Bonnie Campbell, Executive Director
Bonnie Campbell is the Executive Director for Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County.
Campbell will be responsible for overseeing the organization's operations, working
with the board to ensure organizational integrity, and communicating the organization's mission
to community partners and supporters.
Campbell brings extensive experience in the nonprofit sector
with nearly seven years as chief operations officer, director of development and deputy director for
Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics. She also has a strong background in media communications.
Marsha Marcoe, Development Director
Marsha Marcoe is the Development Director for Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County.
Marsha works with the Board of Trustees to expand the giving program for DVS.
Her development experience includes more than 16 years at C.A.L.M. and UC Santa Barbara.
Marsha has served on several non-profit boards and has experience in board development.
Marsha received her Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University, Los Angeles and has a business and journalism background.
Nicollette Daniel, Grants Manager
Nicollette Daniel founded her own consulting business, Iguana Non-Profit Solutions, in 1995,
providing professional grant writing, funding research, program development and corporate and
foundation campaign planning. Iguana has served over 35 non-profit organizations in the
Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas and Cleveland areas, spanning the full
spectrum of human social services.
Ms. Daniel co-taught required courses toward the Certificate in Fundraising/Public Relations through
UCLA for over 5 years. Ms. Daniel is a member of the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the
Association of Fundraising Professionals, and obtained her Certified Fund Raising Executive
(CFRE) credential through the national body in 2004.
Catherine Steininger, Teen Education & Volunteer Director
Catherine Steininger is the Teen Education & Volunteer Director for Domestic Violence Solutions
for Santa Barbara County.
Catherine received her Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch
University, Santa Barbara in 2006. With 8 years experience as a Marriage Family Therapist Intern
at DVS, she has worked in outpatient and residential settings, counseling trauma victims and their
Catherine uses her experience recruiting and training new volunteers to implement advocating programs for adult and youth
in school and agency settings, focusing on violence prevention and education in our community.