Project LEAD facilitators are dedicated to serving the community by investing their time and efforts to enrich the lives of young people.

Facilitators commit one hour a week for 20 weeks to a fifth-grade classroom to teach the Project LEAD curriculum.

They guide students with important lessons on how to make good choices, stay out of trouble and succeed in life.

Facilitators include deputy district attorneys, investigators, paralegals, hearing officers, field deputies and law clerks from the District Attorney’s Office and attorneys from other prosecutorial agencies.

Facilitator Testimonials

Deputy District Attorney Tina Hooks describes how Project LEAD impacts communities.

Deputy District Attorney Colby Cano explains why teachers love Project LEAD.

Deputy District Attorney Guillermo Santiso talks about sharing real court experiences with students.

Deputy District Attorney Alice Kurs discusses the significance of students role-playing during Project LEAD.