Our Leadership Team
“Leadership is not about titles, positions or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another.”
John C. Maxwell
Dennis J. Carradin, Jr.
Dennis Carradin is a Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health, a Nationally Certified Counselor, a Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress, and a Diplomate for the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress.
Currently, he is the Executive Director of New Perspectives, Inc., a private counseling agency in Delaware, and has served on the faculty of Penn State University, Brandywine Campus, for 15 years. He is a Vice President and Principal Consultant for SSC Consulting. Dennis is a trained trainer for Crisis Care Network and serves on three international trauma firms.
Dennis is a former Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician and a former Emergency Medical Technician with the state of Delaware. He is a former volunteer Fire Fighter and serves as a LAST member for the National Fallen Firefighter Foundation in conjunction with the National Fire Academy. He is the clinical director and team coordinator of the New Castle County CISM team and serves as the State CISM Chairman for the Delaware Volunteer Fireman's Association. Dennis is the President elect and an active member of the Wilmington West Rotary Club. He is also listed in the National Center for Crisis Management’s directory of expert witnesses and premiere speakers bureau.
He has attended Millersville University, Temple University and Walden University. Dennis has conducted numerous debriefings in domestic as well as international disasters, shootings, bombings, bank robberies, corporate incidents, school disasters, and Fire, EMS, Police tragedies. He has responded to several national disasters including, but not limited to, the attacks on the WTC in NYC, Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy relief efforts, Sandy Hook Elementary School Shootings, The Boston Marathon Bombings, the Navy Yard shootings, the Pulse Nightclub shootings, and the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
Lyn Feldbaumer is a Community Relations Liaison for MeadowWood Behavioral Health Systems in New Castle, Delaware. She has worked in the Mental Health field for over 11 years. First serving as a Drug and Alcohol counselor where she earned her Certified Associate Addiction certification. Presently Lyn works in the Marketing Department of the hospital providing training and business development. She is a past Board Member of New Directions, an organization providing education and support to those suffering with mental illnesses. Also, as a past Vice President of Military and Community Partners, Lyn worked closely with members of the Armed Forces and their families who encountered difficult times due to multiple deployments. Lyn has been a member of the Critical Incident Stress Management team for 8 years and also serves as a Board Member of the Trauma Survivors Foundation. Lyn is very proud of the work she does with these various groups helping all to attain a better quality of life.
Thomas J. D'Alessandro, III
Tom D'Alessandro is a financial services executive with a diverse background, leading organizations through transformational change, evolution and growth. He has experience building, developing and leading motivated collaborative teams that consistently exceed expectations. He has taken on progressively more strategic roles in Strategic Sourcing, Procurement, Vendor Management, Risk, and Human Resources during his career. Tom is currently Director of Contingent Workforce Procurement with M&T Bank.
Tom is a Life Member of the Christiana Fire Company in Newark, Delaware. He was an active member for over 20 years as a firefighter and Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician – Basic. Tom served as President, Vice President & Board Chair, Director, Public Information Officer and Treasurer during his tenure. Tom was President of the New Castle County Volunteer Firefighters Association in 2005. He represented the Delaware Volunteer Firefighters Association on the Delaware Emergency Medical Services Oversight Council [DEMSOC]. He served as Treasurer of the Delaware Children's Fire Safety Foundation and as a Director with the Delaware Center for Justice.
Tom earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree in Human Resources Administration from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and completed the Consumer Bankers Association Graduate School of Retail Bank Management at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Harold Bozeman is a sworn member of the Wilmington Police Department since Sept 30, 1996 and was promoted to Sgt. Feb 22, 2013. He currently serves as the team and training coordinator for the WPD CISM team and is a long-time volunteer with the New Castle County Public Safety CISM team.
Harold is a negotiator and team leader with the Wilmington Police Crisis Management / Hostage Negotiations Team since April 2012 and Team Leader / Supervisor Wilmington Police Honor Guard
In March 2013, He was appointed to serve as the team and training coordinator for the Wilmington PD Crisis Intervention Team. His team is currently staffed by 14 members. After completing his initial CIT training he was invited to sit on the Law Enforcement Advisory Board at NAMI DE and the State of Delaware CIT training committee.
