Meet the Experts
Adam Rosenberg, Esq. – Executive Director
Adam Rosenberg has been a strong advocate for social justice and a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves—especially abused children. He was the first male prosecutor to join the Domestic Violence Unit of the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office, and later prosecuted hundreds of cases involving sex offenders, stalkers and predators, child pornographers, and violent abusers as a member of the Sex Offense Unit. Adam Rosenberg frequently testifies, lectures, conducts audits, and runs workshops for youth serving institutions on recognizing, responding to, and the importance of reporting sexual child abuse. Adam also consults, provides guidance, and gives presentations on the best practices of not for profits and child advocacy centers. Additionally, he frequently presents on building awareness and prevention of child abuse.
Kerry Hannan, Ph.D – Director of Forensic Services
Dr. Kerry Hannan is a licensed clinical psychologist. She is currently the Director of Forensic Services at Baltimore Child Abuse Center, and oversees the Forensic Interview and Family Advocacy programs. She conducted forensic interviews for 15 years and has been supervising the forensic interview team for the past five years. She has been providing consultation and training in the area of forensic interviewing since 1998. She has trained social workers, mental health professionals, medical professionals, law enforcement officers, judges, attorneys and other professionals.
Drew Fidler, LCSW-C – Policy and Program Development Manager & Forensic Interviewer
Drew Fidler, LCSW-C, joined Baltimore Child Abuse Center as a Forensic Interviewer in September of 2012 and in April of 2015 was promoted to the position of Policy and Program Development Manager. As Policy and Program Development Manager, Drew works with youth-serving organizations to analyze their systems relating to protecting youth. She also assists organizations with conducting trainings and creating programs and policies. Drew has trained over 1,000 professionals on how to protect children and their own organization from incident. Additionally, Drew interviews child victims of crime in accordance with national Forensic Interviewing protocols and is proficient in several models. Prior to joining BCAC, Drew worked with at risk youth both in the United States and abroad, and held various supervisory roles including camp social worker for an overnight summer camp. Well aware of the risk of child abuse, Drew combines her experiences as a social worker and her work with youth-serving organizations in her role at BCAC. Drew received her Master’s in Social Work from New York University in 2010 and has a Bachelors in Psychology from Skidmore College in 2008.
BCAC trains professionals, youth-serving organizations, and community groups to protect themselves, their organizations, and the children in their care.
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