Su Casa’s New Executive Director – Alberto Uribe

by Oct 5, 2022News, Uncategorized

The Board of Directors for Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence have announced that Alberto Uribe will take leadership of the organization as its new executive director.

Alberto has more than 30 years of experience working in positions of increasing authority at non-profit and government agencies, operating community service and workforce development programs serving youth and adults. 

Alberto brings demonstrated expertise in mobilizing public and private sector resources to grow community-based nonprofit organizations committed to strengthening local communities.  

“I am honored to be joining Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence,” stated Uribe. “The organization has a 40-year history of providing the highest quality programs and services to survivors of domestic violence. I am excited to lead our team of committed leaders, staff and board into our next chapter and build on the good work of those before me.” 

“It is not lost on me that I will be starting my tenure with Su Casa during National Domestic Violence Month, a time where we put the spotlight on domestic violence. I am proud to add my voice to raise awareness and provide services to those who need us the most.”

Throughout his career, Alberto has worked with government entities, elected officials, industry leaders, professional associations, education and vocational training experts, nonprofit boards, and community organizations to design, develop and deliver effective programs. He has extensive experience in leadership, administration and oversight of agencies working with the unemployed, youth, veterans, and Job Corps programs nationwide. 

A fluent communicator in English and Spanish, Alberto was raised in Laredo, Texas and he earned his B.A. and M.A in Political Science from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio. He has held executive level positions with major nonprofit organizations in Houston, Miami, Detroit and Los Angeles where he developed initiatives which include delivering services targeting the needs of low-income communities, veterans, youth, senior citizens and the unhoused.  

We welcome Alberto to the Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence family.


I want women to know that they deserve a life of respect, dignity and freedom – that it’s never too late to speak up. Every individual has the right to live free from violence or the threat of violence.

- Petra Medelez

Alberto Uribe, Executive Director

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