Nikki Lopez

Nikki comes to Rady’s with 16 years of experience working in various community non-profit programs in Fresno and San Diego, CA. Born and raised in the Central Valley, Nikki completed her bachelor’s degree in Criminology with a focus on Victim Services at Fresno State University in 2007 and her master’s degree in Education Counseling at San Diego State University in 2017. Over her career between the Central Valley and San Diego, Nikki has worked as a clinical case manager focused on unhoused adults and transitional age youth. She has provided mentorship, advocacy and education on life and wellness skills, and was previously appointed as a Behavioral Health Court Liaison.

Nikki strives to continue her social justice work with the most vulnerable and underserved populations and looks forward to working with the FACES program to increase equity and improve outcomes for young people seeking to reach their highest potential.