Steve has over twenty years experience in the non-profit human services arena, sixteen of which were as CEO of a New Jersey affiliate of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. His passion is working with those who society too often considers invisible, including those who are hungry, homeless, or suffering from hidden conditions such as mental illness, addiction, and trauma.
Stuart joined ACTS in 2018 and brings with him a wide array of experience ranging from non-profits, retail leadership, and consulting, to proudly serving his country throughout 20 years of service in the U.S. Marines. Stuart has a Ph.D. specializing in Leadership and Organizational Change and holds an M.B.A. in Management.
Vicente began his training in a specialized accounting school when he was 11 years old. He has experience in diverse industries such as banking, automotive, IT, and mortgage, but has found his passion in the nonprofit world. He has a degree in International Business and a Master's degree in Finance.
Director of Human Resources – Originally from Hawaii, she moved to Virginia in 2011. Prior to ACTS, she worked in the field of banking as a Supervisor, Project Coordinator, and HR Assistant. She joined ACTS in 2018 as HR/Payroll Assistant and became the HR Manager in 2019. Tiffany has an Associates degree in Business Software, Bachelors in Human Resources, and MBA in HR Management.
Aaron is a native of Prince William County, USAF veteran, graduate of Strayer University, philanthropist, published author, LPW ‘18 alumni, and amateur chef. He previously served on the PW Chamber Board of Directors and the CTE Advisory Board for Manassas City Schools. He is also the current president of the Greater Prince William Food Council.
Mayra has been with ACTS since 2018 working as the Court Program Supervisor for ACTS Turning Points. She has a BA in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Advanced Studies. Her 17 years experience includes 13 years in the mental health field; working with children, families, and adults in trauma, 9 years in the Education field as a teacher and Assistant Director, 5 years in the medical field as a Medical Assistant/Office Manager, and a year with FEMA.
Lydia has been with ACTS since 2011. Prior to serving as Director of Sexual Assault Services, she was the Children’s Program Supervisor at Turning Points. Lydia has over 10 years of experience working with at-risk children and adults, as well as with survivors of child abuse, sexual trauma, and domestic violence.
I hold a bachelor’s degree in Human Service with a concentrate in mental health. I started working at Acts in 2017 as a Rapid Rehousing Case Manager and became the Director of Housing in April 2020. Prior to working at Acts, I worked at United Health group/ Optum Healthcare in the hospice filed, as a medical assistance and then hospice support service coordinator. My passion is working with the elderly population because this age group to me is the most forgotten group.
ACTS is closely monitoring the rapidly changing situation of COVID-19 as it affects our community. As an important source of services for those in crisis, we have every intention of continuing our mission especially in times of uncertainty. We are doing our best to minimize risk to our staff and clients and have made some decisions that affect how we provide services in order to ensure your safety.
Important Changes to Our Hours
Food Assistance: COVID - 19 operating hours of Monday - Friday, 9 - 11:30am / 12:30 to 3pm