Key Staff

Peter Caldwell, MFT
Executive Director
(925) 671-0777 ext. 104
pcaldwell@wecarechildren.org

Pete is the Executive Director at We Care overseeing all areas of operation. A Contra Costa native, Pete joined our agency in 2001 after various positions with organizations including, Sacramento County Mental Health Division, New Pathways Counseling and the Intern Counseling Program at CSU East Bay. He has taught Psychology and Human Development courses at St. Mary’s College, Diablo Valley College and continues to serve on the Chemical Dependency Certificate Faculty at CSUEB.


Barbara Langsdale

Vice President Marketing and Communications
(925) 671-0777 ext. 108
blangsdale@wecarechildren.org

Barbara is Vice President of Marketing and Communications and is responsible for We Care’s resource development and volunteer programs. She began as a volunteer in 1990 helping with the 30th anniversary event. Barbara has served on the First Five Commission, is past Chairwoman of the Concord Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and a current board member. Barbara also is involved in Contra Costa Council’s Social Responsibility committee.


Darcie Azzolini, MA

Director of Developmental Services
(925) 671-0777 ext. 226
dazzolini@wecarechildren.org

As Director of Developmental Services, Darcie is in her 10th year helping address the needs of young children through her work at We Care. Starting with the agency as an intern, she now oversees all programs addressing developmental issues. A Contra Costa native, she has spent her career focused on early intervention and devoted to instilling a family focus throughout the services we offer.


Kim Beckham, MS/MFT

Interim Director of Mental Health Services
(925) 671-0777 ext. 106
kbeckham@wecarechildren.org

Kim is in her fifth year at We Care Services For Children as Clinical Supervisor while also taking on the position of Interim Mental Health Director. Prior to joining We Care, Kim held positions with various agencies in Alameda County, including Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center and Family Paths in Oakland. Kim earned her M.S. from California State University, East Bay and her Marriage Family Therapist License in 2004. Kim is a graduate of the Harris Early Childhood Training Program and the Napa Infant Parent Mental Health Fellowship Program. Kim also holds training in the areas of Program Development and Implementation and Mid-Level Management. In addition to being a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist, Kim is endorsed as an Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist and a Reflective Practice Facilitator II, as well as a Registered Circle of Security Parent Educator.