||CDRB Program Manager, Lisa P. Rhoades, B.A.
Lisa is the Program Manager for the Oklahoma Child Death Review Board, a program of the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth, and has held this position since 2004. The Oklahoma Child Death Review Board is a statutorily created board that reviews child fatalities to gather statistical information and makes recommendations aimed at system improvement and fatality reduction.
Ms. Rhoades sits on the Fetal Infant Mortality Review of Central Oklahoma Advisory Council, Safe Kids Oklahoma State Coalition, and is the Co-Lead for the Infant Injury Work Group of the Preparing for a Lifetime; It’s Everybody’s Responsibility infant mortality reduction program. She has recently been invited to participate in the Injury Prevention Leaders Training Collaborative, a joint project of the National Center for Fatality Review and Prevention, Safe Kids Worldwide, and the Johns Hopkins Center of Injury Research and Policy.
Prior to becoming Program Manager, Ms. Rhoades was the Case Manager for the Oklahoma Child Death Review Board, as well as a Research Project Coordinator for multiple, simultaneous research projects at the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect, Department of Pediatrics, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. While at the university, she was a recipient of the Employee-of-the-Year award from the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect and the Employee-of-the-Month award for the Department of Pediatrics.
Lisa received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in 1989 from Austin College in Sherman, Texas. She is an enrolled and active member of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma.
||Elizabeth Kaup, CDRB Case Manager
Elizabeth Kaup is the Case Manager for the Child Death Review Board and has held this position since May of 2020. Prior to her employment with the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth, Ms. Kaup was employed with the Department of Human Services with both the Office of Background Investigations as a Background Investigator and as a Child Welfare worker in Child Protective Services. In 2004, Ms. Kaup started her career in social services with the Office of Juvenile Affairs, at Central Oklahoma Juvenile Center (COJC). Ms. Kaup held various positions at COJC, the most recent as the Independent Living Coordinator for the Independent Living Program.
Lizz received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology/Criminology in 2004 from the University of Oklahoma and a Master of Science in Human Resources Administration in 2014 at East Central University.