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Our Team

Children’s Advocacy Centers of Georgia, Inc. 

State Office

 

Aleks Jagiella-Litts, JD/MBA, CEO and General Counsel

Aleks Jagiella-Litts serves as the Chief Executive Officer and General Counsel for Children’s Advocacy Centers of Georgia (CACGA). She provides oversight and direction to the planning, development, and management of the daily operation of the state Chapter and oversees all CACGA services and activities. Ms. Jagiella-Litts graduated from University of Tennessee – Chattanooga where she completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology.  Ms. Jagiella-Litts also graduated from Stetson University College of Law with a JD/MBA and continued her legal training to become a certified mediator and qualified arbitrator.  Immediately prior to coming to the CACGA, Ms. Jagiella-Litts was the Executive Director and a Forensic Interviewer for the Children’s Advocacy Center of the Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit.

Heidi Reese-Anderson, M. Ed., Director of Program Services

Heidi Reese-Anderson is currently serving as the Director of Program Services for the Children’s Advocacy Centers of Georgia (CACGA). She is responsible for assisting the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in managing the CAC membership program from membership application through the approvaNl process, maintaining effective programs, and providing technical assistance and training opportunities for member centers, multidisciplinary team members, and partnering agencies.  Ms. Reese-Anderson graduated from Florida A&M University (1994-2000) where she completed both her Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Psychology and Secondary Education with a specialization in Mental Health Counseling.

Tracy Lewis-Martin, Director of Grants and Operations

Tracy Lewis-Martin is the CACGA Director or Grants and Operations.  She is responsible for managing and implementing incoming grant awards, contracting, required reporting, and other administrative functions.  This includes developing strategies to optimize the grant and contract management process in order to support CACGA’s evolving needs, particularly in light of increased grant volume and complexity.  Tracy previously was the first-ever Executive Director of the Carroll County Children’s Advocacy Centers in Carrollton, Georgia before coming to CACGA.

Kendra  Martin, B.S., Office Manager

 

Naeemah Frazier, 

The 2019 CAC Georgia Board of Directors

Executive Committee

Amy Boney, Board Chair
Lighthouse Children’s Advocacy Center
Americus

Gail Garland, Secretary
SafePath Children’s Advocacy Center
Marietta

Mark Smith, Treasurer
Power House for Kids
Toccoa

Board Members

Nancy Burgess
A Child’s Voice Children’s Advocacy Center
Social Circle

Alan Cook
University of Georgia School of Law
Athens

Samantha DeFranks
Children’s Tree House
Columbus

Paul B. Freeman, M.S., L.P.C.
Consultant (Crime Victim Services)
Atlanta

Amy B. Greenway,
LongView Wealth Management
Loganville

Francey Hakes, Esq.
Francey Hakes Consulting
Atlanta

Yameika Head, M.D.
Crescent House
Macon

Sally Sheppard
The Cottage Sexual Assault Center and Children’s Advocacy Center
Athens

Scott Simpkins
Simpkins Forestland Investments, LLC
Social Circle

Stephanie Woodard, Esq.
Solicitor, Hall County Solicitor’s Office
Gainesville

Children’s Advocacy Centers throughout the state of Georgia provide tremendous professional opportunities for individuals interested in a career in the non-profit sector focusing on child abuse and related services. Each local CAC is an independent organization with its own governing entity and, therefore, its own employment criteria and policies. The Children’s Advocacy Centers of Georgia routinely posts employment opportunities here as a service to our member centers. If you have questions pertaining to the postings, please contact the local center directly.

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