Scott's sights have been on Little Fork for over three years. He is committed to family advocacy and bringing justice to underserved areas in Cincinnati.
Monica's ability to leverage analytical and problem-solving acumen to obtain favorable outcomes will foster Little Fork's success.
Deb's career as a crime reporter for Channel 12 brought her to a greater understanding of the needs of victims and their families. She has helped many by giving them a voice to tell their story.
Chris Hammond is a Partner at Dinsmore & Shohl LLP in Columbus, Ohio.
Shane's military, medical, and operations background will be the foundation to maximize Little Fork's growth and influence in social justice.
In law enforcement for three decades, Robert's tenure in Clermont County gives him the insight needed to seek justice for the clients of Little Fork.
Jeff's commitment to both the energy industry and his community has lead to his unrivaled support of Little Fork and its mission.
Dr. Shanbhag is a board certified pediatrician and clinical fellow in the field of Child Abuse and Neglect at the Mayerson Center for Safe and Healthy Children at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
Michaela practices juvenile relations, domestic relations, and appellate work.
She loves finding creative solutions to her client’s problems. Especially in family law.
Laura is the chief clinical officer and the behavioral health division officer for Child Focus. Her commitment to children and their mental health is unparalleled.
Stephanie's career in criminal justice reaches from the courts to the classroom. Her reputation as a fair and loyal team member is a perfect fit for Little Fork and its clients.
Erika Yingling is a non-profit leader with expertise in social service management, development, community outreach and relationship building.