Michelle Cammack, Catholic Charities Chief Administrative Officer

Michelle Cammack is the Catholic Charities Chief Administrative Officer responsible for human resources, information technology, facilities, risk management, and performance quality improvement for the family of five agencies. In this role, she manages human, physical, and technology assets for day-to-day agency operation. 

Before this position, she worked at Family Tapestry as Senior Director of Case Management developing a new program to manage case management, adoption services, and independent living departments. Previously, Mrs. Cammack worked at Seton Home, a Catholic Charities agency, as Vice President of Programs responsible for oversight of residential, domestic and international, early childhood intervention, and counseling programs to provide healing for pregnant and parenting teen mothers and their babies. She also served as Residential Program Director, Client Services Director, Case Manager, and Lead Case Manager at Seton Home. 

Mrs. Cammack has a Master of Science in Psychology from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor in Science from Our Lady of the Lake University. Mrs. Cammack is also certified as a Trust-Based Relational Intervention educator, a Licensed Child Care Administrator (LCCA), and a Licensed Child Placing Agency Administrator (LCPAA). 

She has served within the Catholic Charities family because “through Catholic Charities’ family of services, she is able to transform the lives of God’s most vulnerable populations. Through His work, we as a family are able to work with those we serve, not just to provide the resources and services needed today, but to promote self-sufficiency for a change of their future too.”