sheila hancock, ma
Sheila is a Content Specialist on both the CalTrin and CEBC initiatives. In this role, she contributes to the writing and editing of training and research content, collaborates on creation of marketing materials, and manages all aspects of social media. An optimist, Sheila believes that challenges make life interesting, but helping others to overcome those challenges makes life meaningful. She is passionate about helping to create a brighter future for youth and their families.
Dana Jarzynka, MA
As a Training Coordinator for CalTrin, Dana develops and curates training tailored to the needs of California child abuse prevention organizations, especially FRCs and CAPCs. Her work has included driving high quality, accessible services by building and maintaining processes and metrics; creating and supporting effective teams; and developing strong relationships with partner agencies. Dana draws inspiration from the potential to create lasting positive change for children and families, as well as from many people – both parents and professionals – with whom she has worked, who have shown passion, talent, and vision to improve children’s lives.
Jessica Mattly, MBA
As a Training Coordinator for CalTrin, Jessica’s primary goal is to ensure staff, administrators, and stakeholders working in child abuse prevention services have access to quality training and resources. Her work in the area of Training and Development has focused on designing, implementing, and facilitating engaging and interactive learning programs. Jessica has a passion for public speaking, and creating a safe and engaging learning environment.
content & design specialist
Megan is a Content & Design Specialist at CalTrin. In her role, she leads the design, development, and implementation of all branding, print and electronic media, and marketing materials across CalTrin and several grant-funded projects at the Chadwick Center, including the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare (CEBC) and the Western Regional Child Advocacy Center (WRCAC). Megan feels grateful for the unique opportunity to use her design skills to help children and families.
Jennifer rolls reutz, mph
Jennifer is the Director of both CalTrin and the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare (CEBC). In this role, she oversees day-to-day operations of both projects, and is responsible for their delivery and overall success. Her experiences as a foster and adoptive parent have allowed her to see multiple sides of the child welfare and behavioral health systems, and encouraged her belief in the power of natural supports, prevention and early intervention, data-driven decision making, and second chances.
Bessie is the Administrative Associate for CalTrin. In this role, she supports all administrative functions for the project, as well as manages data entry for the CalTrin website. She is a highly-organized administrative professional with over 20 years of experience. Bessie’s inspiration to work in child welfare comes from her family’s deep ties to the medical field. Her nieces are doctors and nurses, and her son is a respiratory therapist. They are all heroes to Bessie, and she admires their hard work and dedication.