Our Client Success and Support Team maintains the integrity of Committee for Children’s mission by offering exceptional client experiences. We build informed and enduring relationships with educators, administrators, and collaborators who understand the challenges faced by children and the adults who guide them. With an impressive breadth and depth of experience in customer service and classroom instruction, our team delivers solutions. Whether it’s program-access issues, social-emotional learning (SEL) questions, ordering and shipping concerns, or simple tech-related problems, the Client Success and Support Team can remove barriers and pave your path to success. Contact us Monday through Friday, from 6:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Pacific time. We’d love to help. Join our growing team! Visit our Careers page to learn about our current openings. Client Support Eddie Daggett Client Support Manager Read Bio × Eddie Daggett Client Support Manager With strong skills in client and tech support, Eddie Daggett leads the Client Support team in guiding clients to the solutions to most effectively help their students with our social-emotional learning (SEL) programs. Eddie joined Committee for Children in July 2012 after working in call center support and as a case manager with youth in a treatment setting. At CFC, he was happy to find a role that allowed him to work with some of his favorite people in the world: teachers. “It really is an honor and a privilege to support our clients in their work to improve the lives of their students,” he says. “I’m grateful every day that I get to do it.” Eddie has a bachelor of arts in English from Seattle Pacific University. He believes perspective-taking is his SEL superpower, helping him to better put himself in someone else’s shoes when troubleshooting a problem. Andrew Anthony Cardell Technical Support Representative Read Bio × Andrew Anthony Cardell Technical Support Representative Andrew Cardell is a tech-savvy, socially aware problem-solver who’s dedicated to partnering with clients to resolve their issues and help them better serve their students and staff. “We’re helping schools and districts develop good citizens who, ultimately, will make progress toward a more peaceful world,” he says. Previously, Andrew worked as a tech support engineer for Microsoft after receiving a bachelor’s degree in information technology from Florida International University. He enjoys combining his technology and customer relationship skills to help schools and districts optimize their technology and social-emotional learning (SEL) solutions so they can create positive learning environments and empower students with vital social-emotional skills. Andrew says his SEL superpower is being socially and emotionally aware, which makes him highly effective at providing tier-one support and transferring knowledge about Second Step® programs to our customers. Michelle Chaichana Technical Support Representative Read Bio × Michelle Chaichana Technical Support Representative As part of the Client Success and Support Team, Michelle Chaichana nurtures happy, loyal clients by building relationships and providing top-notch service. She answers technical questions and provides resources and advice to help clients solve unique problems. In addition to making sure orders are filled as expected, she also facilitates the onboarding process, and is available throughout the process to answer questions and offer suggestions about how to use Second Step® programs and other products most effectively. Prior to joining Committee for Children, Michelle honed her problem-solving skills in the travel industry, working in roles such as tech support, quality management, training, and sales. She says her social-emotional learning (SEL) superpower is viewing an issue from all sides and using her analytical prowess and social awareness to come up with the best possible solution for all involved. She also enjoys collaborating with others to solve problems and communicating clearly so that clients get the information they need. In addition to working at Committee for Children, Michelle is pursuing a degree in Applied Science in Information Systems and Technology with a concentration in Business Intelligence. Jasmine Flores Technical Support Representative Read Bio × Jasmine Flores Technical Support Representative With a background in sales and customer service, Jasmine Flores was eager to put her skills toward the work of Committee for Children: helping children and communities thrive through social-emotional learning (SEL). “I believe learning about SEL as a child would have helped me tremendously,” she says, “and I wanted to play a part in helping children and adults develop their social-emotional skills.” As a technical support representative, Jasmine assists our clients and team members in the implementation of our Second Step® family of programs. She has an associate degree in communication studies from Chaffey College and a bachelor’s degree in integrated strategic communications from Washington State University. Jasmine sees her SEL superpower as identifying problems. “In my role, understanding the origin of an issue helps me solve it efficiently so that I can ensure our clients and colleagues have the best possible experience when implementing our programs.” Harvey Fox Technical Support Representative Read Bio × Harvey Fox Technical Support Representative Harvey has been a part of the Client Support and Success Team since 2021, bringing experience in sales administration, data collection and analysis, and technical support. Harvey says he joined Committee for Children to use these skills to assist clients in their social-emotional learning (SEL) journeys and help with project development. In his role as technical support representative, Harvey provides clients with the advice and resources they need to successfully implement Second Step® programs in their schools and districts. When technical challenges arise, he helps problem-solve to keep things running smoothly and ensure clients feel supported. Harvey believes empathy is his SEL superpower. “Empathy empowers me to connect with clients who need our assistance and create meaningful relationships in my personal life,” he says. Euan McLean Client Support Representative Read Bio × Euan McLean Client Support Representative Coming from a family of educators, Euan McLean jumped at the chance to join Committee for Children after seeing the positive effects of our work in schools and through policy and advocacy. “I’m honored to work for an organization that helps children learn the social-emotional skills needed to develop into the best people that they can be. I see the work we do to support educators and students as more vital than ever.” As a client support representative, Euan helps educators access and