Tuyen Fiack - Executive Director

Tuyen Fiack serves as the Executive Director and brings over 15 years of business development experience and corporate management.  Through Tuyen's leadership, FACES has doubled the number of students served to over 2300 annually and incorporated Restorative Practice into school communities to have a bigger impact on equitable opportunities for student success.  Tuyen’s career has encompassed various industries including government, technology, insurance and healthcare. She brings a wealth of knowledge in strategic partnerships, contract negotiations, operational efficiencies and organizational growth.  


She is also a community advocate, serving as President of Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers for 5 years, implementing programs such as Campus Crime Stoppers and working with law enforcement and city officials to promote safety awareness programs throughout Santa Clara County. Currently, Tuyen holds the elected position of School Board Trustee for Gilroy Unified School District. Tuyen is honored to be part of Silicon Valley FACES – her dream job – because it combines her expertise in business development and love of community philanthropy.  “It’s amazing to see the change in the students and adults who go through our programs, how – in a very short time – an inclusive community is built that feels like family.”

Contact: / 408.286.9663 Ext. 403

Jessica Bautista - Camp Programs Director

Jessica, a native of San Jose, has spent the past 13 years working with youth and developing future leaders to help change the world. Jessica has worked with children and youth across the age spectrum.  Throughout her journey in Youth Programs and Child Care, Jessica has found her true calling working with High School students and specializes in mentoring at-risk youth in East San Jose, a community she is very much familiar with. Jessica is extremely passionate about empowering her community with the ideology that leaders create leaders. 


As a new Camp Director, Jessica has developed and implemented FACES' Youth Action Committee with student alumns, created new curriculum with much-needed self-care components, and has inspired hundreds of students with her personal story of self-empowerment. With her experience, passion, and dedication, she is the ideal candidate to lead our Youth Programs to create future leaders who are empathetic, compassionate and resilient. 

Contact: / 408.286.9663 Ext. 404

Leilani Castillo - Fund Development and Programs Coordinator

Leilani Castillo was born and raised in the Bay Area, and she is a recent graduate from San Jose State University with a degree in Justice Studies. She began her journey at SV FACES in 2018 as a programs intern which challenged her to develop the skills necessary to grow into an active community educator. Her purpose in the organization is to provide support and resources to equip all members of the community with the tools necessary to combat hate, violence, and all forms of bigotry.​

Contact: (408) 286-9663 ext. 405

Jason Mcmonagle - Grant Writer

Jason McMonagle holds a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from the University of San Francisco. He worked as a Marriage and Family Therapist in San Francisco’s community mental health system for six years before moving into non-profit leadership as the Director of Education at The Arc San Francisco. In this role, Jason developed and implemented curriculum and teacher training programs to support adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities pursue their post-secondary education goals. Currently, Jason is a freelance writer and grants manager, helping non-profits receive funding for their valuable programs and services.


Jason brings a counseling lens to his work at FACES that goes beyond grant writing and has helped support our curriculum with his professional expertise. 


Christian Hampton - Community Educator

Christian is a passionate life long educator who uses humor and emotion to create lasting learning in students. Christian has worked for 8 years in all levels of education and uses his Masters in Leadership Studies to translate educational leadership into practical direct lessons that students can realistically and effectively implement.

Travis Beecher holds an MS in Public Administration from Florida A&M University and is currently studying for his Doctorate in Educational Leadership from San Jose State University.  As a foster youth, Travis had to overcome many obstacles and struggled to find positive male role models. As a result, he has spent his career helping foster youth and the underprivileged find sustainable housing and assisted in college and career readiness to break the cycle of poverty and become the positive role model that he needed as a youth.  Travis is passionate about helping his community.  His Doctorate research is in the area of social injustice within the African American Community, particularly understanding how the barriers African American teens face affect their education and success. Additionally, what methods can we put in place to prevent these barriers?

Travis’ favorite quote “Positive thoughts bring positive results,” makes him a wonderful addition to the SV FACES team.   

Dorit Perry - Community Educator

Dorit has dedicated her work to “understanding the other.” As an international human rights attorney, she has advocated for marginalized communities and been the voice for the voiceless. Dorit has served FACES since 2010 designing and delivering diversity, tolerance, and leadership workshops.  

A graduate of UC Berkeley School of Law, Dorit is currently on the faculty of Santa Clara University Law School, where she lectures on conflict, culture, and justice. She also trains and coaches mediators in conflict resolution skills and is an active mediation volunteer in our courts and cities, helping citizens resolve disputes. Dorit strongly believes in the power of dialog and conversation to build understanding and bring parties together.

When not at Camp Everytown, Dorit loves to hike in search of waterfalls or beaches. 

Contact: / 408.286.9663

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