weren't afraid to get out there to bring themselves up. Since I can remember, my parents have always given back to others, whether it be helping pay a bill, donating clothing, or buying groceries. Even with them having little money, they always lended a hand. With that said, I am extremely grateful to be a part of VAV and be a part of changing the lives of individuals and families just like my parents have. 


Eva Magana

Counselor    |

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Autumn Felix

PRN Advocate    |


Connie Puente

Social Work Intern    |


seth simonson

administrative assistant    |