Jennifer Huttemann-Kall was appointed the permanent Executive Director in July 2013 as the successor to Linya Bell who retired in March 2013 after over 11 years with the agency. Jen spent the previous 7 years as a commercial lending and banking officer for Community Bank, N.A., and HSBC Bank, 3 years as a certified small business advisor for the NYS Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and over 10 years in automotive lending and acquisitions at GMAC Financial Services in NY and PA. She co-founded the SBDC's Business of Women networking group and is a 2005 Jefferson Leadership Institute graduate. Jen has undergraduate degrees in Business Administration with concentrations in Finance, Accounting, Math and Spanish. Her MBA from Gannon University, Erie, PA was concentrated in International Business and Human Resources. Jen LOVES being a mediator and restorative practices facilitator.
Board of Directors
Dan Campbell: Co-President
Allison Crossman: Co-President
Jamie Ashley: Secretary
Samuel Matt: Treasurer
Founding Member - Emeritus
CASA and Family Visitation Coordinator
Natasha Delaney’s passion has always been working with children and families. She joined the Resolution Center of Jefferson and Lewis Counties in April of 2017, first as the Program/Administrative Assistant, and was promoted in February of 2019 to the Program Coordinator of the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and Family Visitation Programs (FVP). Natasha is currently enrolled in the BSW program through Keuka College. She has not only been trained in Conflict resolution, but is a mediator certified under the NYS Unified Court System standards for basic mediation, custody/visitation, child support, school truancy matters, and divorce.
Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution Coordinator
Tammy Patterson has been with the RCJLC as an intern, a volunteer and an Advisory Council member. Since 2017 she has been the Mediation/ADR Program Coordinator. Tammy has a degree in Human Services and has been certified in several types of mediation practices and Restorative Justice.
She is also a member of the Georgetown School/Community Initiative Program. Tammy believes that communication is the most essential component to resolving conflict and maintaining relationships.
Agency Program Assistant
Jennifer Roach has been with the Resolution Center since 2018, initially as a volunteer, and now as the agency’s Program Assistant. Jen coordinates Office of Victim Services’ Victim Assistance Applications for CASA of Jefferson County. She also works with Family Counseling Service of NNY in administration. After completing high school, she attended Genesee Community College for Early Childhood Education and is now pursuing a degree in Human Services. Jen has been trained in Community Mediation and is currently apprenticing in the program.
Conflict Resolution Specialist
Shar Beebe started with us in 2016 as an AmeriCorps member. She worked closely with Youth Court and coordinated youth volunteer opportunities. She was part of an implementation of Restorative Practices and Community Building circles at the BOCES ACES program before finishing her year term. Shar spent 4 years with the Youth Advocate Program where she worked with high-risk youth on a strength and community-based model. She spent 3 years as a School Prevention Counselor with Pivot. Shar worked with school aged children to educate them on the dangers of substances and substance abuse as well as positive coping skills. She also taught Social Emotional Learning classes to Kindergarten and First grades. She holds a degree in Business and is finishing a degree in Correctional Program Support Services.