BCFS Health and Human Services recently appointed two regional directors in North and Central Texas. Kimberley Rodriguez and Alanna Jeter have been named BCFS Health and Human Services Regional Director of Central Texas and North Texas, respectively.
As Regional Directors, the new leaders will oversee the operations of BCFS Health and Human Services Division programs for individuals in foster care, youth at risk of abuse, neglect or homelessness, and families in crisis. Each director will also grow relationships with other social services agencies within their communities to further augment the positive effects that BCFS Health and Human Services delivers to each region.
Each of the women has worked her way to her leadership position through varied channels. After a 20-year career in the United States Air Force, Rodriguez earned a Master of Social Work degree and began her profession in community service, while Jeter gained nonprofit sector experience with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and McMurry University in Abilene, Texas.
Both of these appointments arrive for these individuals with a broad range of responsibilities,” says BCFS Community Services Division Executive Director Celeste Garcia. “We encourage each director to use her resources to continue building strong communities through the individuals and families we serve.
BCFS Health and Human Services operates programs and services throughout Texas that work toward improving the circumstances of youth in foster care through case management, the pursuit of education, job training and placement, and identifying foster families. BCFS Health and Human Services’ parenting education programs also help families create safe, loving home environments.