implement the lessons and resources from our Second Step® family of social-emotional learning (SEL) programs. He has a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Canberra in Australia. Euan sees his SEL superpower as teamwork. “I love working in collaborative environments, and I know that identifying and utilizing the strengths of each team member can help achieve solutions both professionally and personally.” Akilah Naji Client Support Representative Read Bio × Akilah Naji Client Support Representative A former special education teacher with experience in customer service and call centers, Akilah Naji joined Committee for Children in April 2018. As part of the Client Support team, she handles calls and emails from clients, answering any questions that they have about our products and how to use them. “I joined CFC because of its mission to help children develop and practice good social-emotional skills so that they can lead successful lives,” Akilah says. Akilah also enjoys helping on the planning committees for our holiday gathering and annual picnic, and she considers her self-efficacy to be her own social-emotional learning (SEL) superpower. Akilah received a dual-major BA in elementary and special education from Grambling State University. Adam Peck Senior Client Support Representative Read Bio × Adam Peck Senior Client Support Representative After working as a middle school para-educator and a high school humanities teacher, Adam Peck joined Committee for Children in 2009. In his current role as a senior client support representative, he answers client questions about purchasing and implementing all CFC programs and also works to resolve tech-related issues. “As a former teacher who very much values the concepts of mindfulness, empathy, emotion management, and problem solving, I think Committee for Children is a great place to work,” Adam says. He considers his social-emotional learning (SEL) superpower to be analyzing situations. Whether he’s handling purchasing, program implementation, or technology questions, this skill helps him gain the understanding needed to find a solution. Adam has a bachelor’s degree in English language and literature from the University of Kansas and a master’s in teaching from Seattle University. Erika Turner Technical Support Representative Read Bio × Erika Turner Technical Support Representative Erika Turner finds herself continuously motivated by Committee for Children’s mission to foster the safety and well-being of children through social-emotional learning (SEL) and development. “It’s amazing to know that I’m part of an organization that plants these seeds of knowledge so children can thrive,” she says. In her role as a technical support representative, Erika draws on more than ten years of experience as an IT analyst and 30 years of customer service experience (including a decade in management). She builds and maintains relationships with customers and provides customer service, sales support, and product consultation with a focus on technical problem-solving. Erika has an associate’s degree in business administration and IT solutions from Green River College. Erika sees her SEL superpower as critical thinking, which comes into play at Committee for Children as she helps clients troubleshoot technical difficulties while providing excellent customer service. Client Success Julie Campbell, PMP Client Success Manager Read Bio × Julie Campbell, PMP Client Success Manager After spending more than a decade developing online learning programs for clients like Microsoft, Cigna, and PNC Bank, Julie Campbell was interested in leveraging her experience and skills in a new way at Committee for Children. “I was excited for the opportunity to make a difference in children’s lives and to make the world a better place,” she says. As a manager on the Client Success team, Julie develops and maintains relationships with school-level leaders as she guides our clients through implementation and training, ultimately driving usage and positive outcomes for students. She has a bachelor’s degree from California State University East Bay, a certificate in digital marketing from the University of Washington, and her Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Julie sees her SEL superpower as empathy. “It presents in my personal life in conversations with friends; my ability to listen and sense what others are thinking or feeling helps deepen my relationships,” she says. “It’s similar with my clients—I can really relate while listening to their challenges and needs, and I can effectively provide feedback and support.” Rebekah Lassen Client Success Manager Read Bio × Rebekah Lassen Client Success Manager Rebekah Lassen began her career as an elementary school teacher and was first introduced to the transformative power of social-emotional learning (SEL) through her daughter’s preschool. Seeing the positive impact of SEL on her daughter and her peers ignited a spark, and she eventually became the program director of a preschool specializing in SEL. For the last five years, Rebekah has applied her passion for students and learning into a career as a success manager, helping universities build supports and services for online students pursuing graduate programs. “When I found out that CFC existed,” she explains, “I jumped at the opportunity to join this wonderful organization. Knowing that I’m supporting educators as they make such a profound difference in children’s lives makes me excited to go to work every day.” In her role as client success manager, Rebekah sees herself as a bridge builder, helping clients build solid and sustainable SEL foundations in their school settings. A lifelong learner, Rebekah enjoys reading, being in nature, and spending time with her family and their sweet rescue dog, Scooter. Julia Meyer Client Success Manager Read Bio × Julia Meyer Client Success Manager Julia Meyer joins Committee for Children with many years of experience as an educator, first as a middle school teacher, then as an assistant principal, and finally as a district-level leader. She’s passionate about equipping teachers and students with the tools they need to thrive. Julia has taught Second Step® lessons in her own classrooms and has supported its implementation at the campus level as an administrator. “After seeing the results of Second Step® programs firsthand,” she says, “I knew CFC’s mission aligned with my philosophy on educating and supporting youth, including my own daughter. I believe all children can benefit from social-emotional learning (SEL), regardless of background, lifestyle, or age.” As client success manager for the Gulf Coast and Central territories, Julia guides leaders through implementation and training, ultimately driving usage and positive outcomes for students. A gifted collaborator, Julia works as an active member in each