Lissette McEnally, BSW, ITFS
Lissette earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from North Carolina State University in 2018.  She is an active member of the National Association of Social Workers, and she currently holds her Infant‐Toddler and Family Specialist Certificate.
 
Born in Lima, Peru, Lissette is a native Spanish speaker.  Since moving to North Carolina in 2002, she has enjoyed working with the Hispanic community in a variety of settings, including healthcare administration and case management.  As a case manager, she was a steadfast advocate for the diverse homeless families she served through Family Promise of Wake County.  She is very adept in understanding and connecting community resources and reinforcing positive parenting principles. 

Lissette also worked a culturally‐sensitive agent; assisting families overcome language barriers  during CDSA evaluations.  She actively aided physical, occupational, and speech therapists in a  family's native language, and she believes that communication among a child's care team is vital to the success of a child. 

Lissette is a proud volunteer at Wake Med Hospital and the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants.  She has also collaborated with SAFEchild’s “Crianza con Cariño” (Raising Children with Love and Tenderness) Program in Wake County offering parent education and support services to prevent abuse and neglect.  Lissette’s focus is building stronger families by creating a healthy and nurturing environment, which allows children to thrive.  

A mother of two boys, Lissette appreciates the positive impact on children of parental involvement and skilled therapeutic intervention, and she looks forward to bringing her expertise on child‐rearing, social support and child empowerment to her work with your family.

Personal Insight
In her free time, Lisette enjoys being with her husband and two boys, nature walks, traveling, exercising and Peruvian folkloric dancing.  She also loves cooking and learning about new cultures.

Lisse��e earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from North Carolina State University in 2018.  She is an ac��ve member of the Na��onal Associa��on of Social Workers, and she currently holds her Infant‐Toddler and Family Specialist Cer��fica��on.  
Born in Lima, Peru, Lisse��e is a na��ve Spanish speaker.  Since moving to North Carolina in 2002, she has enjoyed working with the Hispanic community in a variety of se��ngs, including healthcare administra��on and case management.  As a case manager, she was a steadfast advocate for the diverse homeless families she served through Family Promise of Wake County.  She is very adept in understanding and connec��ng community resources and reinforcing posi��ve paren��ng principles.  
Lisse��e also worked a culturally‐sensi��ve agent; assis��ng families overcome language barriers   during CDSA evalua��ons.  She ac��vely aided physical, occupa��onal, and speech therapists in a