JJDPC Commission Roster

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Member Biography

ANTOINETTE (TONI) BARRACK, CO-CHAIR

Toni Barrack is a retired corporate executive with experience in finance, planning and administration. She has served on boards of several Bay Area nonprofit organizations and has actively volunteered to promote conflict resolution, community engagement, and the value of nature to educate and inspire youth. As a co-chair of the JJDPC, she is dedicated to engaging a wide variety of stakeholders and partners in a collective effort to understand why youth enter the juvenile justice system and the most effective means of prevention and rehabilitation.

Debora Telleria,CO-Chair

Debora Telleria is a retired marketing and business development executive. Since retiring she has focused her energy on helping marginalized youth. She started her community service as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for youth in the juvenile justice system. In addition to her work as a co-chair on the JJDPC, she also volunteers as a law program facilitator for Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY); as a tutor for Reading Partners; and a candidate evaluator for the Peninsula College Fund.

Rebecca Flores, Vice-Chair, Administration

Rebecca Flores is a Human Resources professional at Stanford University. She obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology, Community and Criminal Justice and a Master’s degree in Public Administration. While in grad school she wrote a policy recommendation for San Mateo County’s Sheriff’s Office on how to implement evidence-based programs in jails to reduce recidivism rates. Since then she has been very involved in finding resources to support her recommendation. She started her work by joining the San Mateo County Youth Commission, then joined the Commission on the Status of Women and is now Co-Vice Chair of the San Mateo County JJDPC. She is committed to serving and educating her community, advocating for underrepresented youth, and providing rehabilitative resources that will support the youth in our juvenile justice system.

Melissa Wilson, Vice-Chair, Membership

Melissa Wilson is a former high school teacher, interior designer, and has been volunteering with at-risk youth for the last 17 years through programs at the Youth Service Center and in the community. Her interest in juvenile justice started as a high school student. She served on the Santa Clara County Juvenile Justice Commission and saw the limitations in opportunity for court-dependent youth. Her interests are in ensuring that a “system” will support the well-being of youth individually. She is committed to providing youth and their families with resources and information to empower them in what can be a very discouraging experience.

Paul Bocanegra

Paul Bocanegra is the cofounder of Reevolution Group, a human rights watch officer for the Children's Division of Human Rights Watch, and a certified drug and alcohol counselor. Paul was sentenced to life without parole when he was 16 years old and served more than 25 years in adult prison. He describes himself as a survivor of Juvenile LWOP and the California prison system. Today Paul works to reform the juvenile criminal justice system by sharing his experiences and struggles within the juvenile and adult systems and institutions.

Rocsana Enriquez

Rocsana Enriquez, a mother of two, was born and raised in Redwood City/North Fair Oaks. She is a formerly incarcerated youth who went through the juvenile justice system in San Mateo County. Rocsana went on to receive her BA in Justice Studies from San Jose State University and become a compassionate leader in her community, focusing on the education and mental health of youth, especially those involved in the justice system. She teaches mindfulness, yoga, and writing to young girls with the Art of Yoga Project and works as a business development program manager with Able Works, an organization focusing on economic justice. Rocsana’s vision is to heal communities and bring people together for the best interest of children.

Karin Huber-Levy

Karin Huber-Levy’s background is in corporate law, with experience working in both in-house and private practice, including acting as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary to a major pharmaceutical corporation. She has lived and worked in Canada, the UK, US, and Germany, and has a deep respect and affinity for working with diverse groups and cultures. As a volunteer, she has focused on working with students and is committed to supporting access to education and development opportunities for all youth. As a Commissioner, Karin is committed to advocating for alternatives to youth incarceration and equitable access to diversion programs. Currently, she is working on supporting access to after school and extended learning programs in underserved areas of SMC.

Monroe Labouisse

Monroe Labouisse is a former Silicon Valley executive who is now dedicated to civic and political projects. His tech company jobs included running Customer Service and Trust & Safety for Airbnb, and Consumer Protection for eBay and PayPal. He is now a Mentor to young men on probation through CASA of San Mateo, where he is also a Peer Supervisor, and he is a Mentor through Peninsula Bridge, which supports underserved teens aspiring to go to and complete college. On the JJDPC, Monroe works on mental health and substance abuse program access for at-risk youth.

Sathvik Nori

Sathvik Nori is a senior at Menlo-Atherton High School. He joined the JJDPC after witnessing the injustice present in school discipline that results in the school to prison pipeline. He is also the chair of the San Mateo County Youth Commission and Student Trustee for the Sequoia Union High School District. He is working on raising greater awareness of the problems facing youth offenders in the country.

Johanna Rasmussen

Johanna Rasmussen has been advocating for youth and families in San Mateo County for over thirty years. Her advocacy work in the San Mateo County Juvenile Justice System began when her own daughter entered the system at the age of 13.
Johanna has worked both locally and on the state level to increase funding for community based mental health, substance abuse, and dual diagnosis programs and services for youth and adults. In addition to her criminal justice reform work, Johanna advocates for underserved community members and families on issues relating to housing, special education, disability and employment, and seeks to increase equity and improve transparency at all government levels. Johanna is Chairwoman of the Farm Hill Neighborhood Association in Redwood City and Coordinates the Confirmation Program at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish.

Susan Swope

Susan Swope retired as Deputy Director, International Information Integrity Institute at SRI Consulting.She is an active volunteer committed to social justice. She is a Lay Chaplain for the San Francisco Archdiocese, leading communion services at the Youth Services Center, and a mediator for the Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center and the Superior Court’s Juvenile Offender Mediation Program. She served on the board and co-chaired the Restorative Justice Committee for the Society of St Vincent de Paul. Susan has also facilitated Alternatives to Violence Workshops for the incarcerated as well as the general community. She is committed to helping youth meet and overcome their challenges to lead successful, productive lives.

Austin Willis

Austin Willis is a junior at Crystal Springs Uplands School. He currently serves as the Head of Outreach for the Santa Clara County Peer Court and as a youth advocate for the Marin County Peer Court. Additionally, Austin chairs the Education and Economic Development Subcommittee of the San Mateo County Youth Commission. As a commissioner and in his other positions, he hopes to continue to advocate for restorative processes that support his fellow Bay Area youth by maintaining youth attendance in educational systems and diverting them from the school-to-prison pipeline.

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