Desireé Kilcrease-Fleming, Ph.D.
Desireé Kilcrease-Fleming, Ph.D. serves as the Deputy Director of Administrative & Educational Services at the Dallas County Juvenile Department, where she is responsible for management of the Juvenile Department’s budget. Dr. Kilcrease-Fleming is also responsible for residential and non-residential services offered to youth referred to the Juvenile Department. In addition, Dr. Kilcrease-Fleming is responsible for educational services, which includes an Open Enrollment Charter school as well as the Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program. Prior to becoming the Deputy Director of Administrative & Educational Services, Dr. Kilcrease-Fleming was the Assistant Chief Psychologist with the Dallas County Juvenile Department, where she has been employed for the preceding 14 years.
Dr. Kilcrease-Fleming is a Licensed Psychologist, a Licensed School Psychologist and a Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider. Dr. Kilcrease-Fleming has also served as the Marketing/ Strategist for a successful countywide political campaign in Mississippi. Dr. Kilcrease-Fleming holds a doctorate degree in counseling psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi and a Master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from State University of New York-Albany.