Patrick Sinclair joins CARES after having spent the last eight years working with nonprofits that serve inner city youth and families in Los Angeles. Most recently, Patrick served as Vice President at Para Los Niños, one of Los Angeles’s oldest and most respected social service agencies, serving a population of 7500 low-income children through eight Early Education centers, three charter schools, and six counseling and abuse intervention sites.
Prior his work with Para Los Niños, Patrick spent nearly six years with the Partnership for Los Angles Schools, former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s initiative to turn around the lowest performing schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Earlier in his career, Patrick spent more than two decades working with nonprofits and major public affairs and communications firms. He moved to Los Angeles in the 1990s where he assumed the role of Executive Director for Progress Los Angeles, a successful nonprofit initiative, launched by then Mayor Richard Riordan, that led reform of the city’s land use process.