Philoniese Moore has dedicated more than 30 years to her work in the social services and child welfare industries. In her role as the Senior Vice President of Operations of Aunt Martha’s Integrated Care Center (ICC) and Children’s Quarantine Center (CQC), Philoniese oversees the multi-disciplinary, crisis stabilization teams, who handle the intervention and counseling of DCFS youth in care. The CQC represents the first facility in Illinois designed specifically to provide a home-like quarantine environment for DCFS youth affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prior to Aunt Martha’s, she supervised youth at Lawrence Hall Youth Services and the Maryville Academy, St. John of God boys’ shelter.
Philoniese has both a Master of Science in Counseling and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Behavior Sciences from National Lewis University. She is also a Certified Instructor for Therapeutic Crisis Intervention through Cornell University.