My name is Brandi Missouri and I have been working with Mutual Assistance Network/Black Child Legacy Campaign Arden Arcade CIL since March 2017. I started as a Department of Human Assistance BCLC Liaison worker but stationed full time at MANs Arcade Community center. Due to my love for Sacramento communities and BCLC I decided to leave Dept. of Human Assistance to become a Program Manager at MAN in October 2020. Working with the Healing the Hood program and Crisis Response team I have been able to assist in the intervention, prevention, and reduction of violence in our community. Working with families and supporting healing in our neighborhoods has always been my passion. I received my AA in Human Services and Chemical Dependency Studies in 2012 and have worked with families/youth since 2002. Working in an environment of integrity, accountability and good vibes has been amazing and I appreciate the opportunity to serve!