Judicial Program Analyst
Errone Cody began her professional career in Human Services in September 2001 with Washington County Children and Youth Services as a Caseworker. Within a few years, she accepted a promotion as Supervisor of Ongoing Services and soon transitioned to the Intake Supervisor within the County. Errone was selected to oversee the Specialized Truancy Unit, managing staff dedicated to enhancing attendance through collaboration with Washington County’s 14 school districts. During her tenure with the County, Errone served on the Family Group Decision Making (FGDM) implementation team and several family engagement practices. She had the honor of presenting locally and nationally for FGDM and serving as the County Educational Liaison, Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Committee, and a member of the Child Death Review Team.
In June of 2011, Errone began employment with JusticeWorks YouthCare as the first Program Director of Washington County and promoted to Western Regional Director in November 2013. Notably, she continued in dual roles function as the Washington Program Director until 2015.
In Errone’s tenure, with JusticeWorks YouthCare the Western Region experienced growth aiding the counties in meeting the safety, well-being, and permanency needs of the children and youth served, going from 4 counties to 14 in 2 states (PA & OH) with several new contracts for the 2020/2021 fiscal year. She oversaw the training department for a year while serving and co-chairing several committees during her tenure: Anger Management, Parenting, Substance Abuse, and Trauma-Informed Committee and Program Planning. She trained staff in Nurturing Parenting, became a certified trainer of the CANS and FAST through the Pared Foundation and a company-wide Visit Coach trainer. While employed with JusticeWorks YouthCare, Errone had exposure to the Office of Children and Families in the Courts when invited to serve as a member of the Visitation and Caseworker Retention Workgroups.
In addition to these leadership positions, Errone has been active in her community: adjunct faculty at the University of Pittsburgh and California University; California University Of PA Career Workgroup Chair; Washington County Child Death Review Team member, Washington County Children & Youth Board member, and basketball coach & treasurer of a community league.
Errone joined the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania in the Office of Children and Families in the Courts as a Judicial Analyst in January 2020.
Errone has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Bethany College and a Master’s of Science degree in Mental Health Counseling from Walden University.h Counseling from Walden University.
Judicial Program Analyst
Pennsylvania Judicial Center
601 Commonwealth Avenue
Harrisburg, PA 17120
Fax: (717) 231-3304