Tag Archives: Debra Greenwood

Four CFJ Supporters Receive Honors for Domestic Violence Service Work

The Center for Family Justice is honored that four women who support its mission were recently recognized by the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV) for their leadership in the domestic violence movement as well as their work to improve the lives of survivors. CFJ’s President & CEO Debra A. Greenwood (center), Board Chair Valerie […]

Building a Legacy Through Books

The family and friends of a Monroe educator recently created a lasting memorial for her with a donation of more than 500 books for the children who receive crisis and supportive services at The Center for Family Justice. The family of Debbie Walls, a Newtown resident who was a teacher in the Monroe Public Schools […]

An Open Letter From President/CEO Debra A. Greenwood: The Hidden Homeless

  Dear Friends and Supporters, As the days grow colder and the holidays approach we often called on to come to the aid of millions of Americans who don’t have a safe, reliable place of their own to call home. During this holiday season, I would like to call attention the truly hidden faces of […]

CFJ Receives Innovation Award from National Children’s Alliance

The Center for Family Justice was pleased to recently receive the National Children’s Alliance 2017 Innovative Program/Practice Award. This prestigious honor was given to CFJ’s President & CEO Debra A. Greenwood at the NCA’s annual Leadership Conference, held in Washington, D.C. in June. The award was based on CFJ’s recent launch of Camp HOPE Connecticut, […]

CFJ’s Kayte Cwikla-Masas Selected for “40 Under 40” Honors

CFJ is proud to announce that its Director of Advocacy & MDT services, Kayte Cwikla-Masas, was recently inducted into Westfair Communication’s 2017 Class of “40 Under 40.” Kayte was honored, along with 39 other dynamic and accomplished young professionals working in Fairfield County, for their leadership and achievements in an inspiring ceremony held last month […]

Fifth Annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Event Kicks Off April 29th

For the fifth consecutive year, Fairfield Police Chief Gary MacNamara will step out in a pair of towering heels to lead a community-wide rally and walk in support of victims of sexual violence and abuse. The Center for Family Justice’s annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event kicks off on Saturday, April 29, at […]

Debra Greenwood’s Annual Gratitude List

This is a time of year when we reflect on the gifts and blessings we have in our lives. For me, of course, that begins with my wonderful family who support my dedication to the work we do here at The Center for Family Justice. They share my goals of fostering kinder communities and lives […]