Kyle Butler, President - Ionia County Prosecutor
Esther Combs, Vice President - Montcalm County ISD, Homeless Grant Coordinator, Spec Ed
Jim Loser, Secretary - Ionia County ISD Assistant Superintendent Special Education
Jenny Dinehart, Treasurer - Vice President, Independent Bank
Andrea Krause - Montcalm County Prosecutor
Charlie Noll - Ionia County Sheriff
Tammy Warner - Montcalm Care Network Executive Director
Shannon Lake - Lake Funeral Homes Owner
Michelle Seigo - Ionia/Montcalm Department of Health and Human Services Director
Jacquelyn Stasiak - Michigan State Police Detective and Community Member
Ryan Maki - Michigan State Police Lieutenant
Mike Williams - Montcalm County Sheriff
Kerry Possehn, The Right Door to Recovery, Health, and Wellness CEO
Executive Director/Intake Coordinator
Christy is a graduate of Oakland University with a Bachelor’s degree in Wellness and Health Promotion & Injury Prevention. She has a passion for people to help make their voices heard and help achieve individual and community wellness in all aspects of life. Christy has devoted numerous years as a volunteer teacher to young children. Christy is married to her husband, Dylan, and has three cats, Chocolate Chip, S’mores and Peanut.
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. In her free time, Katie likes to read and disc golf with her boyfriend. She lives in Montcalm County with her cat, Frankie.
MacKenzie is a graduate of Western Michigan University from the Master of Social Work program, with a specialization in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). She has previous internship experience offering restorative practices within schools, inpatient substance abuse treatment, and therapy for survivors at the Ottawa County Children's Advocacy Center. She has completed volunteer work with community organizations helping survivors in many different ways and continues her passionate work with the IM SAFE CAC. MacKenzie enjoys cooking, spending time outdoors, and with her cat, Sadie.
Canine Victim Advocate
Lead Forensic Interviewer
Mental Health Therapist
Julie is a graduate of Grand Rapids Community College where she obtained her Associate's degree in Business Accounting. She enjoys spending time outdoors and gardening. Julie lives in Ionia with her husband and four children.
Lead Prevention Educator
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.
Alfred is a member of the Canine Advocacy Program (CAP) and was trained by Leader Dogs for the Blind. What makes this dog different from other therapy or facility canines is the plan for this canine advocate to follow children and their families through the various processes involved in child abuse cases such as investigation, prosecution, and trauma treatment. Alfred welcomes all families that come to the CAC and comforts them before and after interviews. Alfred also helps families by providing support when they are attending court. When Alfred isn't working at the CAC he enjoys eating socks and learning new tricks at home.