Staff

Daniel Garcia

Project Manager

Daniel began working in the nonprofit industry in 2016 and joined the FSC in 2021 with his Masters’ Degree in Business Administration from the University of Redlands. Daniel works to support the progressive and collaborative efforts of the FSC Diversion Expansion Plan, ensuring coordination with the FSC Access Points, consultants, and stakeholders.

Roxana Garcia

Family Systems Administrator

Roxana has worked in the nonprofit sector since 2016 and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services from the California State University of Fullerton. She recently graduated in May 2022 with a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the California State University of Long Beach. Roxana’s role within the FSC is to support the FSC Access Points in the Central Service Planning Area.

Elizabeth Hernandez

Family System Specialist

Since 2005, Elizabeth has worked in the nonprofit sector, specifically in the areas of community engagement, including three years as an AmeriCorps Volunteer Infrastructure Program Fellow, in Orange County. Along with her passion and drive to work in a field that promotes improvements to the community at large, she continues to use her unique and creative problem-solving abilities.

Jocelyn Morales

Senior Family System Specialist

Jocelyn has worked in the non-profit field for the last four years helping to help prevent and end family homelessness. Her main focus is data quality assurance and improvement and working to make a greater impact on a Systems-level. She helps support the Family Access Points in the North Service Planning Area of Orange County by providing Technical Assistance, case conferencing, and training to the Providers she supports.

Katherine Rodriguez

Family Systems Director

Katherine has worked for the Family Solutions Collaborative since 2019. In her role, she oversees the Family Coordinated Entry System to ensure that the Access Points and Housing Providers are receiving the support they need as they provide services to families experiencing homelessness or at-risk of experiencing homelessness. She manages a team of four that all work to support the Collaborative on System-wide level.

Amanda Sanchez

Administrative & Operations Manager

Amanda earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Pacific Union College and shortly thereafter began her career in the nonprofit field. Since 2012, Amanda has worked in the homeless services field, first as a direct service provider and more recently in administrative roles. She was recognized as an Unsung Hero of the Year by United to End Homelessness in 2020.

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