of the districts she supports. Ultimately, Julia Meyer’s goal is to empower educators with the confidence to thrive in their journey with SEL. Jenny Nelson Client Success Manager Read Bio × Jenny Nelson Client Success Manager “Developing authentic relationships is very important to me,” says Jenny Nelson, who recently joined Committee for Children as client success manager to help school leaders leverage social-emotional learning (SEL) to achieve their goals. She gained a deep appreciation for SEL after working, first, as a teacher at Fall City Elementary School, and then as a behavioral health specialist for Snoqualmie Valley School District. “I come from a classroom where I taught Second Step® lessons to my students firsthand. I was blown away by how my students soaked in the lessons and applied new skills both inside and outside the classroom,” says Jenny. In her next role, as a behavioral health specialist, she helped educators integrate Second Step programs into the day and adapt lessons as needed. Jenny earned her master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from Western Governors University, where she focused her research on the impact of mindfulness interventions on social-emotional competencies. She says mindfulness is a powerful skill for today’s fast-paced world and an essential building block for developing social-emotional skills. She says her SEL superpower is leading with empathy in relationships, whether personal or professional. “I find that my ability to feel with others is really helpful for creating clear communication and shared experiences,” she says. Alexandria Rolle Client Success Manager Read Bio × Alexandria Rolle Client Success Manager Before joining Committee for Children as a client success manager, Alexandria Rolle spent almost a decade in the classroom, teaching at the elementary and middle school levels in a variety of settings, including public, charter, private, and Title I schools. During that time and across those learning environments, she says she recognized a common need for social-emotional support and development among students. That prompted her to help pilot social-emotional learning (SEL) curricula at one of her schools. She’s been a champion of SEL ever since. “I sought out a position with Committee for Children because I’m passionate about helping educators meet the needs of their students,” says Alexandria. “I wholeheartedly believe that the only way to help children reach their maximum potential is to first meet their basic physical, social, and emotional needs.” In addition to her career in education, Alexandria worked for a tech company providing training and onboarding for their clients, which included government agencies, large hospital systems, and Fortune 500 companies. That experience helps her in her role as client success manager. She communicates effectively, accurately assesses needs, and makes strong personal connections to support people serving in different roles and levels within schools and districts. Her bachelor’s degree in psychology also provided a strong foundation for those skills. When asked to identify her SEL superpower, she says, “I have keen insight and am able to hear more than what’s said and see more than what meets the eye.” Sarah Rubin, MA Client Success Manager Read Bio × Sarah Rubin, MA Client Success Manager As a Client Success Manager at Committee for Children, Sarah Niebuhr Rubin specializes in putting our clients in the best possible position to have a great experience with our social-emotional learning (SEL) programs. And she does this with her own SEL superpower of communication. “I like to make sure people have the information they need to make decisions and take actions,” Sarah says. “Part of communication is listening and discerning, and another part is figuring out how to get the information across in a way that meets each person’s needs. The tone, whether humorous or straight, and the details all depend on the person and the moment.” Before coming to CFC in February 2018, Sarah had the privilege of teaching students ages zero to one hundred in formal and informal educational settings. She also served as director of a school and as the Education Resource Specialist for the Jewish Reconstructionist Federation. These experiences, including her work developing and implementing curricula, guide her in her work supporting Second Step® implementations. She holds a BA from Ohio State University, an MA in anthropology from Indiana University, and a second MA in Hebrew Letters from Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. Zachary Trail Client Success Manager Read Bio × Zachary Trail Client Success Manager Zachary Trail has a dynamic background in both early childhood and higher education. Prior to joining Committee for Children as client success manager, he taught preschool in a variety of environments in Chicago. His higher education background includes work in competitive admissions departments and CRM management. Zachary’s work with children and communities is motivated by a deep passion for promoting social-emotional learning (SEL), particularly in early childhood. Now, he brings that passion to CFC, where he helps educators advocate for their students and develop their social-emotional skills. “Implementing a new curriculum schoolwide can be overwhelming,” Zachary explains. “It’s my job to meet school staff where they’re at, assisting them in implementing CFC’s research-based programs and increasing their students’ access to high-quality social-emotional skill building.” When he’s not helping educators implement SEL in their classrooms, he enjoys exploring Chicago, visiting his family in Nebraska and Spain, and going to the theater. Rose Yu Client Success Growth Manager Read Bio × Rose Yu Client Success Growth Manager Rose Yu found herself aligned from the start with Committee for Children’s mission to foster the safety and well-being of children through social-emotional learning (SEL) and development. With experience in nonprofit management and organizational development, and as the parent of a child with developmental disabilities, she says, “I believe that one of the best ways to repair our world is through cultivating empathy and compassion.” In her role as Client Success Growth Manager, Rose collaborates with staff to develop and improve operational processes and ensure our clients have a positive experience with the Second Step® family of programs. She has a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Virginia, a master’s degree in applied behavioral sciences from Bastyr University, and a master’s degree in business administration from Stanford University Graduate School of Business. Rose sees her SEL superpower as problem-solving, which sometimes means using her analytical skills to improve operational processes at Committee for Children.