CEO/Executive Director

Danielle Vandegriff

A native of Zanesville, Danielle is an alumna of The Ohio State University where she completed undergraduate degrees in Political Science and International Studies Security and Intelligence.  Prior to taking this new role, Vandegriff served as the Chief Legislative Officer for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ (ODNR) where she advocated on behalf of ODNR to local governments, the Ohio General Assembly, the Governor’s Office, and the U.S. Congress. Her previous positions include Director of Business Development and Government Relations at Columbus Springs, and Regional Director for U.S. Representative Steve Stivers.  


Danielle is passionate about serving child victims of abuse and growing the Children’s Advocacy Center movement.  In her spare time Danielle enjoys volunteering and spending time outside with her dogs Lincoln Oliver and Theodore Thomas.


Director of Data & Innovative Techniques

Seth Boughton, MSW

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 continued his graduate coursework and professional study with 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.


Director of Statewide Programming

Celeste Prince

Celeste is an alumna of Marietta College where she completed undergraduate degrees in Psychology and International Leadership Studies as well as a graduate degree in Psychology. She is currently working on a PhD in International Psychology through the Chicago School of Professional Psychology with a concentration in trauma services. She previously worked with Washington County Children Services as a protective caseworker for traditional, alternative, and specialized cases of child abuse and neglect and forensic interviewer. She also worked at Nationwide Children’s Hospital as a forensic interviewer and trafficked and exploited youth caseworker. 


Celeste is passionate about serving child victims of abuse and is very excited to be working on the ONCAC prevention program with the support of Ohio Children’s Trust Fund and Harcum House, to provide trainings on child abuse and neglect identification to rural communities in Ohio through the Darkness to Light Stewards of Change training program.