Scott City

Child Advocacy Center

Meet the Scott City Team

Office Manager - Family and Child Advocate 

Chandra Hughes

Chandra is our Office Manager. She is located in our Scott City CAC. As Office Manager she helps out all of the WKCAC staff with paperwork, scheduling and more. Chandra keeps all our offices organized and allows for the WKCAC staff to focus on the families and kiddos we serve. 

Family and Child Advocate - Forensic Interviewer

Abby Cahn

Abby is a child and family advocate and a forensic interviewer. She graduated from Fort Hays State University with a Bachelors in Business Management. She loves to paint and draw. She hopes to foster creativity in the communities around her and use art as a way to prompt open communication and connectivity. She wants to help kids find sources to openly communicate through the CAC as well and be there for them to help them express themselves and begin the healing process. 

Family and Child Advocate - Forensic Interviewer

Sheila Roemer

Sheila is a Forensic Interviewer and a Family and Child Advocate. She is located in our Scott City CAC. Sheila gains inspiration from her five children and wants to help other children with her caring nature and kind heart. She works to dedicate herself to helping children affected by trauma begin to heal and to maybe have a laugh or two! 

Development Director

Tony Burnett

Tony is located at our Scott City CAC, as the Development Director. He will be traveling to all of our 34 counties to spread awareness of what we do at the WKCAC and how YOU can help us!

Case Coordinator and Child and Family Advocate

Lucretia Holterman

Lucretia is our case coordinator and Family and Child Advocate. She is located at our Scott City CAC. As a case coordinator, she helps all of the WKCAC advocates input their intakes into our database. When she is not busy with the database and keeping stats updated, she is working with families and children as an advocate and using knowledge gained from caring for children affected by trauma to better herself as a loving mother. 

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