Messages from Leadership

Leadership Transition

A Letter from CAPA’s Board President Dear CAPA Community, It is with gratitude and optimism that I announce a leadership transition at the Child Abuse Prevention Association. After ten years of exceptional stewardship and vision, our esteemed President and CEO,¬†Rochelle Parker, will transition to another organization in June. Under Rochelle’s leadership, CAPA’s revenue increased by…

Merideth Parrish

Looking Back, Moving Forward

A Message from CAPA 2020 Board President, Merideth Parrish For nearly half a century, the Child Abuse Prevention Association (CAPA), has remained anchored in the fundamental belief that all children and families deserve to feel safe, cared for and loved. And in times like these, no truth could be more important as we find ourselves…


A Message From Our Board

In recognition for her efforts and the strength of CAPA’s presence in our community, the Board of Directors has unanimously voted to change Rochelle Parker’s title from Executive Director to President/CEO. Read a message from CAPA’s Board of Directors here.