Our staff sets the table for collective impact, bringing important partners together for the children and families of San Francisco.
Alecia is a San Francisco native who currently serves as the Our Children Our Families Council Coordinator. She previously worked as the Senior Education Advisor at the Maisin Scholar Award. In her role, she supported students in achieving academic goals beyond high school. Before transferring to Golden Gate University, where she earned a Masters in Public Administration, she attended City College of San Francisco. At City College, she was an Ambassador in the Outreach and Recruitment Department where she worked with a team to promote greater access for students.
Luis M. Aroche is the Family Support Navigator for the Our Children Our Families Council. As a native San Franciscan and first generation Latinx, Aroche understands the importance of creating strategies that directly connects community to public services. Previously, he was the Alternative Sentencing Planner for the San Francisco District Attorney's Office where he worked to reduce dependency on long-term incarceration. Aroche also worked for local non-profits including the Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center, Arriba Juntos, Inc., and the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco. Aroche holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of San Francisco.
Simone Combs is the Senior Analyst for the Our Children Our Families Council. She began her career with the City and County of San Francisco in 2011 when she joined the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC). She eventually became the SFPUCʼs only Contract & Budget Analyst overseeing highly visible formal contracts and complex operating budgets. During this time she also earned a Master of Public Administration from the University of San Francisco. A year after graduating with her master's, she joined the San Francisco Human Services Agency where she focused on programmatic data projects, outreach initiatives, and communication campaigns.