After three remarkable years of working with all of you here at the Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice, I have made the difficult decision to part ways. I have loved every minute spent here, and I feel I’m leaving this organization, which has changed my life and outlook in so many ways, in the best of hands.

The work we’ve done at LACLJ during my tenure, and the advancement of the organization, is something of which all of us can be proud. The systems and structural overhauls that have allowed us to refine the delivery of our services in a client-focused and holistic manner have removed many barriers to our clients accessing justice. Our resourceful adaptations during the Covid-19 pandemic provided us with a more stable operating model. Our staff salary increases, support services, and talent retention have given LACLJ continuity and confidence. Our approach to funding paths and partners has allowed us to focus more on client work. We evolved to be much stronger financially from all these changes, and LACLJ remains a mission-focused organization. Click here for full statement.