Michael Williams is Policy Director at The Child Abuse Prevention Center. Michael has more than three decades of experience in organizational leadership and service to families, most recently as Deputy Director for Programs at the Children’s Council of San Francisco. He also has worked at Casey Family Programs, Contra Costa Child Care Council, and United Cerebral Palsy of the Golden Gate, and taught a course in human services at College of Alameda. Michael has a Master of Social Work degree from San Francisco State University, with a focus on organizational and community development. Having lived and/or worked in Los Angeles, Tuolumne County, Santa Clara, Napa, San Francisco, Richmond, Oakland, and Alameda, Michael feels a personal investment in communities throughout California. He now lives in Sacramento with his wife, son, and too many pets. He is also a proud parent of an adult son and daughter. In his free time, Michael enjoys running, gardening, reading, and watching his son play basketball.
Victoria Hartman is the Program Manager for the California Family Resource Association (CFRA). Victoria has over 10 years of experience working in direct services and Family Resource Center collaboration to improve community health and access to resources. She previously worked at domestic violence shelters including Hogar San Francisco de Regis in Santiago, Chile, Raphael House in Portland, OR, and WEAVE Inc. in Sacramento, CA as an advocate. She also led the Sacramento County Sexual Assault Response Team and coordinated crisis response for survivors receiving forensic exams. She then began to work in the prevention field as a bilingual training specialist and project manager at the Child Abuse Prevention Center, working closely with the nine Birth & Beyond Family Resource Centers in Sacramento County and implementing evidence-based home visitation models. She recently began her role with CFRA and advocacy for family resource centers statewide in California. She holds a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from California State University, Northridge, and a Bachelor of Spanish and Social Work (BSW) from University of Portland in Oregon. She currently lives in Sacramento with her husband, daughter, dogs, and bearded dragon. She enjoys singing and playing bass guitar in a soft rock band with her friends in her free time.
Sadie Crowe is the CFRA Program Coordinator for the California Family Resource Association (CFRA).
Jordan Hosein- Hedmann
Jordan Hosein-Hedmann is the Communications Coordinator for The CAP-Center. He is a Trinidadian-Jamaican that has lived in multiple cities across the United States and found his heart in Sacramento. Prior to joining The CAP- Center, he worked in the profit sector creating events for the LGBTQ+ community throughout Sacramento. He enjoys traveling, hiking and reading self improvement books and is excited to grow CFRA's online presence to help showcase the impact we have across the region.