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Board of Directors

Jennifer Moores

Businesswoman, entrepreneur, and advocate for human rights across the globe, Jennifer Moores infuses her enthusiasm into every challenge she accepts. Her intrepid nature has allowed her to embrace a range of challenges from the national sports industry to the fashion world. As a minority owner and board of director’s member of the San Diego Padres, her unique perspective helped to bring the baseball team’s brand to the next level. Her out-of –the box thinking helped to propel a new innovative custom men’s shoe line, Harry’s of London, as a signature brand in the exclusive footwear industry.

Outside of the boardroom, Moores is extremely active in national and community charities with children being the primary focus.

The culmination of her life experience, enterprising spirit and her heart for making a difference in the lives of children, Moores launched Change For Justice. The focus for the nonprofits is to streamline the family law courts so families can resolve their family law issues as efficiently and effectively as possible to limit the impact of the proceedings on the lives of children and their families. One of the primary goals for the nonprofits is to educate parents so they are empowered to make the best choices for their families.

Natalie Moores, Esq.

Natalie Moores has a strong business background with direct experience in structuring complex public and private transactions, negotiating multi-million dollar projects involving multiple jurisdictions, US and international entities, and multi-institutional venture capital/private investment areas. Through her consulting services, Ms. Moores oversees due diligence and compliance processes of her projects, provides business evaluations and handles contract negotiations. She also has significant experiences in trust and estate planning and administration. Her advisory services include research and guidance for international humanitarian and medical research and access missions. Ms. Moores is a retired attorney in the state of California.

Diane Lass, Ph.D.

Dr. Diane Lass is a Clinical Psychologist and has worked in the field of domestic violence for over 14 years. Dr. Lass conducts individual and group therapy in addition to supervising interns and psychological assistants. Originally, Dr. Lass became the founder and President of Hope and Strength Psychological Services, Professional Corporation, working with domestic violence and sexual assault victims as a community partner with the San Diego Family Justice Center (SDFJC). Through Hope and Strength Psychological Services, Dr. Lass provided and continues to provide services offsite in private practice. In 2011, Dr. Lass formed and serves as President of the Center for Hope and Strength, Inc., a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization and community partner with SDFJC. In addition, Dr. Lass is the Administrator of Psychological Services for the San Diego Family Justice Center (SDFJC). She was also proud to be one of the original members of the Strategic Planning Committee for the SDFJC in 2003.

Dr. Lass has helped to empower, motivate, transform, and inspire thousands of individuals over the past twelve years in various areas of their lives, having provided safety planning, crisis intervention, risk assessment, self-esteem building, psych-education related to cycles of abuse, power and control tactics, boundary setting, finding and rebuilding relationships, promoting wellness, empowerment, dealing with traumatic challenges, and establishing new beginnings. Dr. Lass assists clients in their unique journeys of moving forward. Dr. Lass is passionate about her work and feels fortunate to be in the position to help individuals in need.

 

Dr. Lass is a member of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council, National Coalition against Domestic Violence, and the American Psychological Association. Dr. Lass is the Chief Psychologist for the San Diego Police Department Historical Society.

Jennifer Moores

Businesswoman, entrepreneur, and advocate for human rights across the globe, Jennifer Moores infuses her enthusiasm into every challenge she accepts. Her intrepid nature has allowed her to embrace a range of challenges from the national sports industry to the fashion world. As a minority owner and board of director’s member of the San Diego Padres, her unique perspective helped to bring the baseball team’s brand to the next level. Her out-of –the box thinking helped to propel a new innovative custom men’s shoe line, Harry’s of London, as a signature brand in the exclusive footwear industry.

Outside of the boardroom, Moores is extremely active in national and community charities with children being the primary focus.

The culmination of her life experience, enterprising spirit and her heart for making a difference in the lives of children, Moores launched Family Justice Advocates and Family Justice Advocates In Action. The focus for the nonprofits is to streamline the family law courts so families can resolve their family law issues as efficiently and effectively as possible to limit the impact of the proceedings on the lives of children and their families. One of the primary goals for the nonprofits is to educate parents so they are empowered to make the best choices for their families.

Natalie Moores, Esq.

Natalie Moores has a strong business background with direct experience in structuring complex public and private transactions, negotiating multi-million dollar projects involving multiple jurisdictions, US and international entities, and multi-institutional venture capital/private investment areas. Through her consulting services, Ms. Moores oversees due diligence and compliance processes of her projects, provides business evaluations and handles contract negotiations. She also has significant experiences in trust and estate planning and administration. Her advisory services include research and guidance for international humanitarian and medical research and access missions. Ms. Moores is a retired attorney in the state of California.

Diane Lass, Ph.D.

Dr. Diane Lass is a Clinical Psychologist and has worked in the field of domestic violence for over 14 years. Dr. Lass conducts individual and group therapy in addition to supervising interns and psychological assistants. Originally, Dr. Lass became the founder and President of Hope and Strength Psychological Services, Professional Corporation, working with domestic violence and sexual assault victims as a community partner with the San Diego Family Justice Center (SDFJC). Through Hope and Strength Psychological Services, Dr. Lass provided and continues to provide services offsite in private practice. In 2011, Dr. Lass formed and serves as President of the Center for Hope and Strength, Inc., a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization and community partner with SDFJC. In addition, Dr. Lass is the Administrator of Psychological Services for the San Diego Family Justice Center (SDFJC). She was also proud to be one of the original members of the Strategic Planning Committee for the SDFJC in 2003.

Dr. Lass has helped to empower, motivate, transform, and inspire thousands of individuals over the past twelve years in various areas of their lives, having provided safety planning, crisis intervention, risk assessment, self-esteem building, psych-education related to cycles of abuse, power and control tactics, boundary setting, finding and rebuilding relationships, promoting wellness, empowerment, dealing with traumatic challenges, and establishing new beginnings. Dr. Lass assists clients in their unique journeys of moving forward. Dr. Lass is passionate about her work and feels fortunate to be in the position to help individuals in need.

 

Dr. Lass is a member of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council, National Coalition against Domestic Violence, and the American Psychological Association. Dr. Lass is the Chief Psychologist for the San Diego Police Department Historical Society.