Karen Liverman and LaDonna McGee are passionate about the welfare of children. Both are mothers, foster
and kinship care parents and adoptive parents • collectively spanning over a 40 plus year period.
These remarkable women came together with their personal set of skills and experience to develop unique tools
That assist families and child welfare professionals with educational training modules and self help organizational
Karen Liverman • Mrs. Liverman has been a devote advocate for the welfare of children for over 40 years and is presently
a Research Educator for the Oakland Schools for Early On Services and Wayne State University, the State of Michigan as
a Resource Family Recruiter and Foster Parent Support Group Facilitator.
Mrs Liverman, has served as a board member for several statewide foster parent associations. She is an annual presenter
for the State of Michigan Foster and Adoptive Parent Conference, as well as a frequent presenter for the State of
Michigan Foster Parent Review Board and various national conventions. She is Author & Co-Author collaborating on
several training modules curriculums and organization and planning tools for parents and professional child care providers.
LaDonna McGee • Has been a domestic violence advocate for over 10 years and executive director of Faith Beyond
Abuse Global Initiative for Women and Girls of which she founded in 2013. Through this organization Mrs. McGee
and her team of compassionate women of diverse nationalities and education developed a series of domestic violence
awareness and prevention curriculums with a primary focus to encompassed the entire family unite.
Mrs. McGee, retired in 2014 as a business branding consultant that includes a diverse skill set in web developing &
design, she is recognized for her extraordinary creative custom graphic design abilities and curriculum research and
development for over 28 years servicing clients nationally.