Taylor has over seven years of experience in public health programming and grant writing. She also has extensive knowledge in public health emergency response planning and has served as Western Nevada’s Healthcare System Preparedness subject matter expert. Taylor was instrumental in developing healthcare coalitions in Carson City, Douglas, Lyon, and Storey counties, where these coalitions are geared toward taking a “whole community” approach to quality healthcare system delivery prior to and during emergency disasters.
Prior to working in public health, she worked in marketing, website development and the delivery of social marketing principles. Taylor graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing Management from Western Governor’s University.
NEYZER TORRESBilingual Prevention Coordinator
Neyzer hails from Colombia, sharing her public relations, communication and broadcasting experience with the Partnership team. She’s responsible for the 120 percent increase in Latino participation in Partnership events since she joined the organization in 2006.
Her tenacity and passion in working with people shines through in her Latino community outreach events, Spanish newsletters, involvement in school and community functions as well as assistance in grant reporting. Neyzer also leads a Latino women’s group called Fuerza Latina in collaboration with Douglas County Social Services.
TRENT UNRUHCommunications Coordinator
Trent is a fifth-generation Carson Valley resident and proud Douglas County native. Before joining Partnership Douglas County, he worked as a Community Relations Intern for Douglas County and as an assistant with the Carson Valley Visitor’s Authority. Trent received his Bachelor of Arts with a major in Journalism from the Reynold’s School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno in 2018. Trent’s primary role is all things media and getting the word-out about our projects and events.
During his free-time, Trent can be found on the slopes and trails in and around Douglas County on his snowboard, mountain bike, or dirt bike.
DARIA WINSLOWPrevention Coordinator
Daria recently moved to the Valley from Southern California but has been coming to the area most of her life; she’s a sixth generation to the Valley. She graduated from Upland High School with honors and is studying Criminal Justice at Western Nevada College, soon transferring to the University of Nevada, Reno.
Daria has previous experience in creating informative presentations and presenting them due to her involvement in the National History Day competition for four years. She also harbors a true love for history, reading, politics and the inner workings of government, so she hopes these will help her succeed at her job. She says she cannot wait to get more involved in the community and meet new people.
AUDREY BROOKS-SCOTTFinancial Coordinator
Audrey has had a varied professional background in both the public and private sector: fiscal and budget analyst, grants management, hotel management, banker, loan officer and in-branch investment officer, office manager, etc. HER educational background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Oregon State University and an Associate of Arts degree from Spokane Falls Community College in Washington. Audrey is a certified Nevada Veterans Advocate (NVA) with the State of Nevada Veteran’s Services. Being an NVA is her way to volunteer and give back to the local veterans.
JAMIE EYERLYYOUTH PREVENTION COORDINATOR
Hello, my name is Jamie Eyerly and I’m the Youth Prevention Coordinator at Partnership Douglas County. I have two amazing children and have lived in Douglas County for over 30 years. I graduated from Douglas High School and High Sierra Police Academy in Truckee Meadows. As a previous local business owner, youth counselor, and coach for 27 years I feel very connected to the area and honored to serve our amazing community and its youth.