Kerry Moles is Assistant Director of the Division of Counseling and Home-Based Services at Children’s Aid Society. She oversees domestic violence, youth justice, and homemaker services, as well as the homeless family center and the Next Generation Teen Center for disconnected youth. She previously served as the founding director of the Family Wellness Program at Children’s Aid, which provides domestic violence intervention and prevention services, with a focus on families involved in the child welfare system.
Prior to joining Children’s Aid, Ms. Moles served in residential facilities for children, youth, and families in Los Angeles, Austin, and New York. In addition to her volunteer experience in rape crisis, domestic violence, and teen dating violence, she has served as Coordinator of the Relationship Abuse Prevention Program at Roosevelt High School in the Bronx, and worked with perpetrators of domestic violence in Safe Horizons’ Domestic Violence Accountability Program. Ms. Moles is the author of The Teen Relationship Workbook (2001), The Relationship Workbook (2003) and Strategies for Anger Management (2003). She trains nationally on domestic violence and youth development, and has chaired domestic violence committees and coalitions including the NYC Children’s Services Commissioner’s Advisory Board Subcommittee on Domestic Violence, the Healthy Teen Relationships Coalition, and the NYC Coalition on Working with Abusive Partners. She participates in citywide collaboratives and coalitions focused on domestic violence services.
Ms. Moles holds a BFA from Emerson College (1990) and an MSW from Fordham University (1998).