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DIANE PARRO

 

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    Diane Parro is serving as Deputy to Supervisor Saylor and was formerly the Executive Director of the Yolo County Visitors Bureau.  Since moving to Davis in 2002 , Diane has embraced the lifestyle in Yolo County and loves the hometown hospitality, farmers markets, local art scene and especially the food! Her husband Jon works at the Woodland Healthcare Foundation and their son Josh, a graduate of Davis High School, is now teaching English in China. Their younger son Cameron is studying biology in Canada at the University of British Columbia.

     Diane provides staff support to Supervisor Saylor and is particularly involved in his work on behalf of food access and the regional food system. She is always looking for ways to promote Yolo County as a destination for visitors and is interested in using marketing strategy to further the causes of our county. 

 

 EMILY HENDERSON

 

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Emily Henderson is serving as Assistant Deputy to Supervisor Saylor, and was formerly the Assistant Deputy to Supervisor Helen Thomson.  A Davis native, Emily first became engaged with local government as an advocate for homeless services.  She appreciates the opportunity to serve her community and help make government more accessible for all.  In addition for her work for Yolo County, she also serves as the Artistic Director for Acme Theatre Company, a non-profit theatre organization for high school youth. 

Emily manages Supervisor Saylor's schedule and is particularly involved in his work on behalf of health, social justice and safety net issues.


DANIELLE WOGULIS

 

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Danielle Wogulis is filling in part-time for Assistant Deputy to Supervisor Saylor as Emily Henderson directs the Spring 2015 show for Acme Theatre Company. Danielle is a Davis native who, after graduating from UC Santa Barbara in 2014, is roosting briefly at home before flying off to pursue her dream of being a painter. In the meantime, she’s enjoying the friendly communities and aggressively flat landscapes of Yolo County. She greatly admires Don’s work with homelessness and mental health issues and is proud to be working for him, however briefly.