Letizia Alcibar

Interim Executive Director, OCFJCF

Letizia Alcibar will be transitioning to her new role as the Interim Executive Director for the Orange County Family Justice Center Foundation, having worked as our Administrative/Program Coordinator and Youth Prevention Educator. While attending junior college she worked for other non-profit organizations as a lifeguard/swim instructor to children and adults of ages and children on the spectrum. In 2021, she received her bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from San Francisco State University and moved back to Orange County to explore a career helping adults and children in her Latino community. Helping her community has always been a passion of hers. As a youth educator, she found it rewarding to be a mentor, support system, and resource to the families she served at the OCFJCF. In her new role, Letizia will continue to carry out the foundation’s mission and goals. She is excited and grateful to be able to embark on this new opportunity. We look forward to having her step into this new role!


Kristal Landry

Kristal Landry

Community Service Coordinator, Anaheim Police Department

Kristal Landry is the Community Service Coordinator at the Orange County Family Justice Center. Kristal is one of three siblings, they are first generation born in the US, grew up in Norwalk, Ca. and her parent came from Nicaragua in 1982. She has been married for 12 years to Daniel and they have two children, David (10) and Amelia (8). Kristal attended Cal State Fullerton, majored in Human Services. In 2007-2008, she interned at the Anaheim Family Justice Center (AFJC) working directly with Sexual Assault victims through Waymakers. Once she graduated in 2008, she stayed on as a volunteer, supported victims, and helped provide resources through various programs. In 2009, Kristal was hired as the Sexual Assault Victim Advocate at the AFJC, working side by side with the detectives, district attorney, advocates, and other collaborative partners, she responded to their request, accompanied and provided support to victims during their interviews, at the hospital and at court. She established rapport and worked hand in hand with the Foundation, assisting with events/programs. Kristal was part of the Crisis Response Team (CRT) which provided support and services to victims of a crime that occurred in any city in Orange County. CRT had a program that specifically had advocate do ride along with Fullerton Police Department, responding to domestic violence calls which Kristal did once a month for a year. In 2012 she was recipient of the AFJC Individual Contributor of the Year award.

Kristal then got hired by the City of Anaheim in 2016, working as a Records Specialist at the Police Department. She joined the Peer Support Team for the Police Department and throughout the years she has completed the 48- Sexual Assault Training, 40-hour domestic violence training, as well as other training provided through her advocacy, CRT and Peer Support. In October 2021, Kristal returned to the Orange County Family Justice Center as the Community Service Coordinator, she is excited to start her new role.


Lety Sanchez

Leticia Sanchez

Empowerment and
Prevention Educator, OCFJCF

Born in Jalisco, Mexico, Leticia Sanchez came from a humble family of six. At a young age, Leticia experienced domestic violence in her home, but she did not let that stop her from being willing to help others and pursue her education. It was while pursuing a postsecondary education that Leticia discovered her passion to help women and children. Leticia would soon begin her career as a public servant and held the title of Civil Judge, President Desarollo Integal de la Familia(DIF) in her local town and continued to serve the community in other capacities. After moving to the U.S., Leticia continued her community work through volunteerism at a number of organizations including the City of Anaheim Community Center, My Safe Harbor, Champions for Change, For Girls Program, Perfect Connection, and Vision & Commitment. Leticia later participated in a program held at the OCFJC and would go on to become a valuable member of our team. At the OCFJCF, she has developed curriculums and facilitated classes for our Kids Creating Change Program. Now, we are thrilled to announce that Leticia is our newest Parent Empowerment and Prevention Educator.


Denisse Barrera

Empowerment &
Prevention Educator, OCFJCF

My name is Denisse Barrera. I am currently enrolled at Fullerton College, where I am pursuing a degree in Administration of Justice. Next year, I’ll finish my associate degree and then transfer to California University State, Fullerton to finish my bachelor’s degree in Administration of Justice. I’ve been a member of the Anaheim Police Explorers Program for four years and continue to volunteer. Furthermore, I volunteered at the OCFJCF for two years prior to joining the team. I enjoy working with children and teenagers because my goal is to make a difference in not only their lives, but in the lives of everyone else by providing them with our resources and prevention programs.


Andrea Reyes

Empowerment &
Prevention Educator, OCFJCF

Andrea was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, and is now married with two daughters. Before joining the OCFJC, Andrea was a caregiver and most recently a stay-at-home mom. Andrea is the oldest of six siblings, enjoys reading Christian books, and graduated from Cosmetology school in 2014. First introduced to the OCFJC through a summer camp her daughter attended, Andrea stayed connected with us and is now we are lucky to have her joining our team. Andrea is thrilled to meet the OCFJCF students and give back to the Anaheim Community.