Kelley is the Program Manager for the Buckeye Ranch Common Ground program in Columbus, Ohio.The Buckeye Ranch Common Ground Program was the recipient of the 2014 Promising Practice Award from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office at the Two Days in May Conference on Victims Assistance.Kelley has worked in supervised visitation and domestic violence since 2002, including victim/child advocacy work, crisis and intake in a domestic violence shelter.
She served in the position of the Chair of the SVN Ohio Chapter in 2011-2013 and remains an active member of the chapter, providing training to its members.
As a member of the SVN Board, she participates in the Training Committee and serves as Co-Chair of the Membership and Marketing Committee.
Kelley is also a member of her local VAWA Collaboration Board and is a former member of the Grant Professionals Association.
She has earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from The Ohio State University, a Master’s degree in Education from Mount Vernon Nazarene University and is currently studying at Winebrenner Theological Seminary in Findlay, Ohio for a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
As the Director of Clinical Services at The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Katheryn Lotsos, LCSW oversees the largest Supervised Visitation Program in New York City.
Specializing in treating children who have experienced trauma, Ms.
Lotsos has over 10 years of experience with children and their families in a variety of outpatient settings. Lotsos' expertise in the area of trauma serves to inform the best-practice supervised visitation model that The NYSPCC utilizes.
She teaches and trains nationally on The NYSPCC's Supervised Visitation and Trauma Recovery Programs. Lotsos holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland's School of Social Work.
Sarah Fuhriman is the founder and Director of Precious Cargo Community Support Services, an agency supporting Aboriginal children and families by providing supervised access as well as In-Home Support.
Sarah works diligently to ensure children and families have safe visitation access while being provided strong emotional support and the necessary tools to strengthen and enhance family relationships.
Sarah's educational background is in the field of Social Work and is a registered Social Worker with the ACSW with over fourteen years’ experience working with families.