David E. Lewis
Senior Vice President
Brown & Brown Insurance of Lehigh Valley
Dave E. Lewis is a national account executive for Brown & Brown Insurance of the Lehigh Valley. In this role, he is currently responsible for insurance sales and serve to health and human services organizations throughout the country. He has been actively engaged in the insurance industry for more than 30 years. In addition to his responsibilities to his clients, Lewis also acts as a liaison with several trade organizations that endorse Brown & Brown of the Lehigh Valley.
Prior to joining Brown & Brown, Lewis worked as an underwriting supervisor at several major insurance companies. He holds an undergraduate degree from Susquehanna University and a master’s in business administration from Lehigh University. He has an associate’s in underwriting designation.
Senior Director National Community Support Services
Scott Hartman combines 28 years of practice in the fields of education and human services with research, practical strategies, and humor to promote/support the Boys Town Education and its positive impact on children, families, and communities. He has held positions as a classroom teacher, an education consultant, and has provided leadership and direction in Boys Town National Training and Evaluation programs, including Program Audit, to ensure quality and fidelity to Boys Town’s model of care.
Director National Training
Susan Lamke has 20 years of experience training and consulting to schools, agencies and individuals across the country implementing the Boys Town Education Model. She has coauthored several books regarding behavior management in schools, including Specialized Classroom Management, Safe and Healthy Secondary Schools, and Well-Managed Schools.
A bachelor’s in elementary education and a master’s in family and youth services, along with her teaching experiences, provide Lamke with the understanding and knowledge to support others in implementing the model to strengthen school culture and improve student outcomes.
Senior Vice President of Strategic Business Innovation
Alliance for Strong Families and Communities
Lenore Schell is the senior vice president of strategic business innovation for the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities.
A passionate, energetic, and results-driven professional, Schell leads the organizations efforts to diversify its revenue streams and provide leadership to drive innovation. She is responsible for influencing the development of and the launch of a business offering portfolio that differentiates the Alliance, increases revenue, and enhances Alliance network member value.
In her previous role at the Alliance, she was responsible for leading the Alliance network engagement, marketing, and information technology efforts, which included the effort to build a comprehensive account management system. Schell implemented rigorous processes for applying data and predictive analytics to strategically grow the Alliance network, achieve higher member engagement levels, and industry-leading retention levels.
Prior to joining the Alliance, Schell was the director of provider operations for DentaQuest, a leading dental benefits administrator. While at DentaQuest, Schell was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Provider Operations division. This included the credentialing and re-credentialing of 35,000 providers in the DentaQuest networks, enrollment in claims processing systems, and committee support.
As director of operations for Direct Supply, the nation’s leading supplier of equipment and e-commerce systems to the senior living industry, Schell served as a member of the senior leadership team of DSSI, a strategic business unit within Direct Supply. In this role, Schell led the Operations division.
During her tenure at DSSI, she developed a project management discipline and consistent use of implementation project plans, issue tracking, and project status reporting across the division, created and implemented a post-implementation client satisfaction survey process, and developed a formal hand-off process from implementation to operational steady-stat.
Schell also has extensive banking industry experience including specific work in acquisition integration management, product management and marketing, human resources, information controls, branch automation, and outsourcing and support services management.
She earned a bachelor’s in computer science from the University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown, and has completed other training such as University of Wisconsin Milwaukee – Strategic Management Development and DentaQuest University Leadership Development Program.
David S. Donovan
Solutions Consulting Manager
David Donovan has been serving government since 1985 with roles in technology, operations, and agency direction. He has worked with a number of technologies ranging from green-screen mainframes to nuclear reactors. With Casebook PBC, he handles communications and outreach providing insight into the solutions offered by this mission-based organization.
Director, Business Development
Eric Vance is the Director of Business Development for MPOWR, a division of SupplyCore. He has served in this role since February of 2017. Prior to joining SupplyCore, Eric was in public education for 15 years as a teacher and administrator. Following his tenure in education, he served as an educational consultant and sales representative for software solutions in the K-12 educational market. Eric is responsible for leading the marketing, sales, account management, and technical support teams for the MPOWR software solutions. Eric’s background in educational leadership is instrumental in his guidance and support of community transformation initiatives. Eric has a masters of arts in educational leadership from Aurora University and a bachelor’s of science from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
CEO, Trillium Group
Co-Founder, Keep Oregon Well
Kim Scott is responsible for providing executive leadership for all Trillium Group operations. He provides direct supervision to the organization’s Chief Executive Officers, and leadership in the development of organizational policy and procedure, compliance with national accrediting bodies, and program and business development activities. Kim is committed to the health and well-being of Oregon’s children and families. He has dedicated his life’s work to making the world a safer, more supportive place for ALL people to thrive. Mr. Scott has presented at conferences for the Child Welfare League of America (CWLA), Oregon’s Children & Adolescent Residential Psychiatric Programs (CHARPP), the Council on Accreditation (COA), and the University of Southern Florida’s Research & Best Practice conference. He has provided quality assurance, accreditation and electronic record consultation for mental health agencies in Oregon and Alaska. Over the past few years, Kim Scott and his team at Trillium have adopted a trauma-informed lens to the work of the organization. Understanding the profound impact that trauma and stress have on individuals, families, organizations, systems, communities, and all human systems has led Trillium down a path toward creating a network of trauma-informed community partners determined to change the conversation about people and problems from, “What’s wrong with you?” to “What has happened to you?” Trillium’s “Keep Oregon Well” campaign was launched in 2015, with initiatives involving poverty, equity, inclusion, and safety in the pipeline for the coming year.
Keep Oregon Well
Caitlin Young is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, mental health advocate, trauma survivor, yoga instructor, community organizer, and trauma informed care organizational trainer. She began her mental health career at Trillium Family Services as a school-based therapist in East Portland working with elementary and high school clients and families. Ms. Young seeks to increase resilience through building trust from the inside out. She currently serves as the Resilience Consultant with Trillium and the Keep Oregon Well advocacy campaign and leads the Oregon chapter of the National Building Community Resilience Collaborative. Ms. Young is a Peer Certifier in the Sanctuary Model of Trauma Informed Care and facilitates Trauma-Informed training's for mental and behavioral health professionals, executive leaders, and community partners. She presently chairs the Impact Subgroup at Trillium Family Services, which houses Equity and Inclusion work with the largest provider of mental and behavioral healthcare for youth in the state of Oregon. Ms. Young earned her masters of science in couples and family therapy with a specialization in systems theory and trauma healing from University of Oregon and received her bachelor’s in sociology and applied psychology from the University of California Santa Barbara.