Levette Kelly Johnson, Executive Director
Ms. Johnson is Executive Director of MSCASA, with twenty-four (24) years in
non-profit program administration and implementing fiscal and programmatic
components of local, state, and federal grant programs; serves as a volunteer
rape crisis counselor since 1998. She’s a member of the State STOP
Implementation Planning committee. Since 2010, she serves as project director
of the Office on Violence Against Women, Technical Assistance Campus
Program to grant to train Victim Services and Advocacy, and Campus Online
Resource Clearinghouse. Currently a board member of the National Alliance
Ending Sexual ViolenceServed as board president of National Sisters of Color
Ending Sexual Assault for 11 years.
Pat Reynolds, Fiscal Manager
Parthfene Reynolds has over 32 years of program management experience. She has worked the past six years in non-profit federal and local grant management with certifications in Staff Management, Grant Training, Grant Management and payroll and office administration.
Shalotta Sharp, Special Projects Coordinator
Shalotta Sharp is a registered nurse and has worked as an Emergency Department Nurse for 17 years. She has worked as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, SANE for 12 years and is nationally certified in adult, adolescent and pediatric patients. She was the first SANE-P in Mississippi. She established a Pediatric Forensic Exam Clinic in Meridian, MS. She has taught the SANE Course for nurses across the US through Marshall University, West Virginia University, The Office for Victims of Crime, The Department of Justice, and Indian Health Services. Mrs. Sharp is currently a member of the IAFN (International Association of Forensic Nurses) Government Affairs Committee.