Jacqueline Jaffee is an attorney who has committed herself to community and service. She received her undergraduate degree from Emory University and her J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center. Jacqueline and her husband, Ian, enjoy all the activities that come with raising their three children in Marin County.
Jasmine Martinez is a Bilingual Resource Counselor at Adopt A Family of Marin. She provides case management, advocacy, support, and referrals to low-income families living in Marin County. Jasmine has years of experience serving low-income and high-risk communities, working with individuals in crisis, at-risk youth, and in community health. She holds Bachelor’s Degrees in Psychology and Women & Gender Studies from Dominican University of California. Her passion for social justice issues including women’s rights, poverty, child welfare and educational equity was sparked from a very young age. Born and raised in San Francisco, Jasmine is an avid Giants and Forty-Niners fan. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and being outdoors.
Imelda Herrera is a Bilingual Resource Counselor at Adopt A Family of Marin. She provides resources and case management to low-income families; along with advocacy, support, and homelessness prevention. Imelda Herrera is an East Bay Native that has worked for many years all around the Bay Area with at-risk youth, providing violence prevention, education recovery, and many other support services. She enjoys working with people and having a positive impact. Imelda received a Bachelors Degree in Sociology from San Francisco State University. When she is not working, she loves attending sporting events, hiking and enjoying sunny weather with her family.
Sandra Rivera is a Bilingual Resource Counselor at Adopt A Family of Marin. Her goal is to provide the community with compassion and support in life's hiccups. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Biology and minor in Psychology at Dominican University of California in hopes to become a pediatrician. Her plans changed route as she began to work more closely with families at Marin Community Clinic where she worked with low income, underserved and at risk communities. She now plans to work towards her Master's Degree in Psychology. "I am ecstatic and truly honored to be part of AAF team and the positive impact AAF makes in navigating families to their highest potential in times of trouble." In her free time she likes to take pictures of food for her blog and explore new places with family and friends.
Rosa Colin is a first generation college student and the oldest of three siblings. She graduated from Santa Rosa Junior College in May 2019 with two Associate's Degrees. Rosa aspires to go to her dream school, UC Berkeley, in the fall of 2020. She is a social work major who aspires to work with low-income and high-risk communities. After obtaining her Bachelor's Degree, Rosa hopes to earn her Master's and Ph.D. "I'm so grateful to have the opportunity to work at AAF with an amazing staff to help families in Marin County." During Rosa's free time she likes to visit new places, hike and enjoy an ice cream cone with her brother and sister.