Ofra is a seasoned leader and social entrepreneur, with over 15 years of experience in senior leadership roles at the non-profit sector.
Ofra has joined DayBreak in July 2015, and has led the organization through a huge leadership transition, expanding the existing programs, and developing new lines of services and strategic partnerships, with both government agencies, health care systems and other non-profits.
In the ten years prior to her work at DayBreak, Ofra has founded and directed UNITAF, a non-profit working with families of Asylum Seekers living in Tel-Aviv, providing early education programs, health and social services to young children and their families.
Director of Care Coordination
Stefanie Stevens is the Manager of Case Management for Daybreak Adult Day Care Centers. She is currently a PhD candidate at Grand Canyon University where she will be awarded a terminal degree in philosophy with an emphasis on performance psychology. She also holds an MA in counseling psychology with an emphasis on Marriage Family Therapy. Further, she obtained a BS in Organizational Behavior from the University of San Francisco.
Family Caregiver Support Coordinator
Karen holds a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology and have served as Program Director and educator in the geriatric community for over twenty years, serving individuals with dementia while offering support to their loved ones. Karen is drawn to assist and inspire persons with dementia, and their caregivers, to lead a meaningful, quality of life experience, focused on the individual, rather than the disease.
Senior Injury Prevention and Medication Safety Program Coordinator
Susan has been a physical therapist for 35 years and has worked at CEI, Center for Elders Independence in Oakland area for 25 years. Susan holds a doctorate degree in PT and is American Physical Therapy Association Geriatric Specialist certified.
Co-Op Adult Day Community Coordinator
Roger is a compassionate and dedicated social service professional with eighteen-years of experience in the child-welfare field and who recently made the pivot to working in the geriatric community. Roger received his BA in Psychology and his M.S. in Vocational Rehabilitation from California State University, Fresno.
Antonae holds a B.A. in Criminal and Social Justice, an M.A. in Criminal Justice, Cyber Security and Technology, and is a PHD Candidate in Advanced Studies of Human Behavior and Services. Prior to joining DayBreak, Antonae worked with other non profit organizations throughout the Greater Bay Area, and is a passionate advocate for social justice.
Rapid Response Case Manager
Anitra is Bay Area native who has worked in the field of social services for over 15 years. Her 15 year career spans in a variety of areas including working with at risk youth, incarcerated adults, newly released parolees, homeless Veteran and currently seniors and adults with disabilities. She's passionate and committed to improving the lives and circumstances of people in marginalized and underserved communities. She holds a BA from California State University, Hayward in Sociology with a minor in Human Development.
Adriana has over 8 years of professional experience in the human social services field. As Administrative Coordinator for DayBreak Adult Care Centers, she provides support to the Family Caregiver Support Program, Rapid Response, Fall prevention and Co-op model program.
Rapid Response Case Manager
Housing Program Manager Manager
Bronson has a bachelors in public health with a minor in holistic health. Bronson has worked with various populations including children on the spectrum and seniors. He is passionate about helping out the community and learning from other backgrounds.
Over 40 years experience in Affordable and Supportive housing in Alameda County.
Strong commitment that everyone deserves a decent and safe home environment that supports sustainable quality of life.