|Cheryl Smith, MA
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Ms. Cheryl Smith is the Chief Executive Officer of Family Support Services, a non-profit organization that offers programs and services for families, caregivers, and children whose health and welfare are vulnerable as a result of a variety of circumstances. (Click here to read Cheryl's full bio.)
|Aysha Franco, BSW
Family Preservation Program Director (San Francisco)
Aysha began her social work experience in the foster care arena and then moved to providing, supervising, and eventually directing family preservation services. Aysha is responsible for the Family Preservation Program in our San Francisco office, where she implements the nationally-recognized SafeCare® model. Aysha has been with the Agency since 2000.
|Donna Moore, BA
Kinship Program Director
Donna has been the Kinship Program Director since 2001. She has worked for over 30 years with children and families who have experienced severe trauma, neglect and abuse, as well as families impacted by mental health, violence, domestic violence, and substance abuse. At Family Support Services, Donna is responsible for program operations and supervision of the Kinship Programs in both Oakland and San Francisco, which include the Kinship Support Services Program and Kinship Youth Program. She has been with the Agency since 1995.
|Elizabeth Adeyi, LLB, MS
Chief Operations Officer
Elizabeth Adeyi has over 20 years of management experience working with children and families in both the states of New York and Pennsylvania. Her experience includes overall day-to-day oversight and management of operations, finance, and human resources that included recruitment, leading and directing diverse teams.
Prior to joining Family Support Services, Elizabeth Adeyi was the Executive Director of Montgomery County, PA Child Care Information Services where she administered a 27M grant for subsidized child care program services. Elizabeth developed and maintained strong relationships with government officials, community stakeholders, service providers and clients. Through collaborative efforts with these partners, she leveraged resources to bridge gaps in services.
Elizabeth Adeyi is a past Board member of Pennsylvania Child Care Association and a current Board member of Delaware Valley Fairness Project, PA.
Elizabeth Adeyi holds a LLB degree from Nigeria and MS from Georgia State University. She joined the Agency in 2018.
|Erica Hilton, LCSW
Family Preservation Program Director (East Bay)
Erica is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 15 years of service in the areas of foster care, family preservation and family reunification. Erica is the Program Director for our Family Preservation Program in the East Bay, which has included oversight of Another Road to Safety, Post-Reunification Services, Paths to Success, and most recently, Family Reclaim. She came to the Agency in 2006.
|Karen Einbinder, MSW
Director of Program Operations
Karen has over 20 years of experience in nonprofit management in developing, implementing and overseeing programs for youth and families in the San Francisco Bay Area. At Family Support Services, she is responsible for overseeing program operations for the East Bay Respite Program, Kinship Support Services Program, and the OreMi Mentoring Program. Karen joined the Agency in 2011.
|N. Bruce Williams
Respite/Child Care Program Director (San Francisco)
Bruce has more than 30 years of experience managing non-profit programs that provide services to adults, families and children, particularly child care, mental health, and homeless services. As San Francisco's Respite/Child Care Program Director, Bruce is responsible for respite and child care contracts, including overseeing a network of providers and staff, performing outreach to clients and community organizations, and supervising all other aspects of program management. Bruce has been with the Agency since 2005.
|Shelley Crayton, MBA
Respite/Child Care Program Director (East Bay)
Shelley has been the East Bay Respite/Child Care Program Director since 2005. Shelley brings a strong background in the provision of respite services to multiple populations, including families with children with developmental disabilities and special needs. She is responsible for the Respite Program’s operations, supervision of staff and respite providers, quality control, and data management. Shelley has been with the Family Support Services since 1990.