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Chapter Team

Joy Barrett
Chief Executive Officer
Improving the lives of children is what motivates Joy. In her position as Chief Executive Officer of the Granite State Children’s Alliance (GSCA), she feels it is a privilege to work on behalf of children and be part of a dedicated effort to break the cycle of child abuse and improve the well being of our most vulnerable children. In her role at GSCA she provides direct leadership and support for the four Child Advocacy Centers (CAC) located in Belknap, Cheshire and Hillsborough Counties.  Joy also serves as the NH Chapter representative of the National Children’s Alliance (NCA), providing technical assistance, training, and organizational resources to the network of CACs throughout New Hampshire 

Meghan Noyes
Director of Program Services

Meghan joined the NH CAC movement in 2006 as a Forensic Interviewer and has had the opportunity to work in a variety of administrative and  direct service roles. In her current role as the Director of Program Services, she supervises and supports the direct service staff of the GSCA Programs.  She continues to love going to “work,” everyday, although you will never hear her call it work or a job. It is a passion and a privilege for her to work with the children/families and members of the multidisciplinary teams. Meghan holds a BA from Plymouth State University and is pursuing a Masters of Business Administration from Southern NH University. 

Nicole Ledoux
Victim Service Quality Assurance Director

Nicole joined the team in September of 2018 after being a GSCA executive board member for 5 years. She came to GSCA after 22 years with the Manchester NH Police Department where she retired as the Detective Lieutenant supervising the Juvenile and Domestic and Sexual Violence units of the investigative division. Nicole has extensive experience in the investigations of child homicides, human trafficking, domestic violence, sexual assault and all the various forms of child abuse and exploitation. In her current role, Nicole’s duties include ensuring that CAC’s not only meet the service delivery standards of the National Children’s Alliance but also that the service array offered is ever expanding to meet the complex needs of the children and families we serve. Nicole has a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in criminal justice from Southern NH University

Phil Hueber
Director of Resource Development

Responsible for fundraising for the unrestricted portion of the Granite State Children’s Alliance budget. Fundraising activities includes Foundation grant writing, fundraiser oversight, municipal requests for funds and donor stewardship. 

Megan Oliviero
Director of Education & Outreach

Megan Oliviero has been a child advocate and committed to Child Advocacy Centers for 20 years.  The majority of her career was spent in sexual assault crisis centers as a child abuse specialist; providing support services to children and families during the aftermath of a disclosure of sexual abuse as well as providing primary prevention programs in schools.  She served on the Board of Directors for the Granite State Children’s Alliance before becoming the Director of Education & Outreach in the spring of 2015.  Her primary responsibilities include outreach and education efforts for the Chapter and more specifically professional development opportunities for the CAC workforce in NH.  She is also responsible for KNOW & TELL and Beards for Bucks.   

Stephanie Arroyo
KNOW & TELL Education & Advancement Director

Stephanie has a background in Elementary Special Education and joined GSCA in January 2018. In this role, she primarily focuses on the development, growth, and overall expansion of KNOW & TELL, GSCA’s education program related to RSA169c:29 – New Hampshire’s mandated reporting statute. Stephanie travels the state (and beyond!) to ensure school districts, youth serving organizations, medical professionals/first responders, college students, etc. are educated to KNOW the signs of abuse/neglect, and how to TELL responsible authorities when they suspect abuse/neglect.  Stephanie is passionate about this work and enjoys the collaboration with our many stakeholder partners across New Hampshire. Protecting children is everyone’s responsibility. 

Denise Morrison
Director of Administrative Operations

Denise Morrison, our Director of Administrative Operations manages and provides administrative support for the smooth functioning of day-to-day operations for the four Child Advocacy Centers we operate, as well the Granite State Children’s Alliance statewide Chapter organization. Denise also assists with administrative management of Grants for our Centers and statewide Chapter Members,  as well as lending administrative support for statewide initiatives.

MK McNamara
Administrative Assistant

MK McNamara supports the Granite State Children’s Alliance by performing various administrative tasks such as financial reimbursement reconciliation, timesheets, event planning, and supply ordering. 

Child Advocacy Center

Program Team

Jennifer Jones
Program Coordinator/Forensic Interviewer (Nashua CAC)
Jennifer has experience in both the public and private sector of child protection. She started as a Clinical Coordinator managing caseload’s for children in specialized foster care in the Boston Metro Area. She relocated back to NH and spent several years as a CPSW for Division for Children, Youth and Families tasked with child abuse and neglect investigations.  Since 2011, she has been the Program Coordinator for the Nashua Center for the last eight years and interviewed approximately 1,400 children for NH CAC’s in the capacity as Program Coordinator for the Nashua center. Her greatest passion is ensuring children and families will have a comfortable and safe setting to begin their journey towards healing and justice.

Gretchen Ricks
Family Support Specialist (Nashua CAC)
Gretchen joined the CAC in August 2020 as the Family Support Specialist for the Nashua center.  She has spent most of her career working with children and families in several capacities both in schools as well as at non-profit agencies. Most recently, Gretchen served as the Child Advocate at Bridges: Domestic & Sexual Violence Support Services for the past 5 years.  Prior to that, Gretchen worked as both a high school counselor and college admissions director in the Washington, DC area.  She has an extensive background in helping families navigate through some of the most challenging times in their lives and helping them to better cope with their trauma.  In Gretchen’s role, she feels her most important job is to provide support and education surrounding child abuse to the families that come to the CAC.  She strives to make sure that every family that walks through the door feels welcomed, validated, comfortable and, most importantly, supported.

