Ana E. Calderon Randazzo, Ph.D.
Ana E. Calderon Randazzo, Ph.D. is the Administrator at Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center (CDTC) in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. She received her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology in 1990 from the University of Virginia. While at the University, she was the recipient of the National Science Foundation Minority Fellowship.
Dr. Calderon Randazzo has been working at Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center for the past three decades. The Center provides extensive developmental follow-up, medical care, dental care, comprehensive case management, clinical trials, and early intervention services to over 10,000 medically fragile infants, children, adolescents and women with disabilities and chronic illnesses in Broward County.
Dr. Calderon Randazzo’s proudest accomplishments include having CDTC’s primary care program recognized as a Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home by the National Committee for Quality Assurance, the Dental Program which provides services to Broward County’s special needs population — regardless of where they receive their primary care, and the opening of CDTC’s in-house Pharmacy.
Dr. Calderon Randazzo is a proud graduate of Leadership Ft. Lauderdale Class 16 and Leadership Broward Class XXXI. She is also a member of the Broward Chamber of Nonprofit Organizations as well as the Greater Ft. Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce.
She has been selected as one of 12 Hispanic Women of Distinction by Latina Magazine and Healthcare Administrator of the Year by the American Business Women’s Association. She received the Sheriff’s Special Recognition Award by the BSO Sheriff’s office, as well as the Liberty Bell Award from the Broward County Bar Association. She was recognized twice by the Boys & Girls Club as one of 100 Outstanding Women of Broward County. She was also honored by the Marine Industry Cares Foundation as a Chairman’s Honoree, named Child Advocate of the Year by the Heart Gallery, recognized by Deliver the Dream as a Community Champion, South Florida Business & Wealth’s Prestigious Women Award in Healthcare. Under her leadership, CDTC received the Florida Blue Foundation Sapphire Award as the second place finalist in the Organization category.
Melissa Bottge White, M.B.A.
Associate Executive Director
Melissa Bottge White is the Assistant Administrator at CDTC. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Florida State University and a Master in Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University.
Mrs. Bottge White joined CDTC as an Early Steps Service Coordinator in 1997. Since then, she has also served as CDTC’s Director of Programs, responsible for the Medical Home programs for special needs clients; headed up the Electronic Medical Records implementation and was a key member of the steering committee that resulted in CDTC’s recent NCQA recognition as a Patient-Centered Medical Home
Mrs. Bottge White was promoted to Associate Executive Director in 2018. In her current role, she is responsible for directing and overseeing the clinical staff as well as the care coordination programs that work closely with the clinical teams including medical social work services, health education, nutrition, and developmental evaluations provided to children with special healthcare needs (CSHCN). She will also continue to lead quality initiatives to enhance the services CDTC is able to offer to the community.
Stewart Wechsler, M.Acc, CPA
Associate Chief Financial Officer
Stewart Wechsler joined CDTC in 2001 as Director of Finance & Operations. Mr. Wechsler currently serves as the center’s Associate Chief Financial Officer. He is responsible for overseeing all financial and facility operations of the Center. Mr. Wechsler received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting Information Systems, and a Master of Accounting degree from Florida Atlantic University. In addition, Mr. Wechsler is licensed in the State of Florida as a Certified Public Accountant. Prior to joining CDTC, Mr. Wechsler served as CFO for a number of Florida healthcare staffing and practice management firms.
Director, Comprehensive Family AIDS Program
Nadia Graham received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Florida in 1999 where she also minored in Health Science. She joined the Broward Health family as a Radiology Clerk in 2000, but quickly followed her passion for helping others to CDTC in 2001. Ms. Graham began her work at the Center as a Social Worker in the Comprehensive Family AIDS Program (CFAP). She became Manager of the CFAP program in 2007 and was promoted once again in 2017 to Program Director for CFAP, serving more than 4,000 HIV infected and affected women, children, youth and families.
Director of Research
Amy Inman received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Grand Valley State University. She began her career at Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center as a Psychometrician in 1992 doing developmental assessments with children ages birth to three. In 1995 she became the Manager, Clinical Services at the Center and has held various management positions at CDTC throughout her career. In the year 2000, she became the Manager of Research, Contracts & Grants. In 2018 Mrs. Inman was promoted to Director of CDTC Research. where she is currently the administrator for the Center’s Research Programs.
Director, Early Steps Program
Mrs. Schrot received a bachelor’s degree in Social Work and Psychology from Valparaiso University. She has been the Director of the Early Steps Program at CDTC since 1992. She works closely with over 28 agencies enrolled in Broward Early Steps, which provide direct services as well as numerous community support organizations. Currently, Mrs. Schrot is on the Broward Special Needs Advisory Council and the Florida Consortium of Advocates for Infants and Toddlers. Prior to joining CDTC, Mrs. Schrot worked with the special needs population in Broward County. Mrs. Schrot has been recognized by the March of Dimes as their 2020 Woman of Distinction.