Tia has been with the CHCAC since May 2017. She is the family advocate, which means that she is the person who has the most contact with clients and is in charge of helping families obtain different services throughout the county. When Tia isn’t at the CHCAC, she is coaching volleyball, playing with dogs and binging on Netflix. She is the middle of 5 children and her parents own a restaurant in Owego, NY. The worst thing she ever did as a child was call 911 on her oldest brother because he wouldn’t let her get a drink from the water fountain.
Jamie has been with the CHCAC since January 2017. As a Forensic Interviewer, Jamie loves being able to talk with courageous kids and listen to their stories. As a Program Coordinator, she enjoys managing the schedules, intakes, and details that make the CAC function efficiently. When not at work, Jamie loves reading, glamping, kayaking, and hiking local trails. At heart, she is a hipster and can be found in local coffee shops reading good books and drinking vanilla lattes.
Katy has been with the CHCAC since 2014. She has held almost every position within the child advocacy center. In April 2017, she graciously accepted the role of Executive Director. She brings years of experience and has acquired all the necessary skills needed to be the CHCAC’s “chaos coordinator” and provides a strong voice on behalf of the children in our community. When Katy is not running day to day operations at the CAC, she is an avid sports fan, a die hard soccer mom and a proud supporter of Amazon Prime.
Board of Directors
The CHCAC is governed by a Board of Directors that establishes governance and accountability; ensures financial sustainability; and provides overall direction to the organization. Board members are community members who volunteer their time and service.
If you are interested in applying for Board membership, please contact the Executive Director.
Anthony Morelli, Board President
Steve Gobble, Vice President
William Clark, Treasurer
Tim Cahill, Secretary
Members at Large
Dr. Amy Martell