Lanetha Oliver, as the Director of Human Resources and Administration, has the responsibility of building and sustaining EBALDC’s staff of diverse, collaborative, and high-performing professionals. Lanetha has been a non-profit human resource professional for the past 15 years, and for 12 of those years she has served in leadership roles for 4 non-profit organizations ranging in size from 50 to 250 employees.
Prior to settling into her career in human resources, Lanetha worked in a myriad of roles including, non-profit HR consultant, desk clerk for a residential hotel serving very low-income residents, in-home support services worker, and head customer service representative. In her many past roles she has developed a deep understanding of how people relate to one another in the workplace and in diverse communities.
Lanetha studied Human and Community Development at UC Davis and later earned a degree in Public Administration from the University of San Francisco. Lanetha is passionate about social equity; wealth building; leadership development; criminal justice system reform; re-entry services; and improving the quality of life in all communities regardless of socio-economic status by positively impacting the social determinants of health.