Neighborhood Watch

BOARD MEMBERS

Mary Haskins

Executive Director
Executive Director Mary Wienholz-Haskin is a Fresno native and long term community service devotee. Nothing matters more to Mary than her family and her hometown, Fresno!

Mary is a dynamic professional known for her passion, dedication, and expertise in developing charitable organizations and building strong relationships. With a solid foundation in community service, Mary has consistently demonstrated a commitment to excellence throughout her career and volunteer life.

Mary has been a Registered Dental Assistant in an orthodontic practice since 1990. She started volunteering and fundraising in 1999, while being a mom to 2 sons and holding a full time job. She served in various Board Leadership positions in parent teacher groups over a span of 15 years in Fresno Unified. She also served as President for Fresno State’s Friends of the Bulldog Marching Band, and is a former Board Member of Fresno East Kiwanis, and Friends of Camp El-O Win. She was selected as Fresno County’s Mother of the year in 2018, recognized as the Fresno City District 7 Woman of the year in 2021 and most recently Inaugural Girl Scouts of Central California South Woman of the Year 2023.

Mary is a pioneer in the development of Neighborhood Watch teams, and has captained her own successful Central area block since 2018 with 50 active members.  Her neighborhood team established true collaboration within the neighborhood, with law enforcement and local city agencies to identify and eliminate serious crime threats in their area. Her success lead to her recruitment to lead Neighborhood Watch after retiring Founder, Roz Clark.

Maggie Navarro

Maggie Navarro

President

Glenna Gates

Vice- President
Glenna Gates is the savvy business owner of Spherion Staffing and serves over 100 customers locally, and places thousands of employees in assignments each year. Glenna’s passion is service to people. She is a wife, mother, grandmother, and faithful and loving daughter caring for her spunky 90 year old mother. She understands the connection between a happy and safe home life and great contributions to area employers and the community.

Recognized for leadership and service excellence, Glenna was invited to serve the Fresno Police and Neighborhood Watch Board as Vice President. Glenna cares deeply about community and personal safety and also serves as a Board Member for Valley Crime Stoppers and the Better Business Bureau of Central California. 

She has been instrumental in the reorganization, rebranding and relaunch of the Neighborhood Watch program to make a significant impact in the quality of life for all in our community.

Kaleb Neufeld

Board Secretary
Kaleb Neufeld, MBA comes to us with an extensive background in professionalism, finance management and entrepreneurial ventures. Graduating with his MBA from the Craig School of business at Fresno State, Kaleb has a strong passion for making a difference in the community. He currently serves as the Assistant Controller for the City of Fresno. For Kaleb, he felt joining FPNW was a tremendous opportunity to make a positive impact in our community and the greater Fresno area. Many neighborhoods deal with crime on a day-to-day basis and do not have the knowledge, tools, and other resources that are necessary to make positive change in their community in order to improve their quality of life. The Fresno Police and Neighborhood Watch organization looks to fill this gap in providing resources and support to neighborhoods that may feel stuck, frustrated, struggling with what they feel is lack of police response and unsure of what the next steps may be for reducing crime in their communities. Having to deal with some of these challenges in his own neighborhood, he came to the realization that neighborhoods across our community need to take on collective responsibility and accountability. Many of these neighborhoods need support and a fighting voice for positive change to occur. He wants to be an advocate for change in neighborhoods, particularly those that are of lower socioeconomic status as these communities are historically overlooked.

Matt Gillian

Treasurer

Elisha Henderson

Marketing
Servant leader Elisha Henderson is a Mother, Entrepreneur, and Community Advocate for the African American Community and a Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach for our Veterans at the VA Hospital. Originally from the Bay Area, Elisha came to Fresno to attend California State University, Fresno. She graduated with a B.S. in Criminology and later obtained her Master’s in Human Resource Management with an emphasis on Organizational Change. She currently serves as the Vice President of the Fresno State Alumni Association Board of Directors and Vice President of the Fresno State African American Alumni and Friends Club. This is just one of the ways that Elisha tries to help past, current, and future students of Fresno State. As the organizational structure of Fresno Police & neighborhood Watch changed, she stepped in as the Interim President. She also serves as President of the VA Employee Association. She is a member of Black Education Collaboration Organized Network,  Black Leaders Organized for Change and Chief Strategic Officer of Break Box Collective. 

At the Fresno VA Hospital, Elisha is the Employee Whole Health Coordinator for the Whole Health Program under the Chief of Staff. She works with Veterans and staff to change the culture from focusing on what matters physically to a Veteran to what matters to them, including their values and overall wellness.

As the Owner and Chief Editor of Final Look Editing, she works diligently to provide quality and affordable editing services to a wide range of customers.

Elisha is continually working to build a better future for all- young ones to elders.

Mary Haskins

Executive Director
Executive Director Mary Wienholz-Haskin is a Fresno native and long term community service devotee. Nothing matters more to Mary than her family and her hometown, Fresno!

Mary is a dynamic professional known for her passion, dedication, and expertise in developing charitable organizations and building strong relationships. With a solid foundation in community service, Mary has consistently demonstrated a commitment to excellence throughout her career and volunteer life.

