On This Page
Jan Campbell, Executive Director
phone: (805) 963-4458 x105
fax: (805) 963-1169
Jan Campbell is the Executive Director for Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County.
She has more than 30 years of experience in leadership and community engagement, with a background in fundraising, grant writing, marketing, and communications. She most recently served as the Chief Philanthropic Officer at the Santa Barbara Foundation. In that position, she oversaw the foundation’s community investment and donor services functions, and together with her team, raised and stewarded hundreds of millions of dollars for the foundation and its initiatives.
Jan’s nonprofit experience includes work at the Page Youth Center and Heal the Ocean. She was a management consultant at Bartlett, Pringle and Wolf CPAs, the Vice President of Communications for an internet startup – WebAlg, and was the editor and publisher of the Valley Voice newspaper in Goleta. Jan has served on the boards of the UCSB Alumni Association, the UCSB Foundation, Montessori Center School and the Santa Barbara Education foundation. Currently she is a member of the Goleta Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and the World Telehealth Initiative. She is a member of three women’s funds, the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the Santa Barbara Women’s Political Committee.
A proud Gaucho, Jan holds a degree in English Literature from UC Santa Barbara and a certificate in accounting from UCLA. She lives in Santa Barbara with her husband Randy and is the mom of two daughters, Nora and Emma.
Richard Hibbs, Controller
phone: (805) 963-4458 x108
fax: (805) 963-1169
Rich graduated from Rider University (Lawrenceville, NJ) in 1979 with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Accounting. Following college he was an Internal Auditor for Associated Dry Goods Corp. before being promoted to Asst. Controller of J.W. Robinson’s department store. Other financial positons include Treasurer of Human Interaction Research Institute and Director of Finance for Matrix Institute on Addictions. Rich has been a Certified Public Accountant in the State of California since 1987. He is a past chair of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce, former member of the Culver City Council Finance Advisory Committee and is currently involved in numerous nonprofit boards, including Treasurer of both the Ballona Creek Renaissance Organization and the Culver City Education Foundation. Rich is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, California Society of Certified Public Accountants, California State Board of Accountancy, is a Certified QuickBooks Professional Advisor, and is a licensed Tax Practitioner with the Internal Revenue Service and the California Franchise Tax Board.
Rich and his wife Paula are the proud parents of a daughter Sydney who attends NYU and a son Rick who attends Culver City High School. In his spare time Rich enjoys fishing as well as volunteering with AYSO (American Youth Soccer Organization).
Rich brings a wealth of accounting experience to DVS to serve the community and further the mission of our organization.
Sandy Delos, Director of Grants and Evaluation
phone: (805) 963-4458 x101
fax: (805) 963-1169
Sandy Delos is the Director of Grants and Evaluation for Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County.
Sandy has worked in the nonprofit sector for 12 years and has funded millions of grant dollars for social service organizations in Minnesota and Pennsylvania. Among her accomplishments, she represented The Salvation Army Harbor Light, the largest homeless shelter in Minnesota, on the joint City-County Commission to End Homelessness, initiated major partnerships for job training and represented the agency to both state and local government agencies including the state legislature. In Lancaster, Pennsylvania, she successfully wrote capital applications to fund Tec Centro, a ground-breaking $4.5 million bilingual technology training center, created by the Spanish American Civic Association.
Sandy holds a BA from Southern Illinois University with a major in economics and minor in journalism and completed all course work and preliminary exams towards a PhD at the University of Minnesota with a primary program in psychology and secondary program in statistics. She is a member of the Association of Professional Fundraisers, the American Psychological Association and the Association for Women in Communications Santa Barbara Chapter where she serves on the Board of Directors.
Carolina Najera-Magana, Clinical Director
fax: (805) 925-2160
Carolina Najera-Magana is the Clinical Director for Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County.
Carolina Najera-Magana has worked for DVS for over 7 years over the last 13 years. She earned her B.A in Psychology from UCSB and her M.S in Psychology from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. She has worked with Domestic Violence victims since 2004, when she began with DVS as a trainee. She was hired on as an intern and became licensed in 2011. During her career she has worked with victims and perpetrators of domestic violence, persistent and severe mentally ill clients, dual diagnosis clients, and sexually offending teens. She is dedicated to her work with domestic violence victims.