Volunteer Services Departmental Updates

COA welcomes Darrell Woodliff as it's new Site Visit Manager and announces Stephanie Johnnie's expanded role as Volunteer Coordinator

Please join us in welcoming Darrell Woodliff to the COA Family as our new Site Visit Manager.  Darrell comes to COA as a Peer and Military Reviewer and a long-time Team Leader.   He is a seasoned professional with extensive experience in training, quality assurance and program administration.  Most recently, Darrell worked at a COA accredited agency, Legacy Treatment Services as the Director of Training and Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement.   Darrell will be primarily responsible for ensuring the successful matching of volunteers to organizations and programs for all business lines as well overseeing all related Site Visit activities (i.e. assessing site reviews, monitoring the site visit schedule, supporting volunteers and Volunteer Services staff, etc…).   

In addition, we are pleased to announce Stephanie Johnnie will expand her role as Volunteer Coordinator and will staff reviews and provide support to volunteers participating in Site Visits for private organizations, child and youth development programs, as well as her continuing her work with military Family readiness programs (MFR).

We are very excited to have Stephanie and Darrell join Rodolfo, Phil, Joe and Caroline to the Volunteer Services team!


Private Organization Accreditation

Heartland for Children is the not-for-profit agency responsible for the foster care system in Polk, Highlands, and Hardee Counties.


Audrey Coleman, RN-MSN

Volunteer Roles: Military Reviewer; Peer Reviewer; Team Leader

My first experience with COA was in 1999 with what was a NC Area Program. I started as a peer reviewer in 2005, doing two to four site visits a year. I am also a team leader and have recently been approved to be a military reviewer.
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