Beverly Tucker, MCJ, began her career in 1982 with the Division of Youth services, serving adjudicated youths in Mid and Northwest Missouri. She left DYS and began working with the Children’s Division in the St. Charles County Office, where she conducted “Hotline” Investigations, worked with children in Alternative Placements, and provided Intensive In-Home Services. Beverly joined the staff at the Children’s Advocacy Services in 1999 as a Forensic Interviewer. She has received training from a number of nationally recognized organizations, including: The National Child Advocacy Center, The American Professional Society Against the Abuse of Children, Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center, Cornerhouse, and others. She is also a member of the Missouri Faculty for ChildFirst. Beverly is a proud native of Southeast Missouri and earned a Bachelor degree in Criminal Justice from SEMO. She later received a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Lindenwood University.