Amy-Lynn Sullivan 
Program Coordinator/Forensic Interviewer (Manchester CAC)

AmyLynn joined the CAC in 2016 with a background in child protection and criminal investigations and a degree in Psychology/Justice Studies. In her current role as Program Coordinator/Forensic Interviewer, AmyLynn is responsible for facilitating the multidisciplinary teamsinvolved in child abuse investigations and conducting forensic interviews of children who may have experienced abuse or witnessed violence. She is passionate about providing a voice for our most vulnerable population and believes that every child is entitled to safety, security and protection.  

Melissa Oriani
Family Support Specialist (Manchester CAC)

Melissa has been a member of the Hillsborough County CAC’s multidisciplinary team since 2011 and became the Family Support Specialist at the Manchester Center in 2016.   In her role she provides support to the families from the moment they arrive at the Center.  Melissa works with the families to ensure they understand the process and connect with community resources that best fit their needs.  Melissa works alongside the rest of the MDT and follows up with families after the interview to provide information, referrals, and continued support. 

Lori Grant
Forensic Interviewer (Nashua & Manchester CAC)

Prior to becoming a Forensic Interviewer in 2015, Lori was a victim/witness advocate for victims’ of Domestic and Sexual Violence for 18 years.  She holds a degree in Criminal Justice and is committed to making the lives of victims and survivors one filled with hope. 

Kaitlin Martineau
Program Coordinator/Forensic Interviewer (Greater Lakes/Laconia CAC)

Kaitlin has been a member of NH multidisciplinary teams in sexual and physical abuse cases since September 2011 and a Forensic Interviewer since December 2013. In her current role as Program Coordinator/Forensic Interviewer of the Greater Lakes CAC, Kaitlin is responsible for facilitating the multidisciplinary team in child abuse investigations and conducting the forensic interviews of children who may have experienced abuse or witnessed violence. She believes in order to best protect and help heal the children and families seen at the CAC a team approach is vital.  Kaitlin is passionate about her role on the MDT in making sure the child’s voice is heard. 

Skylor Beery
Family Support Specialist (Greater Lakes/Laconia CAC)
Skylor has been a member of the Greater Lakes CAC’s multidisciplinary team since 2018 and became the Family Support Specialist at GLCAC in 2021.  Skylor has worked with survivors of domestic and sexual violence for the last 6 years. In her role she provides support to the families from the moment they arrive at the Center.  Skylor works with the families to ensure they understand the process and connect with community resources that best fit their needs.  Skylor works alongside the rest of the MDT and follows up with families after the interview to provide information, referrals, and continued support. 

Andrew Wolff
Licensed Mental Health Clinician (Greater Lakes/Laconia CAC)
603-499-7504 ext. 208

Andrew joined the CAC in January 2020 as a licensed mental health clinician to provide on-site mental health services for children and families involved with the Greater Lakes CAC. Prior to joining the CAC, Andrew practiced as a clinician in residential, foster-care, and outpatient settings providing trauma-informed clinical services to children, teens, adults, and families. Andrew brings a wealth of clinical knowledge to the team to help support children and families in adjusting to traumatic life events and coping with trauma utilizing a variety of different therapeutic interventions (games, art, play, etc.). He believes that the impact of trauma extends well-beyond the individual and enjoys supporting and collaborating with the many systems involved to ensure that all parties are providing the best possible support to the child mental health needs.

Carlos Agudelo
Program Coordinator/Forensic Interviewer (Monadnock Region/Keene CAC)

With a BA in Psychology and MA in Justice Studies Carlos has worked in human services in various residential, educational, vocational and outreach positions working primarily with diverse youths for the past twenty five years. He became the Program Coordinator and primary Forensic Interviewer at the Cheshire County CAC in 2015.

Bob Collinsworth
Family Support Specialist/Forensic Interviewer (Monadnock Region/Keene CAC)
Bob has been with the Monadnock Region Child Advocacy Center since 2016. He is the Family Support Specialist and in that role, he meets with families to help them navigate the process and identify what services in our community may best assist them. Bob is also a trained forensic interviewer and will meet with and interview those children who have come to the center. He is also a therapy dog handler and bring his partner Seamus, a giant, fluffy sheep dog,  to work each day to bring comfort and cuddles to those children he meets.   

He is a life long resident of Cheshire County, having retired from the Keene, NH Police Department after a 30 year career as a detective. While there, Bob received extensive training in  interviewing victims of sexual assaults and incidents of domestic violence. He piloted the department’s first  polygraph unit and went on to train new officers in interviewing. Bob has served the greater community as a member or volunteer in various civic organizations to include, Impact Monadnock, The Community Kitchen, Tiny Tummies, Juvenile Diversion programs and has been a long time coach of youth and high school sports.  



If a child tells you that he or she has been hurt or you are concerned that a child may be the victim of any type of abuse or neglect, you are required to call the Division for Children, Youth and Families (DCYF) Central Intake Unit at:

Telephone: (800) 894-5533

Contact your local police department with urgent child abuse or neglect reports

Proof of abuse and neglect is not required to make a report and you may report confidentially.