Amanda V. Davis LCSW, MBA, BA, Co-Founder (President)

Amanda V. Davis is one of the founding partners of Families and Community MultiService Agency Inc., (FACMA) a not-for-profit organization that provides concrete and supportive care to distressed families and communities.Ms. Amanda Davis received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science in 2002 from the College of New Rochelle.  She went on to obtain her Masters of Business from Touro College in 2006.  In 2010, she obtained her Masters of Social Work from Adelphi University.  In 2011, she earned her license to practice social work in the State of New York.  Ms. Davis has more than ten years experience in the not -for- profit arena with an additional twelve years working for the city of New York. Ms. Davis served as a Director of Social work at ChaRosa Foundation Corporation.  She was responsible for the day to day operations of several programs including domestic violence, afterschool and cultural arts programs. Under her leadership, an innovative pro­gram for the community was developed that utilized high school student interns and volunteers interested in community service.  For the past five years she has held a position with SCO Family of Services as a  Performance Quality Improvement Specialist.  In this role she demonstrated the ability to observe, recognize, analyze, and report on the daily activities of both social service staff and clients. Today she is practicing as a LCSW, counseling children and facilitating a weekly parenting group . Through innovation and hard work, Ms. Davis motivates herself and those around her to strive to reach their full potential.  She maintains high standards for herself as well as those she works with, always providing the necessary support to help her peers.

Dr. Angela C Chang PhD, LCSW-R, MA, Co-Founder ( Vice President)

Dr. Angela C. Chang is the co-founder of Families and Community Multiservice Agency Inc., (FACMA) a not-for-profit organization that provides concrete and supportive care to distressed families and communities.    Dr. Chang received her BA degree from City College in 1985 and began her work with families in foster care the following year at SCO Family of Services (formerly St. Christopher-Ottile).  In the positions of caseworker and supervisor, she witnessed the resilience and strength in the youngsters and families she serviced.  Passionately desiring to provide the best and most proficient help for improving and empowering these youths and families, Dr. Chang went on to enhance her knowledge and skills by earning a MSW in 1990 from Fordham University.  Two years later she took an administrative supervisory position with Little Flower Children and Family Services.  In that position she had administrative oversight of adolescent services provided to both family foster care and group home adolescents.   In 1994 she was promoted to Unit Director of Residential Treatment Facility, overseeing the operations of programs and services offered to pre-teens and adolescent residents in the facility.  

Subsequent to receiving her Social Work certification /licensing (LCSW), Dr. Chang began her clinical work in 1992 as a consultant for Institute for Emotional Health and Little Flower Children and Family Services.  Consistently committed to her professional development Dr Chang obtained a MA in Psychology from Adelphi University in 1996.  She received her “R” designation in 1998, which allowed her the privilege to bill private insurance companies for clinical services to enrollees.   Additionally, in that year she returned to SCO Family of Services in the role of psychotherapist where she provided individual, family and group therapies to youths and families. 

 Dr. Chang earned her PhD in Social Work in 2007 from Adelphi University.  She was an Adjunct Professor at Adelphi University School of Social Work and has provided Field Supervision for interns pursuing Bachelor in Social Work (BSW), Masters in Social Work (MSW) and Mental Health Counseling (MH) degrees for over 12 years.  Dr. Chang is in private practice and specializes in the treatment of children, adolescents and families.         


Dr. Jacqueline F. Green, Treasurer, DDS


Dr. Green received a Bachelor Degree in Biology in 2008.  She recently earned her  Doctorate from New York University's School of Dental Surgery.  She has volunteered for several nonprofit organizations and has traveled on missions trips to Zambia and Virginia's Appalachian Mountains.  


Duties Include: Accounting and bookkeeping, CPA liaison, volunteer, and fundraising.  



Robin R. Simpson, Secretary, AAS, BA


Ms Simpson received an AAS and BA degree in Human Services.  She is the owner of a childcare center serving children ages six weeks to 12 years. She has worked as a childcare worker, case manager and school Teacher.


Duties Include: Record keeping, volunteer, and fund raising.

Kaymala A Gayle,  LCSW

Ms. Gayle is a mother of two children.  Ms. Gayle has experience in law enforcement and child welfare.

She graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice in 2005 from Monroe College while employed for the Police Department for approximately four years. Ms. Gayle wanted to further her educate and pursued a career in social work developing a passion to wanting to work with individual and families on a therapeutic approach.  

While attending the graduate school at Adelphi University, Ms. Gayle interned at Rikers Island Correctional Facility where male inmate population.  She has also interned at SCO Family of Services in the Extraordinary Needs male program.  During the course of her internship Ms. Gayle provided individual counseling and other preventive services.

Currently, Ms. Gayle is employed for Neptune Family Services, a general preventive program.  This program is a division of JBFCS which is also a non-profit organization.  She is also an advocate, therapist and supervisor for graduate school interns.