SVN Staff

Joe Nullet
Executive Director 
Jacksonville, FL 

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Executive Director Joe Nullet, a graduate of Harvard University, has led the Supervised Visitation Network since December 2007. Before that he was the Executive Director of the Family Nurturing Center of Florida, a Supervised Visitation and Parent Education program in Jacksonville, Florida. During his tenure at FNC, he led the organization through an exciting growth period, helped reshape the organizational culture and design to better serve the needs of clients, and has served locally and nationally on numerous task forces, advisory boards, and collaborative partnerships as an expert in the field of supervised visitation and has trained providers in Great Britain, Japan, and Singapore. Joe also served on the statewide Committee that developed an innovative Supervised Visitation database and as a member of State of Florida Standards Committee that was formed as a result of legislation to establish statewide standards. Joe has completed Graduate Coursework at the Kennedy School of Government, a Nonprofit Executive Program at the Harvard Business School, as well as completing the Jessie Ball duPont Fund's Community Coaches Program.


Jennifer Garst, MSW 
Director of Training and Development
Dallas, TX 
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Jennifer Garst supports supervised visitation professionals around the globe to provide child-focused, trauma-informed, and safe visitation and exchange services.  Jennifer has worked in a non-profit for almost 15 years, previously directing a domestic violence/child abuse-focused visitation center in a major metropolitan area. As an advocate for families, she has dedicated her career to ending social injustices and creating safety for survivors of family violence and child abuse. Jennifer served for 7 years on the Executive & Workshop Committees for Mental Health America of Greater Dallas’ Adolescent Symposium of Texas; which hosts over 800 mental health providers from around the US. Previously, Jennifer has served on local coalitions for Child Abuse Prevention and Domestic Violence. Before her current role at SVN, she was an SVN scholar, chosen to present workshops at multiple SVN Conferences, held membership in the Training and Technology committees, and was chosen as a trainer for the SVN certificate program. She graduated with honors earning Bachelors's and Masters's degrees in Social Work from the University of Texas-Arlington and uses her educational background as a foundation for providing training, education, and technical assistance to SV providers globally. 


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Rosie Rivera 
Membership Coordinator 
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 
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Rosie joins the SVN Team as the Membership Coordinator and brings a wealth of experience and knowledge working with association memberships. Rosie is an association professional with an emphasis on membership development, customer service, marketing, and public relations. Rosie is bilingual and has several years experience working with the media in marketing and sales with a focus on Latinx markets.


Syri Lynn Gerstner
SVN Faculty

 Syri lives in Apache Junction, Arizona, with her two teenage daughters, Kahlyn, 18 (Senior; class of 2022), and Kori, 16. The family has three dogs, Hank, Perseus, Baby Ghost, and two cats, Milo and Bowie. Syri obtained her Bachelors in Science from Missouri State University, Springfield. Syri owns and operates the supervised parenting time center, Tiny to Teen Services. After her hardships, Syri found herself in a unique position to provide hope and understanding. As a supervision center coordinator, Syri focused on AZDCS and Foster care families, ran the Graduate Program at the homeless shelter Family Promise in Scottsdale, and joined the Board of Directors of Save The Family, Mesa, Arizona. Syri has experience with both the Department of Child Safety and Family Courts. As an in-home educator, Parent Aide, and Family Connections Consultant, Syri has spent many years supporting 

Arizona families on their path to reunification. Syri and her daughters spend their free time volunteering at The Good Shepherd Horse Rescue Ministries, enjoying the outdoors, and spending leisurely time together. 


Elexia Coleman-Moss
Nurturing Parenting Faculty

Elexia Coleman-Moss has worked throughout her career supporting children, adolescents and families facing social and economic problems. In addition to assisting with the Nurturing Parenting Skill for Families in SV curriculum, Mrs. Coleman-Moss also continues her public service in the community with Empowerment Resources Inc., a non-profit organization that she founded and developed. The organization is dedicated to the empowerment of youth and families and offers a girls leadership and self-esteem building program, life-skills workshops for male and female teens and parenting education and coaching. She has first-hand experience in our neighborhoods as a teacher, after-school tutor, caseworker, behavior specialist and counselor. A tireless advocate for children, in 2014 Elexia was selected by the Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women for recognition as one of 10 local women who have made outstanding contributions to the Jacksonville community. She received the “making the grade award” from Volunteer Jacksonville, and in 2008, she was selected as one of Jacksonville’s 40 under 40 leaders by the Jacksonville Business Journal. She currently serves or has served as a dedicated volunteer leader for the Florida Department of Health in Duval County and the First Coast Girls Initiative. Elexia currently serves as a Florida Department of Education, CROP Advisory Council Member. Elexia earned has a master’s degree in Public Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice from Florida A&M University.