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Joyce Prusak

Training Specialist
Western Regional Children’s Advocacy Center (WRCAC)

Joyce Prusak is a Training Specialist with Western Regional Children’s Advocacy Center (WRCAC). In this role, Joyce provides training and technical assistance focused on multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) and other issues related to strengthening the children’s advocacy center movement in the Western Region. Additionally, she works collaboratively on training and resources for MDT facilitators through WRCAC’s partnership with Regional Children’s Advocacy Centers across the country. Joyce has worked in the child advocacy field since 2007. She served as executive director of the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center for over fifteen years. During that time, she also served as Chair of the Children’s Advocacy Centers of Tennessee as well as interim director of the TN chapter. Joyce earned her bachelor’s degree in government from Georgetown University and her master’s degree in organizational leadership from Johns Hopkins University. Joyce spent the early days of her career life in Washington, D.C., on Capitol Hill and also worked on both state and national political campaigns.

Katie Greathouse, MSW, LCSW

Forensic Interviewer/Regional Trainer
Mt. Emily Safe Center

Katie Greathouse is the Program Manager, Regional Trainer and Child Forensic Interviewer at Mt. Emily Safe Center in La Grande. Katie has been a member of the state training team for OCFIT, advanced child forensic interviewer trainings, and other statewide trainings since 2012. She is a member of the Regional Service work group that is responsible for developing curriculum for numerous statewide trainings and supported the development of the 3rd-5th editions of the Oregon Interviewing Guidelines. Katie has presented nationally at the APSAC Colloquium, the Dallas Crimes Against Children Conference and the San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment.