Jennifer SteinExecutive Director, Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, Mark Chaffin Center for Healthy Development
B.S. 2004, Organizational Management, Palm Beach Atlantic University
M.B.A. 2010, Human Resource Management, Walden University
Jennifer Stein comes to Prevent Child Abuse Georgia after seven years of leading Prevent Child Abuse (PCA) Habersham. She identified the need for and launched the Family Resource Center of Northeast Georgia. She has more than two decades of management experience collectively in banking compliance operations, sales, and nonprofit management.
During her time at PCA Habersham, she coordinated family support and family preservation services along with the area’s first supervised visitation center. With the help of its Board of Directors and strong staff, she scaled the organization to increase its size and tripled its funding within five years, cultivating local and regional support, and expanding its service market from one to five counties via grants, state contracts and direct contributions by donors.
She is trained and certified in Parents as Teachers, Darkness to Light, Nurturing Parenting, Strengthening Families, National Family Support Network Standards, the Supervised Visitation Network’s foundation, and administrative training where professional supervised practice standards visitation and exchange services help elevate industry best practices.
Additionally, Jennifer has been involved in Georgia’s Child Abuse Prevention Treatment Act Panel (CPSAC), Georgia’s Family Support Network, Prevent Child Abuse Georgia’s Advisory Board, Georgia’s Criminal Justice Coordinating Council Strategic Planning Committee, and globally the Supervised Visitation Network as a board member and officer.
Jennifer has been married to Richard for almost 28 years; they have three grown children (Haley, Brittany and Trey), two rescue mutts and several rescue cats. She loves reading, yoga, hiking, and crafting.