Our Mission

Our mission is to provide a safe, Christ-centered environment that encourages spiritual, professional, and personal growth to transform women, families and communities.

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to give you HOPE and a future.”
Jeremiah 29:11

CWJC State Introduction

CWJC Sisterhood for Good

2021 Fundraising Event

The ministry of CWJC makes a significant difference in the lives
of women and Kerr County families

 CWJC Board of Directors

2022 Board of Directors

Carlina Daugherty

President

Kerrville Daily Times executive editor

Karen Mooney

Vice President

Retired bank executive and advertising executive

Heather Morgan

Secretary

Teacher Self-Employed Musician

Joyce Norwood

Treasurer

Retired banker

Andrea Bode

Member

Chief Probation Officer for Kerr, Bandera, and Gillispie counties

John Sawyer

Member

Business Development Director Century 21 the Hills Realty

Mike Ezer

Member

Employed by Innovative Strategies-life insurance, investments, retirement & estate planning, and charitable giving

Andy Magee

Member

Manages four homeowner's associations and attends college

Linda Deaderick

Member

Retired attorney

Teri Schreiner

Member

Serves on the Hill Country Crisis Council board, Young Life, and Divide School Board president

Kellie Early

Member

District Director for Representative Andrew Murr, 25+ years Paralegal

Virginia Graham

Member

Kerrville School Board, former teacher

Martha Stenseng

Member

Realtor Teacher Development Committee Chair

B K Gamble

Member

Executive Director of the Doyle Center CWJC Teacher and volunteer Retired from HEB Foundation

Our Staff

Edna Vandiver

Executive Director

Edna attended the University of Texas where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration & Accounting. Upon graduating, she was promoted to divisional manager at Tandy Acceptance Corp. After moving to the Hill Country in 1983, she continued to put her abilities to use working for RD Construction Company and H & R Block while successfully running her own tax and accounting business for over 25 years. Edna has also been heavily involved in the local church, leading & participating in Bible Studies, mentoring programs and Prayer Ministry as well performing accounting duties for Kerrville Bible Church. At Impact Christian Fellowship, she served as an administrative assistant as well as successfully managing the Bookstore and Coffee shop. Before joining the staff of CWJC in 2013 as the Assistant Director and Accountant, Edna served as a mentor and also as a member of the board of directors. Her passion to help other women become all God created them to be makes her a perfect fit to lead the ministry of CWJC as the current Executive Director.

Courtney Ayala

CWJC Administrative Assistant

A Spring 2017 graduate of CWJC, Courtney is now the Administrative Assistant. Her salary is paid with a grant from the Cailloux Foundation’s Job Program. Courtney also teaches the typing class and assists with the Alumnae Program among many other tasks she handles throughout each day. It is her heart to be involved with this amazing organization and to walk alongside all of her Sisters in Christ.

Angela Grenwelge

Assistant Director

Angela attended Liberty University and received her Associates degree in Religion. She also attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary to receive a certificate in Biblical Counseling. Angela lives with her husband Cody on their ranch in Llano where she enjoys every sunrise and sunset. She attends and is active at First Baptist Church of Llano. She has served alongside her husband for the last 7 years as Ministry Leaders and State Representatives for Celebrate Recovery and in the Spring of 2022, she served as the healthy relationship teacher for CWJC.

Before joining us in the Fall of 2022 as the Assistant Director, Angela was the Spiritual Program Director for the Parenting Resource Center and First Choice Reproductive Health here in Kerrville. Angela’s heart and desire is not only to walk alongside the CWJC Alumnae but also with all the women coming through our doors that they are able to see and believe that they are deeply loved and that their value and worth comes from their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Our Results in Numbers

We are very happy about our community's achievements and don't hide them

473 Graduates
90% Employment &
Continued Education
400 Have accepted Christ or
Rededicated their lives to Him
320 Baptisms since 2004