Andrew Oliver, MSSW
Executive Director
BASW, University of Kentucky; MSSW, University of Louisville, Kent School of Social Work. Andrew comes to Pat's Place from Lexington, KY where he was the Executive Director of the Children's Advocacy Center of the Bluegrass for five years. Under Andrew's leadership, service provision increased by more than 70% and the Center received numerous national awards and distinctions.

Ann Glaser, MSW, LCSW
Director of Clinical Services
BSW, Western Michigan University; MSW, State University of New York/Buffalo. Ann spent the last 10 years as the Coordinator and Interviewer for the greater Hartford area (Connecticut) MDT/CAC where she was also active in numerous statewide efforts to further the CAC mission. Prior to that Ann held positions serving children & families in various mental and physical health care settings, schools and private practice.
Darci Powell, MA, PhD
Forensic Interviewer
B.A. in Sociology/English from Williams College; M.A. and Ph.D. from theUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Sociology, with a minorPublic Policy. Darci previously served as Program Supervisor at ThompsonChild and Family Focus in Charlotte and as a Mental Health Assistant in daytreatment programs in California. She also has previous researchexperience as a postdoctoral research fellow at the Philip R. Lee Institutefor Health Policy Studies.
Janet Harmon, MSW
Director of Prevention and Education
B.A. Liberal Studies/Elementary Education, Occidental College; Master of Social Work, San Diego State University. Janet has experience in prevention, intervention, treatment and family support services with various organizations including mental health, child protective services, Florida's Child Protection Team in Jacksonville, Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, Phoenix Children's Hospital and Council for Children's Rights.
Janice Melo
Intake Social Worker
BSW from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Janice's previous experience includes jail/re-entry social work at the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office at Jail Central.
Jenny Cianciolo, MSW, LCSW
CHAT Therapist
B.A. Sociology/Social Work, Augusta College; MSW, University of South Carolina. Jenny previously worked as a Child and Family Therapist at the ChildSafe Center-CAC in Winchester, Virginia where she obtained national certification in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and completed the collaborative training in Alternatives-for-Families Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AF-CBT). Prior to this Jenny held clinical and supervisory positions in various mental health settings to include adolescent and adult community-based mental health, elementary school-based therapeutic day-treatment, outpatient community mental health and inpatient psychiatric treatment centers.
Kelli Wood, MSW, LCSW
Forensic Interviewer
B.S. Sociology at Georgia State University; Master of Social Work at Clark Atlanta University. Prior to relocating to Charlotte, Kelli worked as a Forensic Specialist at The Stephanie V. Blank Child Advocacy Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Kelli's experience includes work as an after-hours emergency room social worker providing assessment and crisis intervention services to children and families. She has been a frequent guest lecturer at Georgia State University's MSW Program discussing Child Maltreatment and Forensic Social Work.
Kelly Navarro
Development and Communications Associate

Lori Avery
Director of Development
Markia Hearst, MSW
Family Advocate
BSW from South Carolina State University; Master of Social Work at University of South Carolina. Markia has child advocacy experience serving as a MDT coordinator, forensic interviewer, and therapist. She has also worked in crisis intervention at a domestic violence shelter.

Pediatric Resource Center

Ann Walsh, LPN
Clinical Assistant
B.A. in psychology from Ohio University, Licensed Practical Nurse in the state of North Carolina since 2008. Ann's previous work experience includes home health nursing for pediatric patients.
Patricia D. Morgan, MD
Medical Director
B.S. Howard University; M.D. from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) – New Jersey Medical School; Pediatric Residency – UMDNJ – Newark, NJ; Pediatric Chief Resident. Previously, Dr. Morgan worked at one of the four NJ Regional Child Abuse Diagnostic and Treatment Centers for nine years, with the last three as Medical Director. She has served as Chair of the Essex County Child Fatality Team (Newark, NJ) and as Board Member and Chapter President of the NJ Chapter of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC).  Dr. Morgan is also the medical director of the Child Maltreatment Section at Levine Children's Hospital. She presently serves on the Board of the NC chapter of APSAC.
Stephanie Kwon, MD
Medical Provider
B.S. from Wake Forest University. M.D. from Medical University of South Carolina. Pediatric Residency at Carolinas Medical Center.