Executive Director Kim Tandy Announces Transition
Kim Tandy, the founder and long-time director of the Children's Law Center in Covington, said today she is stepping down from her leadership role in June of 2017 to explore other opportunities. Tandy, who started the CLC in 1989, remains passionate about advocating for children. She is open to remaining at the Center in a more limited capacity for special projects or to assist in its litigation efforts. To read the full press release, click here. A search committee has been formed. The Executive Director profile and instructions for applying are posted - click here.
Children’s Law Center is a non-profit legal service center protecting the rights of children and youth to help them overcome barriers and transition into adulthood, better advocate for their needs, and successfully contribute to society.
The Children's Law Center, Inc. (CLC) is a unique nonprofit legal service center protecting the rights of children and youth to help them overcome barriers and transition into adulthood, better self advocate for their needs, and successfully contribute to society. It provides individual legal advocacy to children and youth, and through public policy work, training and education, impact litigation, and juvenile defender support services, seeks to improve the systems that serve children. CLC offers services throughout Kentucky and collaborates with other organizations within the region and nationally on a variety of topics. Our constituents are generally school-aged children who have unmet legal needs primarily in the areas of juvenile justice, child protection, and/or education. The majority of our child/youth clients are economically disadvantaged, disabled, incarcerated, abused and/or neglected, homeless or otherwise disadvantaged. We do not charge clients a fee. CLC’s main office in is Covington with a small office in Lexington. We receive requests for services throughout Kentucky, however.