Donna P. Wyche
MS, CAP, Division Manager, Mental Health and Homeless Division
Donna has spent over 30 years in the social service field and holds a master’s degree in Sociology and is a Certified Addiction Professional. Her career spans over 15 years of clinical and administrative work in the private sector in community mental health and substance abuse, and 20 years in government. She is presently the Manager of the Mental Health and Homeless Division.
Anne Marie Sheffield
Anne Marie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Central Florida. She leads the effort to improve the children’s mental health system in Orange County through many initiatives at Wraparound Orange. She is passionate about encouraging youth and families to achieve their greatest potential using a team-based approach and engaging the entire community.
Social Marketing Manager
Donar has a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. She manages the social marketing efforts to reduce the stigma around children’s mental health in the community. She oversees the marketing initiatives, events, and content development. She is also the Local Coordinator for the Open Table Faith-Based Initiative, expanding the number of operating congregations in our community.
Cheryl is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a Master’s degree in Counseling and Human Development from Troy University. Her experience is in community mental health and foster care/adoption and she has worked as a case manager, mental health therapist, and program supervisor. She directs the clinical work of Wraparound staff while supporting family voice and choice and ensuring cultural and linguistic competence.
Jennifer holds her Master’s degree in Education Supervision with a specialization in Special Education from Baruch College, New York. Her primary role is supporting families by promoting advocacy and leadership skills for parents. She works closely with the Federation of Families of Central Florida which includes the Family Café and Family Nights.
Youth and Young Adult Coordinator
Miguelina has a Bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Rhode Island. Her experience is in case management working primarily with children with developmental disabilities and mental health concerns. She also has experience working with survivors of domestic violence. She is the Youth and Young Adult Coordinator for the Open Table Faith-Based Initiative, connecting families and young adults with congregations.