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Victoria Nimmo-Walters

Operations Manager, Division of Insitutions

Victoria has worked with Jack Cowley in various capacities since 2006: from being part of the steering committee that brought online the Alpha Prisoner Reentry Initiative at Folsom State Prison in California to managing the annual grant process for the Southern California Initiative, to being his full -time assistant at Alpha USA. She is now delighted to join him at Damascus Reentry as Operations Manager for the Division of Institutions.

Victoria brings to her position more than four decades of nonprofit experience; beginning at Channel 18, Fresno, CA’s PBS television affiliate and eventually serving as Executive Director of M2/Match-Two Mentoring Outreach, the most emulated one-to-one prisoner mentoring program in the nation. After moving to Georgia in 2008, she worked in the Development Department of Alpha USA before launching her own business that provided outsourced administrative services to a variety of small nonprofit organizations. In addition to her client work, she also served as part-time Grants Specialist for Christians Against Poverty, America. Victoria holds a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Phoenix. 

In her spare time, Victoria serves as the Immediate Past President for the Atlanta Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women (AACCW) as a mentor/advisor to the administration that succeeded her presidency, and is a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church in her adopted hometown of Tucker, GA. Her hobbies include beekeeping, amateur astronomy, mead making, and board gaming – she also has a passion for exotic birds. Widowed in 2000, Victoria is mother (aka Mamakins,) grandmother (aka Gams,) and great-grandmother (aka MeeMaw) – not only of her own bloodline, but also to the children/grands/and greats of her late husband.


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