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Circle Summer



Gala 2018


5800 S. Eastern Ave., Ste. #500

Commerce, CA 90040



© 2016 Circle of Friends ~ The Path to Inclusion, a Project of Community Partners, 501(c)(3), Tax ID # 95-4302067

Meet our EDs

Robyn Stack Reagan, Executive Director of Program & Finance

Robyn has been improving systems and building capacity for children, youth and families for over 25 years.  Her first role model was Helen Keller's teacher, Annie Sullivan, and she is a lifelong advocate for children who struggle to make their gifts and needs known.


She began her career as a teacher/counselor and school administrator for students with developmental delays.  As Director of Staff Development for Hathaway-Sycamores, Robyn developed an agency-wide training program and consulted with school districts to support mainstreaming.  She oversaw the School Readiness and Community School Initiatives for Los Angeles Education Partnership, creating multiagency collaboratives, and presenting at state and national conferences.


Since joining Circle of Friends in July 2016 as Program Director, Robyn has developed additional resources, strengthened our invaluable team of Program Facilitators, and welcomed seven new districts to our growing circle. She has also promoted and represented Circle of Friends at events throughout Southern California and in San Antonio, TX 


Robyn is both humbled and inspired by the work of Circle of Friends. She is excited to be leading their next chapter.

Felicia DuPuch, Executive Director of Operations & Development

Felicia brings a strong background in the fields of journalism, technology, healthcare, start up, marketing/communications as well as business development, acquisition and expansion to Circle of Friends.

Working with Fortune 500 companies and at major corporations for over 25 years, she built an indelible reputation for delivering innovative business strategies and customer-focused solutions that improved profit margins. 

She played a pivotal role in the growth of a small health plan helping the company become a formidable competitor through program expansion and membership growth. The Plan was eventually acquired for $1.2 billion.

A lifelong volunteer, Felicia's commitment to helping others led her to the non-profit world and the Weingart Center for the Homeless. As their Director of Development, Marketing and Public Relations, Felicia created strong donor and media relationships to advance their mission. Her accomplishments include raising $1.48 million in funding, increasing awareness 51%, and leading innovative Annual Appeal and refreshed Brand campaigns - engaging donors for a 23% increase in giving.


Through her work and travels Felicia has connected with people in places as diverse as Beijing, China and L.A.’s Skid Row. She understands deeply that we are more alike than we are different, and that everyone in the human family needs compassion, respect and friendship.

We are truly excited to have someone with such tenacity, experience, and heart leading the next chapter of Circle of Friends as part of our Dream Team.

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