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Brandi Reagan

As Executive Director I manage a 10 staff members and 4 contractual positions.  I am responsible for the day-to-day operations of the center, such as agency management, finances, fundraising, agency services, staff and team training, accreditation standards, non-profit/tax exempt status, grant writing, budget planning, board management, etc.

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Sheria White

As Community Educator, my job is to provide child abuse and neglect awareness resources and prevention education to individuals, schools, organizations, and businesses.  

My favorite parts of my job are researching news and trends that impact child safety, training adults and caregivers on how to strengthen children and families, and teaching prevention to students in PreK-12th grade schools. I appreciate being just a small part of giving some empowerment over such a difficult issue for all communities. 

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Shawn Edman

Shawn Edman is an experienced and visionary leader in the field of child advocacy. As the Executive Director of the Terrie Hess Child Advocacy Center, Shawn has spearheaded innovative initiatives that have helped countless children and families in need. With a collaborative approach and a commitment to inclusivity, Shawn has worked to create a welcoming and supportive environment for all children. 

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Shellie Bowlin

Shellie is a graduate of South Caldwell High School, Guilford Technical Community College and Guilford College. She earned dual Bachelors Degrees in Psychology and Political Science, with a concentration in Organizational Communications. She has over 25 years’ experience in services to children and families, as well as experience with nonprofit leadership.


Prior to accepting the Executive Director position at Robin’s Nest, she was the Program Director for the Wilkes County CAC, SAFE Spot. She has been at Robin’s Nest since 2017. Shellie and her husband have 5 children, a dog, and 2 cats, and spend their free time outdoors - hiking, camping, or trying to make fire from sticks! Shellie also enjoys spinning raw wool into yarn to dye and knit or crochet. 

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