President & CEO, MS, MSW
Cay White, MD
Irma Camacho, LMFT
Irma received both her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy and her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Fairfield University. She serves on various advisory boards including: Department of Children and Families Fatherhood Empowerment Leadership Team (Co-Chair); Region 1 Advisory Board to the Commissioner of DCF (Co-Chair); the Statewide Advisory Council to the Commissioner of DCF; and the Marriage and Family Therapy Department at Fairfield University.
Stacey Goodwin, MBA
Director of Program Evaluation & Quality Assurance
In 2016, Stacey completed the Encore!Hartford program, an executive program for experienced for-profit leaders moving to the non-profit sector. She earned her Masters Degree in Business Administration from the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia and her Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University.
Ken Fontaine, MBA
Chief Financial Officer
Kimberly Farrar, MS
Director of Human Resources
Hannah Albee, M.Ed.
Director of Development & Communications
Hannah Albee, M.Ed., is the Director of Development and Communications and responsible for raising funds and awareness about The Child and Family Guidance Center. Before coming to CFGC in 2018, she was the Manager of Communications at a large soup kitchen in Manhattan where she raised public awareness about poverty, homelessness and food insecurity and managed print and digital communications, fundraising campaigns, corporate and media relations. She has a Master of Education in Counseling and Consultation from Keene State College, a Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Studies from The University of New Hampshire and has held school counselor certifications in Connecticut and New Hampshire. Her background includes social-emotional curriculum development and counseling children in both the school and social services environment. Along with public relations and journalistic contributions to undergraduate, post graduate publications and non-profit organizations, she is a member of The Association of Fundraising Professionals which advances ethical fundraising worldwide.
Director, Information & Technology
Hyacintha Jameson Bernard, MS
Director of Multiple Programs
Hyacintha received her Master of Science in Counseling from Southern Connecticut State University. She has worked with the HIV/AIDS population for the past 17 years; especially with children infected with the virus. Additionally, she has run groups with women, children, and the transgender community.
Donna Fletcher, LPC, LADC
Director, Turning Point
Donna received her Master of Arts in Community Counseling from Fairfield University and her Bachelor’s degree from Boston College. She is a licensed professional counselor, a licensed alcohol and drug counselor and is certified as a co-occurring disorders specialist. Additionally, Donna holds national certifications as an Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach Supervisor and Clinician. She has a private practice in Stamford and is an adjunct professor at Fairfield University’s Graduate School of Counseling.
Danielle Langston, LMSW
Director, Community Support for Families
Danielle received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Central Connecticut State University and Master of Science in Social Work from New York University’s Silver School of Social Work.
Karina Lawrence, LCSW
Director, Functional Family Therapy
Karina received her Master of Science in Social Work degree Southern Connecticut State University in 2009, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Academy of Special Education (Warsaw, Poland). Karina’s native language is Polish and she also speaks Ukrainian.
Virginia Lopez, LCSW
Director, Care Coordination
Virginia was born in Puerto Rico and made Bridgeport, CT her home at the age of 14. She graduated from Harding High School and attended Sacred Heart University, where she obtained her Bachelor’s in Psychology. Virginia later received a Master of Science in Social Work from Southern Connecticut State University.
Sylvia Sanchez, LMFT
Director, Multi Systemic Therapy
Sudha studied in India and in the United States, and has two Master’s degrees and an M.Phil. (post graduate research degree in clinical psychology). In the United States, she received her Master of Science in Community and Clinical Psychology from the University of New Haven in Community and Clinical Psychology. Sudha is multi-lingual and fluent in four Indian languages.