Carolyne Ouya

anisa-aliProgram Manager, Economic Security & Mobility

As Program Manager at FUTURES Workplace & Economic Justice team, Carolyne focuses on improving access to quality education and employment opportunities for survivors of trafficking and gender-based violence. Prior to
FUTURES, Carolyne served as Director of Strategic Partnerships at Access Youth & Immigration Services, one of the largest victim rights and employment services agencies in San Diego County.


Carolyne is dedicated to creating culturally specific and accessible solutions. She has shown this dedication through direct services as a legal advocate for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and trafficking from African/East African communities.


She has also served as Director of Education for Silayan Filipina, a San Diego based women’s leadership and community development organization that centers the Filipino community.


Carolyne has facilitated county wide public health initiatives through her role within the Live Well San Diego Community Leadership Team where she supported the County of San Diego in developing community action plans focused on behavioral health and economic mobility.


Carolyne earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology & Public Health from Santa Clara University and is currently a masters in Marriage, Family, and Therapy student at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

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