Serve Saturday Team Volunteer teams will be mobilized to complete work projects in the homes in Kashmere Gardens every second and third Saturday of the month. You do not have to come every week, just when you are able. You do not need to have any construction experience, just a willingness to learn. Weekday Serve Crew You will be working in the homes on rebuild projects.
Contact Us Staff We are proud of the diverse and talented people who work with us to achieve housing and justice for our clients and for those experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County. Adam has taught economics and political science at East Los Angeles College. Adam received a B. Adam was a Stanton Fellow with the Durfee Foundation in and When not working, Adam enjoys playing soccer with his wife and two young children.
Juliet has over 14 years of legal services experience, working in all levels of personnel, including as support staff, advocate, and administrator. Juliet has effectively managed government contracts, private grants, financial audits, human resources, office operations and supervision of support staff and volunteers.
Juliet enthusiastically believes in the cause of legal services and views her role in finance and administration as a support system that makes the direct services model possible. Coral is a proud ambassador of her alma mater as a member of the Brown Alumni Association Interviewing Program.
Ingrid started her career as a fellow at the Public Law Center in Orange County where she provided assistance to low-income tenants and victims of domestic violence in family law matters. Ingrid received a B. While in law school, Ariana was part of Street Law, where she had the opportunity to teach at an alternative school for first-time felons.
They discussed constitutional rights, current events, and any other legal issues the students wanted to learn about. She graduated from the University of South Florida with her B. Harry trained at the Midwest Academy, where he received a degree in community organizing.
Harry previously owned, operated, managed and consulted for restaurants throughout the world and has contributed to the success of a diverse portfolio of brands, as well as national theme restaurants. Having spent a year as a Legal Assistant at a pharmaceutical law firm working on multi-district litigations, she joined ICLC to focus on more client-based work.
Her main roles at ICLC on the CBEST benefits team include tracking data, increasing efficient technology use, designing and implementing systems of organization, and assisting at partner agency trainings.
Anthony is also a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, having enlisted in the United States Army after graduating high school. Anthony then worked as an Emergency Medical Technician, providing emergency life support services in Los Angeles.
Anthony earned his B. Anthony also represented clients in stepparent adoption cases, and in terminating the parental rights of abusive parents. He has been organizing on environmental justice issues in Southeast LA County for over 13 years with Communities for a Better Environment.
He now leads the organizing team in the Healthy Homes project ensuring habitability concerns are addressed for low-income tenants and the remediation of lead-based paint in older homes through HUD programs in the City of Los Angeles.
He is currently working on his B. Roberto was recently appointed to the Health and Education Commission for the City of Huntington Park in August of where he works to improve the quality of life for all Huntington Park residents.
During his time on the bench, Doug handled calendars in general and limited civil, unlawful detainers, small claims, traffic, probate, and misdemeanor and felony criminal cases.
Early in his legal career he was a sole general practitioner and then a partner in a small firm in Marina del Rey and Woodland Hills. Doug has a J. He has authored many legal columns and articles, and several books.
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