I am honored and humbled to join the Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice and lead the agency in its new chapter. We all owe a tremendous amount of gratitude to Matt Strieker for his 4+ years of commitment and strong leadership that has left LACLJ poised for a bright future.

As an experienced nonprofit leader and the daughter of immigrants, I am excited to join LACLJ and for all that we can achieve together. What inspires me the most about our mission is our focus on empowering low-income survivors to create their own future. I grew up not too far from our office in East LA, and I know firsthand the strength and resiliency that exists in our communities. The families we serve are inspiring, and it is my honor to be of service to them. 

My goal is to collaborate closely with you – our donors, volunteers, partners, and neighbors – to carry on our mission and expand our impact so that no survivor feels disempowered within our judicial system and families are protected from violence. Thank you for joining me and the rest of the LACLJ team in ensuring Los Angeles survivors know they have advocates on their side.

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