Staff Highlight- Lee Ann Lindroth

photoLee Ann Lindroth, Wraparound Coordinator

After graduating with a BA from Bowling Green State University, I returned to the area I grew up in Butler County and have spent the majority of my career working there. I began as an Abuse, Neglect and Dependency Case Manager at Butler County Juvenile Court. Through the years, I have worked as a Caseworker for Butler County Children Services Children Services, a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) for Butler County Parachute, and a Wraparound Facilitator with the Butler County Family and Children First Council. I moved to Chicago in 2012 and returned to school full time at Loyola University Chicago. While attending school, I interned at Proviso Leyden Council for Community Action as a Clinical Social Worker, and at the Coalition of African, Arab, Asian, European and Latino Immigrants of Illinois as a Development Associate. Being a Wraparound Facilitator was my favorite position because it allowed the space for families to be unique, have a voice, and for everyone to think outside of the box. I am in the process of completing a paper with one of my Loyola professors about Wraparound facilitation strategies, and recently conducted a workshop about Wraparound at the International Association of Social Work with Groups Annual Symposium.    I look forward to working in the Clermont County Community and sharing my passion of the Wraparound process.


PSP Family Brief 2015