Office Address: 3925 W Cheyenne, Suite 401 North Las Vegas, NV 89032 (Shared with the Foster Kinship Office)
Phone: (702) 970-4546
Email: Sandy@fosterchangecc.org or firstname.lastname@example.org
Calendar of Events
Board of Directors
Audrey Rosenstein, Director, Peggy’s Attic
Morgan Couchman has lived in Las Vegas since 2017, originally growing up in Iowa. Her passion for caring for vulnerable children stems from her own mother, and reaches back to when she was just 8 years old. After moving to Las Vegas, she was able to secure the resources needed to become a foster parent, and has had several children in her home since then. With her faith as her motivation, Morgan is very thankful for the opportunity to serve so many incredible families, and plans on continuing her work for years to come. Foster Connect.
Dr. Caliendo is a tireless advocate for children and families, focusing on kinship, foster and adoptive families. She launched, funded and currently serves as the Executive Director of Foster Kinship, a 501c3 non-profit organization devoted to the support of kinship families in the state of Nevada. Dr. Caliendo focuses her academic work on policy implications for children in nonparental care in the United States.
Jessica Roe has served as the Nevada Director of Programs at Raise the Future since 2018. Over her 11 years of service, she has worked as a Case Manager at a Higher Level of Care foster agency as well as a system-leader in evidence-based interventions, program development and implementation. Now, she is responsible for leading, and executing all aspects of Raise the Future’s program services in Nevada. She believes in bringing evidence-based programs to Nevada, adoptive families, and youth so they are able to thrive and reach their highest potential. She resides in Las Vegas with her husband and their two children.
Vickie has experience in both the nonprofit and public sector in volunteer recruitment with great success in growing volunteer workforce capacities. As a Senior Volunteer Manager with American Red Cross, Senior Recruitment Specialist for Department of Family Services and now as a Volunteer Coordinator with the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program, Vickie has several years of experience designing growth strategies with measurable success.
Carly Souza was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. She worked in management and new hire training at a Fortune 100 company for seven years before embarking on the exciting adventure of being at stay at home mom. Carly and her husband, John, have been foster and adoptive parents since 2008. Together they have seven children, five of which they adopted through the foster care system. Carly is the Director of Fostering Hope which she founded in 2011 out of personal need to walk through life in relationship with other foster families.
Audrey Tarrant has worked for Foster Change since October of 2020. After graduating from Silverado High School in 2020, she started her undergraduate program at UNLV, in pursuit of her Social Work degree. Her family has been home to many foster children throughout the years, starting when her parents first became licensed in 2009. Audrey also works as a Programs Support Operations Specialist for Foster Kinship.