Milly Gonzales currently resides in Southern Door with her husband Rudy and family. They came to Door County seeking an amazing place where they could raise their children. Almost 11 years later they can’t imagine living anywhere else, and are proud to call Door County, home. For the past 3 years she has worked as an Advocate and Domestic Violence Coordinator for HELP of Door County. Previous to that she sat on HELP’s board and as Vice-Chair, as well as managed a Transitional Living Program for a Domestic Violence Agency in IL. In 2018 Milly was honored with The Anne Kok Social Justice Award. This year Milly was named one of Wisconsin’s 35 most powerful and influential Latino’s and recognized for the Si Se Puede Awards at this year’s Wisconsin Leadership Summit. She currently is the Northeast Regional Director of Women’s March Wisconsin. In her free time from work, statewide activism and advocacy Milly loves to spend time with her family.
Milly shared that she is “excited to be a part of this vital Door County organization advocating for social change and impacting and improving lives every day. For me, HELP of Door County has never been just a place or a program – it has always been and will always be about serving people and making our community a safer place to live”.
Milly invites you to contact him anytime at MillyG@helpofdoorcounty.org or feel free to call her during business hours at 920-743-8785.