" Each one of us can make a difference, together we can make a change."

Barbera Mikulski

OUR PEOPLE

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MEG SCHUBERT

Executive Director

Meg attended Central Michigan University, where she completed her Bachelor’s Degree in History with a minor in Political Science. Meg has been an active member of our community for over a decade, in which time obtained Master’s Degree in Public Administration from CMU. She possesses a profound understanding of non-profit organizational practices, and is dedicated to providing coordinated services to best support the children and families of Isabella County.

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BRAD VAVZINCAK

Prevention Educator

Brad attended Bowling Green State University where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts. Brad has over 25 years experience working with children and families in the community. He specializes in connecting with kids of all ages within any educational setting. Brad is married,  has 2 children, as well as his "grumble" of 5 Pugs.  He is passionate about the safety of children. Brad is excited to implement Protect Yourself in the hopes of promoting healthy connections and conversations within families.

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ANDREA MILLS

Forensic Interviewer

Andrea received her Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology from Spring Arbor University. She has worked specifically serving children in the forensic field for over 6 years. Prior to this position Andrea worked with children of all ages in a variety of capacities, including working as a mentor for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and in a variety child care setting. Andrea is compassionate, patient and very welcoming to every child and family that she supports at the ICCAC.

MASEN HENRETTA

Intern

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NICOLE MADLEM

Family Advocate

Nicole received her Bachelors Of Arts degree in Psychology from Albion College. She went on to obtain a Masters Of Social Work from the University of Michigan. She brings years of experience and skills to the forefront in helping children and families with compassion and empathy. Prior to working with the ICCAC Nicole worked for over ten years in various positions with the Department of Public Social Services in Riverside County California.  She returned to her hometown of Michigan in 2017. Nicole is married with two children and two dogs.

Masen is a senior at Central Michigan University and will be graduating in August 2021. He is majoring in Social Work and Psychology. After graduation, he is going to attend Ferris and persue his master’s degree in social work, with a focus on mental health. Child advocacy, safety, and well-being has been a strong passion within his life ever since he stepped in to help raise his two younger cousins, one with Autism Spectrum Disorder and the other with Diabetes, when he was 14. Masen tends to spend his free time exploring the parks and having game nights with friends.

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