Cindy Booth, Chief Executive Officer of Child Advocates
Cynthia “Cindy” Booth serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Child Advocates which offers vital programs and services for children and youth who are abused and neglected, statewide, through a race equity lens. Cindy is an attorney and, under her direction, she pioneered Child Advocates’ award-winning Interrupting Racism for Children program and was instrumental in Child Advocates’ recognition as the National CASA Diversity Award winner in 2010 and 2020 for race equity programming and diversity efforts. Cindy also led the agency’s lauded work as the CASA agency for Marion County courts, a position which it held for 39 years.
Jill English, Chief of Community, Equity, and Inclusion
Jill L. English is the Chief of Community, Equity, and Inclusion and oversees the Interrupting Racism for Children Workshops for Child Advocates. She has advocated for and worked with children who are abused and neglected since the 1990s including roles as a trainer for Court-Appointed Special Advocates on cultural sensitivity and as a guardian ad litem for Marion County youth. She is also a popular guest speaker on the impact of racism on our children.
Angela Cain, Chief Communications Officer/Podcast Host & Producer
Angela Cain is the President of Angela Cain Communications, a PR, Media Training, Communications, and brand storytelling agency. She also works for Child Advocates to help tell their story, internally and externally, including producing and hosting the nonprofit’s “Your Voice. Their Future” podcast. Angela is a multiple Emmy award-winning former television news anchor/reporter, Community Affairs Director, and Public Affairs Director.