The C.A.R.E. Center Staff
Hannah Riedl is a Forensic Interviewer at The C.A.R.E. Center. As a Forensic Interviewer she conducts interviews, writes reports, and works in collaboration with the non-offending parents and multi-disciplinary team members. Prior to her position at The C.A.R.E Center Hannah has worked with children and families in several counties in Wisconsin as a Child Protective Services Investigator and Ongoing Case Manager to ensure child safety. Hannah has previously worked at residential facilities for adults as a direct care worker and with children as an Assistant Child Care Teacher. Hannah has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and is a Certified Social Worker.
FAMILY ADVOCATE/FORENSIC INTERVIEWER FOR THE C.A.R.E. CENTER
Katie Peters has a dual role at The C.A.R.E Center as a Family Advocate and Forensic Interviewer. As a family advocate she meets with families and provides information, referrals and on-going support while their children receive services at The C.A.R.E center. As a Forensic Interviewer she conducts interviews, writes reports, and works in collaboration with the non-offending caregivers and multi-disciplinary team. Prior to her position at The C.A.R.E Center Katie has worked with youth with severe emotional disturbances in Milwaukee and Washington Counties in both residential and in-home settings. Katie has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and is a licensed as a Social Worker in the State of Wisconsin.
FAMILY ADVOCATE FOR THE C.A.R.E. CENTER
The Women’s Center, a community partner of The C.A.R.E. Center provides the Family Advocate, Anna, who meets with families and provides information, referrals and on-going support while their children receive services at the C.A.R.E. Center. Anna works with the non-offending caregivers to help coordinate individualized ongoing services for each family. Prior to Anna joining The C.A.R.E. Center team, she interned and worked as an advocate at Sojourner Family Peace Center in Milwaukee. Anna has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Welfare and Justice and has previous experience working with families and victims of domestic violence, both at Sojourner Family Peace and as a volunteer at different agencies throughout Milwaukee.
NURSE PRACTITIONER FOR THE C.A.R.E. CENTER
As a community partner of The C.A.R.E. Center, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin provides medical services at The C.A.R.E. Center. Judy Walczak is a Certified Nurse Practitioner who has been employed for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin’s Child Protection Center since 1997. She has staffed The C.A.R.E. Center since 2008. Judy’s specializes in evaluating children for abuse and neglect at the request of law enforcement and social services. Judy is part of a team that includes Board Certified Child Abuse Pediatricians.