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Audra Lee, Chief Executive Officer (Executive Director) has over 15 years of dedicated experience with agency and client operations in non-profit administration. Her specialty is ensuring organizational operations support a global perspective by developing agency protocols and implementing programs and operations that utilize appropriate resources with community partners to ensure that the company mission is met and upheld. Her passion over the past 15 years has been working both in an individual and team setting developing, adapting and overseeing program procedures; managing employee and organizational structure, fiscal procedures, agency budgeting, financial reporting and overall departmental and program management. She is well-versed in ensuring that the agency programs and operating policies and plans are mission driven with clear benchmarks to achieve annual objectives and meet strict City, County, State, and Federal standards and that the organizational visions is realized. Additionally, Audra is an experienced grant writer with multiple successful procurement of grants creating additional funding sources and organizational financial stability. She also has extensive experience fundraising generating additional funding sources.

Audra has 15 years of experience providing direct service to clients and had demonstrated exemplary dedication helping clients with emotional and mental disorders, substance abuse, abused and neglected children, interpersonal relational violence survivors, and sexual assault survivors. She is a certified as a Parent Child Interaction Therapist, as a certified Incredible Years Parenting Program Leader and a Guiding Good Choices Prevention and Intervention Program Facilitator and in ASIST Suicide Prevention and Intervention. Audra is also a State Triple Certified Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking Advocate.

Audra holds a Masters of Science in Psychology and a Bachelor degree in Sociology as well as a degree in Social Work. She is currently working towards earning her Doctorate in Business which she hopes will further assists her in helping the residences of the San Jacinto Valley.

Audra is the Chair of the Hope Collaborative District 3 and a Board Member of the Hope Collaborative.
 
 

Rachel Leal, Program Director (Director of Advocacy) joined C.A.S.A. in November of 2014 as a volunteer advocate. She chose our agency to complete her practicum hours while finishing her Master’s degree in Psychology, with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. After completing her degree in June of 2015, she continued with C.A.S.A. as an MFT Intern (#89530) and has since been promoted to the position of Program Director.

Rachel holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, with a concentration in Early Childhood Development. She has previous professional experience as an on-site behavioral therapist at a group home for children with emotional disorders. She previously worked as a teacher at the Pre-K and First Grade levels.

In addition, Rachel is a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and has earned her CA State Certification for Advocacy in the fields of Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and Human Trafficking.

  

Diana Barnes- Fox, Interim Clinical Director, MFT & PCC Intern is a Clinical Director for Center Against Sexual Assault (C.A.S.A.).  Diana attends several interdisciplinary meetings including: COY (Challenges of Youth), RCCAT (Riverside County Children’s Assessment Team), Hemet Homeless Panel, SART (Sexual Assault Response Team), CSEC Steering Committee Meeting (Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children) RCAHT (Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Taskforce. Diana is currently developing Beyond Parenting Classes, a sexual abuse prevention program for non-offending parents. Diana is a member of the Southwest Riverside-California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, currently serving as a board member.  She also serves on the board for National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violent Across the Lifespan (NPEIV). She is also on the board as co-chair for HOPE Collaborative. She is a graduate of Brandman University with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, emphasis in area of Marriage and Family Therapy and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Diana has over 15 years of experience in the mental health and sexual abuse fields, working as a child abuse Social Worker for Riverside County. She is a certified state advocate for Sexual Assault, Child Abuse, Domestic Violence & Human Trafficking. Diana has dedicated her professional career to serving persons who have suffered trauma. In addition to working with those who have suffered from abused, Diana has also devoted over 10 years as an ABA educator, working with children on the autism spectrum and work with clients in a residential drugs and alcohol treatment center program.

Holly Briggs, Programs Team Lead

Jeana Martinez, Camus Based Services Coordinator

Tara Coronal, Prevention Specialist

Terri Handy, Advocacy Services Coordinator

Karina Torres, Executive Assistant

Bonnie Carroll, Bookkeeper

Liz Cervantes, Outreach Worker

Marissa Ybanez, Case Manager

Rebecca Cleland, MFT Intern

Wendy Ferguson, CHAT MFT Intern

Livier Clark, Rape Crisis MFT Intern

Erika Cleland, Intake Specialist and Case Manager

Brianna Luttull, Office Assistant

Jessica Reed, MFT Trainee

Christina Dominguez, MFT Trainee

Shannon Rodriguez, MFT Trainee

Raymond Cameron, Clinical Supervisor

Hope Anderson, Clinical Supervisor