Ms. Autumn Winfield is the Director of Operations for St. Philip Neri Family Center and Employment and Training Services. She started her career with Catholic Charities Corporation after working over 20 years in the Human/Social Services field with the underserved populations of NYC. She joined Catholic Charities, with the belief in an unconventional approach to develop and assist the workforce population and disadvantage communities of Cleveland Ohio, by offering customized sector-based training, career development solutions, and family development services throughout Cuyahoga County.
Under her stewardship, she has since developed over four successful employment programs with State and Local funders which has lead to financial independence for their clients, and the overall economic growth of our City’s governmental agencies, and businesses. The employment programs have received the Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Services Facility certification and are also certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services to provide vocational employment services to Cuyahoga County residents. Autumn implemented new programs and services at the St. Philip Neri Family Center that serve over 1500 families and help the residents of the St. Clair/Superior community to thrive.
Ms. Winfield holds a Masters of Arts Degree in Nonprofit Administration from John Carroll University and a Bachelors Degree in Human Services from Metropolitan College of New York. She is also certified as a Family Development Counselor from Cornell University.
Ms. Tracee Ingram is the Program Director for Employment and Training Services – Comprehensive Employment Services Program (CES). Ms. Ingram joined Catholic Charities after working over fourteen years in numerous capacities in Social Services. As the program director for CES, Tracee oversees multiple employment initiatives and funding streams for Cuyahoga County. The CES program provides job seekers with training, education, job placement and retention services.
Tracee is certified as a Customized Employment Training Specialist as well as certified in the Best Practices in Schizophrenia Treatment (BeST) by Northeast Ohio Medical University. She is a Treu-Mart fellow with Case Western Reserve University and a Licensed Social Worker with the state of Ohio. Tracee has coordinated and facilitated numerous events with agencies she has worked for including career, health, and educational fairs. Ms. Ingram’s goal is to empower individuals, families, and the community.
Ms. Patricia Jackson is the Program Assistant and Office Manager for St. Philip Neri Family Center and Employment and Training Services. Ms. Jackson has 24 years experience in Customer Service & Banking Management. Prior to Catholic Charities, she worked with the Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland under their Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP). In her current role Ms. Jackson manages the day to day office activities, the Prime Time Senior program and assist with employment services. Ms. Jackson has spearheaded St. Philip Neri Family Center special events for the senior program, retention services and Community Christmas Shoppe.
Ms. Jackson has a passion for helping others and strives to succeed in motivating, empowering, and encouraging people she meets in the community.
Jacquelyn Hicks is the Human Service Worker – Emergency Services. Ms. Hicks has several years experience assisting individuals and families of all ages and ethnic backgrounds. Ms. Hicks has worked in factories, as an apprentice in Sheet Metal and Heavy Equipment Operator. Previously, she has worked with Head Start as an Assistant Teacher. She fostered 20 or more children in the past. She enjoys volunteering her services in various capacities.
She was board member for CCH/S – Assistant Secretary, National Rep for CCH/S, SPN Head Start (PTO) Vice President, Chair person for St. Thomas Aquinas (PTO), Rep. for CCOAL (Concern Citizens Organized against Lead), Volunteer for American Red Cross Disaster Services / Tutor, volunteered as a Ward Secretary and Patient Feedings at V.A and Mt. Sinai Hospitals.
She is dedicated and passionate about helping others in need. If that’s not enough, she coordinates and handles all of our center events. At the same time she juggles the life of parenting four children.
Ms. Phyllis Price is the Vocational Rehabilitation Coordinator for the Employment and Training Services – Comprehensive Employment Services program. Ms. Price has over 20 years experience in Catholic Charities Social Services. She provides vocational counselling services to consumers with multiple barriers to become job ready. The services she provides include job readiness skills, customer service skills, workforce development training, customized employment and job placement assistance.
Ms. Price has received her Masters degree in Social Work and was inducted into Phi Alpha National Honor Society, and an Executive Leadership Program at John Carroll University. Ms. Price is also certified to teach Adult CPR/First Aid, Infant and Child CPR and Communicable Diseases and Bloodborne Pathogens. She has joined Collaborative Initiatives to End Human Trafficking and has facilitated many presentations on this issue. Ms. Price has dedicated her life in helping others and instilling hope to people. Her motto is to “Never Give Up”.
Mr. Mouyad Abduljabar is the Employment and Training Coordinator for the Employment and Training Services program. Mouyad has a background in Business Management, Human Resources and Graphic – Web Design. Prior to joining Catholic Charities, he was responsible for training and capacity development with several international agencies. He began his career with Catholic Charities in 2013 as a Job Readiness Instructor and quickly advanced to his new position. Currently he assist job seekers with developing an employment plan, clarifying educational and career objectives, igniting thinking skills, workplace skills, and providing a high level of interviews skills, job placement, work adjustment and job retention services. Mouyad developed several trainings that included “Job Readiness (JRT)”, “Hardware Assembling (HAT)” and Computer training. He also developed and manages the ETS website, event fliers, booklets, E-newsletters and brochures.
Mouyad holds a Bachelors degree in Business Management Administration from Al Mustansiriya University.
An important aspect of his life is his family… (wife and two active sons!!)
LaShana Bolden is an Employment Coordinator for the Employment and Training department. She possesses a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Service Management and she will graduate with her Master of Education in June 2014.
Ms. Bolden provides services to consumers with multiple barriers to make them employable. Ms. Bolden has worked in the Social Service field for over 10 years and she stated that she loves what she does. Ms. Bolden started as the facilitator for the Young Parent Program until the program ended. Ms. Bolden has a passion for helping others and her motto is “ Always find the positive in a negative situation”.
Carlotta Rhym is the Secretary for the Catholic Charities Employment and Training Services (ETS). She came to Catholic Charities Employment and Training Services as an AARP volunteer.After 10 months of volunteering, she became a Catholic Charities Employment and Training Services employee.
Carlotta has an Associate of Arts degree in Human Services Management (HSM) and is five classes away from receiving her Bachelor’s of Science degree (in the same field), which she plans on completing this year.
Carlotta is very passionate about being of service to others, especially the homeless population and those who feel as if they do not have a voice to speak for themselves. Whenever the opportunity presents itself, she enjoys giving a smile and lifting-up the spirit of everyone she comes into contact with. For over 20 plus years she has worked in the area of being of service to others (Case Management, Block Club and Church Volunteer, etc). Two of Carlotta’s favorite motto’s are “Never judge someone unless you’ve walked a mile in their shoes,” and “But for the grace of GOD, there go I.”