MEET OUR TEAM
Assistant Program Director
Born and raised in the Tenderloin, Alice Huynh started working with IHDC in September 2018. She is extremely passionate about her job and the youth she serves. Her goal is to support the Tenderloin community, especially youth, by providing a safe and supportive learning environment.
Assistant Program Director
Luis Eusebio started working as a program leader in July of 2018, and became the assistant director in August of 2019. He has been living in the Tenderloin since he was 10. His primary goal is to provide exciting experiences that the youth will carry with them throughout their lives by sparking creativity in the program. He wants to create an environment with high levels of respect and love. He is bilingual in English and Spanish.
America SCORES empowers its “poet-athletes” to lead healthy lifestyles, be engaged and collaborative students, and have the confidence and character to make a difference in the world.
Since 2013, IHDC has partnered with GAW to offer workshops that encourage participants to consider their personal consumption and to draw inspiration from art that reflects a commitment to environmentally sustainable behavior.
For over 20 years, Playworks has helped schools figure out what works well on their playgrounds.
For recess to reinforce school culture, we’ve learned that a holistic approach is needed. Here are a few of the focus areas Playworks helps schools address:
The Department of Children, Youth and Their Families (DCYF) has administered San Francisco’s powerful investments in children, youth, transitional age youth, and their families through the Children and Youth Fund since 1991. With a deep commitment to advancing equity and healing trauma, we bring together government agencies, schools, and community-based organizations to strengthen our communities to lead full lives of opportunity and happiness. Together, we make San Francisco a great place to grow up.
Over the last 28 years, Family Giving Tree has served nearly 1.6 million children and individuals throughout the greater Bay Area as we actively endeavor to inspire the values of kindness, philanthropy and volunteerism in our community.
Dean Oshida has served as Executive Director of IHDC since 2003. Dean has over 25 years experience in the human services field. He holds an M.S. in Education/Counseling from San Francisco State University.
Wai La has been IHDC’s Property Manager since 2006. He has worked at IHDC since 1999. Wai has served IHDC in many capacities and brings a wealth of knowledge to the organization. He is fluent in three Asian dialects.
Blair Czarecki has served as the IHDC Program Director since Summer 2013. She comes to IHDC with over four years of experience in After School and community-based programming. She holds a M.A. in Dietetics with a concentration in Community Health.