Session 6E: Right People, Right Seats, Right Bus: An Intentional Approach to Attracting, Selecting, and Growing Your People
Track: The Business of Child Advocacy
Our people are our most important resource. Without the skill, dedication, and resilience of our CAC professionals, we simply could not do the vital work we do for victims of childhood trauma. We must be able to compete and win in the talent market by attracting, selecting, and growing the right people in our CACs. Learn about talent optimization and its application to Children's Advocacy Centers.
Children's Advocacy Center of Benton County
Natalie Tibbs is the Executive Director (ED) of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Benton County. She has been with the CAC since 2006 and has held several roles including advocate, educator, nurse, and assistant director prior to taking the role of ED in 2015. She graduated in 2006 from the Northwest Arkansas Community College with her Associate Degree in Nursing and then from John Brown University in 2020 with her degree in Psychology. She has received certifications as a sexual assault nurse examiner to perform sexual assault examinations on adult, adolescent, and pediatric populations. Additionally, Natalie served as the Benton County Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Coordinator from 2009 to 2020.
Founder and Principal / Board of Directors
C3 Advisors LLC / CAC of Benton County (Arkansas)
Chuck Hyde is the founder and principal of C3 Advisors, a private consulting practice in Northwest Arkansas focused on executive development and talent optimization. He is a Certified Talent Optimization Consultant through the Predictive Index. Prior to starting his own firm, he spent 12 years, the last eight as CEO of Soderquist Leadership, a consulting firm affiliated with John Brown University. His professional career began in the Fortune 100, spending 12 years with Kimberly-Clark Corporation with various roles in supply chain operations in their consumer packaged goods business. Hyde holds a Master of Business Administration from John Brown University and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. He is also vice chairman of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Benton County board of directors. He’s been a board member since 2017.