Executive Director, Leslie Wright, MSW
Leslie Wright has been with the CAC since November 1997.  She is responsible for the general operation of the Center.  She implements policies set forth by the Board of Directors.  She assists the Board of Directors with fundraising, budget preparation, and long range planning.   Leslie currently serves on the Board of Directors for  the Alabama Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers, and has served as Chairperson for the Standards Committee.  She maintains community relations on the behalf of the Center.

Family Advocate/Case Manager, Pam Smith
Pam Smith has been employed at the CAC since September 2009.  Pam is responsible for the coordination of case management.  She schedules interviews, therapy appointments, medical appointments, and team meetings.  She is responsible for client intake and gathers statistical information for reports.  Pam also serves as the Family Advocate for the Child Advocacy Center.

Child Therapist, Courtney Thompson, LMSW

Courtney Thompson has been employed by the CAC since May 2014.  Courtney is responsible for providing therapy for child victims of abuse.  She maintains written records as to the progress of clients and provides information vital for the  investigation and prosecution. Courtney also conducts Forensic Interviews at the CAC.  Courtney also facilitates group therapy in our Summer Program.

Child Therapist, Teresa Whitt, MA
Teresa Whitt currently works with the CAC part-time.  She has worked with the Child Advocacy Center since May 2009. Teresa is responsible for providing therapy for child victims of abuse. She maintains written records as to the progress of clients and provides information vital for the investigation and prosecution.

Parent Educator, Flossie Pack, BS
Flossie Pack is a part-time employee of the CAC.  Flossie has been employed with the CAC since July 11, 2000. Flossie is responsible for intakes into counseling, assisting with anger management classes, and general office support.

Child Therapist, Claire Harbison, LMSW

Claire Harbison has been employed by the CAC since February 2016 and currently works part-time. Claire is responsible for providing therapy  for child victims of abuse.  She maintains written records as to the progress of clients and provides information vital for the  investigation and prosecution. Claire also conducts Forensic Interviews at the CAC.