Miss Dale

Miss Dale serves as Associate Director of Sow A Seed Community Foundation. She has partnered with the organization since 2014.

Dale holds a B.S. in Business Administration from California State, East Bay. She is a versatile accounting
and finance professional with over twenty-five years of experience in public and non-profit sectors
overseeing, payroll, bookkeeping, forecasting, audits, and budgeting, as well as human resources, facility
management, and procurement. From her diverse experiences throughout her career, Dale is a dynamic
manager with a broad knowledge of organizational management. She is a hands-on problem solver
dedicated to solving any issue and getting things running smoothly.

Dale says, “In having the experience working in both for-profit and non-profit environments, I genuinely
feel blessed doing non-profit work. At Sow A Seed, we've helped countless at-risk youth transform their
lives within the community. Making an impact on the lives of others is a very rewarding experience”.


Miss Evelyn serves as an Administrative Assistant at Sow A Seed Community Foundation.

She is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies. She is Bilingual, being a native Spanish-speaker. Which she believes is a great asset. This allows her to help the Hispanic families with a language barrier, in need of resource for their youth.


She believes the children are our future, and she says she is delighted to be working for a community foundation such as Sow A Seed that wants the best for our kids.

Miss Evelyn

Miss Erica is a native of Stockton. She attended Lincoln high school where she was part of multiple extracurricular activities that enable her to experience people from all walks of life. With each activity she found herself in gaining a perspective she didn’t know before. Polynesian dancing gave her insight into cultural teachings and backgrounds. Boxing taught her conviction and decisiveness. Floral design gave her the gift of paying attention to detail.  Basketball taught her the value of working together as a team.  Mentoring the youth gave her the compassion she needed to best serve others. Amongst all her attributes she is reliable, trustworthy, and holds her integrity about all.


She found passion in helping youth evolve and lead them onto paths individually suited for positive lifestyles. She has a background in Youth Counseling where she has assisted in group homes to help the betterment of at-risk youth. Whether the focus be social settings or internal her goal is to help with the cognitive reconstruction of ones thinking and behavioral patterns.

Miss Erica

Miss Selene Albor, She is a native from Pleasanton California, that is passionate about helping our youth succeed at life. She holds a BA in Psychology, an AA in Liberal Arts & Sciences: Social & Behavioral Sciences and an AA in Psychology.

As a resilient multi-lingual individual that comes from a first-generation family, she knows firsthand what it means to succeed in the face of adversity and some of the challenges that intersectionality variances may inflict on our lives as we continue to develop. With over five years of experience working with individuals from all backgrounds and age groups, it is her joy, love and passion to assist clients as they blossom into the best version of themselves and overcome any challenges presented in the process.


She seeks to continue expanding her knowledge and experience through pursuing graduate studies and working hands on in order to continue to bring exceptional assistance to our youth here at Sow A Seed.

Miss Selene

Miss Semaj is currently a senior at the University of the Pacific.  She is majoring in Sociology while also pursuing a minor in Ethnic Studies.


Miss Semaj formerly supported Sow A Seed as an intern, where she created and facilitated our   "Plant Your Future program. During her internship, Miss Semaj brought a fresh perspective to our program that when a hiring opportunity came up, she was first on our list.   


As a Student Advocate, Mentor, and Facilitator, Miss Semaj is passionate about disrupting the school-to-prison pipeline. She is a proud Stockton native and her goal is to serve her community by encouraging, guiding, and supporting the next generation.

Miss Semaj

Miss Virginia Copeland is a Student Advocate and Mental Health Specialist for Sow A Seed Community Foundation. With her high energy, commitment, and experience, she is passionate about supporting young individuals and helping them achieve their goals.


 Her educational background consists of an Associate's degree in childhood education, a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, and a Master's degree in Public Health. She has had experience working with young adults as an afterschool program leader, rehabilitation counselor, and youth group facilitator.

She is eager for this opportunity to work with the youth and  families of Sow A Seed Community Foundation.

Miss Virginia