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The Harris County Juvenile Probation Department (HCJPD) provides supervision and services to youth between the ages of 10 and 17, who are under the jurisdiction of the Juvenile Court. HCJPD is the largest juvenile probation department in Texas with approximately 1,100 employees and over 6,600 youth referred to the department annually. HCJPD programs and services operate under the direction of the Harris County Juvenile Board.

Leadership Team

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Henry Gonzales, MSExecutive Director320 x 380
2/11/2021 7:19 AMApprovedLeadership
Henry has been with Harris County for more than 30 years. He started his career here with Pre-Trial Services and began his tenure with Harris County Juvenile Probation Department (HCJPD) as a diversion officer in the intake division.

He eventually moved to the field services division of the department as a field officer, gang liaison and resource-training officer. As administrator in this division, he managed a specialized unit that included enhanced supervision programs such as a community-based Special Needs/Mental Health Diversionary Program, aftercare and gang and sex offender supervision units.

Henry is engaged in the communities he works in and has served on various boards and advisory committees, including the school board of a local charter school.

Henry used this experience in his role as the Deputy Director of the department’s Education Services Division, which is responsible for the department’s Excel Academy Charter School campuses and the Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program. In 2010, Henry became the Assistant Executive Director of HCJPD. He was appointed Executive Director in 2018.
Diana Quintana, Ph.DAssistant Executive Director320 x 380
2/26/2021 6:32 PMApprovedLeadership
Dr. Diana Quintana has over 20 years of experience in the development, implementation, and coordination of behavioral and mental health services for children and adolescents. She also has extensive experience working with community organizations to develop innovative programs and approaches to more effectively address gaps in services throughout the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department.

Dr. Quintana started working in conjunction with HCJPD in 1994 as the Chief Psychologist for the Child and Adolescent Forensic Unit. She formally started working with the department in 2001 and, since that time, she served as the Deputy Director for Health Services and the Residential Services Divisions before moving to her current position as Assistant Executive Director.
Janie Moreno, MBADeputy Director of Budget/Financial Services320 x 380
11/9/2021 9:42 AMApprovedLeadership
Janie Moreno joined the Juvenile Probation Department in 2003 with staff services in the Field Services Division while she was pursuing her Bachelors degree in Business Administration. Upon completing her degree, Janie joined the Education Services Division as a Budget Assistant supporting the department’s Excel Academy Charter School and the Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program. Ms. Moreno subsequently moved to the department’s Budget Division in the same capacity eventually becoming the Assistant Deputy Director. In 2015, she became the Deputy Director of Budget.
Steven Willing, MPADeputy Director Youth Diversion and Development320 x 380
11/9/2021 9:37 AMApprovedLeadership
Steve has been with the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department (HCJPD) for over 20 years. He started his tenure in 1999 as a juvenile probation officer in the Field Services Division, working in a specialized unit providing enhanced supervision and services with both the residential aftercare program and the sex offender program. He then moved to the Intake/Court Service’s Division and served as a Court Liaison to all the field units and residential facilities working closely with the District Court Juvenile Judges and District Attorney’s office. During this time, he also served as the Inter-County Transfer Officer.

