Take a look at our qualifications and consider joining the board.
Members shall be a family member related to a child or youth who is or has been at-risk, who is receiving or has received system of care services.
A Board of Directors member shall be a consumer of systems of care services, or has been at-risk.
Members shall be a professional who works with children, youth consumers or families in the related field of systems of care.
Members shall have knowledge of, and interest in system of care services.
Members shall have legal and business knowledge, and an interest in system of care services.
Members shall support the goals and bylaws of the Corporation.
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If you meet the qualifications above, we would be pleased to consider your application. You can prinit it out, fill it in, and send it the adress listed.
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I currently I serve as The Executive Director for Dads MOVE. I became involved with the non-profit world as a result of my three special needs children. As I began searching for help with my children, I met many individuals from other non-profits and parent support groups. Since then, I have developed a passion for helping other parents, particularly fathers.
After gaining the needed help and support for my own children, I went to work for several non-profits and community-based groups. I began to take what I learned to help my own family, and began helping others. I am certified in many training modules, and have even authored several of my own. I have now been working in this Director capacity since 2007.
In the last six years I have become certified in over a dozen trainings and workshops. I am a Peer Certified Counselor and in 2012 received my National Peer Certification. I have also attended and presented at numerous national conferences during this time frame.
I completed my Bachelor’s degree in 2013, and I am currently earning my Master’s Degree, all with the goal of learning more so I may continue to help others in this capacity. Aside from my duties at DadsMOVE, I also serve as the Parent Advocate at one of the four C.LI.P (Children’s Long-term Inpatient Program) facilities in the state serving children with acute mental health needs