About Father Joe's Villages
As Southern California’s largest residential homeless services provider, Father Joe’s Villages and its partner agencies St. Vincent de Paul Village in San Diego and Martha’s Village & Kitchen in Indio, CA have been empowering people to achieve self-sufficiency for over 62 years. What started as a small chapel serving San Diego’s impoverished has grown into a cutting-edge provider of innovative housing programs and services. Father Joe’s Villages and its partner agencies prepare up to 4,000 meals and provide a continuum of care to nearly 1,500 individuals every day—from infants and adolescents to adults and seniors. This includes over 200 children and over 200 military veterans. As industry thought-leaders, the agencies offer innovative solutions to address the complex needs of the homeless, regardless of age, race, culture or beliefs. The organizations’ primary goal is to transform lives and end the cycle of homelessness. To this end they provide housing, healthcare, food, clothing, education, job training and child development in an internationally modeled “one-stop-shop” approach. The organizations’ mission is made possible only through the efforts of compassionate staff, dedicated volunteers, and generous public and private donors.
Diane Stumph began working with Father Joe's Villages in September of 2006 as CFO. Prior to Father Joe's Villages Diane worked for Exxon Company and AMN Healthcare.
During her tenure at Father Joe's Villages, Diane has overseen the organization's three non-profits and seven limited partnerships. Diane has brought a high degree of professionalism to the finance team as she has developed a strong team that consistently maintains essential controls to produce the timely and accurate reporting and analysis necessary to provide financial information for a dynamic organization performing vital services for the San Diego community.
Diane is a member of the California Society of CPAs and the San Diego CFO Roundtable.
Compassion: Concern for others and a desire to assist.
Respect: An act of giving particular attention or special regard.
Empathy: Understanding, an awareness of and sensitivity to the feelings of others.
Empowerment: Helping others to help themselves.
Dignity: Counting all people worthy of our esteem.