Board of Directors
Catalyst is lucky to have a board of directors committed to serving the Butte County community. The purpose of the board is to develop agency policies and procedures, monitor the performance of agency programs, and contribute to the promotion of our mission statement.
Tracy Weeber: Chair
I am an RN and work with women and infants. I see the impact of intimate partner violence on a regular basis. When I began to explore volunteer opportunities, Catalyst came up in conversation as a well-run, effective service. After meeting Anastacia, the board members and all the wonderful staff and volunteers, I knew I had found a volunteer home. I passionately believe in the mission and values of the organization. I am grateful to live Chico and am honored to be able to give back to my community.
Justin Cantalupo: Vice Chair
I enjoy serving on the board of directors as a male voice for victims of domestic violence, being a survivor of abuse myself. I feel strongly about the services Catalyst provides relating to healthy family structure and restoring positive growth. Being a part of such a strong and productive nonprofit group has been very enlightening, the dedication of the entire staff is a clear testament to their continued success. Giving back to the community through service on the board of Catalyst and the services they provide is very important to me and I look forward to many years of volunteer service.
Carin Hilgeman: Secretary
I serve on the Catalyst Board because it’s a great way to pay back all of the support that Catalyst has provided me over many years.
I am a survivor of a domestic violence relationship and Catalyst was a resource that I was able to utilize. I received ongoing support through the shelter and the hotline. 25 years later I am ecstatic that Catalyst is still providing a needed service to our community. I feel grateful to serve on the board and help Catalyst continue in all the amazing support they provide.
Moira Kehoe: Fiscal Officer
I am a Family Nurse Practitioner who has referred people suffering from intimate partner violence to Catalyst. I am in a place in my life to be able to dedicate more time giving back to my community, and was actively seeking to do so, when a chance meeting with my friend Carin steered me to the board position. Catalyst has been a fixture in this community for 40 years, and due to its dedicated staff and volunteers has positioned itself to continue providing its vital services. As a health care provider, I appreciate the opportunity to continue the dialogue around domestic violence and educate our community members about their services.
Valerie Reddemann: Director
I believe creating change that lasts happens through education and empowerment. I've been highly active in the Chico community for over a decade and have seen the results when groups of people come together, collaborate and take action to promote effective positive change. Domestic violence is an area that requires constant education and empowerment to end the abusive cycle. I serve on the board to support the work the incredible staff of Catalyst tirelessly commits to each and every day.