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Stacie Wofford

2107 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.


West Peoria, IL 61604
(309) 360-1860
sw87940e@westpost.net
Education:
Masters of Business Administration, Human Resources Management, Summa cum laude
Walden University
October 2007 - August 2009
Bachelors of Social Work, Magna cum laude
University of Illinois
August 2004 - May 2006
Associates Applied Arts and Science
Illinois Central College
January 2000 - May 2004
Work Experience:
Licensed Child Welfare Specialist, Camelot Care Centers
January 2009 to May 2010
Case management of specialized foster children with foster families, biological
parents and DCFS juvenile wards through home visits, school visits, medical foll
ow-up, services referrals and follow-up. Case coordination with a multitude of
agencies and community individuals. Service assessments, through social histori
es, for clients. Safety assessments for the purpose of family reunification. C
ase reporting, attendance and testimony for court hearings in counties throughou
t Illinois. Supervision of visits, parenting skills training and transporting.

Banquet Server, Express Personnel (part-time)


January 2008 to Present
YMCA Latchkey Assistant, YMCA (part-time)
August 2007 to March 2009
Licensed Child Welfare Specialist, Lutheran Social Services of Illinois
November 2006 to January 2009
Case management with foster families, biological parents and DCFS juvenile wards
through home visits, school visits, medical follow-up, services referrals and f
ollow-up. Case coordination with a multitude of agencies and community individu
als. Service assessments, through social histories, for clients. Safety assess
ments for the purpose of family reunification. Case reporting, attendance and t
estimony for court hearings in Peoria and Tazewell County. Supervision of visits
, parenting skills training and transporting. Supervision of visits, parenting
skills training and transporting.
Home Care Aide Senior Citizens, Addus HealthCare (part-time)
August 2006 to August 2007
Case Manager, Heart of Illinois Big Brothers Big Sisters
January 2006 to November 2006
Assess juvenile clients and community based adult volunteers for the program thr
ough interview, home visits and references. Create new community based matches
and maintain contact with volunteer, client and family to continually assess goa
l progress, youth development and relationship building. Continually offer trai
ning to volunteers and referrals to individuals and families as needed. Additio
nal family advocacy work to assist families in getting needed services. Adminis
trative duties which included creation of the monthly newsletter; preparation o
f the statistical reports for the board of directors; building and maintenance
of agency website; public relations and marketing functions; volunteer and clien
t recruitment; fundraising event coordination and follow through; and office vol
unteer's training and supervision.
Community Relations Director - Certified Health Management, Inc.
May 2005 to September 2005
Perform function of community relations by maintaining professional contacts and
obtain new contacts. Attend, volunteer and coordinate senior activities and co
mmunity events. Marketing and networking throughout Central Illinois for residen
t placement, volunteer services and activities. Hiring, training and management
of a small sales team. Administrative duties which included reporting and track
ing for sales calls, closing ratios, expense account; prepare monthly marketing
plan and quarterly competitive marketing analysis report.
Community Service:
Mentor Big Brothers Big Sisters May 2006 to Present
Camp CORE - Mississippi Katrina Relief Trip October 2005
United Way Fundraising Events