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Family Continuity-Senior Administration
Barbara Wilson, LICSW, Chief Executive Officer, joined Family Continuity in July of 2014. Barbara comes with 35+ years of experience in the Child Welfare field; she has served on many nonprofit Boards, has more than 30 years of nonprofit executive management experience and is committed to our agency mission and values. Barbara has focused her career on working to empower and better the lives of vulnerable children, youth, and families. A strong leader and advocate, Barbara has served on various State task forces and committees. She also brings knowledge of behavioral health managed care that includes insight into the ever changing healthcare landscape of integration and payment reform. Barbara holds a Master of Social Work degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo and received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the State University of New York, College at Brockport.
Tamara D. Lange, LSW, LMFT, Chief Operating Officer, joined Family Continuity in September of 2015. Tamara holds Masters Degrees in Counseling and Youth Ministry and is licensed as a Social Worker, and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Ms. Lange has over 20+ years of experience in the human services industry in both for profit and not-for-profit sectors. Ms. Lange previously worked for the Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership (MBHP) in multiple roles, including clinical and operations management and various leadership positions. Ms. Lange was the Statewide Director of Emergency Services and Project Management. She was instrumental in the development and implementation of the redesigned Emergency Services Program model, including one of the Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative remedy services, Mobile Crisis Intervention for Youth. Additionally, Ms. Lange served as the Project Lead for Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) for Blue Care Partnership (a joint initiative between Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and MBHP) and was responsible for network development and clinical/programmatic implementation of LTSS for the Duals Initiative in Massachusetts. As Assistant Vice President (AVP) of Transformation and Integration at MBHP, Ms. Lange worked on the Primary Care Payment Reform Initiative, Patient Centered Medical Home Initiative, and Alternative Payment Methodologies. Finally, as the AVP of Operations at MBHP, she was responsible for the implementation and success of many high profile projects and initiatives. Before coming to MBHP, Ms. Lange worked in both hospital and community based settings, including home based services at Family Continuity, providing direct care to children and families in crisis.
Frank A. Soracco III, Chief Financial Officer, brings over 17 years of financial management experience and expertise to the programs of Family Continuity. In this role, Frank directs all financial aspects of the business including accounting practices, budgeting, financial planning, interface with the financial community, financial analysis, insurance and MA State contracts, and monitoring of financial performance. Prior to joining Family Continuity, Frank held various challenging positions as a Financial Manager for Providence Service Corporation out of Fredericksburg, Virginia, Controller for medical instrument manufacturer Groton Biosystems in Boxborough, Massachusetts and Controller/Financial Manager for laser products manufacturer Phase4 Infrared in Lowell, Massachusetts. Frank holds a BSBA degree from Boston University.
Family Continuity Board of Directors
Steve Boczenowski, President
Barbara Wilson, Chief Executive Officer
Karen Peterson, M.D, Secretary/Clerk
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