Glenda Roberts

Glenda Roberts currently serves as the Kinship Program Manager along with 3 team members. I have been employed by the CCYSB for 15 years, starting out as a family partner, promoted to a facilitator and for the past 12 years managed the Kinship Program. Prior to working at CCCYSB: worked for the Contra Costa Child Care Council; Preschool teacher and director; retired from Pacific Bell, manager, 30 years of service. I am a lifelong resident of the city of Richmond. My commitment is to my family, community, church and this agency. I live, work, worship and socialize right here in Richmond. Education – I attended school through the Richmond Unified School District, graduated from Harry Ells High, received my AS in Early Childhood Development from Contra Costa College. An active member of various boards – Today’s Youth Matters, Foster Family Network, Contra Costa College Early Childhood Education Department.

Glenda is a team player, dependable, sense of humor, great organizational skills, communicate effectively and a great resource. Glenda loves to have a good time and enjoys meeting people. Glenda has two adult children, two grandchildren and just recently became a great grandmother.

Active member of Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church, Trustees and facilitator. I am passionate about children, their families and building a safe, peaceful and prosperous community.

Delores Murray-Hill

Delores Murray Hill has been with  Contra Costa Youth Services Bureau for 5 years, working as a Kinship Mentor.  Delores retired from the City of Richmond in 2008 as a Supervising Legal Assistant in the City Attorney’s office.  She enjoys working with the staff and the many families of the Kinship Program.  It’s especially pleasing seeing the children as they grow and progress through Kinship.

Julia Aguirre

Kinship Mentor, Family Partner, loving mother of a beautiful child and a passionate educator. Former Early childhood teacher, mentor, and Montessori School Director. She brings great passion in advocating for families in the community to get the resources and services they need.