Domestic Violence Solutions Announces New Board Members and Officers
Domestic Violence Solutions (DVS), Santa Barbara County’s only full-service provider of 24-hour emergency shelter and services for domestic violence victims is pleased to announce their 2017-18 board officers: Maura Mitchell, president; Virginia Wigle, vice president; Jackie Binger-Hall,
secretary; Ruben Lopez, treasurer. Additionally, they are welcoming three new board members: Mark Juretic, Sarah Moray and Michelle Piotrowski.
Dr. Mark Juretic works Sansum Clinic in the Internal Medicine department at Pesetas Urgent Care & Multi-Specialty Clinic.
He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine where he graduated with honors and is board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He completed is internal medicine residency at the UC San Diego, and received his bachelor’s and master‘s degree at Stanford University.
Previously, Dr. Juretic was the medical director at Pacific Central Coast Health Centers and served as chief of staff at Marion Regional Medical Center from 2011-12.
Sarah Moray is co-founder of DaisyBill, www.daisybill.com.
Founded in 2011, DaisyBill is web based software designed to ease the complexity of California workers' compensation billing. Additionally, she often offers her expertise in the form of webinars and speeches to educate stakeholders on how best to manage billing and convert to electronic claims processing. Prior to founding DaisyBill, Sarah was a consultant in the medical billing industry and worked in medical offices. She has a B.A. in Communication from U.C. Santa Barbara.
In addition to volunteering her time for DVS, she volunteers at Habitat for Humanity of Southern Santa Barbara County, local schools and is passionate about cooking, travel, and river rafting.
Michelle Piotrowski is an active member in the communities of Santa Barbara and Ventura County, and a professional leader in the Information Technology and Insurance industries.
Ms. Piotrowski has over 20 years of experience in project leadership, operations, technology, and business process improvements across multiple industries. Ms. Piotrowski's community leadership roles include President of the Junior League of Santa Barbara 2014-15, JLSB Sustainer Council member 2016-18, and various hands-on JLSB leadership roles over the past 11 years giving back to the Santa Barbara community.
Ms. Piotrowski received her BS in Math from The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia and is a Paw Pals certified therapy dog handler for VITAS Hospice. Michelle resides in Ventura with her husband Bill.
These individuals will join the current Board of Directors for Domestic Violence Solutions, a 40-year-old non-profit organization dedicated to ending the cycle of domestic violence by providing prevention and intervention services, emotional support and advocacy to those in crisis, and playing a leadership role in effecting social change throughout Santa Barbara County.