Shroyer-Carlyle joins WVCAN as Chief Program Officer

Tracy Shroyer-Carlyle

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Child Advocacy Network (WVCAN) is pleased to announce that Tracy Shroyer-Carlyle has accepted the position of Chief Program Officer at the state chapter. Carlyle comes to WVCAN after more than a decade serving in leadership with Mountain CAP’s Child Advocacy Center in Buckhannon.

Carlyle brings a wealth of experience to the state chapter, including supervisory, grants management, budgeting, statistical data usage, and legislative advocacy expertise. As a native West Virginian, she has a passion for the work of child advocacy centers and wants to ensure children affected by abuse in the Mountain State receive the highest quality of care.

Carlyle is a graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan College with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a graduate of West Virginia University with master’s degrees in Social Work and Public Administration.


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