“You have to have your heart in the business, and the business in your heart.”
-An Wang

Corporate Leadership

YoungWilliams’ Team of experienced, innovative leaders are committed to working collaboratively with public partners to improve national, state, and local child support programs.

Corporate Leadership

Rob Wells

President

Rob Wells has served as President and CEO since the company was incorporated in 1994. In 2011, he was named “Private Sector Individual of the Year” by the National Child Support Enforcement Association (NCSEA) for his contributions to the child support community, and he was recognized by the Mississippi Business Journal in 2013 for his “Leadership in Law.”

Rob has been an attorney since 1991.  He is admitted to practice in the U.S. Supreme Court, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi. He holds a B.S. with Honors and Distinction from Milsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi and a J.D. from the University of Mississippi School of Law.

Bob Johnson

President of Operations

A former IV-D director (Florida), Bob oversees YoungWilliams’ extensive full service operations. During his career, Bob has successfully led nearly fifty privatization initiatives, earning a reputation as one of the foremost transition and implementation experts in the country. He is a seasoned administrator with a wide range of subject matter expertise.

Bob began his career in the human services field in 1972, and has held leadership positions in public and private sector child support operations since 1987.  Bob received the Patriot Award from the Mississippi Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, a Department of Defense Agency, for his support of employees serving in the National Guard and Reserve. 

Bob holds a B.A. from Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois.

Dale Currie

Chief Administrative Officer

A former partner in KPMG LLP, Dale Currie joined YoungWilliams in 2015 as Chief Administrative Officer, overseeing all finance and human resources functions.  During his 20 year tenure with KPMG LLP, he was elected to the global leadership forum and steering committee. Most recently, he served as Chief Operating Officer of an international information technologies company.

A graduate of Mississippi State University with both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in professional accountancy, Currie is a Certified Public Accountant with 30 years’ public accounting experience.  He is a member of the Mississippi Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

John Tidwell

Chief Technology Officer

Serving as YoungWilliams’ Chief Technology Officer, John has over twenty years of experience in Information Technology (IT) including IT resource planning, vendor management, development, implementation, security and support of business system, including more than ten years’ experience in child support environments.

John holds an Executive M.B.A. and a B.S. in Business Administration, Information Technology from Colorado Technical University, as well as several IT certifications, and serves as the leader of YoungWilliams’ IT professionals.

Darrin Greene

Vice President, Payment Processing

Darrin began his career in Kansas, where he managed the Child Support Enforcement Unit and Social Rehabilitation Services (SRS) Central Receivables Unit. He moved to the private sector, where he worked with the State of Nebraska in the design and development of the financial components of its automated child support system (CHARTS).

He later joined YoungWilliams and became the Deputy Director of the YoungWilliams-operated Kansas Payment Center, the State Disbursement Unit (SDU). Darrin now manages YoungWilliams’ SDU line of business.

Darrin holds an M.B.A. and B.B.A. from Washburn University, Topeka, KS.

Alyson Campbell

Regional Vice President

Prior to joining YoungWilliams, Alyson served as Director of the Missouri Family Support Division, where she provided oversight to the Child Support Program, Rehabilitation Services for the Blind, including Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), Medicaid Eligibility, Low Income  Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Child Care Eligibility and the Community Services Block Grant programs.

 

 

Alyson's tenure with the child support program began in 1986, where she quickly advanced to leadership positions, including State IV-D Director. As Regional Vice President for YoungWilliams, Alyson oversees the company's full service child support operations in Mississippi, North Carolina, and Tennessee.  Alyson attended Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield Missouri.

 

Jeff Ball

Regional Vice President

Jeff Ball is a veteran attorney and accomplished  child support leader. His child support career began in 1990, when he served as General Counsel and Deputy Director for the U.S. Commission on Interstate Child Support.  Later, he became the Senior Advisor to the Commissioner of the federal office of child support enforcement. As Regional Vice President, Jeff provides executive oversight to YoungWilliams’ projects in Colorado and Wyoming. Jeff is very passionate about child support and has won numerous awards for his contributions to the child support program. 

These include the Distinguished Service Award from the Western Interstate Child Support Enforcement Council (WICSEC) for work related to the child support aspects of welfare reform, the 2010 Felix Infausto Award from the Eastern Regional Interstate Child Support Enforcement Association (ERICSA) for his lifelong contributions in the area of intergovernmental child support, the Assistant Secretary’s Citation from the Federal Administration for Children and Families for Government Performance and Results Act for his strategic planning work, and the Commissioner’s Distinguished Service Award from the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) for overall leadership.

Jeff holds a juris doctor from the University of Virginia School of Law and a bachelor of arts in history from Miami University. 

 

Kelly Lamson

Regional Vice President

A tenured child support attorney and administrator, Kelly began her work in the IV-D program in 1997 in the large urban office of Omaha, Nebraska.  Under her direction, this office has become the top performing urban office in the country.

As a Regional Vice President, Kelly is responsible for YoungWilliams' full service child support operations in Nebraska and Kansas.  She is active in the Nebraska and Omaha Bar Associations, and in state and national child support organizations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Kelly received her juris doctor from the University of Nebraska College of Law, Lincoln Nebraska, and her bachelor of science from the University of Kansas, Lawrence Kansas.

 

Mary Ann Wellbank

Vice President, Marketing

Mary Ann served as Montana's IV-D Director for ten years, and is a past president and honorary life member of the National Child Support Enforcement Association (NCSEA), past president of the National Council of Child Support Directors (NCCSD), and honorary life member of the Western Interstate Child Support Enforcement Council (WICSEC). Mary Ann is well known in the IV-D Community.  She began her child support career in 1991, and  has served in leadership positions in both the public and private sectors. 

During her tenure as IV-D Director, Montana became the first state to implement a a certified automated child support system in compliance with the Family Support Act and the first state to implement a statewide customer service center.

She has an M.B.A. in Finance from DePaul University, Chicago, IL and a B.A. in English from Illinois State University, Normal, IL.

Mary Johnson

Vice President, Special Projects

An experienced private sector manager and attorney, Mary began her career with the child support program in 1995. Her resume includes 13 years' as the manager of full service operations in Wyoming, service as past chair of the Wyoming Child Support Enforcement Division’s Medical Support and POSSE (Wyoming’s automated child support system) document committees, and continued participation on the Wyoming Legislative committee. 

 

Prior to joining YoungWilliams, Mary provided guidance and oversight for the Customer Support Services Center in New Mexico, three new hire projects, and a full service operation in Arizona. Since 2008, Mary has acted as a project consultant, business analyst, and policy writer.

As Vice President of Special Projects, Mary manages YoungWilliams’ proposal team, oversees online training operations, and supports child support projects as needed.  Mary holds a juris doctor from the University of Wyoming College of Law and a bachelor of science from the University of Wyoming.

 

 

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