Data and Site Development Specialist
Previously, Rachel worked with the NC Child Treatment Program (NC CTP) as the Program Manager/Improvement Advisor for the Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Learning Collaborative, in addition to providing post-training support for all clinicians trained through NC CTP. As part of FCI’s implementation team, Rachel works through the Center for Child & Family Health to support all Family Connects sites with the database and post-training certification.
Prior to joining FCI, Daijah supported healthy community initiatives across the country. She is also a childbirth educator and is dedicated to improving the lives of families through supportive programs and systemic change. As part of FCI’s implementation team, Daijah works through the Center for Child & Family Health to support communities implementing the Family Connects model. Currently, her work focuses on supporting implementation in the state of Oregon.
Jana H. Stollings, MPH
Jana works at FCI through the Center for Child and Family Policy. She provides support and consultation for sites implementing the Family Connects model, from phases of planning through post-certification. She has previous experience in program coordination and management in non-profit and university settings. Currently, Jana’s work focuses on support for sites located in Texas.
Megan Squires, MPH, MSW
Megan joined the Center for Child and Family Policy and FCI in 2018. She provides support for communities implementing the Family Connects model and her work is currently focused in the southeastern United States. Previously, she worked with the North Carolina Division of Public Health where she managed data and continuous quality-improvement initiatives for the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program.
Mary Martin Vance, MSW
Mary is a public-health social worker with a background in maternal health. She has worked in evidence-based program implementation for the past 10 years, helping communities to implement reproductive health programs. She is also a doula and a childbirth educator. As part of FCI’s implementation team, Mary works through the Center for Child & Family Health to supports communities implementing the Family Connects model.
Emily Wright, MSN, CNM
Lead Nurse Trainer
Through the Center for Child & Family Health, Emily provides training and consultation to nurses across the U.S. as part of the dissemination of the Family Connects model. She also works with Family Connects Durham, providing home visits to families with newborns. Emily has a Masters in Nursing–Midwifery and has had extensive experience with children, including being a birth and postpartum doula and a member of a certified foster family for children ages 0-3. Previously, Emily was the manager of Labor and Delivery at UNC Hospitals.