ROX Coaches 

Each ROX Facilitator is paired with a ROX Coach upon completion of their facilitator training. Our talented coaches are experienced, expert ROX Facilitators in their own schools/communities, with a broad knowledge of the ROX curriculum, implementation and research.

Coaches act as a new facilitator's personal consultant and trainer through their first year of program implementation and serves as a champion for each facilitator and her program, thereafter.


Meet the coaches:

Maureen Casamassimo “Mrs C” was present at the think tank when Dr. Hinkelman introduced the idea of creating a program for girls based on her years of research.  As a counseling supervisor for The Ohio State University College of Education, Mrs. C oversaw the implementation of the first ROX programs. Her role was to support the interns in structuring the program to accommodate the school setting and maintaining the intentions of the ROX curriculum for the participants. She really is the "OG" coach!

Maureen Casamassimo

“Mrs C” was present at the think tank when Dr. Hinkelman introduced the idea of creating a program for girls based on her years of research.  As a counseling supervisor for The Ohio State University College of Education, Mrs. C oversaw the implementation of the first ROX programs. Her role was to support the interns in structuring the program to accommodate the school setting and maintaining the intentions of the ROX curriculum for the participants. She really is the "OG" coach!

Jaime Fogarty Jaime is a social worker at The Fulton County Health Department, located in Wauseon, OH. She is blessed to devote her entire work week to the development and sustainability of ROX throughout Fulton County. Jaime began facilitating ROX in 2015 at one school in the county and has since expanded programs countrywide to all seven area school districts! As the mother of four daughters, the ROX program is not just a job for Jaime, it’s a personal mission.

Jaime Fogarty

Jaime is a social worker at The Fulton County Health Department, located in Wauseon, OH. She is blessed to devote her entire work week to the development and sustainability of ROX throughout Fulton County. Jaime began facilitating ROX in 2015 at one school in the county and has since expanded programs countrywide to all seven area school districts!

As the mother of four daughters, the ROX program is not just a job for Jaime, it’s a personal mission.

Lori McCartney Lori is a school counselor at Green High School near Akron, OH. She first became involved with ROX in 2012 after attending a session presented by Dr. Hinkelman at the All Ohio Counselor Conference. Lori fell in love with the program and made it her mission to bring it to our community! Since that time, Lori has been involved with ROX in a number of different capacities and during the 2016-17 school year, her district ran a total of seven programs at the middle and high schools. 

Lori McCartney

Lori is a school counselor at Green High School near Akron, OH. She first became involved with ROX in 2012 after attending a session presented by Dr. Hinkelman at the All Ohio Counselor Conference. Lori fell in love with the program and made it her mission to bring it to our community! Since that time, Lori has been involved with ROX in a number of different capacities and during the 2016-17 school year, her district ran a total of seven programs at the middle and high schools. 

 
Lauren Morosky Lauren is a school counselor at Central Crossing High School in Grove City, OH where she runs ROX with high school girls. She first became involved in ROX in 2009 as a graduate student under Dr. Hinkelman. Since that time, Lauren has run community and summer programs, as well as mother/daughter programs at the Marysville Women's Correctional Facility with incarcerated mothers and their daughters. Lauren is an active member of the ROX Education Committee and assists with ROX curriculum revisions and special projects.

Lauren Morosky

Lauren is a school counselor at Central Crossing High School in Grove City, OH where she runs ROX with high school girls. She first became involved in ROX in 2009 as a graduate student under Dr. Hinkelman. Since that time, Lauren has run community and summer programs, as well as mother/daughter programs at the Marysville Women's Correctional Facility with incarcerated mothers and their daughters. Lauren is an active member of the ROX Education Committee and assists with ROX curriculum revisions and special projects.

Sarah Ten Hoeve Sarah graduated from Miami University with a degree in Psychology and Women’s Studies. After nearly a decade working with at-risk youth and re-entry programming in the juvenile justice field, she returned to college and earned her Master’s degree in School Counseling from The Ohio State University. She has been involved with ROX since 2011, and has facilitated middle and high school level groups in the Columbus, Ohio area at Linden McKinley STEM Academy, Arts and College Prep Academy, and Groveport Madison High School. Sarah is a licensed K-12 school counselor currently residing near Philadelphia, PA.

Sarah Ten Hoeve

Sarah graduated from Miami University with a degree in Psychology and Women’s Studies. After nearly a decade working with at-risk youth and re-entry programming in the juvenile justice field, she returned to college and earned her Master’s degree in School Counseling from The Ohio State University. She has been involved with ROX since 2011, and has facilitated middle and high school level groups in the Columbus, Ohio area at Linden McKinley STEM Academy, Arts and College Prep Academy, and Groveport Madison High School. Sarah is a licensed K-12 school counselor currently residing near Philadelphia, PA.

Sibyl Cato West, Ph.D Dr. West is an associate professor in the Department of Counseling at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she teaches a variety of school counseling content and diversity related skills-based courses. While earning her Ph.D. in Counselor Education at The Ohio State University, Sibyl began working with Lisa on the development and implementation of the ROX Research Study and Program. She has been committed to the mission of ROX ever since! In addition to being a ROX Coach, Dr. West is also a part of the ROX Facilitator Training team. 

Sibyl Cato West, Ph.D

Dr. West is an associate professor in the Department of Counseling at Indiana University of
Pennsylvania, where she teaches a variety of school counseling content and diversity related
skills-based courses.

While earning her Ph.D. in Counselor Education at The Ohio State University, Sibyl began working with Lisa on the development and implementation of the ROX Research Study and Program. She has been committed to the mission of ROX ever since! In addition to being a ROX Coach, Dr. West is also a part of the ROX Facilitator Training team. 

 
Nancy Willis Nancy has been part of the ROX staff since 2014. Prior to that, she was a founding staff member and school counselor at KIPP Columbus Middle School. During her five years there, she founded the KIPP To College program and school counseling program of which ROX was a part of. As a staff member at ROX, Nancy works to assist in boarding new facilitators, managing volunteers and our community programs. "I absolutely love being a part of the ROX family and look forward to working with you!"

Nancy Willis

Nancy has been part of the ROX staff since 2014. Prior to that, she was a founding staff member and school counselor at KIPP Columbus Middle School. During her five years there, she founded the KIPP To College program and school counseling program of which ROX was a part of. As a staff member at ROX, Nancy works to assist in boarding new facilitators, managing volunteers and our community programs. "I absolutely love being a part of the ROX family and look forward to working with you!"

Rachel Zufall Rachel is a licensed professional school counselor and served as the school counselor for 9 years at Columbus Preparatory Academy, a K-11 public charter school. As a ROX facilitator since 2007, Rachel has had the opportunity to help with special projects, fundraising, education, training, curriculum revision and coaching. After leading over 20 ROX programs at CPA since 2008, Rachel joined the ROX staff full-time in 2017 as Director of Curriculum and Educational Programs.

Rachel Zufall

Rachel is a licensed professional school counselor and served as the school counselor for 9 years at Columbus Preparatory Academy, a K-11 public charter school. As a ROX facilitator since 2007, Rachel has had the opportunity to help with special projects, fundraising, education, training, curriculum revision and coaching.

After leading over 20 ROX programs at CPA since 2008, Rachel joined the ROX staff full-time in 2017 as Director of Curriculum and Educational Programs.

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