Nicole Mann: Executive Director

Nicole Mann

Moline, IL – Human services leader Nicole Mann has been named Executive Director of EveryChild, an agency that provides child abuse prevention, education and treatment programs for children and families. Throughout her career, Mann’s work has been focused on providing services that address the needs of vulnerable children and families in the Quad Cities region. She has spent almost 20 years working to prevent youth and families from entering the juvenile justice and child welfare systems.

Most recently, Mann served as Director of Scott County Kids, an umbrella organization that provides for the physical and mental health of children from birth to 18 years of age. In this role, she worked closely with community partners to identify service gaps and helped create and support programming that is preventative, family-centered, and community-based to reduce approaches that rely on institutional, out-of-home, and out-of-community care.

Prior to Scott County Kids, Mann oversaw domestic abuse comprehensive services in Clinton, Jackson, Louisa, Muscatine and Scott Counties for Family Resources’ SafePath Survivor Resources. She has also served as a Family Therapist for Friendly House where she provided therapy and case management services for a therapeutic day treatment program for adolescent males in Scott County.

EveryChild, formerly known as the Child Abuse Council, is a bi-state, regional agency that leads community efforts to eliminate child abuse and neglect by strengthening children and families through treatment, education and prevention. It focuses on the earliest years in a child’s life to ensure a strong start for a healthy future. The organization’s vision is that all children in their community will be raised in a safe, nurturing family environment. For more information, visit