Carrie Buck is the Executive Director of the Family Solutions Collaborative (FSC) in Orange County, California. Carrie works with leaders in education and homelessness to make a difference for children and families who do not have a strong voice in Orange County.
Prior to leading the FSC, Carrie was the Executive Director of Homeless Intervention Services of Orange County where she operated a family and transitional aged youth shelter, two family resource centers, and founded HomeShare OC, matching housing insecure college students and older homeowners living alone.
In 2020, she was recognized as a California 29th Senate District Woman of Distinction. In 2016, she was nominated for Something More’s Woman of the Year award. In 2018, HIS House was named the Placentia Chamber of Commerce Nonprofit of the Year and recognized it as the California 29th Senate District nonprofit of the month in October 2019.
Carrie has served as a Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District Trustee since 2020 and was reelected in 2022. She is also a Trustee for the North Orange County Regional Occupational Program and is a member of the Orange County School Board Association Board of Directors. In 2020, she received the Marian Bergeson Award for Outstanding School Board Member. Carrie is currently serving on the California Child Nutrition Advisory Council for the State Superintendent of Instruction.
She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services from California State University, Fullerton. Carrie, her husband, have three daughters and live in Yorba Linda. Carrie has served as Past Chair of the FSC (FY 20-21) and the FSC Human Resources and Governance Committees.