Kristi Burre, MA
Kristi Burre has almost 20 years of experience in the field of child protection and has been specializing her focus on the co-occurrence of child maltreatment and domestic violence since 2009. In addition to her continued direct involvement with the delivery of child welfare services, she is also a trainer for the Ohio Child Welfare Training Program and then became a Certified Safe & Together™ Model trainer in 2011. She has served in the role of caseworker, supervisor, director, trainer, and coach throughout her career. She has also provided coaching and consulting services across the country in domestic violence, differential response, permanency, family-centered practice, group supervision, and organizational and change management. Over the years, she has served on various advisory councils and leadership boards, to include the Ohio Intimate Partner Violence Collaborative. She began her career as an Adjunct Instructor at Columbus State Community College in the area of Social and Behavioral Sciences. She holds a BA from Capital University and MA from Ohio University. Kristi’s administrative leadership, advocacy and commitment to protect children by strengthening families and promoting collaborative community-based interventions are the foundation of her practice.