Employee Time Branch, Quentialla 26.25 Broussard, Daryn 1,512.00 Butler, Glyn 1,067.50 Carter, Linda 21 Collins, Sharia 158.5 Dahlke, Lisa 67.5 Felt, John David 5.25 Fernandez, Kathryn 283.5 Gallegos, David 542 Hall, Sarah 199 Kauffman, Stephen 105 Krantz, Jennifer L 29.67 Le, Hong T 4.35 Mire, Sophia 3.5 Richardson, Robert Z 369 Sanchez, Jackolyn 263.25 Trunnell, Jonathan 13.3 VanWart, Virginia 21.5 Total - U.S. Department of Education : CAP 4,692.07 <p><p>The Advocacy Center organizes its professional staff by teams related to each priority and goal in the agency plan. Team members specialize in areas of law across multiple programs and collaboration between teams is encouraged. No staff members are assigned solely to the CAP program. Rather, of the full time professional staff, each person spends a percentage of his or her time serving CAP clients. Each group's individual representation services parallel one of the CAP program's priorities and goals, already described in this report. <p><p>During this project period the organization underwent a restructuring which eliminated some positions, created new positions, and maintained others. The two highest percentages of time charged to CAP in FY2017 were 45% and 30% by an attorney and the Program Director, respectively. Time calculations are based on actual time reported on a bi-weekly basis. <p><p>When Administrative and Support staff salaries are not charged directly, they are allocated among programs in a pro-rata share of total agency staff hours worked. Professional staff included during the project period were the following: Intake Coordinator, Intake Specialist, Legislative & Systems Advocacy Specialist, Program Director, Director of External Relations, Director of Community Advocacy, Director of Policy and Planning, Staff Attorneys, Client Advocate, Director of Legal Services, Director of Litigation, Chief Information Officer, Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer. Their duties include planning, managing, supervising and performing outreach, training, individual client representation, systems advocacy, and litigation on behalf of CAP clients. Administrative Support or Clerical staff includes the Executive Assistant and Administrative Assistants. <p><p><em>B. Idenitfy the number of person-years staffing CAP this reporting fiscal year. Person-years" refer to the actual time that positions (both professional and clerical) were filled during the period covered by this annual report. If a position was filled throughout the year, it counts as one person-year. Positions filled for any fraction of the fiscal year should be expressed in "full-time equivalents.” Person-years should be reported for all CAP personnel whose salaries are paid totally or partially by Section 112 funds. Identify the number of person-years staffing CAP this fiscal year. Be sure to include an explanation of the number of full-time, part-time, and vacant positions. "