While working for Harris County, Steve attended the University of Houston in the evenings and received a Master’s Degree in Public Administration in 2011. Putting into practice many of the principals learned in that program, he then served as the Administrator of both the Intensive Supervision Program (ISP), and then the Court Services Unit. In 2015, Steve was appointed the Assistant Deputy Director and then Deputy Director of the Intake/Court Service’s Division. In 2019, he returned to Community Based Services as Deputy Director, now known as the Youth Diversion and Development Division, overseeing youth placed on several diversion programs at the Diversion and Intervention Unit, and youth placed on probation in the community at five regular field units, as well as three specialized units; gang, mental health and serious offender supervision units.
Olivia McGill, Ph.DDeputy Director of Health Services320 x 380
11/5/2021 10:28 AMApprovedLeadership
Olivia D. McGill is a licensed psychologist that currently serves as the Deputy Director of Health Services for the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department. Prior to that, she served as the psychologist for the Mental Health Court and GIRL’s Court program for the juvenile probation department. Olivia has enjoyed working with adolescents for over twenty years. Dr. McGill began working with youth in a grant-funded program within the urban schools in Saint Louis, then moved to Texas and worked with juvenile delinquents placed at the Texas Juvenile Justice Department (TJJD) Al Price facility. Following that, she spent seven years working for the Mental Health and Mental Retardation Authority (MHMRA) in the Juvenile Forensic Department at Harris County Juvenile Probation. In her current role, Dr. McGill helps to shape the process and procedures of the specialty courts, mental health programs, and medical department.
Julie Pruitt, MBADeputy Director of Education Services320 x 380
2/26/2021 6:32 PMApprovedLeadership
Julie Pruitt taught elementary school for 3 years in Cy-Fair ISD and 2 years in Conroe ISD at which time Julie left the education field to pursue her master’s degree as well as work in the family business.  Julie has worked with the Harris County JJAEP program since July of 2004. First as the Human Resource Director for The Brown Schools, who contracted with Harris County Juvenile Probation Department to provide education services for the JJAEP as well as the Excel Academy Charter School until Juvenile Probation took over both programs in 2005. Then, in September of 2005 she became a principal at one of the Excel Academies Charter School campuses. In 2008 Julie become the Assistant Deputy Director of Administration and Operations with Education Services where she oversaw the operations of the JJAEP as well as the charter school. Then in 2011, she was appointed the Deputy Director Education Services Division.
Matthew Shelton, Ph.DDeputy Director of Residential Services320 x 380
2/26/2021 6:32 PMApprovedLeadership
Matt has been with Harris County for more than 15 years. Prior to working directly for the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department (HCJPD), he worked with the department as a post-doctoral fellow with the MHMRA Juvenile Forensic Unit conducting forensic psychological assessments for the Courts. He began his career with HCJPD working in the newly formed Mental Health Services Division which eventually grew to include medical and became known as the Health Services Division.

Matt supervised the Psychological Services unit in detention, the community-based Special Needs/Mental Health Diversionary Program, the Psychological Stabilization Unit, and the Medical department. Matt then became Deputy Director over Administrative Services, which included Human Resources, Payroll, Research, and Information Technology. Matt continues to serve as part of the departments research committee and is involved in bringing new technology into the department.

In 2019, Matt became the Deputy Director over Residential Services where he brought his history of working in mental health and organizational operations to help redefine the role of secure facilities within the department by making them more therapeutic. He currently oversees the operations of Juvenile Detention Center along with the departments two post-adjudicated facilities.
Marilyn Broussard Webb, MPADeputy Director of Human Resources320 x 380
11/5/2021 10:29 AMApprovedLeadership
Marilyn has been with the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department for over 33 years holding various leadership positions along the way. She has an array of diverse experience including time spent working in the Residential Services Division as a Child Care Worker, Unit Supervisor, and an Administrator.

Marilyn worked in the Human Resources Division as an Administrator and Assistant Deputy Director. During this time she was directly responsible for managing Payroll and Personnel Services.

Other roles included working in what was then known as the Field Services Division as a Juvenile Probation Officer, Administrator, Assistant Deputy Directory, and Deputy Director.

Marilyn later served as Deputy Director of Diversion and Intervention overseeing several Diversion Programs aimed at diverting youth from further involvement in the Juvenile Justice System. As of April 2021, Marilyn assumed leadership of our Human Resources Division as Deputy Director. Her primary responsibilities include executive guidance and oversight of our three, primary Human Resource functions: Personnel, Training, and Payroll.
Bianca Malveaux, MPADeputy Director of Intake and Court Services320 x 380
2/26/2021 6:37 PMApprovedLeadership
Bianca has been with Harris County Juvenile Probation twenty-one years. She began her career as a Probation Officer working in the Intake Unit. Following her time in Intake, she spent several years working in other areas of the department including, the Pre-Adjudication Team, where she worked as a PAT Officer, assisting with the coordination of the Junior League volunteers, the Court Unit, the Placement Unit and in the Human Resources Division as an HR Specialist. In 2007, she was promoted to Court Supervisor where she supervised both Court and PAT Officers. In 2011, she returned to Human Resources and was appointed as the Assistant Deputy Director of Administrative Services. In 2019, she made yet another return to the Intake and Court Services Division, and in 2020 she was appointed Deputy Director of the Intake and Court Services Division.

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