IECC Board Members

Executive Board Members

CEO
Susan Gomez

President
David McCoy

Vice President
Megan Meadors

Treasurer
Mary Frame

Secretary
Nancy Stingley

Board Member
Douglas Perkins

Board Member Bios

Chief Executive Officer
Susan Gomez

About

In September 2013, Susan Gomez became the President/CEO of the Inland Empire Community Collaborative. The Inland Empire Community Collaborative (IECC) is the result of nine years and 83 non-profit agencies working together to strengthen our organizations and improve outcomes for individuals and communities throughout San Bernardino & Riverside County. To date the IECC has collective raised over 19.2 million dollars in the last 5 years.

Susan is an alumni of California State University San Bernardino, with undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Art History and graduate studies in Rehabilitation Counseling, where she graduated Chi Sigma Iota.

Her collaborative efforts include, being the co-chair of the Funder’s Alliance “Inland Empire Capacity Building Network,” a partner of the Inland Empire 2020 Census Complete Count Committee, and is a current member of Hispanics in Philanthropy, and the Latino Community Foundation – Los Angeles Giving Circle member and the California Nonprofit Association, as well as a member of IE Rise, Chair, Nonprofit Equity Committee.

Susan is also on the board for California Association for Nonprofits and the Caravanserai Project.

President
David McCoy, MACP

Primary Work

Chief Executive Officer
A Coming of Age Foster Family Agency

About

David McCoy is the President of the IECC and is the Chief Executive Officer of A Coming of Age Foster Family Agency where he has worked since its inception beginning on December 22, 2003. He currently has over 22 years of experience in social work, child welfare, and program development and training. He has worked in both large and small organizations including beginning his social work career working for Riverside County Department of Public Social Services as well as other smaller, private organizations that have maintained contracts with Riverside & San Bernardino Counties.

He has a Master of Arts Degree in Counseling Psychology from National University.
He has been an active member of the IECC for three years and has previously held the post of Vice President.

Vice President
Megan Meadors, MBA

Primary Work

Marketing Director
Bear Valley Community Healthcare District (BVCHD)

Program Director
BVCHD Mom and Dad Project

About

Megan currently serves as the Marketing Director for Bear Valley Community Healthcare District (BVCHD) as well as the Program Director for the BVCHD Mom and Dad Project, a parenting and education resource center located in the rural town of Big Bear.

She worked in various departments at the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Service (DCFS) in South Central Los Angeles, including Family Maintenance, Dependency Investigation, Adoption and Family Reunification.
Megan studied Social Work and Child Development at Azusa Pacific University, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2000. In 2013 she graduated with a Masters in Administration and Management from the School of Business at Azusa Pacific University.

She is a strong advocate for collaboration, providing services in a small rural town with very limited resources, she has found opportunities for collaboration in the most unusual places. Megan attended the Academy for Grassroots Organizations, as well as the Capacity Building Academy provided through First 5 San Bernardino to help her grasp what is needed to run a successful non-profit in San Bernardino County.

She is an officer and member of the Executive Committee of the Inland Empire Community Collaborative, and has served on various committees since its inception.

Treasurer
Mary Frame

Primary Work

Director of Quality Assurance
Walden Family Services

About

Mary Frame Graduated with her Master’s Degree from the University of Texas-El Paso. She then worked in Hawaii serving vulnerable youth and families before coming to California in 2002. She has worked at Walden Family Services for over 17 years, helping make the vision a reality for many in her community. She serves as the IECC Treasurer and has been and IECC active members for over 5 years. She is active in her Church and her community, focusing on serving others.

Secretary
Nancy Stingley

Primary Work

Coming Soon

About

Coming Soon

Board Member
Dr. Douglas E. Perkins, ITIL, MCC, DCC

Primary Work

Pastor (Administrator)
Agape Community Christian Church (A.I.M)

About

Dr. Doug is a veteran of the U.S Army and has been an I.T. Professional in the private and public sector for 30+ years. His last assignment was as an I.T. Administrator at Inland Regional Center and then as Principal of DEP Enterprises, LLC (I.T. Consulting firm).

For 30 years, Dr. Doug has been a licensed and ordained Minister. Serving 25+ years as Pastor, Administrator, Counselor, Mentor, and Spiritual Care provider (Palliative Care Chaplain) at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. Recently, the last 7 years, Dr. Doug has served (Faith-based and non-faith-based) nonprofit organizations as a Consultant, Coach and Facilitator in the Inland Empire. Recently, adding to his credentials the Core Capacity Assessment Tool (CCAT) Facilitator certification.

Dr. Doug has been certified in various technology disciples, (Microsoft, Cisco, ITIL) and has Masters and Doctoral degrees in Christian Counseling from Liberty College.

Dr. Doug has occupied various Board positions within the Nonprofit and Faith-based communities. Currently, he is the Board Chair for SCDD (State Council Development Disabilities – RAC12) and Board Member for IECC.

Dr. Doug’s hobbies are spending time with Wifey, reading, travelling and Golfing.