Brad Feldman, MPA, CAE, IOM
Prior to being executive director, Brad Feldman served as president of BLF Management, an association management company. Brad also has served on the executive management team of a statewide mental health association, executive director of a statewide child advocacy association, and legislative aide for the state legislature. Brad possesses more than 25 years of non-profit, meeting planning, and government experience. In addition, he holds a master’s degree in public administration from The Ohio State University, with a concentration in strategic and human resource management. He graduated from the four-year association management program conducted by the Institute for Organizational Management. Brad is also a Certified Association Executive (CAE), the highest professional credential in the association industry, earned by less than five percent of all association professionals.
Janet Doolan, BS, BA, RA, CA
Janet Doolan, BS, BA, RA, CA, is a Registered Advocate with Senior Standing through the Ohio Advocate Network and an Advanced, Comprehensive Credentialed Advocate through the National Advocate Credentialing Program. She attained a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts in the fields of Psychology, Criminology, and Women’s Studies from The Ohio State University. She has been able to work with providers to improve best practices, trainings, resources, and victim’s rights and services throughout Ohio in the 15 years that she has been working in the advocacy field. Janet has advocated and worked with individuals within the mental health and substance abuse treatment, legal, shelter, and community systems. Janet has volunteered with the Ohio Crisis Response Team and CARE Community Trauma Response Team and is certified in the NOVA and CISM models of crisis management and psychological first aid. She has completed The Tristate Trauma Network’s Certification series as well as other trauma responsive care courses and is focused on improving trauma responsive services for victims, survivors, and providers and reducing trauma in our communities.
Director of Data & Innovative Techniques
Seth Boughton graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2008 with a BA in Psychology and completed his MSW degree in 2013. He is currently working on completing his PhD at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, School of Social Work with a focus on Innovative Human Trafficking Profiling, Intervention and Response Techniques. Prior to joining ONCAC on January, 16th 2018, he had worked as an on-call, on-site field mental health crisis professional – providing mental health screenings for youth presenting with suicidal/homicidal ideation and/or severe psychotic features. He has also served as a research intern for the National Children’s Alliance assisting in the development of their State-by-State, Regional, and National Census Reports.
Kathy O'Neill, CPA
Kathy has served as the ONCAC accountant for more than 12 years.
Director of Statewide Programming
Caitlin Bentley, BSW, LSW
Caitlin comes from Kentucky and began her career as a volunteer in Lexington with the Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center (now called Ampersand Sexual Violence Resources Center of the Bluegrass) in 2009. She went on to serve in the position of Volunteer Coordinator, after graduating from the University of Kentucky College of Social Work in 2012. She recently served as the Sexual Assault Program Manager at YWCA Dayton, after moving to Ohio in 2017. At YW Dayton she developed policies, procedures and trainings to bring YWCA into compliance with standards of accreditation as a rape crisis center.
Kellie Cripe, LMSW
Kellie Cripe was born and raised in Florida. She started her career in child maltreatment after receiving her BS in Psychology from the University of Florida. Following her undergraduate work, Kellie worked in child protective investigations for several years. Her experience in investigations lead her to pursue a MSW from Florida State University. After obtaining her MSW, Kellie continued her career in child maltreatment. The subsequent years were spent working as a forensic interviewer for a child protection team. Her time as an interviewer inspired her to learn more about the relationship of non-offending caregivers in child sexual abuse cases. Kellie went on to research this topic while a PhD student at University of Tennessee. Over the next several years she worked as an adjunct instructor at several universities and has provided supervision for numerous social work graduate students. Since relocating to Michigan in 2017 she has worked as a domestic violence survivor advocate and most recently as a crisis counselor and therapist at a child advocacy center. Kellie just led the work for re-accreditation of her center. Kellie’s passion is to improve the response to and outcome of all child sexual abuse cases and hopes to do so in partnership with child advocacy centers across Ohio.
Joanne Smith, LMSW Grants Manager/Consultant for ONCAC. Joanne comes with over 23 years’ experience in the domestic and sexual violence field while having a great understanding of managing various grants on a local, state and federal level.