Lori McGee is a senior manager in victim services at ICF. She has more than 15 years’ experience working with federal and state sponsored programs to direct and improve services. Her background in program evaluation and behavioral health helps ensure that the programs she leads are grounded in performance data and guided by trauma-informed practices. She currently manages the National Elder Fraud Hotline for the Office for Victims of Crime, Training and Technical Assistance Center, as well as the International Terrorism Expense Reimbursement Program.
Lori began her ICF career by spending 5 years with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration Disaster Technical Assistance Center (SAMHSA DTAC), where she supervised the delivery of training and technical assistance and led the Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program activities.
Prior to her arrival at ICF, she worked with providers and State education agencies to enhance evaluation services and use data to inform program developments to ensure accountability and achievement for implementation of federal and state policies, and in the area of school violence prevention. Lori has worked with at-risk and delinquent youth populations, victims of crime, populations receiving behavioral health services, women and families in crisis, and minority students, as well as the providers that serve these populations.