Caitlin Bentley, BSW, LSW
Director of Statewide Programming
Caitlin comes from Kentucky and began her career as a volunteer in Lexington with the Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center (now called Ampersand Sexual Violence Resources Center of the Bluegrass) in 2009. She went on to serve in the position of Volunteer Coordinator, after graduating from the University of Kentucky College of Social Work in 2012. She recently served as the Sexual Assault Program Manager at YWCA Dayton, after moving to Ohio in 2017. At YW Dayton she developed policies, procedures and trainings to bring YWCA into compliance with standards of accreditation as a rape crisis center.
Director of Data & Innovative Techniques
Seth Boughton graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2008 with a BA in Psychology and completed his MSW degree in 2013. He is currently working on completing his PhD at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, School of Social Work with a focus on Innovative Human Trafficking Profiling, Intervention and Response Techniques. Prior to joining ONCAC on January, 16th 2018, he had worked as an on-call, on-site field mental health crisis professional – providing mental health screenings for youth presenting with suicidal/homicidal ideation and/or severe psychotic features. He has also served as a research intern for the National Children’s Alliance assisting in the development of their State-by-State, Regional, and National Census Reports.
Seth is proficient in a number of statistical methods and software. His doctoral training focuses on descriptive statistics, longitudinal database construction, and predictive modeling. In conjunction with data projects and technical support with individual CACs; he also produces annual OMS Reports, County Factbooks, and Community Risk and Resiliency Reports. By utilizing large-scale data tools, ONCAC membership is empowered to chart a path forward that capitalizes on both field/practical wisdom and concrete data regarding best practices and community impact.
Seth is highly focused and passionate regarding anti-trafficking efforts and the improvement of services for survivors of human trafficking. He has provided advanced trainings statewide and hosted the ONtarget Webinar Series twice, bringing together key innovators and practitioners in the field of Anti-Human Trafficking. His experience as a published anti-trafficking researcher and specialization in big-data analysis, in combination with his field experience as a crisis worker – including direct practice with youth survivors of human trafficking – inform his cooperative efforts to further expand services and build capacity within the Ohio CAC Network when identifying and working with child/youth survivors of human trafficking.
Brad Feldman, MPA, CAE, IOM
Interim Executive Director
Brad possesses more than 25 years of non-profit, meeting planning, and government experience. Brad holds a master’s degree in public administration from The Ohio State University, with a concentration in strategic and human resource management. He graduated from the four-year association management program conducted by the Institute for Organizational Management (IOM). Brad is also a Certified Association Executive (CAE), the highest professional credential in the association industry, earned by less than five percent of all association professionals. Brad’s experience includes serving as executive director of statewide and national nursing, business, auditor, legal and philanthropy associations, including the Ohio CASA/GAL Association, Arizona Counseling Association. He has also interned at the Ohio Children’s Trust Fund while getting his MPA.