Our team is committed to ensuring a full spectrum of networked programs is available to children and families to enable them to receive individualized services for their unique situations.
To accomplish this, Community Partnership for Children partners with public and private agencies, the courts, policymakers and community members to develop and maintain resources that will support children and families. Through the efforts and involvement of the community, we are able to keep children safe and build strong families.
Chief Executive Officer
Ms. Flositz serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Community Partnership for Children. She joined the organization in 2004 after 12 years with the Department of Children and Families serving as a child welfare case manager, case manager supervisor, program specialist and contract specialist. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida. Additionally, she is certified by the Department of Children and Families as a Child Protection Professional, Child Protection Supervisor, Child Protection Specialist and Contract Manager.
Kellie Daniels McKenzie
Director of Case Management
Mrs. McKenzie currently serves as the Director of Case Management for Community Partnership for Children. Mrs. McKenzie joined the organization in January 2003 as a Case Management Supervisor and became a certified Child Protection Supervisor in 2004. Mrs. McKenzie began working in the child welfare industry in 2001 at the Department of Children and Families prior to privatization. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from the University of Central Florida and a Masters Degree in Psychology from Capella University.
Director of Programs
Mrs. Antoine currently serves as the Director of Programs. She began her career in the child welfare industry in 1999 at the Department of Children and Families. Mrs. Antoine joined Community Partnership for Children in November 2002 as a Case Manager Supervisor. As the Director of Programs, she oversees the Behavioral Health and Placement Department, Adoptions Unit, Court Unit and Mentor Program. She holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Central Florida and a Masters in Counseling from Troy University. In addition, she is certified as a Case Manager Supervisor.
Director of Human Resources
Mrs. Pandolfi currently serves as the Director of Human Resources for Community Partnership for Children. Mrs. Pandolfi joined the organization in April 2010 as a Human Resources Generalist and was promoted in December of 2012 to the Manager role for the Human Resource Department. Mrs. Pandolfi began working in Human Resources in 2002 for a private owned company prior to joining Community Partnership for Children in 2010.
Ms. Long joined Community Partnership for Children in January 2003 as a Case Manager. She became supervisor of the Judicial Unit in 2005 and helped to create the Voluntary Intervention Program in 2008; a program that focuses on offering services to families in the home rather than bringing court action. In January 2010, she was promoted to Program Operations Administrator, and currently serves as Prevention Manager.
Ms. Long earned her Bachelors Degree in Sociology and Computer Applications from the University of Notre Dame in 2002 and Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in 2007. She is involved in the Notre Dame Club of Daytona Beach and has participated in various child welfare events sponsored by the Department of Children and Families including Child Welfare Leadership Program (2008), Florida Youth Leadership Academy (2009 and 2010), Camp Sib (2008-2010), and Myron Rolle Wellness and Leadership Academy (2009).