email@example.com | Alejandra Aguilar, gender pronouns: she/her/hers, Mexico-United Statian, and formerly undocumented, is Program Specialist at the Partnership, leading the statewide prevention efforts.
NatalieM@cpedv.org | Natalie works as an administrative assistant. She is a graduate of Sacramento State where she attained a B.A. in government with a concentration in international relations. She has professional experience in state government, non-profit, and campaign finance sectors. Her diverse background and experiences have led her to be an advocate for women and immigrant rights as she seeks to bring an equitable perspective into her work.
firstname.lastname@example.org | Michell has been in social services for 25 years. After attaining her B.A. in Sociology from the University of California at Berkeley in 1991, she began working with underrepresented populations in the Bay Area.Upon graduation from U.C. Berkeley, Michell was voted the recipient of the Louise Patterson African American Female Graduate of the Year for her social services work on campus and in the Bay Area community.
email@example.com | Pronouns: She/her | I have over 20 years experience in non-profit, public health settings. My experience has taught me that my passion for public health can serve a wide range of issues.
firstname.lastname@example.org | Cibonay Jimenez (formerly Cordova) has over 20 years of professional experience in the Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Sex Trafficking, Mental Health, Social Services, Health Care, and Substance Abuse fields. Cibonay’s passion for this work derives from her rich history and experience as a DV/SA survivor and Native (Cazan Guamares/Yaqui)/Chicana woman.
email@example.com | Jasmeen Kairam is the Capacity Building Coordinator at the Partnership. Jasmeen was introduced to the world of social injustices, specifically human trafficking, while attending California State University, Chico in 2012. She spent her undergrad years raising awareness about human trafficking and its prevalence to her peers, professors and community members.
firstname.lastname@example.org | Marcella Maggio is a Prevention Coordinator for the Partnership who is passionate about her work due to her personal Survivor experience. In 2010 Marcella was introduced to the CDC’s ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Study and discovered she had no awareness that her childhood trauma contributed to adulthood drama: victim mentality, blaming others, and shaming herself.
email@example.com | Jacquie Marroquin began her work in the violence against women movement in 2001 working with domestic violence and sexual assault survivors in the Central Valley. Jacquie has managed programs, provided domestic violence, sexual assault and anti-oppression trainings at local, statewide and national levels.
firstname.lastname@example.org | Jessica Merrill is the Communications Manager at the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence (the Partnership). Her goal is to create a rich, engaging dialogue across California to increase knowledge of domestic violence as a public health crisis–and to promote equitable solutions that prevent trauma and support survivors. By providing communications tools to the Partnership’s member programs and all Californians, she works to shift social norms that contribute to domestic violence through social and traditional media advocacy.
email@example.com | Dr. Moore-Orbih’s work to end domestic violence is rooted in an intersectional framework that acknowledges race and ethnicity, socioeconomic class, gender and sexual orientation, age, ability, and immigrant identity.
firstname.lastname@example.org | Christina Nicosia is the Meeting & Event Specialist for the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence. Originally from New York City, she relocated to Sacramento in 2009 to obtain her bachelor’s degree, graduating cum laude from California State University, Sacramento.
email@example.com | Krista Niemczyk is the Public Policy Director for the Partnership where she represents domestic violence programs throughout California at various government agencies, including the California State legislature. Through this advocacy, Krista ensures that the voices of domestic violence programs and survivors are heard and reflected in public policies.
firstname.lastname@example.org | Christine Smith (she/her) is an enrolled member of the Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians. Since 2016, as the Public Policy Coordinator on the Partnership’s Policy Team she’s worked to advocate for the needs of domestic violence programs and survivors through state and federal legislation, training and technical assistance and systems change work.
email@example.com | Miranda began working in the movement to stop domestic violence and sexual assault in 2003. During this time they have provided services for survivors, worked in collaboratives with county organizations, managed programs and provided domestic violence, sexual assault and LGBTQI inclusion trainings.
firstname.lastname@example.org | Megan Tanahashi (she/her) is the Communications Coordinator at the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence. She brings to the Partnership not only her talent for visual communication and digital content, but her passion for using creative problem-solving to produce solutions that amplify marginalized voices.
email@example.com | Mercedes works as a Capacity Building Project Specialist at the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence. She brings to the Partnership a broad and rich international perspective on cultural dynamics and social justice, based on her experience with diverse populations in Mexico and the USA. She has been a community organizer, a manager of Education and Health affairs for refugee populations, and a project designer consultant.