John holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Central Michigan University in Community Development with an emphasis in Community Services. He comes to the IM SAFE CAC with a commitment and experience in advocating for children in court proceedings with child victims who have experienced abuse and neglect. He has a passion for Forensic Interviewing and helping victims have their voices heard. John and his wife have four little ones, whom they enjoy doing just about anything together - whether it be cooking dinner, riding their horse, or traveling to a new adventure. He is also working with their new addition of a Goldendoodle named Harley towards becoming a Certified Therapy Dog.
IM SAFE CAC BOARD
Andrea Krause, President - Montcalm County Prosecutor
Kyle Butler, Vice President - Ionia County Prosecutor
Jennifer Butler, Treasurer - RAVE Executive Director
Jim Loser, Secretary - Ionia County ISD Assistant Superintendent Special Education
Mary Ellen Clery - We Care for Kids Council Executive Director
Esther Combs - Montcalm County ISD, Homeless Grant Coordinator, Spec Ed
Dale Miller - Ionia County Sheriff
Tammy Quillan - Montcalm Care Network Executive Director
Michelle Seigo - Ionia/Montcalm Department of Health and Human Services Director
Jacquelyn Stasiak - Michigan State Police Detective and Community Member
Kevin Sweeney - Michigan State Police Post Commander
Mike Williams - Montcalm County Sheriff
Executive Director/Intake Coordinator
The founding director of the IM SAFE CAC, as well as the former Chief Assistant Prosecutor of the Ionia County Prosecutor's Office. Lori took the position of Director/Intake Coordinator in October of 2017 as a way to meet her passion to help improve the lives of children. She enjoys working with a multi-disciplinary team committed to this task. Lori holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Indiana University and Juris Doctor Degree from Michigan State University College of Law. She is the proud mother of three children.
Kiley holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology as well as a Masters of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Central Michigan University. She has experience as a mental health therapist in home-based services as well as specialized training in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Infant Mental Health. Kiley is passionate in helping families and children in need. She lives in Ionia County with her husband and three cats, Gabby, Murphy, and their new addition, Barley.
Kiley Johnson, LPC
Katie is a graduate of Central Michigan University (Fire Up Chips!) with a Bachelors Degree in Family Studies. Katie developed a passion for working with children when she interned with Midland County’s Safe and Sound Child Advocacy Center. She saw the important work that was done by Child Advocacy Centers and knew this is where she needed to be. Katie lives in Montcalm County with her cat, Frankie.