“Leading the people and the work of The Fedcap Group is an enormous privilege. We combine the strengths of a top-tier business with a mission to achieving measurable results for the people we serve.”

Christine McMahon

President and CEO

“Leading the people and the work of The Fedcap Group is an enormous privilege. We combine the strengths of a top-tier business with a mission to achieving measurable results for the people we serve.”

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

“At the Fedcap Group we are all committed to making a real difference. The Finance Department is not just focused on keeping the lights on, it is focused on shining the light in the right direction, navigating the company to future growth and value.”

Karen Wegmann

Chief Financial Officer

“At the Fedcap Group we are all committed to making a real difference. The Finance Department is not just focused on keeping the lights on, it is focused on shining the light in the right direction, navigating the company to future growth and value.”

Karen Wegmann

Chief Financial Officer

Karen Wegmann, joined Fedcap in April, 2014. As CFO, she provides both operational and programmatic support to the organization, supervises the finance unit, and is the organization’s chief financial spokesperson. Ms. Wegmann works with the President/CEO on Fedcap’s strategic vision, including fostering and cultivating shareholder relationships on city, state and national levels, as well as assisting in the development and negotiation of contracts.

Prior to joining Fedcap, Ms. Wegmann served as Chief Financial Officer of YAI Network, comprised of seven independent nonprofit agencies with total annual revenues of $290 million and 5,600 employees serving over 20,000 individuals at 450 sites. Ms. Wegmann’s responsibilities included pensions and investments, business development, technology, insurance, property acquisitions, contract management, procurement, government relations, external audits, and finance and business planning. While at YAI Ms. Wegmann also served as Controller, Director of Finance and Chief Business Officer, and reported directly to the board of trustees of each of the seven independent agencies.

Ms. Wegmann’s previous experience includes Director of Accounting, Spanish International Television Network; Manager of Finance and Accounting for CBS Inc., and Manager of Sales Analysis and Assistant to Director of Finance and Analysis for CBS Publishing Group.

Ms. Wegmann holds an MBA, Corporate Finance, from Pace University and a BA in Accounting and Information Systems from Queens College, City University of New York. She has been a lecturer at City University of New York, Adelphi University School of Social Work, and the University Of Pennsylvania Graduate School Of Social Work.

Ms. Wegmann is a member and former Chair of the Finance Committee of the Interagency Council of Developmental Disabilities, and a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association and the Medical Group Management Association.

Areas of Expertise

“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