Da’luk Youth Program Staff
Vincent Feliz, ASW # 96803
Da’luk Youth Program Coordinator and Social Worker
Vincent (Chumash), has lived on the NorthCoast, Humboldt County for the last 26 years. Before that, born and raised in Bakersfield, California, Vincent has a graduate degree in social work from CSU, Long Beach and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from CSU, Humboldt. His wife and two children are Yurok Tribal members, along with being Karuk. Vincent is an active practitioner of his Chumash heritage (ceremony, songs, traditions). His humble journey has offered opportunities to work as a social service provider at United Indian Health Services, Inc., Humboldt State University, as well as offering trainings/workshops to various Humboldt County agencies. Vincent has also been honored to be a master of ceremonies (MC) for local events, such as the HSU Annual Big Time and Social Gathering.
Da’luk Youth Program Administrative Assistant
Aymee Rose Colegrove is the daughter of Alfred “riggie” Colegrove and Vonice Colegrove. Aymee is Hupa/Yurok. She grew up primarily in Hoopa CA. Aymee is a full time student at Humboldt State University working towards her Bachelor's Degree in Communication with a minor in Native American Studies. Then would like to get her Masters Degree in either Social Work or Business. Aymee holds her culture and community in high regards and close to her heart. Aymee has worked with Native youth within the community for years. She hopes to always be a positive mentor for our youth, as she had growing up in her community. Aymee wants to encourage all Native youth to become richer in their culture, and help them strive in whatever they may dream of. She’s excited and grateful she gets to work with all the amazing Native youth in the Da’luk Youth Program.