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Staff & Collaborators

Daniela Di Piero

Movimiento’s Executive Director and Clinical Supervisor, Daniela has taught in public schools, women’s prisons, juvenile detention centers, charter schools, grassroots community organizations, and nonprofits. She holds Bachelors and Masters degrees from Brown University, a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Meridian University, and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Her private therapy practice is Growing Home Counseling. Daniela is a craftsperson and homesteader, working with clay, printmaking, fiber arts, and horses.

Rob Steffke

Rob provides clinical supervision for Movimiento’s interns, and is also program coordinator and trip leader. Rob founded Crows Calling, a program for teens and adults focusing on immersion experiences, rites of passage, and wilderness therapy.  Rob co-founded San Luis Obispo Sober School, a high school for teens self-identified as struggling with drug/alcohol addiction. He holds a B.S. and Secondary Teaching Credential from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Meridian University. He is a speaker and consultant in the areas of adolescent addiction and youth mentoring and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.

AMFT Clinicians & Trainees

Hayley Schmidt, Jack Benter.

Movimiento Sponsored Projects & Partners

Prevention at the Intersections, founded and run by Dr. Crystallee Crain

Authentic Creations, created and run by kuwa jasiri

 
 

 

Movimiento Board of Directors

Daniel Zarazua

Former Vice Principal and teacher at our partner Unity High School in East Oakland, Daniel supports Movimiento through youth organizing, trip leadership, outreach, mentorship, and community connections.

Wai Mo

Wai is an engineer, artist, jeweler, and businesswoman who brings her planning acumen to Movimiento’s strategic planning and fundraising activities.

Sahar Muhsin

Sahar is an Equity Specialist, speaker, and consultant who works globally with organizations to address issues of racial, cultural, and socio-economic equity.

Hernaci’ona Henry

Hernaci’ona was a youth participant in Movimiento for eight years and later joined the board to gain experience in organizational leadership. With Movimiento’s help, she graduated from high school and Alameda College. Hernaci’ona traveled to El Salvador with Movimiento and supports the organization through active outreach and peer mentorship.

Funders

  • Chinook Fund
  • Justice Outside
  • Morgan Family Foundation
  • Pettus Foundation
  • Rose Foundation
  • San Francisco Foundation
  • Stewardship Council
  • Strong Foundation for Environmental Values
  • Tides Foundation
  • Trans Justice Funding Project