Los Angeles JusticeCorps Court Staff
Jennifer Kalish oversees the Los Angeles JusticeCorps program on a daily basis. Ms. Kalish designs and coordinates partner and member trainings, directs program staff, and oversees the collection of data for performance measurements that show the impact of the program. Ms. Kalish has been with the Los Angeles JusticeCorps program since it began in 2004. She holds a Bachelors in history from Cal Poly San Louis Obispo as well as a Masters and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in history from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). As a graduate student at UCLA Ms. Kalish worked at the Center for Community Learning where she discovered her passion for working with students engaged in community service. Working with the JusticeCorps members and watching them grow through their experiences in the program is Ms. Kalish’s favorite part of her job.
Sheree Andaya plans, coordinates, and provides administrative support for all JusticeCorps program operations, including assisting in member and court staff trainings, tracking member hours, coordinating fiscal paperwork, and entering data pertaining to JusticeCorps performance measurements. Ms. Andaya has been with the Los Angeles JusticeCorps program since it began in 2004. Ms. Andaya received a Bachelors is biology from Mount St. Mary's College in 1998 and a Masters in Public Administration from California State University, Dominguez Hills in 2004. Having the opportunity to work directly with the members is Ms. Andaya’s favorite part of her job.
Antonio Magana has been with the Los Angeles Superior Court for 5 years and with the JusticeCorps program for 1 year. His position is responsible for providing administrative support to the program staff, including tracking and collecting member paperwork, processing member travel reimbursements, and providing support to coordinate trainings.