Terry Goddard IIExecutive DirectorTerry Goddard II, a member of the LAC Commission on HIV and the co-chair of its Housing Task Force, has over 26 years in housing services and management. After 15 years at Aid For AIDS he was tapped in 2006 to head up Serra Ancillary Care Corporation as its Executive Director. It was Mr. Goddard’s vision that first brought AFA and Serra together, identifying the core competencies in each that, on a shared basis, could strengthen the safety net for all persons living with HIV, increase the housing continuum of-care services and moreover be cost-effective. In 2009, after full endorsement from both boards, with no reduction in program personnel and at a cost savings of $282,743, AFA and Serra merged their highly complementary programs and funding streams into one organization. Since then, we have steadily diversified and expanded to become a sector leader in the “housing first” model of healthcare. In 2013 he received the Center for Nonprofit Management Leadership Impact Award in recognition of the successful merging of AFA and Serra. Terry has a BA and MA in Psychology and in 2017 he successfully completed the Health Care Executive Program at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
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Christina MancillaDirector of Group HomesChristina joined Alliance in 2012. She served as the Director of Group Homes prior to her current role as Director of Emergency Housing. Christina’s passion to assist clients in transitioning back into independent living and maintaining a better quality of life has been an asset to our group home and emergency housing programs.
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Yesenia AkersRegional Director, South Bay Housing ServicesBeginning as a Program Assistant with Aid for AIDS, Yesenia has spent 10 years with Alliance for Housing and Healing, of which 7 years were in direct service with clients. As the former South Bay Program Supervisor, she assisted with the recruitment and training of staff for the South Bay Regional Office which opened in 2017. In her current position, Yesenia is responsible for the overall management of the South Bay Regional Office by identifying and evaluating the housing needs of the people served, managing the housing providers, and overseeing programmatic procedures. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with an emphasis on Counseling and Interviewing from California State University, Northridge.
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Gabriel De La MoraProgram Manager, DHS Intensive Case Management ProgramGabriel joined the Alliance in 2012 as a Housing Specialist. He currently oversees delivery of intensive case management services to participants of DHS’s Housing for Health program. Prior to joining Alliance for Housing and Healing Gabriel worked with at risk youth in the East Los Angeles and South Los Angeles areas through Boys and Girls Clubs and charter schools. He also worked with homeless youth in the Hollywood area at Covenant House California and was in charge of the emergency shelter program. Gabriel has a Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University, Los Angeles in Sociology with a minor in Chicano Studies and an Associate of Arts from East Los Angeles College in Liberal Arts.
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Ella NoflinProgram Manager, Intensive Case Management ProgramElla recently joined Alliance and oversees our program that provides direct care and services for clients who are chronically homeless with physical and mental disabilities Ella joins us from RE Daycare here in Los Angeles where she oversaw all programs and administration, prior to her time at RE, Ella was a housing specialist at SHARE in Culver City. She has been in the social service field since 2003 and has both a bachelors and master degree from the University of San Francisco.
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Michelle CamachoHousing Support Services DirectorBeginning at Alliance for as a Program Supervisor in the Metro West Regional Office in 2019, Michelle has 8 years’ experience in the social service field. Previous to her employment with Alliance, she worked in the various non-profit agencies providing community health education, behavioral health services and HOPWA housing support services. In her current position as Housing Support Services Director, Michelle provides leadership and direction across the HOPWA regional offices to ensure that organizational standards and policies are maintained and followed throughout Housing Support Service teams and the various subcontractors. Michelle is passionate about community involvement and helping others Education: Master of Public Health degree from California State University of Northridge.
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Tanisha MinorPermanent Supportive Housing Director
Tanisha Minor joined Alliance in 2020. She served as the Program Manager of our Permanent Supportive Housing prior to her current role as the Permanent Supportive Housing Director. Tanisha has been working in the social service/non-profit homeless sector for more than ten years. Prior to joining Alliance for Housing and Healing Tanisha worked with individuals from diverse backgrounds offering various services including Behavioral Case Management for autistic children and families, teaching autistic children in an after-school program, reunifying juveniles coming from juvenile hall with their families, and working with adults battling substance and drug addiction. Tanisha holds undergraduate degrees in Human Service Management and Criminal Justice as well as a Master’s in Psychology.
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Bill BrownLos Angeles Regional Director of Housing Supportive Services
Bill has worked in the Los Angeles HIV/AIDS community for more than 32 years, providing leadership and direction in Client Services, Benefits, Case Management, Housing Supportive Services and Transportation. Bill’s strength and advanced experience with APLA Health & Wellness ensures standards and polices are followed throughout these programs and their sub-contractors. In 2022, Bill was named Los Angeles Regional Director of the Alliance, Housing and Healing team. Throughout his tenure working passionately with the HIV/AIDS community, Bill has seen the face of AIDS change dramatically from the 1980s when many clients died within 18 months of diagnosis, to the 2020s, as progression in care and treatment help clients benefit with longer and stronger lives. He’s proud of the many programs now available in the realm of HIV and aging. Bill is a graduate of University of Texas Austin and holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management.
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