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After a statewide search, we are pleased to welcome Nick Bratvold to the Child Advocacy Centers of South Dakota (CACSD) as Chapter Coordinator.

Born in Silver SprinNick Bratvold, CACSD Chapter Coordinatorg, Maryland, Nick has lived the majority of his life in South Dakota. He is a graduate of the University of South Dakota (USD), where he earned a B.S. in History and M.A. in Adult & Higher Education. Here, Nick served in a number of local, regional and national volunteer roles, including Student Government Association and Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity among many others.

“Through my experiences at USD, I’ve learned to always look towards the future while building hope for others,” said Bratvold, “I am delighted and humbled to serve such a passionate and welcoming organization.”

An enthusiastic and versatile team player, Nick brings with him an array of experience in strategic planning, community building and volunteer engagement and leadership.

“CACSD aspires to a vision I believe in, with a team that I am eager to work alongside,” continued Bratvold.

Cooperation and collaboration are key components of the work done by child advocacy centers and their multi-disciplinary partners when providing services to child abuse victims and their families.

“With Nick’s leadership and his proven ability to bring people together, he is the right person to move the Chapter forward in its commitment to ensure that every South Dakota child abuse victim has access to the services they need,” said Casey Murschel, outgoing CACSD Chapter Coordinator.

Nick will be based out of Sioux Falls, South Dakota and officially began as Chapter Coordinator on Monday, May 22nd. He can be reached at (605) 951-5174 or coordinator@cacs-sd.org.

 

 

 

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CACSD is a network of Child Advocacy Centers (CACs) dedicated to helping local communities respond to allegations of child abuse in ways that are effective and efficient – and put the needs of child victims first.

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