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Josie Enriquez, Case Management Supervisor
Josie Enriquez has been with the Yolo Family Resource Center since 2002. Josie has been trained in the California Safe and Healthy Families (Cal-SAHF) home visiting model, a child abuse prevention model, and has trained extensively in family support under a family resource center case management model. She is a certified Parent Project Trainer, MegaSkills instructor, and PLAN to LEAD Parent Trainer. She has extensive knowledge in community resources throughout Yolo County, and is particularly skilled in helping clients and staff in linking to the right services. Additionally, she is fluent in written and spoken Spanish.

Ana Soltero, Operations Manager
Ana Soltero was born and raised in Woodland, California. She came to the Yolo Center for Families in 2002 as an administrative assistant and was promoted in 2005 to her current position, in which she is the fiscal supervisor, human resource manager, technical assistant, and executive assistant. She carries out many other assigned duties to keep the agency running efficiently. Ana has her Bachelor’s degree from California State University Sacramento in Business Administration.

Adelita, Director of Youth Services
Adelita has a Bachelor of Science in Digital Film, and has a background in human rights activism, youth engagement, advocacy for cultural preservation, and film making. Working with The Yolo Center for Families as the Director of Youth Services, Adelita is able to apply her skills through after school programming for high school students. Adelita also runs her own Danza group in Woodland, CA, Kalpulli Tlayolotl, to advocate for the preservation of the Mexica culture.

Bob Ekstrom, Executive Director
Bob assumed leadership of the Yolo Center for Families in March 2009. He brought to the agency extensive experience working with children and families. He began his career as a 21-year-old social worker with Stanislaus County Welfare working in family services and foster care. After serving in Vietnam, he returned to school and received his Master’s in Social Work. He then began a 26-year career with California Youth Authority as a social worker, where he retired from state service as the Assistant Deputy Director of Youth Authority Parole. For the next six years, he was the Executive Director of WIND Youth Services, where he was recognized as a leading advocate in the treatment of homeless children and families.

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