TEAM

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The Marion County Child Advocacy Center Team

Our staff of experienced professionals is dedicated to helping victims of abuse find hope and healing through high-quality, evidence-based treatment services.

Michael Baker

Executive Director

Michael Baker

Executive Director

Michael graduated from Fairmont State University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in psychology. He has worked in the field of Human Services since that time. Michael has been a certified forensic interviewer since 2008 and has been trained additionally in extended forensic interview techniques.

Donna Blood

Family Advocate/Forensic Interviewer

Donna Blood

Family Advocate/Forensic Interviewer

Donna graduated from Fairmont State University in 2003 with B.S. in psychology and a minor in education. She has worked in the fields of mental health and social work since that time. Donna was certified as a forensic interviewer in 2008.

Sarra Corbin

Family Advocate/Forensic Interviewer

Sarra Corbin

Family Advocate/Forensic Interviewer

Sarra Corbin graduated from Fairmont State University in 2007 with a BS in Criminal Justice and a minor in Sociology. She joined the staff at MCCAC in December 2017 after working as a police officer for seven years with the Fairmont Police Dept. Sarra is a certified forensic interviewer and Family Advocate. When she is not helping families at the CAC she spends her time with her husband and 2 young children.

Erica Walker

Family Advocate/Forensic Interviewer

Erica Walker

Family Advocate/Forensic Interviewer

Erica graduated from West Virginia University in 2017 with a B.MDS degree in Child Development and Family Studies, Family and Youth, and Communications. She has spent 6 years in the Early Child Development Field.  Erica is a certified forensic interviewer in Child First and is also Family Advocate.

Michael Baker

Executive Director

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Michael graduated from Fairmont State University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in psychology. He has worked in the field of Human Services since that time. Michael has been a certified forensic interviewer since 2008 and has been trained additionally in extended forensic interview techniques.

Donna Blood

Family Advocate/Forensic Interviewer

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Donna graduated from Fairmont State University in 2003 with B.S. in psychology and a minor in education. She has worked in the fields of mental health and social work since that time. Donna was certified as a forensic interviewer in 2008.

Sarra Corbin

Family Advocate/Forensic Interviewer

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Sarra Corbin graduated from Fairmont State University in 2007 with a BS in Criminal Justice and a minor in Sociology. She joined the staff at MCCAC in December 2017 after working as a police officer for seven years with the Fairmont Police Dept. Sarra is a certified forensic interviewer and Family Advocate. When she is not helping families at the CAC she spends her time with her husband and 2 young children.

Erica Walker

Family Advocate/Forensic Interviewer

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Erica graduated from West Virginia University in 2017 with a B.MDS degree in Child Development and Family Studies, Family and Youth, and Communications. She has spent 6 years in the Early Child Development Field.  Erica is a certified forensic interviewer in Child First and is also Family Advocate.

The Marion County Child Advocacy Center Board Of Directors

Brian Stewart

Board Co-Chair

Brian Stewart

Board Co-Chair

 Brian is a 10-year veteran of the United States Marine Corp.  He is one of the founding members of the Marion County Child Advocacy Center (MCCAC).  Brian is currently the Co-Chair of the MCCAC Board.  He is a certified forensic interviewer.  After twenty-one years, Brian retired from the Fairmont Police Department with the rank of Lieutenant and is presently the Program Manager of Vacant Buildings for the City of Fairmont.

Larry Buckland

Board Co-Chair

Larry Buckland

Board Co-Chair

 Larry is currently the pastor at LIFE United Methodist Church and has been in that role since 2006. Larry is currently the Co-Chair of the MCCAC Board. As a student at WVU and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Larry found his passion for community work. His desire to serve and connect has led to him serving on various boards in the community.
In addition to community service, the great loves of Pastor Larry’s life are his wife Christi, son Trey, and daughter Catherine Grace who all inspire him daily.

Swapna King

Swapna King

Swapna is currently employed at the WVUM Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute. She has more than 23 years of experience working with behavioral medicine teams. Swapna has helped facilitate statewide community collaborations and coordinated the building of resources for private and public agencies, in addition to providing access to services supporting the delivery of behavioral medicine services for children and families throughout West Virginia. Prior to that, she was employed with the Dept. of Health and Human Resources as a Social Service Worker III and has been a volunteer with the MCCAC since 2005.  Swapna graduated from Fairmont State University and lives in Fairmont with her family.

Lea Anne Hawkins

Lea Anne Hawkins

Kelley Moran

Kelley Moran

Dave Wolford

Dave Wolford

Kandice Pudsell

Kandice Pudsell

Emily Brown

Emily Brown

Christina Mulligan

Christina Mulligan

Brian Stewart

Board Co-Chair

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 Brian is a 10-year veteran of the United States Marine Corp.  He is one of the founding members of the Marion County Child Advocacy Center (MCCAC).  Brian is currently the Co-Chair of the MCCAC Board.  He is a certified forensic interviewer.  After twenty-one years, Brian retired from the Fairmont Police Department with the rank of Lieutenant and is presently the Program Manager of Vacant Buildings for the City of Fairmont.

Larry Buckland

Board Co-Chair

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 Larry is currently the pastor at LIFE United Methodist Church and has been in that role since 2006. Larry is currently the Co-Chair of the MCCAC Board. As a student at WVU and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Larry found his passion for community work. His desire to serve and connect has led to him serving on various boards in the community.
In addition to community service, the great loves of Pastor Larry’s life are his wife Christi, son Trey, and daughter Catherine Grace who all inspire him daily.

Swapna King

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Swapna is currently employed at the WVUM Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute. She has more than 23 years of experience working with behavioral medicine teams. Swapna has helped facilitate statewide community collaborations and coordinated the building of resources for private and public agencies, in addition to providing access to services supporting the delivery of behavioral medicine services for children and families throughout West Virginia. Prior to that, she was employed with the Dept. of Health and Human Resources as a Social Service Worker III and has been a volunteer with the MCCAC since 2005.  Swapna graduated from Fairmont State University and lives in Fairmont with her family.

Lea Anne Hawkins

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Kelley Moran

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Dave Wolford

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Kandice Pudsell

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Emily Brown

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Christina Mulligan

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The Marion County Child Advocacy Center Funders

Tygart Valley United Way

Tygart Valley United Way

West Virginia Dept. of Justice and Community Services

West Virginia Dept. of Justice and Community Services

Marion County Commission

Marion County Commission

Tygart Valley United Way

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West Virginia Dept. of Justice and Community Services

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Marion County Commission

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