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He has earned graduate degrees in social work and in education, and completed post-graduate work in public and urban affairs.
In addition to his work with the county, Robert is an adjunct undergraduate sociology professor. Pierre Boogie) is an artist and community advocate from Pacoima, CA with 8 years of organizing youth and young adults locally and globally.
Through demonstration projects in high schools, the power of integrating human relations strategies into school campuses have brought about greater inclusion, harmony, reduced fighting and conflict, and improved academic performance. Robin is the son of Americans of Japanese and Okinawan ancestry; his mother and her family spent World War II imprisoned in the U. internment camps solely because of their Japanese ancestry. with the highest honors in Sociology and honors in Economics from University of California at Santa Cruz; and a J. In this role, he provides administrative oversight to the Branch’s staff and operations.
The Commission's signature annual report on hate crime in the county has shown a long term trend downward in hate crime until recent years, while the Commission has invested in hate violence prevention community partnerships and training peacemakers through the countywide dispute resolution program. Robin's paternal grandfather was an immigrant Okinawan sugar cane plantation worker in Maui. Previously his primary responsibility was coordination of a department-wide Culture Transformation Initiative to significantly improve leadership, trust, and productivity.
Robert’s prior experience includes working as a child neglect and abuse investigator with the county’s Department of Children and Family Services.
In 2014, he continued his services with the County of Los Angeles, Department of Public Social Services as an Administrative Support Staff in its Fiscal Operations Division and later with the Department of Mental Health as a Deputy Public Conservator/Administrator I.
In 1995, Kevin began a career with the California Youth Authority and California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation as a Correctional Counselor.
The team also plays a pivotal role in developing the annual Prior to working for The Commission, Tisha managed personnel, programs, and projects at the Department of Public Social Services (DPSS), connecting disparate and often disadvantaged individuals with community resources to help them bridge the gap between poverty and economic self-sufficiency.
While working at DPSS, she was a member of a five-agency countywide multi-disciplinary team that administered a holistic approach to help public assistance participants alleviate mental health, physical health, educational, and criminal history employment barriers.
Before becoming a manager, he served with the Branch’s Schools Team and as a member of the Hate Crime Report Team.