Client NavigatorAlameda County Family Justice Center DA's Office － Oakland, CA
Conduct intake and needs assessment, provide crisis intervention and case management to victims of interpersonal violence
Assist clients in evaluating their circumstances and create safety plans
Educate clients of their rights and advocate for them when necessary
Find and maintain accurate resources to link clients to direct services that meet their needs
Assist clients with the Victim Compensation Program
Collaborate with non profit and governmental agencies and serve as the point of contact for the ACFJC and clients.
Serve as a representative and spokesperson for the ACFJC throughout the region
Assist in implementation of ACFJC fundraisers, community outreach events and education
Facilitate orientation trainings for new ACFJC partner agency staff and volunteers
Provide trainings to ACFJC partners and other community based organizations
Provide tours of the ACFJC to members of the community
Recruit clients and their families for new client service programs
Utilize our case management database by; entering data, client notes, tracking client's referral status and running reports
Grant writing experience and generating reports for federal grants
Participate in trainings and conferences relevant to domestic violence and sexual assault about current laws and issues
Presenter at the 40 hour Domestic Violence Counselor Training for state of CA
Liaison between stakeholders and ACFJC
Creating curriculum for self-sufficiency programs
Manage client transportation fund
Supervise volunteers and interns
Create agency confidential & privacy protocol and procedures
Assist Executive Director with agency related project
Front Desk Receptionist and onsite chid care
09/2009 to 08/2010
JusticeCorps Volunteer CoordinatorSuperior Court County of Alameda － Oakland, CA
Provided one-on-one legal information to self-represented litigants in Family and Civil Law cases
Assessed litigants' legal issues and presenting their options
Guided litigants through court forms and provided legal referrals
Prepared court calendars and court orders
Administered legal information through phone line system
Supported attorneys and paralegals in legal workshops
Assisted the Superior Court of Alameda County, San Francisco County, Santa Clara County, and San Mateo County with volunteer recruitment
Participated in Homeless Court and Law Day at the Superior Court of California, County of Alameda
Coordinated and organized the Days of Service and collaborated with community-based organizations
Mentored undergraduate interns
08/2010 to 02/2010
Court VolunteerSuperior Court County of Alameda － Pleasanton, CA
Provided one-on-one legal information to self-represented litigants in Family and Civil Law cases.
Assessed litigants' legal issues by asking appropriate questions, then presented their options.
Guided litigants through court forms and provided appropriate legal referrals.
Administered legal information through the phone line system.
09/2007 to 08/2009
University RepresentativeSuperior Court County of Alameda － Oakland, CA
Recruited San Francisco State University undergraduate students for the JusticeCorps program.
Facilitated and organized reflection sessions.
Assisted program staff with preparation for orientations, trainings, and Days of Service Scheduled and maintained weekly conference calls and monthly meeting with site supervisors.
Mediated potential conflicts.
Trained and supported students as well as site supervisors and program staff.
InternSan Francisco District Attorney's － San Francisco, CA
Office Supported the Re-entry Unit staff with their programs and projects.
Conducted research for the Re-entry Unit staff.
Prepared files, calendar, and contacted witnesses for preliminary hearings.
Assisted attorneys in court during felony preliminary hearings.
JusticeCorps MemberFamily Law Facilitator's － San Francisco, CA
Office Provided legal information to self-represented litigants.
Assisted litigants in filling out and understanding Family Law forms.
Prepared court orders for the Pro-Per calendar.
Guided litigants in completing their divorces in specialized workshops.
Shadowed various judicial officers and observed courtroom operations.
Collaborated with attorneys, clerks, and other professionals.
Completed a 300 hour term as an AmeriCorps member.
B.A: Criminal Justice PsychologySan Francisco State UniversityCriminal Justice Psychology
65 hour Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Training
Jacquelyn Campbell Danger Assessment
Alameda County Domestic Violence Collaborative
Alameda County Family Violence Council
Alameda County Bar Association, Community Projects Committee
Domestic Violence Information and Referral System (DVIRC)