SCSW Keumku Sou is known to the Van Nuys DCFS office as someone who goes above the call of duty. She exemplifies leadership, teaming, and actively engages the Core Practice…Read The Full Story »
On December 1, 2017, Bobby Cagle became Director of the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services. With an annual budget of approximately $2.4 billion and more than 9,000 employees, Mr. Cagle oversees the largest child welfare agency in the nation, serving about 34,000 children annually, including 18,000 children in out-of-home care.
Virginia Pryor was appointed Chief Deputy Director of DCFS in December 2019. She has 30 years of experience in child welfare and social policy with a focus on bringing tangible hope to organizations and communities through human service innovation, leadership development, and strategic system and policy reform.
Senior Deputy Director, Government Accountability and Risk Management
Diane Iglesias is a Senior Deputy Director for the Department of Children and Family Services with oversight of the Risk Management, Litigation, Commercially Sexually Exploited Children’s divisions within the Department.
Senior Deputy Director, Mega Bureau
Cynthia McCoy-Miller is a Senior Deputy Director with the County of Los Angeles, Department of Children and Family Services having administrative oversight for the Contracts Services Bureau, Finance and Administrative Services Bureau, and Business Information Systems Division.
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Stacy Barron, MD
Bureau of Clinical Resources and Services
Public Affairs Manager
Office of Public Affairs
Service Bureau 1
Service Bureau 2
Office of Equity
Special Assistant to the Director
Specialized Response Services
Service Bureau 3
Juvenile Court and Adoption
Administrative Support Bureau
Linzie Starr III
Program Development Office
Finance and Administration
DCFS is comprised of 20 regional offices to serve the needs of children and families throughout Los Angeles County’s geography.
The five-member Board of Supervisors, created by the State Legislature in 1852, is the governing body of the County of Los Angeles and its departments. The Board of Supervisors is the overseeing body of the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services.