Women Called Moses Leadership is committed to carrying OUR MISSION while maintaining transparency that is accountable. Our leaders are passionate about assisting women and children that have been victims of domestic violence and implementing plans and programs that will help decrease domestic violence.

Debra Nixon-Bowles

Establishing a nonprofit organization to help battered women and their children is fulfilling a vision and desire Debra Nixon-Bowles has had for many years. Her passion for this cause is driven by her own personal experiences with domestic abuse in her childhood and as an adult. Debra is committed to helping others achieve their “Goals of Excellence” and has devoted countless hours to educate and empower individuals that are affected by domestic violence. Debra Nixon-Bowles is committed to helping others overcome obstacles, break down barriers, and ACHIEVE! She has a knack for opening the right doors for great business opportunities and simply will NOT take no for an answer.  Debra knows “HOW TO WORK IT“and effectively “WORKS” every strategic angle when securing a deal for her clients.  Once you have encountered Debra, her passion, and her zeal for life… YOU WILL NEVER BE THE SAME!

Velisa Crayton-Walker
Director of Social Media Strategies & Marketing

After 13 years of working in the music industry with two of the largest recognized music distributors in the world – Universal Music Group and BMG now known as Sony – is the platform that developed Velisa’s love for events and marketing; as a result, the creation of VVS Events & Marketing was established.

Velisa’s expertise and passion for WCM allows her to support WCW interactive media into WCM branding strategy, search engine optimization and marketing (SEO/SEM) integration, monitoring and analysis of all social media trends and their impact on the WCM brand.

Blanca Sigaran Vasquez
Director of Latino Community Outreach

Blanca Sigaran, is a native from El Salvador who has called the United States home since 1995. This mom of three gorgeous children considers motherhood her greatest accomplishment and has never regretted her decision to leave a promising career in the legal profession.

Blanca grew up in a home of faith and was taught the power of giving back which she has done consistently since her teens. Blanca has volunteered with numerous organizations including The United Way, Dallas Mayor’s Back to School Fair, Dallas County Schools, Fairfax County Public Schools and Safe Hands, Inc.

Serving as our bilingual representative, Ms. Sigaran contributes greatly to our mission to support those afflicted with domestic violence and human trafficking within the diverse communities we serve.

Amber Ifeanyi
Director of Strategic Development and Programs

Amber Ifeanyi specializes in corporate, nonprofit, and government consulting services. Amber has been responsible for overseeing the creation of various private/public partnerships between corporations and nonprofit entities including programs created at the University of California Los Angeles, the California Legislature, both in the Senate and the Assembly. She has also served as the acting Development Director for special projects at several well-known nonprofit agencies in the country.

Amber has executed a number of campaigns that blend traditional and new media ideas that produce outstanding business results for her clients. Amber’s talents are multifaceted, and she specializes in the cross-collateralization of various industry markets to best enhance her clients’ mission, including program research and development, strategic business planning, brand exposure, sponsorship acquisition and the enactment of best industry practices for streamlined marketing execution and budget adherence.

Cameka Crawford
Marketing & Public Relations-Programs

Cameka Crawford is a public relations and marketing strategist who works with executive leadership teams to implement initiatives that increase brand awareness while strengthening employee and consumer engagement. After working for nearly 15 years in the corporate and nonprofit sectors, she knows what it means to connect organizations with their community with authenticity.

Cameka was the driving force behind the creation of the National Domestic Violence Hotline’s “Picture” public service announcement, which premiered on the NFL Network and, as well as “A Day to Connect, Inspire and Heal”—Verizon’s domestic violence Summit hosted in partnership with Dr. Phil and Robin McGraw’s foundations. She has landed coverage in print and broadcast outlets around the country, including the Ebony magazine, USA TODAY, Cosmopolitan, and CNN. In 2011, PR Week honored her with its 40 Under 40 Ones to Watch award.

Cameka holds a BA in public relations from Texas Tech University and a Master of Administrative Sciences from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She also received an executive certificate in leadership and management from the University of Notre Dame.


Every NINE (9) Seconds in the U.S. a woman is assaulted or beaten



Women Called Moses’ passion to provide services to families in need can not exist without contributions and support of individuals, groups and corporations. The donations of time, skills, financial gifts and other resources contribute to the empowerment of many families who seek environments.

No amount is too small and your financial contribution will make a difference in the lives of women and/or children. HELP US HELP OTHERS DURING THEIR TIME OF CRISIS!



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National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-7233 (SAFE)
 TTY 1-800-787-3224

If you have been threatened with physical harm and believe that you are in danger, CALL 911 now.

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