Who We Are
Employment Support Partnership (ESP) is committed to providing stability, hope, and dignity to vulnerable populations within our community.
With God’s grace, Employment Support Partnership pledges to provide the vulnerable a pathway to a better life.
Meet The Team
Since 1983, Employment Support Partnership (formerly Central Intake Unit) has provided a wide variety of social and case management services to thousands of low income individuals, primarily refugees, immigrants and trafficking survivors. With a focus on participant strengths, ESP supports individuals as they acclimate to life in the U.S. and ultimately achieve economic self sufficiency.
Job Developer/Employment Coach
Ms. Manasyan was a former Transitional Subsidized Employee through Catholic Charities of Los Angeles. She is familiar with the program and is dedicated to assisting low income, limited English speakers with job readiness skills and job placement support. She works in the following Catholic Charities employment programs: CSBG/CARES Job Services and Transitional Subsidized Employment.
Client Resource Coordinator III
Ms. Robles works in client services assisting Spanish-speaking immigrant and trafficking victims. She speaks, reads and writes fluent Spanish, has a BS degree from California State Los Angeles and an MSW degree from the University of Southern California. Ms. Robles’ responsibilities will include handling intake paperwork, casework responsibilities and hosting workshops.
Ms. Lupian works in program management overseeing case managers who assist primarily Spanish-speaking asylees and vulnerable noncitizens. She speaks, reads and writes fluent Spanish, has a BS degree from University of California, Riverside and five-years experience in social services. Ms. Lupian’s responsibilities will include budgeting, outreach, intake, reporting and oversight of the asylee and vulnerable noncitizen program.
Client Resource Coordinator II
Ms. Reyes works in client services assisting Spanish-speaking asylees and vulnerable noncitizens. She speaks, reads and writes fluent Spanish, and has many years of experience working with marginalized and vulnerable populations.. Ms. Reyes’ responsibilities will include handling intake paperwork, case management responsibilities, outreach, and coordinating services.
Mr. DeRose earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business/Marketing from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo. Mr. DeRose has 30 years of experience in account and program management, 10 of which have been with Catholic Charities. He has worked with a number of different socio and economically diverse communities during his time with Catholic Charities.
Currently under development.
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