Meet Our Staff

Pablo Zatarain

Pablo Zatarain

Executive Director

Pablo Zatarain’s passion for helping others- especially the most vulnerable households and families- led him to a career in Fair Housing. Pablo began his fair housing career with Project Sentinel in 2009, where he worked primarily with local residents in the South Bay and Peninsula regarding their specific fair housing complaints.

Pablo then worked at the National Fair Housing Alliance in Washington, DC, where he assisted in nationally-based fair housing investigations. This included the systemic review of major lenders’ maintenance practices of their Real Estate Owned (REO) property portfolios in various neighborhoods. He also helped work to establish the Denver Metro Fair Housing Center through a federal grant awarded to NFHA. The DMFHC is now a fully functioning local fair housing agency which serves the greater Denver Metro region.

Pablo came to Fair Housing Napa Valley in 2013, and has worked in his current role as Executive Director since late 2014. Since arriving at FHNV, Pablo has overseen the successful implementation of new and traditional FHNV programs, worked with staff to assist clients with their housing related needs, and has also participated in regional coalitions and projects to continue meeting the needs of Napa County’s residents. He looks forward to serving the Greater Napa community for many years to come.

Katherine Young

Katherine Young

Intake Specialist

Katherine joined the Fair Housing Napa Valley team in September of 2016 and is most likely the first person that will greet you when you walk into our office. Her calm presence and friendly smile welcome both new and familiar clientele.

Katherine graduated Magna Cum Laude from Sonoma State University with a Bachelor’s in Psychology. Before working for Fair Housing Napa Valley, she spent several years counseling struggling adolescents in a high school setting.

Katherine has grown in her position and looks forward to serving FHNV clients in a variety of new and challenging capcities.

Christina Cieslewicz

Christina Cieslewicz

Fair Housing Specialist 2

Christina Cieslewicz-Dorcik joined Fair Housing Napa Valley in 2013, originally starting as a temporary employee assisting with phone calls and walk in clients, and gradually transitioning to part time, then full time positions. She has always had a passion for ensuring equality opportunities for all people, and over the past four years has helped clients in her role as Intake Specialist, and now in an investigative role as a Fair Housing Specialist II.

In addition to her day to day roles, Christina also managed the Mobile Home Seismic Reinforcement Program, a grant program for low income mobile home owners that provided funds for disaster repairs following the South Napa Earthquake in 2014. Her experiences over the past four years have enhanced her skills, both professionally and personally. Christina looks forward to continuing to assist victims of discrimination in Napa County, as well as growing in her current role and furthering her career in civil rights.

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