Angela Liddle - President and CEO

Angela Liddle
Angela has been the President and CEO of PFSA for more than 20 years. A York County native, she has spent more than 25 years working in arena of child abuse prevention and services to families. Angela received her Master of Public Administration with a concentration in nonprofit management and certification in Public Sector Human Resource Management from Penn State University. She was selected by Governor Tom Corbett to serve on the Children’s Trust Fund board of directors and was chosen in 2013 as a Woman of Excellence by the Harrisburg YWCA. Angela is a mom to two adult daughters and “Mae Mae” to a beautiful granddaughter. Contact Angela at with concerns, complaints or compliments. She would love to hear from you.

Haven Evans - Director of Training

Haven Evans
Haven Evans joined the staff of PFSA in November 2016 as our Director of Training. Haven has more than eight years of experience in the child welfare field, as a caseworker, ChildLine supervisor and most recently, ChildLine Manager. She was responsible for managing the state’s 24/7 intake unit that responds to a large volume and variety of calls regarding the care of children, particularly reports of suspected child abuse or neglect. Haven also supervised Background Checks Units responsible for child abuse history clearances. She brings to PFSA an extensive knowledge of Pennsylvania’s Child Protective Services Law and has conducted many training sessions and written procedural manuals to ensure that legal requirements are met. On a personal note, Haven enjoys arm knitting and spending time with her husband and three young children. Haven's email address is

Ann Moffitt - Development Director

Ann Moffitt
Ann Moffitt, ACFRE is Development Director at PFSA. Ann joined PFSA in July 2017 charged with overseeing our fund development program and creating an awareness of PFSA's mission across the state. An avid community volunteer, Ann has served as president of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Society of Fund Raising Executives (AFP), the Junior League of Harrisburg and the Harrisburg Hospital Auxiliary. She has been active nationally with AFP, having served on the International Foundation Board and many committees. She presently is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Central Pennsylvania, Susquehanna Valley Planned Parenthood, Kiwanis Club Harrisburg East Shore and Red Land-Fairview Township and AFP of Central Pennsylvania. She is a board member of The Byrnes Health Education Center, PANO, the Kiwanis Pennsylvania District Foundation and is the convener for the Harrisburg Region Leave a Legacy™ effort. Ann lives in New Cumberland with her husband, Dr. George R. Moffitt, Jr., four cats and two dogs. Ann has one daughter, Elizabeth, and two grandsons, Kenny and Joshua. She also has four stepchildren and three step grandchildren. Contact Ann at

Jill Whitmyer - Executive Administrative Assistant

Jill Whitmyer
Jill Whitmyer joined PFSA as Executive Administrative Assistant in 2015. Jill spent over fifteen years in the public education system, specializing in Family Services and community involvement. She has worked on fundraising events for several local organizations, including the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, Giving Tree, Coats for Kids, and Children’s Miracle Network. Jill considers her greatest blessings to be her children and grandchildren. When she’s not at PFSA, she enjoys power walking, working out, gardening and riding her motorcycle. You can reach Jill at

Rosa Ponti - Scheduling Administrative Assistant

Rosa Ponti
Rosa Ponti joined PFSA as Scheduling Administrative Assistant in 2017. Rosa spent the previous 8 years in the Early Childhood Education field. She started and maintained a Pre-K/Kindergarten classroom during her time working at a private school. Rosa lives in Perry County where she enjoys riding her motorcycle. She comes from a huge Puerto Rican family and enjoys anything to do with her heritage. Rosa's email address is

Communications Partners

PFSA partners with several professional groups whose services and talents help us advance our mission and promote our offerings. They include:

Partners Across Pennsylvania

Child abuse is too big and complex a problem for any one organization to solve. We’re proud to partner with many local, regional and statewide organizations to share information, offer training, and work together toward policy change.

To see a complete list of organizations who have partnered with PFSA in recent months, click here.


Ways You Can Connect