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HIPPY USA Supports Community Development in Special Feature

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Matthew Bellew

Development and Outreach Director
mbellew@hippyusa.org
501.537.7729

The Development and Outreach Director serves a significant role in the strategic direction and successful implementation of the organization’s framework, including innovations, adaptations and opportunities. This position also works across the national and international network to effectively build and contribute to a narrative that will advance HIPPY’s future impact.

Staci Croom-Raley

Executive Director
scr@hippyusa.org
501.537.7727

The Executive Director leads the work of HIPPY USA and has overall responsibilities for the implementation of strategic and operational goals. In addition, works closely with the Board of Trustees, leads all fund development efforts, and represents the organization in national and international forums.

Robert Garcia, M.Ed. T.

Regional Field Operations Specialist
rgarcia@hippyusa.org
817.233.8832

The Regional Field Operations Specialist is responsible for supporting training, technical assistance and program operations across the HIPPY USA network of sites with federal funding in the state of Texas.

Shaqwunna Hancock

Office Assistant
shancock@hippyusa.org
501.537.6245

The Office Assistant provides highly organized and detailed administrative support to the national office staff.

Jennifer Henk, PhD

Director of Education and Research
jhenk@hippyusa.org  
501.537.7731

The Director of Education and Research is responsible for quality implementation of the HIPPY model for a multi-site national organization. The Director will drive the continuous improvement of HIPPY programs by overseeing fidelity monitoring, identifying and promoting best practices in the field, synthesizing research and using evaluative data to form recommendations.

Alyssa Rogers

Program and Projects Specialist
arogers@hippyusa.org  
501.537.7732

The Program and Projects Specialist is responsible for supporting quality improvement across the HIPPY USA network of sites and state offices. This includes model fidelity, accreditation procedures, measurement tool review, data reporting, training and technical assistance and research support.

Teri Todd

Director of Operations  
ttodd@hippyusa.org
501.537.7728

The Director of Operations is responsible for most aspects of HIPPY's internal operations, external relations, and supports the Executive Director with communications and public relations and strategic planning efforts.