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Cheryl Kolb-Untinen, MS, LCPC, Community Services Manager
Cheryl has 20 years of experience working with survivors of sexual and domestic violence in a multitude of settings including hospital ER’s, emergency and extended stay shelters, criminal and civil court and the provision of therapy. She has a BA in applied behavioral science and an MS in counseling from National Louis University in Evanston, IL. She carries her Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) credential through the state of Illinois and is a Certified Danger Assessor through Dr. Jacqueline Campbell’s Danger Assessment protocol. She regularly speaks and provides trainings to audiences such as law enforcement, attorneys, college students, faith communities, medical professionals, and social service providers on domestic violence and compassion fatigue.
Colleen Schmitt, Director of Day One
Colleen Schmitt is a graduate from St. Catherine University, St. Paul, Minnesota with a major in social work and minor in women’s studies. She has over 30 years of experience in the field of interpersonal violence. Colleen was involved with the evolution of Day One as a consultant on the original team charged with developing the processes, protocols, practices, and trainings. She was hired by Cornerstone when Day One was acquired by the organization in 2005. As part of Cornerstone’s Senior Management Team, she is currently responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Day One program including technology, partner relationships, program evaluation, training, and technical assistance. She has a talent for developing collaborative groups across multidisciplinary fields. Colleen tirelessly works on decreasing interpersonal violence in communities locally, nationally, and all around the world.