Following her work with N.Y.C.I.D, Ms. Landgraf held several grant-based positions with not-for-profits in Staten Island, New York. She worked as a Recruiter and Parent Advocate for Respite Foster Care with The Seamen’s Society for Children and Families, a collaboration with the Administration for Children Services. While working with Seamen’s Society she was an advocate for parents who were in need of substance abuse treatment and at risk of having their children removed. While holding the position, there became a need for respite foster parents and she became certified in the Model Approach to Partnerships in Parenting, where she was certified to recruit, train and certify new incoming foster parents.
Ms. Landgraf was hired by Richmond University Medical Center as a Mental Health Technician for both the Chemical and Alcohol Detox Units. During the next several years she worked for R.U.M.C and St. Vincent’s Hospital as both a full-time staff member and at times per diem for units in need of coverage. She worked on all levels of psychiatric care including but not limited to emergency, adolescent and Neuro psych. In 2009 Ms. Landgraf took a full-time position with St. Joseph’s Medical Center as a Case Manager for Residential Psychiatric and M.I.C.A Services and completed three years with the program before leaving to complete her Bachelors.
Ms. Landgraf is married, has a daughter Emma, and two bonus children Joshua and Eden with her husband Richard. She is an artist, cake decorator, and lover of all things crafty.