Staff

IPG Staff – Blacksburg


Karen Boone

Financial Manager

540-231-1118
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Responsibilities:

  • Finances
  • Payroll – Wage
  • Travel
  • Human Resources
  • Reconciling
  • Facilities
  • Maintain Records

Regina Naff

Administrative Assistant

540-231-6775
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Responsibilities:

  • Administrative Assistant to the Director
  • Fixed Assets Manager
  • Web Content Coordinator
  • Secondary assistance for miscellaneous office procedures

 


Wanda Mills

Web Content Administrator

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Responsibilities:

  • Web Designer
  • Digital Content Management
  • IPG Website Administration

 


Hazel Smith – Consulting Staff

Researcher

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Responsibilities:

  • SSI Advocacy for Adults & Children

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IPG Staff–Alexandria


Tanisha Capers

Project Specialist

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Responsibilities:

  • Provides administrative and logistics support to the FRU management and staff
  • Human Resources Information System (HRIS) Banner representative
  • Assist with activities that secure initial and continued eligibility for children in receipt of CSA funds for other public assistance programs, specifically Title II (Social Security), Title IV-E, Title IV-D (Child Support), Title XVI (Supplemental Security Income)

Vickie Grazioli

Data Entry Technician

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Responsibilities:

  • Provides technical support to the FRU Medicaid Case Analyst in obtaining appropriate collateral information to evaluate initial and continuing eligibility for continuing Comprehensive Services (CSA) and Title XIX (Medicaid) eligibility for each child served by Fairfax County Comprehensive Services Act (CSA).

Claudia Malenich

Court Specialist

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Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and file Civil Petitions for Support at the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court
  • Perform all activities related to establishing Judicial Support Orders (JSOs) in juvenile court
  • Maintain accurate knowledge of relevant federal and state law, rules and regulations for Title IV-D funding

Erin Mooney

Case Analyst

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Responsibilities:

  • Determine the initial eligibility of children in receipt of CSA funds for other public assistance programs, specifically Title II (Social Security), Title IV-E (AFDC-FC), Title IV-D (Child Support), Title XVI (Supplemental Security Income), and to maintain the child’s continuing eligibility
  • Comprehensive knowledge of complex federal and state laws governing public assistance programs
  • Ability to research, obtain, interpret, and integrate information from many sources
  • Thorough knowledge of physiological and mental health impairments. Expertise in assessing and evaluating functional limitations based on medical and/or mental health records

Peter Flint

FRU CSA Case Analyst

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Responsibilities:

  • Process Comprehensive Services Act (CSA) copayment assessments for CSA supported agencies
  • Primary point of contact regarding the copayment process for CSA supported agencies
  • Research, analyze, and prepare statistics and information to assist the FRU Project Director with contract deliverables as necessary

Brian Zamora

FRU CSA Case Analyst

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Responsibilities:

  • Analyze state uniform assessment instrument-the CANS document. Contact case manager if follow-up is required
  • Maintain accurate knowledge of relevant federal and state laws, local regulations, policies, and practices through reviews of publications, communications and training sessions with CSA and FRU management and staff
  • Research, analyze, and prepare statistics and information to assist the Project Director with contract deliverables as necessary. Provide Project Director and relevant CSA management and staff (as requested) with data and assistance as necessary for projects