Executive Director since 2012, Pat first joined the Partnership as a Program Coordinator for the After School Academic Program (ASAP) division in 2000. Prior to joining the team, Pat worked as a Title 1 Instructional Technician, tutoring students in Math and Reading at John F. Kennedy and Garden Village Schools. Formerly, she was the Northern California Regional Operations Manager with Lifetouch Portraits, Inc. She currently serves on the board for Bayshore Childcare Services and the San Bruno Community Foundation, and is actively involved with the San Bruno/South San Francisco 4H Youth Development Program. She earned her B.A. degree in Creative Arts Interdisciplinary from San Francisco State University.
After School Academic Programs (ASAP)
Senior Program Coordinator
Kelly, a 2009 U.C. Davis graduate, has worked for the Partnership as an office assistant, homework assistance aide, and Kick Off to Kindergarten instructional aide since 2004. She currently is the Senior Program Coordinator with the After School Academic Program (ASAP) team where she writes grants, coordinates school programs, and collaborates with other local agencies to provide high quality educational services to children.
Nely has been with the Partnership since 2002 working in Our Second Home from its beginning. Nely is originally from Chalatenango, El Salvador and has lived in Daly City for twenty-three years, where she and her husband successfully raised three children in the Daly City public schools. She knows everything there is to know about Daly City and Our Second Home. Just ask her. You’re sure to receive a cheerful reply in either Spanish or English.
Community Action Response Team (CART)
Lauren joined the Partnership in August 2011, working as Program Manager for the Community Action Response Team (CART) team. Prior, Lauren worked for StarVista (formally known as YFES) overseeing the Daly City Insights program serving teens with drug, alcohol and mental health challenges. Her experience as a program manager and therapist for nonprofit community mental health organizations spans over twelve years. Currently, she is completing a doctorate in clinical psychology at Alliant International University.
Healthy Aging Response Team (HART)
Chito officially joined the Partnership in August 2011 as the HART Coordinator. He came to the United States in 2010 and became involved with our HART program from the PFS Second Career Program. As the HART Coordinator and later Supervisor, he helped improve the office system by organizing resources, developing the client database, and strengthening the program through active outreach, networking and enhancing the referral services. As it stands today, the HART program has surpassed its pilot period of three years and now Chito’s goal is to help expand the program by filling in service gaps in order to strengthen the safety net for older adults and people with disabilities. Aside from his HART responsibilities, he also helps in the IT related tasks within DCP organization.