Alejandrina Carrasco MA, Central Coast Regional Representative
Prevention Services Program Manager, Interface Children & Family Services
Alejandrina Carrasco MA, serves as the Prevention Services Program Manager for Interface Children & Family Services in Ventura County. She oversees comprehensive family violence programming that prevents, interrupts and ends the cycle of violence within family systems. She empowers advocates working in the field of domestic violence, child abuse, and human trafficking to be their authentic selves and provide support for victims and survivors of trauma. Alejandrina began her work with survivors of domestic violence as a shelter case manager in 2011 and has since worked as an advocate, batterer’s intervention group facilitator, prevention educator, trainer and program manager. She received her bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Psychology from Cal State Channel Islands and her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Antioch University. She is passionate and driven to prevent and end child abuse, domestic violence, and human trafficking in her community through awareness, collaboration and connection.