Shamele Hill, MSW, serves as a Training and Implementation Specialist with the National Adoption Competency Mental Health Training Initiative (NTI). Ms. Hill has worked in the field of social work for 20+ years and has extensive child welfare experience. She also has experience with curriculum development, training and facilitation, volunteer management, and program development and management.

Ms. Hill is also a Training Consultant and has worked with OVC TTAC where she has developed and facilitated different training curriculums to include serving as a Resiliency Coach in the Pilot of the Resiliency Project. Additionally, she is an authorize facilitator of the Darkness to Light Stewards of Children curriculum that focuses on educating adults on preventive measures of child sexual abuse. Prior to joining C.A.S.E., Ms. Hill worked within the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) network for approximately 15 years in different capacities to include Chief Program Officer and Director of Training and Volunteer Development where she had the opportunity to dedicate focused resources on volunteer training, increase professional development opportunities for staff and community partners, oversee organizational operations, and  provide best-interest advocacy for children in foster care.

Ms. Hill received a Master of Social Work from Arizona State University and a Master of Science Human Resource Management from Lindenwood University.