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Lucas County Children Services Names Sophia Lloyd as Deputy Director

Special to The Truth


Lucas County Children Services (LCCS), the county agency responsible for leading the community in the protection of children, has named Sophia Lloyd to the newly created position of Deputy Director.

Lloyd brings 30 years of experience in social services to LCCS, most of them at the director level, in both the public and private sectors. She has served as executive director of a 24-hour emergency shelter for homeless families; as chief operating officer for two organizations with multi-million dollar budgets; as an affordable housing and social service provider at a faith-based community organization; as director of a social service agency, where she directed and provided strategic planning and oversight of public assistance programs; as well as a director responsible for developing multi-generational and cross-discipline programs for a faith-based system.


Sophia Lloyd

“As we considered the experience of a number of highly qualified candidates, Sophia Lloyd stood out for her breadth and depth of knowledge of the caring professions, as well as her understanding of the needs of children in Lucas County. We believe that her insight will be a tremendous asset to our agency’s leadership team as child welfare undergoes significant change in the coming years,” says Robin Reese, executive director of Lucas County Children Services.

Lloyd holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Toledo, a master’s degree in social work from the University of Michigan, and a certificate in organizational development from DePaul University in Chicago.

About Lucas County Children Services

The mission of Lucas County Children Services is to lead the community in the protection of children at risk of abuse and neglect. This is accomplished by working with families, service providers and community members to assess risk and coordinate community-based services resulting in safe, stable and permanent families for children.




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