Management and Directors

Ashley Carraro, Director of Clinical Services – Formerly the director of Child and Family Services since 2006, Ashley provided leadership and oversight of the Intake and Placement Division.  In her new role, she is responsible for clinical oversight and support of our case management agency, IMPOWER, Brevard C.A.R.E.S. and our provider network. She is the Behavioral Health Coordinator for the Sunshine Health Child Welfare Specialty Plan and a liaison with the five other HMOs contracted to provide insurance coverage for children in out-of-home care. In addition, Ashley will supervise our Nurse Care Manager who will provide service coordination for dependent children. A Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Ashley holds a Bachelor of Social Work degree from the University of Central Florida and Master of Social Work from Florida State University.

Amy Moseley, Director of Contracts & Compliance – Amy has worked for BFP since its inception. Her attention to detail ensures that our partners and providers maintain fidelity to their contracts and meet performance measures. Amy will manage the BFP Quality Assurance Team, which is responsible for oversight of subcontracts, monitoring, QA and training. Her direct reports include: Hilary Farnum, Senior QA Coordinator; Chris Goncalo, Compliance Specialist; and Lynn Hendren, Training Specialist.

Debbie Dorfman, Director of Utilization Management – Debbie has been with Brevard Family Partnership for nine years and has been working in the area of child welfare for 16. She deals directly with providers and case management staff as the single point of contact for Mindshare issues. Debbie is responsible for ensuring that we use substance abuse and mental health funds for children appropriately, as well as maintaining documentation that is required for audits.

LaChrista Jones, Director of Child and Family Services – LaChrista began her career in child welfare services in 1999 with the Florida Department of Children and Families and has been with Brevard Family Partnership since inception. She has served as a Care Coordinator as well as Child and Family Program Manager. As the Director of Child and Family Services, LaChrista will continue her current area of oversight, which includes Adoptions, Foster Homes and Licensing, and will also oversee Intake and Placement, FSFN Child Payments, and ICPC. LaChrista holds a Master’s Degree in Management and Leadership, a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Organizational Management, and is a Certified Child Welfare Case Manager Supervisor.

Colleen Fleming, Director of Child Welfare – Colleen has more than 13 years’ experience in the local social services field. Her experience includes managing BFP’s South Care Center for the last nine years. She has also supervised a foster care unit and was a protective supervision case manager. Colleen will provide oversight of the delivery of child welfare services and facility management of the Care Centers. She will interface regularly with case management agency staff, DCF Child Protective Investigations, Guardians Ad Litem, Children’s Legal Services, and service providers. Colleen holds a child welfare certification through The Florida Certification Board as a Child Welfare Supervisor.  She is a trainer of the Florida Safety Decision Making Methodology and is a DCF certified QA Reviewer. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.