Katherine Schwartz, LCSW | Executive Director, Olivos
A Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Katherine has more than 20 years of experience providing intensive, community-based mental health and social services for youth and their families. Katherine, who joined Caminar in June 2017, oversees the organization’s Olivos division. She brings to Caminar expertise in delivering and supervising evidence-based wraparound, therapeutic behavioral services, intensive treatment foster care, mobile crisis, and intensive clinical case management services. Previously, Katherine served in executive and program leadership roles at Aldea Children & Family Services and Seneca Family of Agencies. She earned a Master of Social Work from Simmons College.
Karen Gianuario | Chief Executive Officer and Corporate Officer, Caminar
Karen Gianuario joined the organization in September 2013 as Senior Director of Business Development and Operations. She brings over 25 years of experience in the private, for-profit sector from her tenure at See’s Candies, where she held positions of progressive management responsibility in the areas of procurement, operations, product, and product line development. Karen served as the Director of Procurement for her final 10 years with the company.
Calleene Egan, MA | Director Operations, Olivos
Calleene began her career with Caminar in 2012, working hands-on in employment services and firmly believes that empowerment is derived from employment. She is passionate about ensuring the best service delivery and that the consumer is always put first. She brings experience in effectively managing city, county, and state contracts; successfully supporting efforts for Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) re-accreditation; and identifying and developing strategic partnerships that further support programs to flourish. Calleene received her Master’s degree from Pepperdine University, with a focus on social enterprise. Her experience also involves businesses that address social issues, providing individuals with opportunities to improve the community through the sale of services/items in which the profit is reinvested back into the business.