Anne Connell-Freund

Anne-Connell-FreundAnne Connell-Freund is the Executive Vice President of Operations for Oriana House, Inc. Oriana House is a private, non-profit organization that operates community corrections and chemical dependency programs, specifically Halfway Houses and Community Based Correctional Facilities (CBCF).

Anne is responsible for overseeing the overall operation and management of residential, non-residential and diversionary community corrections programs, cognitive skills, treatment, employment, and education programs as well as developing and implementing new programs, and continuous quality improvement. In addition, she supervises grants administration, project construction, and the research department. Anne's successful career with Oriana House began in 1989 as a caseworker coordinator and progressed to her current position as Executive Vice President of Operations.

Anne received her Bachelors of Science degree followed by her Master's degree from The University of Akron. She served in active duty for the U.S. Army from 1977-1981, and worked as a Military Intelligence Analyst during her career as a Reservist from 1985-1992.

Anne is the recipient of the 2003 Professional Achievement Award from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, 2008 Leadership Award from the Ohio Community Corrections Association and the 2008 Simon Dinitz Award from the Ohio Justice Alliance for Community Corrections.

Presently, Anne is the president of International Community Corrections Association (ICCA); past President of the Ohio Justice Alliance for Community Corrections (OJACC); as well as board member and past president of the Ohio Community Corrections Association (OCCA). Additionally, Anne serves on numerous statewide coordinating and collaborating committees for community corrections. She is also a member of the Summit County Children Services Board in Summit County, Ohio.

Lusanne Green


Lusanne is a native of Jamaica, West Indies and a naturalized citizen of the United States. She graduated from Kenyon, College in Ohio with a degree in International Studies with a focus on Sub Saharan Africa. During her collegiate years, she interned with the African Development Foundation Country Liaison Office in Zimbabwe; and with a nursing home in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Lusanne is passionate about community corrections issues, traveling and spending time with her family.

Ms. Green has developed programs and policies for statewide organizations. She writes testimony and newsletter articles, applies for, implements and evaluates grants, and coordinates: committees on conferences and training as well as public policy concerns. Lusanne has worked in various capacities at the Ohio General Assembly including press, resolution drafting and legislative aide in the Senate and House of Representatives and with the Legislative Service Commission – the bill drafting section of the Ohio Legislature.

She applied her experience in her work as legislative director at the Ohio Association of Child Caring Agencies - a collaborative of juvenile providers, courts and foster and adoptive parents. Here, Lusanne was given an opportunity to help select projects that were eligible for federal block grants; develop, monitor and effect passage of legislation; manage and organize volunteers and educate policy makers on child welfare issues. Lusanne was given great liberty to organize and televise local foster care issues, deliver training to social workers and foster parents and predicted association challenges and planned accordingly. Lusanne learned early that great work can be accomplished when talents and efforts are dispersed among thoughtful and dedicated volunteers. It was for these reasons that she was appointed as State Leader for the Child Welfare League of America.

Lusanne was called to work with an Ohio trade association that represents non-profit residential community correction providers. She has been with this group since March of 2001. She builds relationships with: like entities, all branches of state government and constituency. She primarily advises on policy, budget, and industry trends; analyses and explain patterns in community corrections; executes strategy sessions and facilitates interactions for members with public authorities. In her capacity as executive director, she is responsible for running a trade association and hosting a statewide conference and quarterly trainings. She has served as an Ohio Association of Non-profit Organizations: Standards for Excellence © Peer Reviewer. ICCA called her to assist as their Coordinator in 2012.

Toni M. Carbetta

Toni comes to ICCA from the University of Cincinnati where she studied Criminal Justice and Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies. Her focus was in the efforts to stop human trafficking both domestically and on an international level. Because of this, Toni spent a semester abroad at London Metropolitan University studying the criminal justice system in other countries.

Toni has interned with S.O.A.P (Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution), a Worthington-based anti-human trafficking organization. There she helped organize hotel outreaches for the Detroit Auto Show, the 2014 NFL Super Bowl, the Indianapolis 500 and other events around the Midwest. Toni also interned with the organization BeFree Dayton for a short time as the National Outreach Chapter Coordinator. At this position she traveled to other states to help train those that were creating outreach chapters in their own cities.

Because of her love of what the criminal justice system stands for, Toni also worked with Alvis, another community corrections non-profit, in their anti-trafficking program CHAT, which is aimed at helping survivors of human trafficking in the Columbus area return to the mainstream of society with job skills, the possibility of an education and a better life.

At the ICCA office, Toni works on a number of things around the office, most of which is membership of the organization, though she is also responsible for the association's weekly newsletter and manages the ICCA app. Toni started work in the ICCA office in the summer of 2014 and has since helped in the planning of conferences and forums each year.

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