|Faith Whitmore, Chief Executive Officer
As a United Methodist pastor, a community leader, a former nonprofit executive with Francis House Center, and most recently, District Director for one of our Congressional members, Faith comes to us with a heart for service. She is passionate about the work of the Family Justice Center and is grateful for the opportunity to bring all of her skills and community relationships to build and strengthen our mission.
|Joyce Bilyeu, Director of Client Services
Joyce brings with her a wealth of experience and expertise in the areas of domestic violence and child abuse prevention. For the past 15 years, she worked as the Americorp Training Manager at the Child Abuse Prevention Council here in Sacramento. She has been an active participant in the Domestic Violence Prevention Collaboration, the D.A.’s Death Review Team, as well as holding national leadership positions with the VFW Auxiliary. Her compassion and ability to work with victims is a great asset to our team.
|Tony Manzanetti, Director of Legal Services
Tony has made a career of serving the public as private litigation counsel, Elk Grove's first City Attorney and at the Department of Managed Health Care. He has volunteered for many community organizations and served for eight years as a Trustee of an educational trust for seven surviving children, victims of domestic violence murder of their mother by their father and suicide by their father. Tony has a fierce compassion for victims and the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center's vision of a community free from the grip of violence through collaborative survivor-driven advocacy allowing hope to be restored and families to thrive.
|Daniel Iritani, Director of Development
Born and raised in Sacramento, Daniel brings a wealth of development experience from a variety of organizations. Daniel spent six years working for Congressman Ami Bera, managing the fundraising for his reelection campaign. Most recently, he went back to his alma mater, Santa Clara University, where he managed the fundraising for the College of Arts and Sciences. He is passionate about FJC’s mission and glad to be back in his home town serving the community.