About us

The CLRC is a project of the Centreville Immigration Forum (CIF), a 501(c)3 organization Running the Center are Roberto Fernández, Director; Molly Maddra, Organizer, and a wonderful group of volunteers.



Roberto Fernández is the Director of the Centreville Labor Resource Center. Fernández served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Dominican Republic (2009-2012) where he worked in Education projects as well as a pilot partnership program with Peace Corps and Fairtrade International conducting outreach, support, and facilitation to small coffee and cacao producers. In addition, he worked in the corporate sector as a Project Manager with a large telecommunications company in Northern Virginia. Fernandez holds a B.A. in Communication from George Mason University.

Molly Maddra is the Organizer of the CLRC. She has over four years of experience working with day laborers.  Ms. Maddra holds a B.A. in Spanish and an M.A. in Global affairs from George Mason University. She is always looking for new ways to get workers involved in the community, from coordinating volunteer projects to helping workers share their stories. Her favorite project at the CLRC is the peer-led garden box project; workers always make the work fun.