Steven G. Liga
Chief Executive Officer – Steve has over twenty years experience in the non-profit human services arena, sixteen of which were as CEO of a New Jersey affiliate of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. His passion is working with those who society too often considers invisible, including those who are hungry, homeless, or suffering from hidden conditions such as mental illness, addiction, and trauma.
Chief Program Officer for Human Services – Madelyn has been with ACTS since 2013. Prior to serving as the CPO for Human Services, she served as the Housing Services Director and Shelter Supervisor for the Hilda M. Barg Homeless Prevention Center. She joined the ACTS family from the U.S. Navy Medicine 7th Fleet and has over 10 years of experience with marriage and family therapy and nonprofit social services.
Victoria L. Graham
Chief Program Officer for Crisis & Trauma Services – Victoria has been involved with ACTS since 1986 and served as Helpline Director from 1992 until 2015. She is trained in suicide prevention, intervention, and "post-vention" programs.
Finance Director – Vicente began his training in a specialized accounting school when he was 11 years old. He has experience in diverse industries such as banking, automotive, IT, and mortgage, but has found his passion in the nonprofit world. He has a degree in International Business and a Master's degree in Finance.
Director of Housing Services -Lula has been with ACTS for 4 years. Before joining the ACTS team, Mrs. Kelly garnered over 20 years of experience working for the government and the military, as well as in the fields of juvenile and homeless services.
Director of Domestic Violence Services (Turning Points) - Dotty has been with ACTS since 2008. She has been working in the field of domestic violence for 26 years and has been a Virginia Certified Mediator for 22 years.
Director of Sexual Assault Services (SAVAS) – Lydia has been with ACTS since 2011. Prior to serving as Director of Sexual Assault Services, she was the Children’s Program Supervisor at Turning Points. Lydia has over 10 years of experience working with at-risk children and adults, as well as with survivors of child abuse, sexual trauma, and domestic violence.
Human Resources Director- Khadija has been with ACTS Human Resources Department since 2014.She has over 20 years experience as a social justice advocate, challenging injustices and valuing diversity. She holds a Master Degree in Laws (LL.M.) from George Washington University Law School.