Mary has been a Registered Dental Assistant in an orthodontic practice since 1990. She started volunteering and fundraising in 1999, while being a mom to 2 sons and holding a full time job. She served in various Board Leadership positions in parent teacher groups over a span of 15 years in Fresno Unified. She also served as President for Fresno State’s Friends of the Bulldog Marching Band, and is a former Board Member of Fresno East Kiwanis, and Friends of Camp El-O Win. She was selected as Fresno County’s Mother of the year in 2018, recognized as the Fresno City District 7 Woman of the year in 2021 and most recently Inaugural Girl Scouts of Central California South Woman of the Year 2023.

Mary is a pioneer in the development of Neighborhood Watch teams, and has captained her own successful Central area block since 2018 with 50 active members.  Her neighborhood team established true collaboration within the neighborhood, with law enforcement and local city agencies to identify and eliminate serious crime threats in their area. Her success lead to her recruitment to lead Neighborhood Watch after retiring Founder, Roz Clark.

Maggie Navarro

Maggie Navarro

President

Glenna Gates

Vice- President
Glenna Gates is the savvy business owner of Spherion Staffing and serves over 100 customers locally, and places thousands of employees in assignments each year. Glenna’s passion is service to people. She is a wife, mother, grandmother, and faithful and loving daughter caring for her spunky 90 year old mother. She understands the connection between a happy and safe home life and great contributions to area employers and the community.

Recognized for leadership and service excellence, Glenna was invited to serve the Fresno Police and Neighborhood Watch Board as Vice President. Glenna cares deeply about community and personal safety and also serves as a Board Member for Valley Crime Stoppers and the Better Business Bureau of Central California. 

She has been instrumental in the reorganization, rebranding and relaunch of the Neighborhood Watch program to make a significant impact in the quality of life for all in our community.

Kaleb Neufeld

Board Secretary
Kaleb Neufeld, MBA comes to us with an extensive background in professionalism, finance management and entrepreneurial ventures. Graduating with his MBA from the Craig School of business at Fresno State, Kaleb has a strong passion for making a difference in the community. He currently serves as the Assistant Controller for the City of Fresno. For Kaleb, he felt joining FPNW was a tremendous opportunity to make a positive impact in our community and the greater Fresno area. Many neighborhoods deal with crime on a day-to-day basis and do not have the knowledge, tools, and other resources that are necessary to make positive change in their community in order to improve their quality of life. The Fresno Police and Neighborhood Watch organization looks to fill this gap in providing resources and support to neighborhoods that may feel stuck, frustrated, struggling with what they feel is lack of police response and unsure of what the next steps may be for reducing crime in their communities. Having to deal with some of these challenges in his own neighborhood, he came to the realization that neighborhoods across our community need to take on collective responsibility and accountability. Many of these neighborhoods need support and a fighting voice for positive change to occur. He wants to be an advocate for change in neighborhoods, particularly those that are of lower socioeconomic status as these communities are historically overlooked.

Matt Gillian

Treasurer

Elisha Henderson

Marketing
Servant leader Elisha Henderson is a Mother, Entrepreneur, and Community Advocate for the African American Community and a Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach for our Veterans at the VA Hospital. Originally from the Bay Area, Elisha came to Fresno to attend California State University, Fresno. She graduated with a B.S. in Criminology and later obtained her Master’s in Human Resource Management with an emphasis on Organizational Change. She currently serves as the Vice President of the Fresno State Alumni Association Board of Directors and Vice President of the Fresno State African American Alumni and Friends Club. This is just one of the ways that Elisha tries to help past, current, and future students of Fresno State. As the organizational structure of Fresno Police & neighborhood Watch changed, she stepped in as the Interim President. She also serves as President of the VA Employee Association. She is a member of Black Education Collaboration Organized Network,  Black Leaders Organized for Change and Chief Strategic Officer of Break Box Collective. 

At the Fresno VA Hospital, Elisha is the Employee Whole Health Coordinator for the Whole Health Program under the Chief of Staff. She works with Veterans and staff to change the culture from focusing on what matters physically to a Veteran to what matters to them, including their values and overall wellness.

As the Owner and Chief Editor of Final Look Editing, she works diligently to provide quality and affordable editing services to a wide range of customers.

Elisha is continually working to build a better future for all- young ones to elders.

Neighborhood Watch

TRUSTEES

Geraldine Ezenwugo

Southwest Trustee

Barbara Horn

Central Trustee

Harjinder Saini

Southeast Trustee

Kina McFaddin

Southeast Trustee

Gwyn Harshaw

Northeast Trustee

Raj Sodhi-Lane

Northwest Trustee
Brandon Waters

Brandon Waters

Northwest Trustee
Teresa Norman

Teresa Norman

Northwest Trustee
Maggie Navarro

Maggie Navarro

Trustee at Large

Geraldine Ezenwugo

Southwest Trustee

Barbara Horn

Central Trustee

Harjinder Saini

Southeast Trustee

Kina McFaddin

Southeast Trustee

Gwyn Harshaw

Northeast Trustee

Raj Sodhi-Lane

Northwest Trustee
Brandon Waters

Brandon Waters

Northwest Trustee
Teresa Norman

Teresa Norman

Northwest Trustee
Maggie Navarro

Maggie Navarro

Trustee at Large