Meet the Team

Our passionate and experienced team cares about finding the right transportation for anyone in need!

Stacie Morales

Chief Executive Officer
Stacie Morales joined MOVE in August of 2013, as the Program Manager of MOVE, the designated CTSA in Stanislaus County, California. Stacie has over 12 years’ experience in the transit industry. In addition, she has over 26 years’ experience in business, marketing and mobility management projects. In October 2017, Stacie was promoted to Chief Executive Officer of MOVE, as it became an independent non-profit organization. Stacie works closely with social service agencies to ensure that prospective consumers’ transportation needs are met.

She has extensive experience creating partnerships with local human service agencies to proactively address transportation issues with seniors and persons with disabilities. Stacie is an active member of her community. She has served 8 years on local school boards. She is currently a member of CalACT, the Commission on Aging and the chair for the Social Service Transportation Advisory Council (SSTAC). She is extremely passionate about assisting senior, individuals with disabilities and veterans to find the best transportation to meet their needs.
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Hayley Vieyra

Director of Mobility Services
Hayley C. Vieyra is Director of Mobility Services for MOVE Stanislaus Transportation in Modesto CA. Ms. Vieyra graduated in 2013 with a Master of Counseling in Marriage and Family Therapy and minor in Social Work. Ms. Vieyra’s passion is working with children and adults with disabilities. Moreover, Ms. Vieyra actively participates in her community, including pro bono advocacy for special education children in meetings for Individualized Educational Plans (IEP). Ms. Vieyra joined MOVE in 2019 where she has focused on building a culture of engagement, operational excellence, and innovations to serve adults and individuals with disability in the area of transportation. Prior to Ms. Vieyra joining MOVE, she worked with Central Valley Training Center as Regional Director of Operations serving adults with disabilities and Luther Immigration Services as a Social Worker for Crisis Services.
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Laura Coutrakis

Executive Administrative Assistant
Joined MOVE in 2019
Laura Coutrakis is MOVE’s Executive Assistant. Her various duties are primarily focused on the administration and organization of MOVE’s documentation and financial records. She is a key member of our team providing continuing support to the management team as well as organizing and developing procedures as our programs continue to grow. She has spent over 15 years volunteering with seniors and Alzheimer’s patients, conducting activities to help them keep their minds focused. Laura decided to join MOVE in 2019 for the opportunity to support people in our community to obtain the resources they need to lead full lives. What she enjoys most about working at MOVE is working with a team devoted to helping others. She is a kind and caring person who, in her spare time enjoys spending time with her family, painting, music, and games.
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Kristin Bragg

Lead BRIDGES/VetsVan Coordinator
Joined MOVE in 2019
Kristin Bragg is our Lead VetsVan and BRIDGES Coordinator. She supports disabled Veterans by scheduling their transportation to and from their medical appointments in our VetsVan fleet vehicles, as well and overseeing our BRIDGES program to ensure that our clients receive their gas reimbursement payments. Kristin joined MOVE in 2019 for the opportunity to help others and make a difference in their lives. What she loves the most about working at MOVE is the connections she has made with our VetsVan volunteers who continually dedicate their time to help serve our Veterans. Kristin’s kind heart and fun spirit show her genuine appreciation of being able to serve the Veterans, seniors and persons with disabilities in Stanislaus County. In her spare time she enjoys going on adventures with her children.
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Sara Nunez

BRIDGES Coordinator
Joined MOVE in 2022
Sara Nunez is our BRIDGES Coordinator. She spends her days assisting clients and qualifying them for MOVE’s BRIDGES program which provides gas reimbursement to qualifying Stanislaus County residents. Sara shared that she decided to join MOVE in 2022 when she “felt that MOVE is a company that truly loves their community”. She is happy to be a part of an organization that genuinely impacts life in our community. Sara has a special place in her heart for seniors, feeling we could all learn and grow just by interacting with them. What she enjoys most about her work is knowing the BRIDGES program allows seniors and persons with disabilities to get out and enjoy life!
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Sonia Daclan

MOVE Volunteer Coordinator
Joined MOVE in 2019
Sonia Daclan is our MOVE Volunteer Coordinator. She monitors and supports several of our MOVE programs including the PASS Program, VOGO, and the Stanislaus Eligibility Center. Ms. Daclan chose to join MOVE in 2019 knowing she could make a positive impact in our community. Sonia is a valuable and dedicated member of our team, who truly enjoys being able to help everyone. Sonia has spent many years advocating for the autism community and working to implement adaptive sports programs. What she enjoys most about working at MOVE is helping make people’s lives easier to manage. Sonia likes being physically active, jogging, working-out, and most days she enjoys being at the baseball field with her family.
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Alicia Rodriguez

Travel Trainer
Joined MOVE in 2014
Alicia Rodriguez is one of our Travel Trainers. She joined MOVE 2014. As MOVE has grown, Alicia has been involved in many aspects of our organization. As a Travel Trainer she spends most of her time helping Stanislaus County residents learn the fixed bus routes and time schedules which gives them independence through travel. Alicia joined MOVE because she loves to help her community and loves working with people with disabilities, so MOVE was a perfect fit. Alicia came to us with eleven years of experience working in adult day programs, her heart has always been dedicated to helping others and improving their quality of life! She is a genuine team member who enjoys baking, crafting, and walking on beautiful trails in her free time.
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Jasmine Barnes

Travel Trainer
Joined MOVE in 2021
Jasmine Barnes is one of our MOVE Travel Trainers. She assists county residents in getting familiar with the fixed bus routes available within the county. Ensuring that her clients can find the correct route and time schedules to take public transit to their daily activities giving them freedom through independent travel. Jasmine decided to join MOVE in 2021 for the opportunity to help people become more independent. She has worked for over eight years with disabled persons through day programs and care homes, which is where she discovered her passion for helping others and the joy of watching them grow. Jasmine is a warm and caring person, who enjoys hiking and painting.
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Claudia Yepez

Transit Resource Specialist
Joined MOVE in 2021
Claudia Yepez is one of MOVE’s Transit Resource Specialists. She conducts ADA Paratransit eligibility interviews for our Stanislaus Eligibility Center. Claudia joined MOVE in 2021 after working for over ten years assisting seniors and those with disabilities in assisted living environments. Claudia is a loving person who feels happiest when she is able to serve her community and see that others needs are met. What she enjoys most about working at MOVE is seeing our work making a difference in the lives of others. In her free time Claudia enjoys nature, music, and being with her family.
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Vestyn Ensign

Transit Resource Specialist
Joined MOVE in 2018
Vestyn Ensign is one of our Transit Resource Specialists. He conducts ADA Paratransit eligibility interviews as a vital member of our Stanislaus Eligibility Center. Vestyn has a passion to help people achieve their goals and maintain their independence. He came to us with ten years of experience working with adults and youth with disabilities. Vestyn joined MOVE back in 2018 and is grateful to have found an opportunity to serve Veterans, seniors, and disabled members of Stanislaus County to find transportation options that give them access to the greater community. What he enjoys most about MOVE is working with a team that is passionate about helping people and supportive of one another. In his free time, he enjoys movies, researching history and spending time with friends.
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Would you like to join MOVE Stanislaus?

Looking for an exciting opportunity that offers more than a just paycheck? If you enjoy working with people and giving back to the community, then MOVE is the right place for you!