Frank Ramos is Regional Administrator with the Department of Children and Family Services’ (DCFS) Covina and El Monte offices. For all of his 22-year tenure with DCFS, Frank has been devoted to providing support to the children and families of Los Angeles County in a culturally sensitive and respectful manner. This began in his role as a Children’s Social Worker serving the Spanish speaking and English speaking population, as well as in his subsequent oversight of a unit of Children’s Social Workers in the capacity of supervisor.
Frank has served as a manager with DCFS for 13 years. Senior manager appointments have included Regional Administrator over the South County line operations in Lakewood, as well as the Emergency Response Command Post, the Multi-Agency Response Team, the Skid Row program and the Runaway Outreach program. The Emergency Response Command Post is the only 24/7 operation serving all of Los Angeles County that responds to child abuse referrals after traditional working hours, on weekends, and on holidays. Frank has been the Covina and El Monte Regional Administrator since September 2014.
Frank graduated from California State University, Dominguez Hills with a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Psychology and he also received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of California at Riverside.