California Family Resource Association


CFRA's operations are managed by a highly qualified staff with experience working with issues affecting children, families and communities. They are committed to building strong families and communities through the family strengthening movement with community-based family strengthening organizations.

Sheila Boxley, President & CEO, Child Abuse Prevention Center
Since 1985, Sheila has dedicated her talents and career to the prevention of child abuse and neglect. In 1997, Sheila became the President & CEO of the Child Abuse Prevention Center (CAP Center). Sheila has been a strong proponent of collaboration in her work. She co-founded the Family Support Collaborative in Sacramento County which was granted governance for a $14 million prevention program by the Board of Supervisors. Sheila was recognized with a national award for her efforts at collaboration in 2002 by the Child Welfare League of America. She serves as a member of the State Child Death Council, on the board of Voices for National Service, and is Vice Chair of the California AmeriCorps Alliance.


 Jamie MauhayProgram Manager 

 Jamie started as a Project Manager for CFRA in 2015, and took over as Program  Manager in early 2018. Prior to her role with CFRA, Jamie has worked in the California  State Assembly and Senate as a legislative staffer, and has over 10 years of legislative  experience. Jamie will be starting her last year of law school this fall, and when she is not at work, you can find her practicing yoga, hanging out with her dog, and finding new delicious restaurants as she travels.


 Brenda Diaz CFRA/OES Project Manager 

 Brenda brings several years of nonprofit experience. Prior to joining The Child Abuse Prevention Center Brenda was the Policy Director for California Coverage and Health Initiatives (CCHI). Brenda lead CCHI's annual policy agenda and worked with diverse organizations across California to provide system-level program, communication and advocacy to support the local outreach, enrollment, navigation, and advocacy efforts. Although she is very passionate about her work, there are many things outside of work that she also enjoys. She loves spending time with her two pups, doing aerial yoga, reading, and other fun activities, especially outdoor activities.


 Jennifer SantosCFRA Communications Coordinator

 Jennifer started as Program Support for the AmeriCorps RISE VISTA program at the CAP Center. She transitioned in her new role with CFRA earlier this month. She is excited to get to know all the CFRA members and to jump into her new role. She grew up and attended college in Los Angeles and completed a successful year with AmeriCorps VIP serving with a homeless shelter. When she's not at work, you can find her working out, watching movies, reading a good book, or sleeping.




Charet Bolton,  CFRA Collaborative Advancement VISTA

Charet started her service as an AmeriCorps VISTA in July of 2018 after graduating with a degree in Economics and Public Policy. Her background includes previous experiences in health policy research and administration at Kaiser Permanente, Princeton University, and the Los Angeles County government. Charet enjoys adventure, and likes to hike, social dance, travel, and read in her free time.