March is Women’s History Month and the women leaders of Children and Family Services (CFS), Preschool Services Department (PSD) and the Department of Aging and Adult Services – Public Guardian (DAAS-PG) take a moment to reflect on the invaluable contributions of their leadership and those that came before them in San Bernardino County Human Services. 

Jeany Zepeda, director, Children and Family Services

“I am honored to be part of a county that recognizes and celebrates the achievements of women throughout history,” said Jeany Zepeda, director of Children and Family Services. “Women bring a unique perspective to leadership, emphasizing collaboration, nurturing and a commitment to the well-being of families and children.” 

For more information about San Bernardino County Children and Family Services, please visit

Jacquelyn Greene, director, Preschool Services Department

“It has been a privilege to witness firsthand women leaders impacting policies and programs that benefit children and families enrolled in Preschool Services. Within San Bernardino County, we have exemplary women leaders who have dedicated their careers to improving the lives of families and ensuring that every child has access to quality preschool education,” said Jacquelyn Greene, director of Preschool Services. 

For more information about our programs, call 1-888-KIDS-025. You can also visit for information and locations of sites in your community or to start the process of enrollment by using our electronic interest form.

Sharon Nevins, director, Department of Aging and Adult Services-Public Guardian

“It is essential to recognize the critical role women play in addressing the needs of our aging population,” said Sharon Nevins, director of the Department of Aging and Adult Services – Public Guardian. “I am proud to lead a team that is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for older adults, individuals with disabilities, their families and caretakers. Women leaders bring a wealth of experience, empathy and understanding to the challenges faced by high-risk and vulnerable populations.” 

For more information about San Bernardino County’s Department of Aging and Adult Services-Public Guardian, please visit

The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors is committed to realizing the Countywide Vision with women at the forefront making vital contributions addressing the diverse needs of communities throughout the county.  

Additional County Update News – March 14, 2024

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