MEET OUR TEAM
Chief Executive Officer
As a United Methodist pastor, a community leader, a former nonprofit executive with Francis House Center, and just prior to coming to the Family Justice Center, District Director for one of our Congressional members, Faith comes to us with a heart for service. She is passionate about the work of the Center and is grateful for the opportunity to bring all of her skills and community relationships to build and strengthen our mission.
For more than 40 years, Joyce has dedicated her professional life to helping victims of domestic violence become survivors. In addition to her day-to-day work and supervision at the Center, she serves on the Domestic Violence Prevention Collaborative, the District Attorney’s Domestic Violence Death Review Team, and the National VOICES Committee of the Family Justice Center Alliance. She was instrumental in the development of the Sacramento region’s Domestic Violence Strangulation protocol and is a sought-after speaker and trainer.
Director of Development
Born and raised in Sacramento, Daniel brings a wealth of development experience from a variety of organizations. Daniel spent six years working for Congressman Ami Bera, managing the fundraising for his reelection campaigns. Most recently, he went back to his alma mater, Santa Clara University, where he managed the fundraising and external relations for the College of Arts and Sciences. He is passionate about FJC’s mission and glad to be back in his home town serving the community.
Community Comfort Dog
Buddy, a labradoodle, is perhaps the most beloved member of our team. He is a trained service dog and he offers a great deal of comfort to clients and staff alike. He greets visitors with a handshake and loves making friends and making people smile. He also gives the staff some extra love when they’ve had a hard day.
Camp Program Coordinator
Outreach Coordinator/Interpreter Services
Camp Program Assistant
Our entire team is passionate about the work we do to assist victims who find themselves in dangerous and sometimes life-threatening situations. We are committed to working together with community partners to ensure that each and every person receives the help they need to move from danger and trauma to safety and hope!