Nadean Quarterman is a native of Georgia. She has worked in Child Protective Services since 1989 in Metro Atlanta with experience in CPS intake, foster care, and adoptions. She brought that experience with her to Rowan County DSS in 2013. As the Supervisor, she is responsible for overseeing quality foster homes that are recruited, trained, licensed, supported, and retained. She hopes to have enough foster families with Rowan County DSS to keep children coming into foster care close to their homes, families, friends, schools, and community services.
Clarisa Sifford has been with Rowan County DSS since 2014 where she began as an Income Maintenance Caseworker. She obtained her Bachelors from Winston-Salem State University and recently obtained her Masters Degree in Public Health from Kaplan University. As Rowan County’s recruiter, she is responsible for identifying the types of families children in Rowan County need and seeking out those families to serve our children.
George Montgomery is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana. He has worked in the field of child services and foster care licensing since 2009. With more than 30 combined years in the Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health fields, he has worked to increase the awareness of trauma and the impact it has on children, youth, caregivers, social workers, and community stakeholders. He enjoys getting to know and work with foster families and is a strong advocate and supporter of foster parent‘s rights.