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Areas of Expertise

Name

Languages Spoken

Organizational Development, Program Development & Expansion, Assessing Readiness to work with Latin@ Communities, Inter-Agency Collaborations.

  Patti Tototzintle, CEO

Spanish and English

Domestic violence

Sexual abuse

Childhood exposure to violence, resilience

Cultural competency

Z. Ruby White Starr, CSO

Spanish and English

Collaboration building/strengthening collaborations

Assessing readiness to work with Latin@s, LGBTQ individuals

Trauma-informed practices/culturally specific approaches

Developing Limited English Proficiency plans

Working with specific populations/intersecting issues:

  • Survivors with disabilities
  • Deaf survivors
  • Older adults
  • LGBTQ People of Color
  • Immigrant survivors

Heidi Notario, Director of Implementation and Social Change

 

Spanish and English

Community-based Participatory Action Research with Latin@ Youth and Adults

Community capacity in research and evaluation methods

Self-empowerment interventions for survivors of domestic violence

Community-centered, evidence-based practices

Josephine V. Serrata, Ph.D.; Director of Research and Evaluation

 

Spanish and English

Restorative justice and gender-based violence

Working with men (Te Invito campaign)

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), domestic violence and immigration, 

Language access

No Mas research and campaign

Working with specific populations/intersecting issues:

  • LGBTQ People of Color
  • Immigrant survivors

Pierre R. Berastaín, Assistant Director of Innovation and Engagement

Spanish and English

Latina youth development

Youth advocacy

Peer education

Community engagement

Psycho-educational support groups

Curriculum/program development and implementation

Working with pregnant and parenting adolescents

Mentoring

Trauma-informed approaches

Facilitations, presentations, trainings

Lumarie Orozco, Project Manager

Spanish and English