Paulette Mader is a member of the Promising Path to Success 2.0 Coaching Team working with NJ DCF Office of Education and Out of Home Schools using the evidenced-based model, 6 Core Strategies© for Preventing Violence, Trauma, and the Use of Seclusion and Restraint in Behavioral Health Settings. She is the Lead Family Coordinator for the PPS 2.0 grant working with Children’s Interagency Coordinating Councils in 21 counties to support their work elevating youth and family voices in their meetings. Paulette is a Certified Advanced Trainer in the Nurtured Heart Approach®. As a caregiver to a child with behavioral health challenges, Paulette brings to the job a strong and effective family voice. Before joining BRTI, Paulette worked as the Executive Director of the Mercer County Family Support Organization (FSO). Throughout her extensive career, she has worked as a mental health head nurse, nurse educator and assistant coordinator of a day treatment unit. Paulette received her Masters of Science in Nursing from the Rutgers School of Advanced Psychiatric Nursing.