“Serving as the President and CEO of The Fedcap Group is an enormous privilege. I attribute our long-term success to our dedicated board and staff, and the effective integration of strategic business practices and a mission-driven culture.”

Christine McMahon

President and CEO

“Serving as the President and CEO of The Fedcap Group is an enormous privilege. I attribute our long-term success to our dedicated board and staff, and the effective integration of strategic business practices and a mission-driven culture.”

Christine McMahon

President and CEO

Christine McMahon is a visionary and inspirational leader with a deep commitment to mission, able to guide large and complex organizations through rapidly changing economic and political environments. She is an effective strategist with substantial financial acumen, able to balance short-term goals and long-term planning.

Ms. McMahon joined Fedcap in 2009 as President and CEO and has championed the organization’s strategic growth from a New York City-based nonprofit to an organization with an international footprint. Ms. McMahon is nationally recognized for the breadth of her strategic vision and her expertise across a wide range of social programs and for influencing state and local healthcare and social policy.

Ms. McMahon previously served as Senior Vice President and COO of Easterseals New Hampshire, driving over 300% growth in programs and services during her tenure.

She received her Master of Health Administration from the University of New Hampshire and her BA in Psychology from New England College. Ms. McMahon has published numerous white papers including The New Risk Paradigm for Nonprofits and authors a weekly blog with over 10,000 followers.

Ms. McMahon’s numerous honors include her selection to serve on the National Advisory Committee on Increasing Competitive Integrated Employment for Individuals with Disabilities, being named by the New Hampshire Business Review as the Outstanding Woman in Business, and receipt of the National Easterseals – Lou Lowenkron Award for Program Innovation.

Areas of Expertise

• Building A Bold Vision

• System Change

• Organizational Development

• Mergers and Acquisitions

• Structure Building

• Engaging Business In The Employment of People With Barriers

• Special Education

• Risk Management

• Short and Long Term Planning

• Understand and Embrace New Technology

• Spot High Level Talent

Contact Information

Christine McMahon
President and CEO, The Fedcap Group
CMcMahon@fedcap.org

“We all need a chance to succeed. Every one of us. I am inspired every day to be working at an organization that touches the lives of so many people who need that chance.”

Carol Khoury

Chief Financial Officer

“We all need a chance to succeed. Every one of us. I am inspired every day to be working at an organization that touches the lives of so many people who need that chance.”

Carol Khoury

Chief Financial Officer

As the CFO of The Fedcap Group, Carol brings to this position a work ethic, tenacity, attention to detail and “can do” spirit that is imperative in this critical role.  She has earned the trust of her colleagues, staff and our Board of Directors by her steadfast, “over and above” efforts over the past 5+ years with the agency.

Carol joined The Fedcap Group as Controller in January 2014. In this role Carol was responsible for all facets of financial operations and for partnering with executives of subsidiary companies to drive revenue growth and efficient use of resources.  Carol also oversaw the payroll department for a staff of 4,500, the budgeting process, directed the audit, and federal, state and city filings process for the organization and our many subsidiaries located throughout the US and the UK. 

Carol has spent 25+ years serving in various financial roles in the nonprofit world.  She served as CFO of United Spinal Association Inc., as Deputy Treasurer for Nassau County, New York where she was a member of the Nassau County Deferred Compensation Board of Directors, and Treasurer of the Nassau County Sewer and Storm Water Finance Authority. She also served as Controller of Resources for Children with Special Needs (now IncludeNYC).

Areas of Expertise

• Managerial Finance

• Auditing

• Program Management

• Financial Reporting and Analysis

• Internal Controls

• Mergers and Acquisitions

• Team Building

• Business process Improvement

Contact Information

Carol Khoury
Chief Financial Officer, The Fedcap Group
212-727-4270
CKhoury@fedcap.org

“The Fedcap Group is committed to Changing the World— significantly improving the lives of the impoverished and disadvantaged. Being part of an organization courageous enough to establish bold goals is a once in a lifetime experience.”

Lorrie Lutz

Chief Strategy Officer

“The Fedcap Group is committed to Changing the World— significantly improving the lives of the impoverished and disadvantaged. Being part of an organization courageous enough to establish bold goals is a once in a lifetime experience.”

