FRESNO COUNTY ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES COMMISSION
1920 MARIPOSA MALL, FRESNO, CA 93721 www.fresnoeoc.org

Total Revenue
$108,756,460
Total Expenses
$109,045,345
Net Assets
$21,315,228

Organizations Filed Purposes: A COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY WHOSE MISSION IS TO HUMANELY FOCUS ALL AVAILABLE RESOURCES TO EMPOWER LOW-INCOME FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS WORKING TOWARDS THE SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND MOTIVATION FOR SELF-SUFFICIENCY. HUMAN SERVICES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROVIDED INCLUDE: EDUCATION; EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING SERVICES; PREVENTIVE HEALTH CARE AND PRENATAL NUTRITION EDUCATION; SENIOR CONGREGATE AND HOME-DELIVERED MEAL SERVICES; FOOD DISTRIBUTIONS AND FARMER'S MARKETS; ENERGY CONSERVATION EDUCATION AND ENERGY CRISIS INTERVENTION; AND TRANSPORTATION SERVICES. FRESNO EOC IS GOVERNED BY A TWENTY-FOUR(24) MEMBER TRIPARTITE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS.

A COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY WHOSE MISSION IS TO HUMANELY FOCUS ALL AVAILABLE RESOURCES TO EMPOWER LOW-INCOME FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS WORKING TOWARDS THE SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE,AND MOTIVATION FOR SELF-SUFFICIENCY.

EDUCATION - PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES WITH A GOAL OF SCHOOL READINESS FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN 0-5 YEARS OF AGE; PROVIDES QUALITY CHILDCARE TO CHILDREN 5-12 YEARS OF AGE; PROVIDES ALTERNATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS THROUGH TWO CHARTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS TO EITHER HIGH RISK STUDENTS IN 9TH TO 12TH GRADES OR YOUNG ADULTS 18-24 YEARS OF AGE WORKING TO OBTAIN A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA; PROVIDES EDUCATION TO 12-24 YEAR OLDS REGARDING PREGNANCY AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH MATTERS. PROGRAM SERVICES PROVIDED TO 4,806 INDIVIDUALS.

HEALTH SERVICES - PROVIDES SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE TO WOMEN, INFANTS, AND CHILDREN (WIC) WITH A GOAL OF IMPROVING LIFELONG HEALTH AND NUTRITION OF THE CLIENTS SERVED WITH THE INCLUSION OF NUTRITION EDUCATION SERVICES. ASSIST INDIVIDUALS AND COMMUNITIES IN BUILDING TOBACCO-FREE, HEALTHY LIFESTYLES. PROVIDE EDUCATION AND CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO TEENS FOR PREGNANCY PREVENTION AND TEEN PARENTING WORKSHOPS. OFFER COMPREHENSIVE FAMILY PLANNING AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES TO WOMEN, MEN, AND TEENS. PROGRAMS SERVED 44,480 INDIVIDUALS.

ENERGY - ASSIST LOW-INCOME RESIDENTS WITH THE MANAGEMENT AND REDUCTION OF ENERGY COSTS. THIS INCLUDES EMERGENCY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR FAMILIES IN FINANCIAL CRISIS WITH PAYMENT OF A PORTION OF A UTILITY BILL. ADDITIONALLY, ASSISTANCE IS PROVIDED IN A LONG-TERM REDUCTION OF ENERGY BILLS BY INSTALLING WEATHERIZATION MEASURES TO MAKE LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS MORE ENERGY-EFFCIENT, INCLUDING SOLAR SYSTEMS. PROGRAM SERVES 4,740 INDIVIDUALS.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Brian AngusCEO40$189,441
Naomi MizumotoCHIEF PROGRAMS OFFICER40$177,961
Salam NaliaCHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER40$165,257
Mark WilsonCHIEF ACADEMIC OFF40$123,271
Rebecca HeinricyFINANCIAL OFFICER40$117,936
Elaine Jimenez-ObesoPHYSICIAN ASST.40$117,028
Michelle TutunjianENTERPRISE OFFICER40$108,459
Steven WarnesASST. FINANCE DIR.40$104,726
Harpreet BaliDirector5$0
Richard KeyesDirector5$0
Daniel MartinezDirector5$0
Jimi RodgersDirector5$0
Maiyer VangDirector5$0
Juan ArambulaDirector5$0
Lisa NicholsDirector5$0
Catherine RoblesDirector5$0
Celeste CabreraDirector5$0
Elaine Robles-McgrawDirector5$0
Daniel T ParraDirector5$0
Tito A LuceroDirector5$0
Michael ReynaDirector5$0
Chuck RiojasDirector5$0
Charles Garabedian JrDirector5$0
Pastor Bruce McalisterDirector5$0
Deanna Mathies1ST VICE CHAIR5$0
Barigye MccoyDirector5$0
Linda R HayesChairman5$0
Angie Isaak2ND VICE CHAIR5$0
Debbie DardenTreasurer5$0
Jerome CounteeDirector5$0
Nathan AlonzoDirector5$0
Juanita VelizDirector5$0
Leroy CandlerDirector5$0
Lee Ann EagerDirector5$0

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