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© Copyright 2018 by Roberts Family Development Center

Tel: (916) 646-6631

Email: info@robertsfdc.org

770 Darina Ave, Sacramento, CA 95815

Meet Our Board of Directors 

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Joanne Bronson, a 19-year veteran of Wells Fargo,
serves as District Manager for Wells Fargo’s River City
District. Joanne leads and manages a team of 136 team
members located throughout nine stores in Sacramento
and West Sacramento.

She began her career as a Personal Banker and has held
various positions within Wells Fargo including Store
Manager and Sales Development Consultant.

Bronson earned her bachelor’s degree in business
administration from University of Hawaii.

An active member in her community, Joanne currently
serves as a board member for Hui o’ Hawaii of
Sacramento and Stanford Youth Solutions/Sierra Family

Board Member 

Joanne Bronson


Dr. Moore is an Assistant Professor position in the Ethnic Studies Department at California State University, Sacramento.  She teaches general Ethnic Studies and African American centered courses including, “Protest in Hip Hop,” “Black Images in Popular Culture” and “Cinematic Representations of Pan African Identities.” Dr. Moore has over fifteen years of teaching experience in higher education working with the Department for Behavioral Social Sciences at Sacramento City College, and the African American and African Studies Department at the University of California, Davis.

Dr. Andrea L.S. Moore identifies as a Scholar Activist.  She received her Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from the University of California, Davis. Her academic brand focuses on Ethnic History and Socio-Cultural Production. Moore attributes growing up in Richmond and Oakland, CA during her adolescent years as instrumental in her academic narratives.

Moore’s research looks at the Bay Area’s legacy as an epicenter for social movements, from the 1960’s Black Power Movement to the Black Lives Matter Movement. Her noted scholarship is focused on examining historical moments that took place during the Bay Area’s Hyphy Movement. Moore explores the ways in which pop culture promotes awareness about social protests movements and advocating for intersectional justice. 

Moore concurrently is serving as the Director for The Cooper-Woodson College Enhancement Program, which is focused on Leadership, Scholarship, and Service. She is also a faculty mentor of the Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program.

Board Member 

Dr. Andrea L. Moore