A Partnership of Success

The CFSS Team

Today, CFSS is a Milwaukee-based nonprofit agency that works with government and local nonprofit agencies to deliver teen pregnancy prevention, youth character development and healthy relationship education as well as offender reentry services including mentoring and employment services throughout Southeast Wisconsin.

We currently have more than 40 organizational partners, 26 employees, 15 consultants and three organizational contractors who carry out the programmatic, evaluative and administrative work of the organization. A nine-member Board of Directors, which meets six times a year, governs the organization.

CFSS staff and independent evaluators possess professional experience across multiple disciplines including organizational leadership, program implementation and outcomes, research and planning, marketing and PR, and administrative support.

Our team has a strong commitment to serving inner-city families and we are experienced in working to change generations of relationship patterns. Reflective of the communities we serve, CFSS employees are positive role models who have achieved high levels of education and
healthy relationships.

CFSS Leaders

CFSS William Sulton WILLIAM SULTON, BOARD CHAIR
ATTORNEY
PETERSON, JOHNSON AND MURRAY, S.C.
CFSS Angela Turner Angela M. Turner
President and CEO
Center for Self-Sufficiency
Lisa Boyd Lisa Boyd
Vice President, Programs
Center for Self-Sufficiency

 

CFSS COMMUNITY projects:

Milwaukee Reentry and Workforce Pipeline Coordination – CFSS was chosen by the Wisconsin Dept. of Corrections and the Annie E. Casey Foundation to lead a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary effort to integrate reentry efforts in Milwaukee County.

Angela M. Turner

As president and CEO, Angela M. Turner has more than 27 years of experience in government-related reform management, planning and program administration, capacity building and technical services, and outcomes evaluation.

She has succeeded in helping 24 nonprofit organizations across the U.S. leverage more than $182 million for initiatives such as teen pregnancy prevention, healthy marriage and relationships, fatherhood, mentoring, offender reentry, workforce development and green jobs.