Directors and Staff of the Technology Assisted Children's Home Program

Meet the Team

LaMia Shaw -  Program Director, Family Services

Ms. Shaw is Health Promotion Council’s Director for Family Services. She received her Master’s in Public Health and Master’s in Social Work from the University of Michigan, and brings a wealth of experience in family-centered care, domestic violence crisis intervention and program development. Ms. Bryant has experience supervising professionals coordinating care between clients and community organizations and health systems to aid in bridging communication for families with CYSHCN. Ms. Shaw is responsible for administrative oversight, supervision of staff, monitoring deliverables, and reporting. 

Carol Dugery - Program Manager

Carol is the Program Manager for the Technology Assisted Children’s Home Program (TACHP) and a certified SafeCare Provider.  Carol holds a bachelor’s degree from St. Joseph’s University in Public Administration and is a special needs parent with an extensive background in Pediatric Healthcare.  Carol has been working with Children and Youth with Special Healthcare needs for the past 28 years. Carol's goal was always to share knowledge and empower parents so that they felt as though they could advocate on their own competently.  TACHP allows Carol to work directly with the most fragile of our special needs population.

Erin Johnson, RN, MSN, MPH - Program Coordinator and Public Health Nurse

Erin is currently the Program Coordinator and a Registered Public Health Nurse for the Technology Assisted Children’s Home Program (TACHP), Health Promotion Council. TACHP is a home visiting and telehealth program serving families of children who are technology-assisted in 31 counties of Pennsylvania. Erin is also part of the Imagine Different Nursing Shortage Workgroup coalition and created the first iteration of the Shift Check app, a mobile application for family caregivers.  Erin gained relevant experience for this position after navigating her daughter's diagnosis and treatment. Previously Erin was Assistant Clinical Professor at the College of Nursing & Health Professions at Drexel University where she taught population health courses for pre and post-licensure nurses.  Ms. Johnson holds a Bachelors of the Arts in Environmental Studies (BA), Bachelor of Nursing (BSN), a Master of Science in Nursing, Health Leadership (MSN), and a Master of Public Health (MPH). 

Waleska Quinones - Bilingual Social Work Navigator

Waleska is the Bilingual Social Work Case Navigator for TACHP. She received her Bachelors in Business Administration at Interamerican University of Puerto Rico.  Upon moving to Philadelphia, Ms. Quinones also obtained her Master’s of Arts in Education, with a focus in early intervention, from Arcadia University. She has worked within the administrative field for 15 years. In addition, she has worked with the School District of Philadelphia for several years, and one year in NJ school district. Ms. Quinones has gained a lot of experience and knowledge working with immigrant and refugee populations as a Case Navigator. She manages the cases of primarily Spanish- speaking families and clients and provides joint case consultation, when necessary.

Katherine Stocki, MS  - Community Network Navigator (North Eastern PA) 

Katherine is a member of the Technology Assisted Children's Home Program team.  She received a Master of Science degree from Wilkes University and completed  post graduate work from Penn State University. Having taught in a post secondary environment for more than a decade and serving as a school board member in her community Katherine brings a great deal of experience to her position. She has served families as an education advocate in the field of Special Education and informs our TACHP team and families on matters pertaining to programs and services to assist their child's educational needs.

Litza Morales, B.S. - Bilingual Social Work Navigator (South Central PA)

Litza is the Bilingual Social Work Case Navigator for TACHP, focusing on the population in the Southcentral PA area. She graduated in Social Sciences at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras campus. After moving to Lancaster County, Litza worked as a services coordinator for the special needs population, assisting in managing the individual service plan for the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. Being on the Service Coordinators campus for five years gave Litza knowledge, experience, and understanding of the highest levels of care and focused person-centered service plan.

Meghann Luczkowski, MS Ed - Community Network Navigator (SEPA Region)

Meghann Luczkowski, MS Ed, Community Network Navigator of the SEPA region directly serving the individuals in our programs and working to improve systems of care for all children and families like her own. Meghann graduated from Arcadia University with a degree in Psychology and earned her M.S. in Education from the University of Pennsylvania. Meghann is also a certified special educator as well as a parent of a child who was born with significant medical complexities. She is proud to serve as an appointee of the Medical Assistance Advisory Council’s Consumer Subcommittee, as well as Board Secretary of Partnership for Community Supports, Program Consultant for Vision for Equality, and Steering Committee member of the Imagine Different Coalition. Meghann and her husband live in Philadelphia with their three silly little boys and two goofy cats.