The Data and Compliance Committee of the Families Solutions Collaborative (FSC) supports the scope and quality of the FSC data-driven activities for the organization. The committee assures that goals, projects, services, and activities are consistent with the mission and vision of FSC.
Duties of the Data and Compliance Committee
The Data and Compliance Committee members shall be members of current FSC Member agencies and shall:
1. The Committee shall meet monthly to meet its commission.
2. Monitor the data trends of the work of the FSC. Identify projects or scopes of work related to the work of the FSC, that supports ending a family’s housing crisis in a prompt, equitable and coordinated manner. Promote benchmarking studies to gather information needed to make decisions and better shape FSC projects, to improve functional outcomes across the collaborative.
3. Produce meaningful public-facing reports and data dashboards in collaboration with the Marketing and Messaging Committee which demonstrated progress through data.
4. Monitor and assess the reporting, dashboard, data and compliance efforts of the Collaborative, to ensure that they are in keeping with organization standards and goals.
5. Foster a culture of best practices, high standards for improvements and innovation amongst the programs and services of the Collaborative.
6. Support and promote best practices in family emergency and transitional housing, prevention, diversion and housing support throughout the Orange County community for families.
7. Establish and record chart of work and associated deliverables required to accomplish it. Track progress in written form and present results to the Executive Committee at the regular, ongoing meetings.
8. Work established by the Committee which impacts the capacity of the FSC staff shall be approved by the FSC Executive Director.
Current Data and Compliance Committee Members:
Elizabeth Andrade, CEO, Family Assistance Ministries (FAM)
Sara Behmerwohld, Chief Operations Officer, Human Options
Rosalinda Bermudez, Director of Programs, Families Forward
Andrew Castillo, Associate Director of Family Programs, Illumination Foundation
Michelle Chen, Data Analyst, Human Options Allison Davenport, Chief Strategy and Compliance Officer, Mercy House
Lisa Lapin, Database Administrator, Family Assistance Ministries (FAM)
Sandra Lopez. Sr. Case Manager, Serving People in Need (SPIN)
Sarah McClellan, Director of Programs, Pathways of Hope
Nishtha Mohendra, Chief Program Officer, Families Forward
Alfa Siordia, Case Manager, Homeless Intervention Services OC (HIS OC)
Deby Wolford, Director of Housing Services, Illumination Foundation
Cassie Wood, Data Manager, City Net
Lead FSC Staff:
Katherine Rodriguez, Family Systems Director, Family Solutions Collaborative
Josie Perez, Program Administrator, Family Solutions Collaborative
The Marketing and Messaging Committee of the Families Solutions Collaborative (FSC) is responsible for supporting the FSC in fulfilling its responsibilities regarding the scope and quality of the FSC Marketing and Messaging activities for the organization. The committee assures that goals, projects, services, and activities are consistent with the mission and vision of FSC and that they successfully address the FSC marketing and messaging needs and that of its members.
The Marketing and Messaging Committee shall:
1. Meet quarterly or whenever necessary to meet its commission. All members will receive an email with an invitation to the meeting, no later than five (5) days prior to the meeting.
2. Monitor the changing needs and interests of the population in the FSC service area and report these changes to the Executive Committee. Promote benchmarking studies to gather information needed to make decisions and better shape agency programs.
3. Monitor and assess the marketing efforts, public relations, and social media of FSC to ensure that they are in keeping with organization standards and goals.
4. Foster a culture of innovation and creativity that will develop cutting-edge marketing and messaging campaigns and activities for the benefit of agency, its members, partners and families being served by FSC members in Orange County.
5. Promote the expansion of services to current or new constituencies or geographic areas and make recommendations to the FSC for evaluation.
6. Develop ways and means, in cooperation with the Executive Committee and other standing committees of the organization, for subsidy funding of selected, assets and services offered by FSC.
7. Foster relationships and partnerships with other organizations, service providers, community leaders, and businesses throughout the service area to share best practices, evaluate potential alignments and efficiencies, and develop best-in-class homeless prevention support through-out the Orange County community.
8. Establish and record chart of work and associated deliverables required to accomplish it. Track progress in written form and present results to executive committee at the regular, ongoing meetings.
Current Marketing and Messaging Committee Members:
Emily Biehl, Development Manager, Home AidOC
Mychael Blinde, Development Director, Pathways of Hope
LaVal Brewer, Committee Chair, CEO South County Outreach
Alycia Capone, Chief Advancement Officer, WTLC
Floridel Martinez, Marketing Manager, South County Outreach
Yvonne Sanders, Marketing Manager, Families Forward
Lisa Wood, CEO Casa Teresa
Lead FSC Staff:
Rachel Berge, Community Engagement Coordinator, Family Solutions Collaborative