Rose Grant-Wiseman is the Executive Director for the Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center. Running the everyday operations of CCAC is her main focus along with making sure her staff has the necessary training to take care of the children they see on a daily basis. Rose joined CCAC in October 2016. In 2020, Ms. Grant-Wiseman was voted to serve on the State Board of Directors for the Children Advocacy Centers of Georgia. Rose Grant-Wiseman is a member of the National Advocate Credentialing Program at the Advanced Level with a Designation of Domestic Violence Intervention Specialist. Rose is the 2014 Liberty Bell Award winner from the Young Lawyers Section of Savannah Bar Association and the 2012 recipient of the Georgia Coalition against Domestic Violence Victim Advocate Award for the state of Georgia. She regularly speaks on Domestic and Dating Violence at local conferences, colleges, organizations, and high schools. Rose has a master’s degree in Psychology and has an Executive Graduate Certification in Business Management with an emphasis in Human Resources. She is also certified to complete Temporary Protective Orders and Child Forensic Interviews. In 2022 throughout the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry, she was named “WSAV’s Most Remarkable Women”.
“Most people would be surprised to know that I am a huge fan of the author, James Patterson. I actually was able to speak to him and get an autographed book of his. I love to travel and one day I will finally make it to Paris and New York. Being able to dream of a place to travel is a pleasure and that is the reason I do the work I do because I want the children that we work with to be able to dream big and then obtain those dreams.”
Gloria Greer is the Administrative Assistant for CCAC. Ms. Greer works alongside the Executive Director. Her day-to-day tasks involves assisting with the day-to-day operations of CCAC along with the financial reporting, grant reporting, and assisting the staff in the administrative aspect of CCAC. She joined Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center, in December 2015. As the Administrative Assistant, she provides care and concerns to our clients, our team, our vendors, and friends, as well as the community at large. Ms. Greer participates in community service projects, advocating awareness of child abuse, fundraising, and various activities while performing her tasks as the Administrative Assistant. Gloria is fun-loving with a warm and welcoming smile. She is a vital and essential part of our growing team.
“My favorite food is fish and my favorite place to travel is Seattle Washington. My favorite sports team is the Pittsburg Steelers. My job is so diverse at CCAC, I love it. Meeting and interacting with others is my thing and I’m so blessed to be among a great team of talented women.”
Jordan Fields began her journey at the Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center in 2019 as a graduate intern. Jordan began her employment at Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center in 2021. She holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Social Work from Savannah State University. As a Child and Family Advocate and Forensic Interviewer at the center, Jordan provides support, community resources, and crisis intervention services to families served by the forensic and clinical staff as well as conducts child abuse-related interviews referred by law enforcement, the Department of Family and Children Services, and other Child Advocacy Centers. She also facilitates communication and information sharing with the Multi-Disciplinary Team, which includes law enforcement, the Department of Family and Children Services, the District Attorney’s Office, and the Children’s Hospital of Savannah at Memorial Health. Jordan is also a Certified Forensic Interviewer, conducting forensic interviews for alleged victims of child abuse from the ages of two years to eighteen years.
“Jordan has traveled back and forth from parts of Japan for 5 years. Her favorite foods are Asian-inspired dishes. She enjoy traveling, trying new foods, and finding tv shows to binge.”
Alexis graduated from Savannah State University with her Masters’s in Social Work with a Clinical Concentration. Alexis Mack is a therapist whose primary responsibility provides individual counseling and group sessions to both children and their non-offending caregivers, including community outreach. Alexis is certified in Trauma-Focus Therapy and Play Therapy. She is also a Certified Forensic Interviewer, conducting forensic interviews for alleged victims of child abuse from the ages of two years to eighteen years.
“In her free time, she likes going out with friends and reading. Alexis also enjoys traveling and exploring new places. She loves music. Her favorite artist is Jazmine Sullivan, H.E.R, and Luke Combs.”
Maylin Robles is a Bilingual Trauma Therapist at Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center. She is from the state of Washington and graduated from the University of Washington with her master’s in Social Work with a concentration in Mental Health. Maylin Robles worked as a community Mental Health Therapist, assisting those who struggle with a variety of mental health diagnoses. During her time there, Maylin participated in several trauma-focused trainings and has been certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT) and Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness (TSM). She continues to be a Trauma-Informed Therapist at Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center.
“During my downtown hours, I enjoy playing video games, traveling, playing tennis, and learning about history. One of my passions is singing and listening to classical music, including opera.”
Ana Hancock is the Bilingual Family Advocate for the Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center’s Hispanic Outreach Center. Ana provides support, community resources, and crisis intervention services to Spanish-speaking families living in Chatham County. Ana also facilitates communication and information sharing with the Multi-Disciplinary Team, which includes law enforcement, the Department of Family and Children Services, the District Attorney’s Office, and the Children’s Hospital of Savannah at Memorial Health.
“Helping others and empowering people is what motivated me the most. Working with the Hispanics at Coastal Children Advocacy Center as an Outreach Bilingual Advocate means I join a team focused on achieving life-changing results for our victims and the communities we serve. It’s an opportunity to help build a better tomorrow for many. I love the opportunity to reach out to such people. It gives me a sense of confidence and belief that I can be of some help.”