Carna began her Social Work career at Children’s Home Society in October 2002 at the Morgantown location providing in home family services. She worked in this capacity until moving into the Foster Care realm of Social Work in 2004. In 2007 family circumstances led Carna to Parkersburg where she was afforded the opportunity to transfer within Children’s Home Society and was able to help start the foster care and adoption program in Parkersburg. Carna is currently employed as a Child and Family Service Supervisor.
Carna graduated from Concord College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Work in 2001, and she obtained her Master of Social Work Degree from West Virginia University in 2003.
Jodi began working for Children’s Home Society Permanency Social Worker in June 2013 after she graduated from West Virginia University with her Bachelors in Social Work and minors in Sociology in May 2013. Prior to working for the society, Jodi completed her internship at CASA of Marion County in Fairmont when she assured herself that working with children and families was in her best interest.
Jodi genuinely enjoys working with the children that are placed in care at Children’s Home Society. Jodi also has the opportunity of getting to know the families through PRIDE training. Jodi plans to further her education and apply to Concord University MSW online program in the following year.
Angela has worked for the Children’s Home Society since 2011. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in 2000 from West Virginia University. Angela has over thirteen years experience working with children and families. At the Society, she began as a Truancy Social Worker and moved into the role of Permanency Social Worker.
Angela truly enjoys working with kids and families through the adoption program.