Thomas M. King, LICSW
Our Executive Director since 2006, Tom got his passion for the CAC movement when he served as the child forensic interviewer for Hampden County District Attorney back in 1997. “Seeing the impact of systems working together to better the lives of children is something that fuels me everyday to ensure our work knows no bounds. Child victims deserve nothing less than the amazing response of a Children’s Advocacy Center to help them on the road to healing, hope and justice.” Tom holds a certificate from the Institute for Nonprofit Management & Leadership at the Boston University School of Management, in addition to a Master of Social Work degree from the Smith College School of Social Work, and a BA in Psychology from the College of the Holy Cross.
Director of Grants Management
Gina joined MACA in 2008, bringing a background in child and victim services. Gina oversees the administration of our state and federal funding to the CACs. She completed the Leadership Exchange and Coaching (LEC) program convened by the Northeast Regional Children’s Advocacy Center (NRCAC). She previously served at the YWCA in her hometown of New Britain, Connecticut, as an early childhood educator and a volunteer counselor/advocate with the YWCA Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services (CONNSACS) program, providing hotline crisis counseling and medical accompaniment to survivors of sexual violence. Gina holds a BA in Psychology from Mount Holyoke College.
Training and Education Coordinator- Vacant
Prior to joining MACA in 2018, Grace served as an AmeriCorp Member with City Year Boston at the Lilla G. Frederick Pilot Middle School. Through Northeastern University’s Cooperative Education program, she was a student intern with MACA from Fall 2016- Spring 2017. She is excited to be back with MACA in her new role and to continue learning about Children’s Advocacy Centers. She holds a BS in Behavioral Neuroscience from Northeastern University.
Northeastern University Co-op Student
MACA’s current intern through Northeastern’s Cooperative Education program. This is Amy’s first co-op, but in the past she has interned at the Children’s Advocacy Center of Putnam County in New York. Amy is a second year student at Northeastern, pursuing a combined degree in Political Science and Sociology with a minor in Spanish.