Lorrie Lutz

Chief Strategy Officer

Lorrie L. Lutz is the Chief Strategy Officer for the Fedcap Group, overseeing strategic planning, engagement and communications, innovations in program design, the Community Impact Institute, the National Center for Innovation and System Improvement, the Leadership Academy and the agency-wide Metrics That Matter initiative.

Lorrie brings a wealth of experience in large scale system change, program design and implementation, technology implementation, and public policy reform. In her work with The Fedcap Group Lorrie has developed Get Ready!™ and PrepNOW!™ –web-based, interactive platforms to advance the educational success, college entrance and graduation of youth in foster care.

Prior to coming to Fedcap, Lorrie served as the President of L3 P Associates, a consulting firm specializing in enhancing the quality of social services. Lorrie also served as faculty for the Georgetown University Center for Juvenile Justice Reform and was a primary author of the Center’s Crossover Youth Practice Model.  She was also on the faculty for the Casey Family Programs Breakthrough Series on topics such as Reducing Disproportionality and Disparate Outcomes in the Child Welfare System, Improving Child Safety Assessments, Foster Parent Recruitment and Retention, and Trauma Focused CBT.

Lorrie authored numerous white papers and is nationally recognized for her expertise in child welfare, juvenile justice and system reform. A sampling of her publications include: Relationship Between Resource Families, Birth Families and the System of Care-Preventing the Triangulation of the Triangle of Support; Recruitment of Resource Families-The Promise and the Paradox;  Concurrent Planning to Achieve Child Permanency;  Achieving Permanence For Children- A Daunting Challenge; and Promising Practices in Adoption Competent Mental Health Services.

Lorrie’s past professional experience includes serving as the Commissioner of the Division for Children Youth and Families for the State of New Hampshire, Bureau Chief for Family Services for the State of Idaho, Director of Community Services for Fort Leonard Wood Missouri, and Director of Community Programs for Catholic Charities in Minnesota.

Lorrie received her undergraduate degree in Social Work at the University of Minnesota and her graduate degrees in Human Resources and Public Policy Administration from Webster University in St. Louis

Areas of Expertise

• Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice

• System Change

• Strategic Planning

• Program Design

• Family Centered Practice

• Web-based Platform Design

• Leadership Development

Contact Information

Lorrie Lutz
Chief Strategy Officer, The Fedcap Group
212-727-4200
LLutz@fedcap.org

“ Leveraging information technology is critical to the future of The Fedcap Group. We are making smart investments to ensure our sustainability, relevance and our impact well into the future.”

Tammy Mickelson

Chief Information Officer

“ Leveraging information technology is critical to the future of The Fedcap Group. We are making smart investments to ensure our sustainability, relevance and our impact well into the future.”

Tammy Mickelson

Chief Information Officer

Tammy Mickelson joined Fedcap in January 2013, managing the financial operations of Fedcap’s New England programs. Tammy soon took on the project management for the Oracle Cloud ERP and Oracle Database Services implementation.

In June 2019, Tammy was promoted to the Chief Information officer for The Fedcap Group.

Prior to her work with The Fedcap Group, Ms. Mickelson served as the VP Information Technology at Easterseals New Hampshire, Inc., a multi-state not-for-profit human services organization with annual revenues in excess of $110 million. In this capacity, she managed the organization’s IT infrastructure and operations including departmental budgeting, capital/operating expense management, vendor relations, contract review and due diligence, IT security policy review and technology life cycle management. As management team member, she participated in strategic planning, including expense forecasting, IT capital planning, and management reporting enhancements.

Ms. Mickelson is a highly skilled leader with extensive experience in information technology infrastructure development and business systems implementation.  She has a proven track record of serving as a business partner for program initiatives and corporate management strategies.  Ms. Mickelson is a practiced project leader and facilitator of successful business system implementations with a focus on process improvement, best practices and industry standards while balancing regulatory requirements and end user needs.

Contact Information

Tammy Mickelson
Chief Information Officer, The Fedcap Group
603-759-9302
TMickelson@fedcap.org