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Our Team

Our experienced and dedicated staff has been serving the findlay Community for years. Meet them!

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Stacy Shaw

Executive Director

Stacy Shaw has been in the child welfare field for almost 30 years. She began her career at a local private foster care agency Diversion Treatment Foster Care where she served as the State Director for 27 years serving the Findlay, Cincinnati, and Cleveland areas. Stacy was the Coordinator of Hancock County Children and Family First Council and the Help Me Grow Early Intervention program in 2016. In January of 2017, Stacy joined the staff of Children’s Mentoring Connection of Hancock County as the Executive Director.

Stacy has served on many committees including Northwest Ohio Foster Care and Adoption Committee, Ohio Association of Children Services of Ohio, Hancock County Opioid Task Force, Human Trafficking Coalition, and Raise the Bar. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.

Stacy is excited to be a member of the Children’s Mentoring Connection Team. She has seen the difference a caring adult can make in the lives of children in foster care, adoption, and mentoring. The one thing she consistently has heard from those involved in the lives of children is how much the child has impacted the adult’s life as well.

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Mary Dunn

Business Manager

Mary joined the CMC staff in April of 2021. Mary provides administrative support to the staff and helps wherever needed.  Mary enjoys kayaking, hiking, and spending time with family in her free time.

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Nikki Hagerty

Case Manager

Nikki Hagerty joined Children’s Mentoring Connection in January 2002 as an Administrative Case Manager. Her job at CMC is to interview potential mentors which include not only discussion with the individual but conducting home visits and background checks as well. It is also her duty to interview parents who are interested in getting their children into the program. As a Case Manager, Nikki also supports the relationship between the mentors and mentees. She is a Bowling Green State University graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Child and Family Services.

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Megan Eisinger

Case Manager

Megan graduated from the University of Findlay in 2022 with a degree in Psychology.  She will be overseeing our community and school-based mentoring programs at Bigleow Hill, Wilson Vance, Glenwood and Donnel Schools.

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Jennie Hammond

Development and Engagement Specialist

Jennie Hammond joined Children’s Mentoring Connection in February 2024 as the Development and Engagement Specialist. She graduated from Owens Community College in 2015 with an associate degree in Medical Office Administration and from Tiffin University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting.

Jennie’s passion for mentoring began in 1980 when she became a part of our program as a child, forming a lasting bond with her mentor. This meaningful relationship has given Jennie firsthand insight into the importance of having a mentor and making memorable connections.

In her role, Jennie focuses on building connections in the community, recruiting youth and volunteers for our programs, and planning the organization’s fundraisers. In her free time, Jennie enjoys watching her son wrestle in college and spending time with family and friends.

Children’s Mentoring Connection Community Partners

We are grateful to have many community partners. Their support enables us to offer our programs at no cost to the families we serve.

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