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Our Staff

A positive and efficient team behind NMCAC

A committed family of professionals

NMCAC is always trying to create positive and efficient atmosphere for the staff and volunteers.

The goal of NMCAC is to help as many children as possible and prevent the incidents of abuse in the future. NMCAC is a well-managed organization. The staff consists of dedicated, professional, and trained people.

Meet the founder

Rebecca Yuncker laid the foundation of NMCAC. She saw the need for assistant in children abuse and founded NMCAC to be the voice of the most vulnerable.

Rebecca graduated from Central Michigan University with her Undergraduate Degree in Child Development and Psychology and earned her Master’s Degree in Counseling. After receiving her Master’s degree she moved to Grand Rapids and worked at the Kent County Children’s Assessment Center for 15 years.

Founder, Executive Director

Board of Directors

Kris Adaline

Education Consultant

Iosco County

Jennifer Boggs


Roscommon County

Amanda Clough

Grayling Deputy Police Chief, Crawford County

Crawford County

Chief Brian Hill

Chief of Police Gerrish Police Department

Roscommon County

Mark Ferguson

Tri-County Agency Inc., Risk Management Specialist, Chief of Police (Ret.)

Iosco County

Kathy Freer

MDHHS (ret.)

Roscommon County

Jessica Zettle

Owner/Operator – The Glass Slipper

Ogemaw County

Kara Mularz


Ogemaw County (Work County)

Edie Hoyle

Registered Nurse/Health Care Consultant

Ogemaw County

Darcie Bowers

MDHHS (ret.)

Crawford County


Program Coordinator


Forensic interviewer

Administrative Assistant


Deputy, Special Investigator

Family Advocate



Medical Coordinator

Family Advocate


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The mission of NMCAC is to reduce the trauma of child abuse and neglect by PREVENTION, INTERVENTION, and ADVOCACY.

Rebecca Yuncker


Giving the most vulnerable a VOICE

NMCAC is there for you to help you deal with this difficult time and move on in life. BECAUSE YOU MATTER! Get in touch with us now.