Members of the 2003 Children and Family Fellowship

Posted June 2, 2003
By the Annie E. Casey Foundation
Blog membersofthe2003 Childrenand Family Fellowship 2003

Above: (seat­ed) Azim Ramelize, Melor­ra Sochet, Azadeh Khalili; (stand­ing) Jo-Anne Hen­ry, Jorge Salazar, Janet Carter, Mon­i­ca Vil­lal­ta, Tara Muhlhauser, John Zalen­s­ki, Valerie Russo

As part of the sixth class of the Chil­dren and Fam­i­ly Fel­low­ship, the fol­low­ing com­mu­ni­ty lead­ers are work­ing toward sys­tem reforms that help kids and families:

Janet Carter
Fam­i­ly Vio­lence Pre­ven­tion Fund
San Fran­cis­co, CA

Jo-Anne Hen­ry
Statewide Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ships for the Pro­tec­tion of Chil­dren Coordinator
Fam­i­ly Con­nec­tion Partnerships 
Atlanta, GA

Azadeh Khalili
Deputy Commissioner
Mayor’s Office of Immi­grant Affairs
New York, NY

Tara Lea Mulhauser
Deputy Direc­tor, Chil­dren and Fam­i­ly Ser­vices Division
North Dako­ta Depart­ment of Human Services 
Bis­mar­ck, ND

Azim Ramelize
Assis­tant Deputy Commissioner
Depart­ment of Chil­dren & Youth Ser­vices, City of Chicago
Chica­go, IL

Valerie Rus­so
Deputy Com­mis­sion­er, Divi­sion of Qual­i­ty Assurance
Admin­is­tra­tion for Children’s Services
New York, NY

Jorge Salazar
Asso­ciate Direc­tor Resource and Com­mu­ni­ty Development
Cen­tro de Salud Famil­iar La Fe
El Paso, TX

Melor­ra Sochet
Direc­tor of Operations
Turn­around for Chil­dren, Inc.
New York, NY

Mon­i­ca Villalta
Senior Pol­i­cy Advisor
Office of the Deputy May­or for Chil­dren, Youth, Fam­i­lies and Elders
Wash­ing­ton, DC

John Zalen­s­ki
Asso­ciate Director
Jim Casey Youth Oppor­tu­ni­ties Initiatives 
Wash­ing­ton, DC

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