Carol Moses, LCSW, is a 24-year veteran with the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS.) With 13 years of Field Experience, she has experience as a case manager, supervisor and program administrator in all social services program areas including: Child Protective Services, Foster Care and Adoption.
Ms. Moses is currently an Instructional Designer and Trainer with the Training and Professional Development for Georgia DFCS. During her 11 years in Training and Professional Development, Ms. Moses developed and trained a range of curriculum including: Supervisor Training, Child Protective Services and Foster Care, Child protective Services Simulation, Foster and Adoptive Parent Training, and Staff Training for the Recruitment of Foster and Adoptive Caregivers for the state of Georgia.
She became interested in case manager resilience and retention over the past few years. Along with her colleague and co-presenter, Lindsey Fawley, have recently added a series of Mindfulness based activities into the new case manager curriculum to promote worker resilience.
Ms. Moses and another colleague presented their workshop, Mindful Matters, at the National Staff Development Association in Columbus Ohio to training and human professionals October 2018. The workshop has been was well received. It was once again presented at the Division’s Training and Professional Development section meeting to their peers in December 2018.
Ms. Moses and her husband, Don Kramer, reside in Gwinnett County, Georgia with their 3 cats. Ms. Moses is also an avid quilter and runner.