Caitlin Proctor-Frazier, MNO, is implementation project coordinator at the Center for Evidence-Based Practices at Case Western Reserve University, where she conducts analyses for fidelity reviews and other evaluation projects of the Center and its Ohio Supported Employment Coordinating Center of Excellence initiative. She also assists with training organizations in data collection processes.
Ms. Proctor-Frazier brings experience in social work practice and statistical analysis to her work at the Center. Before joining our quality-improvement team, she was a vocational rehabilitation coordinator at Recovery Resources, a community-based behavioral healthcare organization in Cleveland, Ohio. There, she engaged clients in trusting, collaborative relationships to help them identify their own personal employment goals, to achieve those goals, and advance their recovery through work. She also assessed client vocational functioning and collaborated with community partners who provided vocational services and employment opportunities.
As a social worker at the Lake County Department of Job and Family Services in Painesville, Ohio, Ms. Proctor-Frazier advocated for children who lived with disabilities and the impacts of abuse and/or poverty. She assessed the needs of children and their families and assisted them with identifying and accessing community resources that would improve their quality of life.
Ms. Proctor-Frazier earned a Master of Nonprofit Administration and Leadership at Cleveland State University, where she also taught statistics to graduate and undergraduate students. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Social Psychology at Park University in Cherry Point, North Carolina.