Our success is directly attributed to leadership, expertise, and visionary insight of this team.
Learn more about the dynamic individuals leading the way to a stronger community.
Peter Bloch Garcia
Peter strives to live the values of LCF as he continues to build the organization to carry forward the work of previous great leaders.
Jose Manuel Vasquez
Director of Leadership Development and Programs
Jose is passionate about connecting our community to resources and helping build the capacity of future leaders. Being an immigrant that grew up in Seattle, Jose has many personal experiences of the needs of our local community.
Director of Development and Capacity Building
Lilliane is a development and fundraising professional who has worked with nonprofits in Seattle and her hometown, Los Angeles. Lilliane works to communicate LCF’s broad vision and increase resources to benefit the community.
Felipe Rodriguez Flores
Director of Civic Engagement and Advocacy
Felipe Rodríguez-Flores is the Director of Civic Engagement and Advocacy with LCF. He has contributed to the community organizing efforts of statewide social and environmental justice coalitions such as Front and Centered and the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy.
Jennifer Arlem Molina
Jennifer manages projects under LCF's Economic Empowerment Initiative, as well as the Hispanic Seafair Scholarship Program. Her professional experience consists of sales, digital marketing, event planning, teaching, visual art and photography. She has been a creative person her entire life. Being an immigrant that grew up in Seattle, she frequently references her childhood experiences as a source of inspiration. Her goal is to inspire people to work together to build a more vibrant and stronger community.
Project Manager, Healthy Latino Families Initiative
Monserrat is a graduate of Seattle University's International Studies department and a full time mother. Originally coming from the beautiful Skagit Valley, she is an active member in the Latino community throughout Western Washington. Monserrat manages programs under the Healthy Latino Families Initiative. Monserrat strives to improve access to health-related resources for Washingtonians through community engagement, outreach, and education.
Youth Leadership and Civic Engagement Programs Manager
Oskar has his roots as a community organizer since 1994 fighting California's Prop 187. Ever since, he's been advocating in the community to ensure that disenfranchised communities are civically engaged and their voices get heard.
Benefits Enrollment Counselor
Monica is passionate about helping those in need and is working towards becoming a Registered Nurse. She helps provide Benefits Enrollment services through the Healthy Latino Families Initiative.