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Our Staff

Christian Rodriguez, BSW
Executive Director

Christian majored in Social Work and completed his final field placement at Trinity Center before graduating from the University of Texas at Austin in 2014. Before coming on staff he worked for a campus ministry serving college students in the Central Texas area. Christian’s desire to serve and show compassion, combined with communication and organizational skills, brought him to the center first as our Operations Coordinator, and now as our Executive Director leading our team. In his spare time Christian enjoys listening to good music, watching movies and spending time with the people he loves.

Emily Britz, LMSW
Case Management Supervisor

Emily has her Master’s degree in Social work and provides clinical case management to neighbors. She received her degree from the University of St. Thomas/St. Catherine University joint program for clinical social work in St. Paul, Minnesota. Emily is originally from Minnesota and has seven years of experience working with populations experiencing mental health, substance abuse and homelessness. In her spare time she enjoys facetiming with her friends and family back home and being outside and going for hikes.

William Day, BSW
Operations Coordinator

William earned his Bachelor’s in Social Work from the University of Texas in 2020. During his field placement, he gained social work experience through the Goodwill Excel Program with the life coach team. He assisted students with setting goals and creating plans to achieve them to ultimately obtain their diplomas. While not at the center, William enjoys cooking, watching movies, photography, collecting records, and petting his 3-year-old domestic shorthair cat, Eve.

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Eunice Garcia, BSW

Volunteer & Communications Coordinator

Eunice received her Bachelor's degree in Social Work from Texas State University in 2019 and completed her final field placement at Trinity Center, where she provided case management to our neighbors. After graduation, Eunice worked as a rehabilitation specialist for Integral Care, where she provided case management and connections to psychiatric prescribers to clients with severe mental illnesses. Born in Mexico, and raised in Austin, Eunice is able to communicate with our English and Spanish-speaking neighbors. Outside of Trinity Center, Eunice enjoys hanging out with her family and friends, dancing, boxing, and playing with her dog.


Libby Brennan

Case Manager

Libby Brennan has recently joined our Case Management team after serving as an AmeriCorps. Originally from San Francisco, Austin has been home since 2004. She has dedicated her life to serving her community from volunteering to planning and hosting donation drives and fundraisers for local organizations.  When not planning the next event or at the center, she loves to spend time with her daughter, see live music, make jewelry and travel.


Sean Campbell
Case Management Aide

Sean Campbell is currently serving as a Case Manager Aide through the Americorps "Equal Heart Program." After completing his Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Sean decided to leave the Mitten State, Michigan, and embrace the Heat of Texas! Sean plans to utilize his time in Texas by gaining real world experience in his field, strengthening his work ethic, and learning as much as he can before he makes the long journey back to Michigan to start Graduate School. In the past, he has worked primarily with youth, so working at the Trinity Center will be a great new learning process for him. He feels compelled to develop an understanding of the harsh realities people experiencing homelessness have to endure and common impediments that obstruct their path out.  During Sean's days off, you can catch him paddle boarding on Lady Bird lake, reading comics, doing yoga, or playing volleyball in the park!


Megan Koeneman
Case Management Intern

Megan is enrolled in a dual program pursuing her Masters of Divinity and Social Work at the University of Texas at Austin. Megan has previously worked with incarcerated women with charges that were byproducts of being victims of human trafficking. In her free time, Megan enjoys riding her bike and eating delicious tacos.

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Susan Cardone
Case Management Intern

Susan is working towards her Bachelor’s in Social Work at the University of Texas at Austin. Susan has experience working as a peer mentor to youth with significant life challenges and volunteering in various settings. She hopes to provide support to unhoused neighbors by meeting them exactly where they are. In her free time, Susan likes to read, bake, be outdoors, and spend time with her friends.

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