MARVETTE BENNETT Residential & International Program Nurse
Marvette uses her 12 years of nursing experience to best serve children in foster care and our children from other countries living at the His House campus. "I have been with this organization for a little over a year and I look forward to providing nursing services for many more years here at HHCH working with both populations. Nurses dispense comfort, compassion, caring, and dedication even without a prescription."
DAYBE EUGENE Donor Relations Coordinator
As one of the newest team members to the Development Department, Daybe connects and secures financial and in-kind contributions so important in continuing to support our children. "Working at His House, being surrounded by individuals who care so deeply for the children and willing to go out of their way for them, makes me feel secure and encouraged in regards to my role here at His House."
Jeanine first started with us as a volunteer at the His House Academy. “I fell in love with the organization’s vision and mission, and admired all the hard work and love the staff put into place to provide a better life to the children while in their care. Therefore, when an opportunity came along to join the team, I didn’t hesitate to apply. For me, working at His House has always been a calling, and eight years later, I am still part of the fantastic team of Human Resources. I look forward to continue to work the HR department and now closely with the UAC team as the Trainer!
JOEL MARTINEZ Operations Manager
Joel and his team have the amazing responsibility of making sure the homes and the campus are all safe, clean and welcoming so our children feel like it is a home away from home. “I’ve been with His House Children’s Home for 9 years and my greatest joy working at His House is knowing that I’m making an impact in each of these kids’ lives by ensuring they are in a safe & comforting environment.”
GIOVANNI RIVERAResidential Manager
I have been working at His House Children’s Home since June of 2010. My journey here has taken me through multiple paths. Today, I serve as a Residential Manager for our Domestic Program. As a U.S Marine, I often heard the famous Ronald Reagan quote “Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they made a difference in the world. But, the Marines don’t have that problem”. This is also true with people working in the social services arena.
RUTH TORO Residential Support Coordinator
“I began working as a Childcare Worker at His House Children’s Home in February of 2000 after my church group visited the children in December of the previous year.” After serving the children in a variety of positions she now will also assist the UAC youth with coordinating fun activities.