|Moving Beyond Case Review: The Role of the MDT Facilitator
|Sue Ascione (NRCAC), Vicky Gwiasda (WRCAC), Greg Flett (SRCAC)
Brief Overview: This recorded resource presentation is based on a collaborative project of the four Regional Children's Advocacy Centers to develop a conceptual model for MDT leadership. A Regional panel will present information from a recently published TTA Brief, "Beyond Case Review: The Value of the Team Facilitator in the Multidisciplinary Team/Children's Advocacy Center Model," and discuss data from a recent inventory of professionals who currently serve in MDT leadership roles.
Expert Presenters: Sue Ascione (NRCAC), Vicky Gwiasda (WRCAC), Greg Flett (SRCAC)
Sue Ascione is currently a Training Specialist with the Northeast Regional Children’s Advocacy Center (NRCAC). She has served for 30 + years in the field of family violence as a direct service provider and administrator to victims of child sexual abuse and domestic violence, including her 15 years as the executive director of the CAC in Lawrence County, PA.
Vicky Gwiasda is currently the Program Manager of the Western Regional Children’s Advocacy Center (WRCAC), which is based out of the Chadwick Center in San Diego, California. She has more than 25 years of executive leadership experience in public and not-for-profit organizations at the national, state and local levels, with a focus on building safe, healthy and equitable homes and communities. Immediately prior to joining WRCAC five years ago, she spent 10 years as the Executive Director of CALICO, the CAC serving Oakland, California and the surrounding area.
Greg Flett is the Senior Project Specialist at the Southern Regional CAC, based out of the National Children’s Advocacy Center. He has worked within the CAC/MDT world for over 12 years and focuses primarily on developing and providing training and technical assistance to MDTs and Team Facilitators. Greg believes that through effective facilitation and improved collaboration MDTs can dramatically improve outcomes for children and families.
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