Working to prevent and treat child abuse is no small task; it is estimated that 3 million children suffer from abuse each year. The staff at Family Resources are leaders in their field who constantly seek and implement best practices and evidence-based approaches to compassionately serving families in need.
We are proud to have the finest leadership and stewards of our mission.
Aimee LeFevers has spent over two decades working in the field of public education and as an advocate for promoting the social and emotional health of children and families. She has a proven track record in areas of project implementation, community organization, professional development, relationship building with local foundations, fundraising and fiscal responsibility. The professional path Aimee traveled led her to her appointment as Senior Director of the Beverly Jewel Wall Lovelace (BJWL) Out-of-School Time Program at Family Resources in 2012. Under Aimee’s direction and successful management of structured problem solving, BJWL saw significant growth and expansion including the opening of two sites at public elementary schools. Today, both she and BJWL continue to flourish under the Family Resources umbrella.
Before joining Family Resources, Aimee served as the Afterschool Quality Campaign Director at the United Way of Allegheny County where she directed Allegheny Partners for Out-of-School Time (APOST) for over 600 out-of-school time providers in the Pittsburgh Region. She received the “Afterschool Champion” award in 2012 from the Pennsylvania Statewide Afterschool Youth Development Network and was nominated for RISE ChangeMaker Award from Public Allies.
Aimee received her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Seton Hill University and graduated from The Pennsylvania Education Policy Fellowship Program. She served on the Professional Development Advisory Council to the President of the Pennsylvania PTA, as well as the Statewide Advisor Board for 21st Century Learning Communities.