For over 20 years, Maxine has been a leader in the non-profit world, devoted to community mental health and wellbeing. Her goal is to ensure access to services promoting child safety, self-sufficiency and wellness to children and families regardless of their race, creed or color.
For the last 23 years, Maxine has been devoted to PIC’s mission to ensure access to services promoting child safety, self-sufficiency and wellness to children and families regardless of their race, creed or color. During her tenure, Maxine has been able to grow the infrastructure of the agency by implementing best practices, new technologies and methodologies to ensure accountability and improved service delivery. She developed a number of annual community events to improve the health, psychological wellbeing and safety of community members.
Maxine attended Prescott College and received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, attended Liberty University, and received her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Counseling. She currently is working toward her Doctorate Degree in Social and Community Services at Capella University.
Maxine grew up in south Los Angeles and is a woman of great spiritual faith, married with three children, three step-children, and her big baby German Shepherd, Barkley.
To learn more about Maxine’s work visit https://personalinvolvementcenter.com
- Non-Profit Leadership
- Child Safety
- Cultural Competence and Implicit Bias
- Family Wellness