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Khimberly Schoenacker, RD, CSP, CD

Program Manager of WIC/Registered Dietitian/Breastfeeding Coordinator

When did you start working at WIC?

January of 2017.

What do you like best about working at WIC?

The opportunity to support families and children as they make positive changes that will impact them for a lifetime.

If you had to describe yourself using 3 words, they would be…

Empathetic, creative and goofy.

What interest haven’t you pursued, but have always wanted to and what draws you to it?

I have always wanted to learn how to play the guitar. I own one and have taken classes randomly throughout my life but I have never been consistent.

What’s the weirdest thing you have ever eaten?

Frog legs in Mexico.


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Liza Ceinos

Certifier/Clerk (Lacey/Shelton Clinic)

When did you start working at WIC?

June of 2008.

What do you like best about working at WIC?

I like the fact that I can help families become more knowledgeable in many aspects and also to see them thrive.

If you had to describe yourself using 3 words, they would be…

Funny, caring, and kind.

What interest haven’t you pursued, but have always wanted to and what draws you to it?

To be an interior decorator. I like things to look pretty, neat and in order.

What’s the weirdest thing you have ever eaten?

Blood sausages/Morcillas.


Laura Ramirez

When did you start working at WIC?

I started working for WIC on March 18, 2019.

What do you like best about working at WIC?

What I like best about working with WIC is that I get to help a lot of clients and work with people from different cultures.

If you had to describe yourself using 3 words, they would be…

I will describe myself using these 3 words: Strong, Caring, Happy 🙂

What interest haven’t you pursued, but have always wanted to and what draws you to it?

I have always wanted to get a college degree, I will work on it to get it some day.

What’s the weirdest thing you have ever eaten?

I would say that I ate wet dirt when I was a kid.