Harold is a COPT Certified Police Instructor and has been developing and presenting various curricula, to include CISM, weapons of mass destruction response, hostage negotiations, and incident response to terrorist bombings for the Wilmington Police Academy since 2005. He is an instructor for the Office of Domestic Preparedness, certified through the New Mexico Institute for Science and Technology and Louisiana State University, to present their material for Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings, Law Enforcement Protective Measures, Law Enforcement Response to WMD Incidents, and Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents.
Harold is a certified Field Training Officer, trained through Pennsylvania State University. He attended the Penn State Police Officer Supervisor Initial Training and the FBI's Law Enforcement Executive Development Academy for Police Supervisors as well as their Command Leadership School. He has been on the FOP Lodge #1 board of directors since August 2008 and was elected President of the Lodge in October 2013.
His primary job is supervisor to the Business Improvement Districts patrol unit, a nine-officer team counting myself. In that capacity he provides safety training and talks to members of the business community and sit on the Security Managers Boards for the Downtown Wilmington Business Improvement District and the Riverfront Wilmington Business Improvement District.
Harold has been honored with the following:
Four Distinguished Service awards (WPD)
Three Outstanding Service awards (WPD)
Two Merit Lifesaving awards (WPD)
Two Mothers Against Drunk Driving Achievement Awards
New Castle County Police Commendation for Bravery
Jefferson Award for Public and Community Service
Kristin Maloney is a Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health, a Nationally Certified Counselor, and a Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional. She graduated from the University of Delaware and Wilmington University. She started her career as a therapist 8 years ago and is currently working at New Perspectives, Inc., a private counseling agency in Delaware. Kristin works with both children and adults and individuals, couples, and families who are having difficulty coping with post traumatic stress, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, and many other mental health concerns. She is a member in good standing with the American Counseling Association.
Carl Pace is a local entrepreneur who owns several business in the Middletown area. He was previously employed by New Castle County as a Deputy Sheriff, where he was educated and trained in the interaction of persons with mental health issues. Carl was then assigned to investigate and apprehend individuals with mental health warrants; once located he was then tasked with safely transporting the subject to a mental health facility for evaluation. Currently, he works with new police officers at the Delaware State Police Academy on the recognition of persons with mental health issues and the appropriate resolutions to their interactions.
Carl has been a member of the Delaware State Fire Service since 1998. He has served the Christiana Fire Company a member of their Board of Directors, an EMS Officer, Junior Advisor, firefighter and emergency medical technician. Christiana Fire Company has honored Carl in the past by presenting him with their esteemed “Member of the Year” award.
Carl has long seated roots in the community and to public service. He has spent countless hours working with non-profit organizations that support the homeless, disabled and others in need. As a result of his community involvement, Carl has been the nominee and recipient of a multitude of community service awards to include the prestigious Jefferson Award for Community Service.
Matt began his carrier in emergency services in 1998 when he joined the Cheswold Volunteer Fire Company. In 1999, he became one of the first 1000 EMTs in the state to become certified as a Nationally registered EMT-B. He also completing numerous fire training classes at the Delaware State Fire School. He has volunteered countless hours providing emergency medical care and fire/rescue services. Matt has held the following leadership positions for the company: Assistant Ambulance Crew Chief, Ambulance Crew Chief, Company Secretary, Vice-President and Company President. Matt was elected President of the Kent County Ambulance Association in 2003. In the early summer of 1999, Matt began working as a 911 dispatcher for the Rehoboth Beach Police and Fire Company. He became a certified Emergency Medical Dispatcher and received extensive training regarding the laws of the State and City of Rehoboth Beach ordnances. In October of 2000, he started working full time as a 911 police dispatcher for the Dover Police Department.
During his tenure with Dover PD, he received the following awards: Civilian of the Quarter for the second quarter of 2001, Civilian of the Quarter for the fourth quarter of 2005 and Civilian of the year for 2005. He was awarded for Perfect Attendance in 2005 and also received a Loyal Service Award. Matt was nominated and awarded “Telecommunicator of the Year” in 2004 by APCO International (Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials) and “runner up” for the year 2006. In April of 2005, Matt received a Unit Citation from APCO International. He received training at the Delaware State Police Academy for crisis calls such as a barricaded subject, hostage negotiation and suicidal subjects. Matt is proudest of the citation he was awarded for a pre-hospital life save in 2008, while working as an EMT in the City of Wilmington. Matt has been a member of the Delaware Critical Incident Stress Management team since 2013.