Executive Director Toni Johnson-Simpson, MSW

Friends of the Family benefits from Ms. Johnson-Simpson’s wealth of knowledge and experience, which includes more than 16 years of nonprofit management, 12 of those with Friends of the Family.  As Executive Director, Ms. Johnson-Simpson provides oversight to all aspects of the agency, working in conjunction with the Board of Directors and the community to provide continuous, comprehensive services to those in the community who have been impacted by sexual and domestic violence.

 
 
 
Executive Program Director Dr. Nicole Roberts

Dr. Nicole Roberts is a licensed psychologist with a PhD in Counseling Psychology from New Mexico State. Her first job out of grad school was Director of Adult Counseling here at Denton County Friends of the Family in 2003. She left in 2006 to pursue a career as Clinical Director at a community counseling center. In 2017 she returned to Friends of the Family as the Executive Program Director. In the interim, she has worked at Hope’s Door, private practice, and at a behavioral hospital. 

 
 
 
 
Director of Marketing and Development Randi Skinner

Randi graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelors in business. In her 10+ years of experience as a marketing and business development professional Randi has learned the importance of developing a recognizable brand, creating relatable content and cultivating authentic relationships throughout the community.  Randi brings this skill set to the work of prevention and advocacy for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Her passion for the work our agency does for victims of violence and extensive knowledge of marketing and community relations helps create a dynamic marketing platform for DCFOF. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Director of Residential and Crisis Services Taylor Cameron, MS, LPC, NCC

Taylor graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Developmental and Family Studies from the University of North Texas in 2012 and Master of Science in Counseling and Development from Texas Woman’s University in 2014. She has worked in crisis intervention for the past 4 years. Previously, she has worked as a counselor in the Denton County Friends of the Family Battering Intervention and Prevention Program and as the Children’s Advocate and Counselor for the Emergency Shelter before moving into leadership. Taylor now oversees the operation of the Denton County Friends of the Family Emergency Shelter, which includes advocacy services, children’s program, 24-hour crisis hotline, counseling services, and the management of the facility. 

 
 
 

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