Myama Locke

Care Coordinator Ms. Locke joined WMPC as a Care Coordinator from the Judson Center where she was a certified PRIDE trainer for Region 5 covering Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, and Genesee counties. Ms. Locke has eight years of experience at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services as a Child Protective Services worker, a foster care case worker, a foster care licensing worker, and a trainer for foster parents. Ms. Locke’s hobbies include photography, art, writing, and public speaking and she is passionate about using these skills to help others. She is a volunteer photographer for InsideOut Literary Arts Program…

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JeRae’ Sommersell

Care Coordinator Ms. Sommersell is a WMPC Care Coordinator with more than three years of experience at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) as a Protective Services Specialist and as a Centralized Intake Worker. Prior to working in child welfare, Ms.Sommersell served as an Operations Coordinator at LincUp, and her responsibilities included nonprofit and other programmatic compliance as well as ensuring data quality and integrity with LincUp’s data management systems. WMPC’s commitment to advancing racial equity in the child welfare system is part of what attracted Ms. Sommersell to the role. Ms. Sommersell saw first-hand the impact…

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Britt Hegarty

Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Ms. Hegarty, WMPC’s Chief Financial Officer, is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with more than ten years of financial leadership experience. Ms. Hegarty expertise includes working with start-up organizations to establish financial controls, reduce expenses, and increase revenues. Prior to working at WMPC, Ms. Hegarty was Vice President of Finance at Chloe & Isabel, a direct sales jewelry company, where she reduced their expenses by 38 percent in her first year. Ms. Hegarty also ran a successful financial consulting business serving start-up organizations in the nonprofit sector and in the technology industry. She began her career…

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