Maribel Marin, named one of LA’s top collaborative leaders by the Los Angeles Business Journal, is the Executive Director of 211 LA County, a nonprofit organization helping over 500,000 individuals and families in Los Angeles County each year access health and human services.
Under Maribel's leadership, 211 LA County has developed into a performance driven, award-winning customer service-oriented information hub that designs and implements public sector solutions. A strong believer in the power of technology and innovation to transform whole person care and service delivery, Maribel has led 211 LA to develop customizable and scalable solutions for Information and Referral (I&R) and service delivery organizations. Maribel has also pioneered cross-sector partnerships, bringing stakeholders to the table to develop collaborative solutions and new approaches to addressing some of the most complex social and health public policy problems.
Maribel serves as the current president of the California Alliance of Information and Referral Services (CAIRS),the current president ofthe statewide association of 211s, 211 California, and serves on California’s Aging and Disability Resource Center Advisory Committee. A graduate of the University of California, Berkeley and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Maribel’s background is in urban policy and performance management. Prior to joining 211 LA County, Maribel worked with the Natural Resources Defense Council and the City of Los Angeles.