Charisma De Los Reyes, MSW
Charisma De Los Reyes, MSW is a Policy Analyst and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) Program Coordinator for Child Welfare Services, San Diego County. She has over 10 years of social services experience in investigations, family preservation and engagement, placement and congregate care as well as the development and implementation of community child maltreatment prevention projects. She is also an adjunct faculty member at the University of Southern California, School of Social Work covering topics such as human trafficking, feminist theory, social impact and innovation.
Charisma has been a community organizer and activist with 20+ years experience engaging in social justice and advocacy work around women’s and girls’ issues, both locally and internationally. Her international work includes working with communities in the Philippines, Indonesia and Cambodia. Charisma has received several awards such as NASW’s San Diego County Social Worker of the Year for her advocacy and dedication to children who have experienced child abuse and neglect, in addition to her efforts to develop across system procedures for collaboration and coordination in child protection.