Choices For Life

Our Staff

My staff and I are proud to play a much needed role in helping children in the Therapeutic Foster Care system reach their goal of adoption / reunification. The growing need in this area of specialized care cannot be ignored and it is our goal to find a healthy home for each and every one of these children under our care. I have a great team of trainers and counselors, and I trust in their ability to serve our dedicated Treatment Parents and children.

Doug Fellrath
 CEO/President | Choices For Life Foster Care 


Melanie has served in the counseling field since 1994. She has been with Choices for Life since 1998. She believes the future is richer with the work provided by the professional parents and staff that are dedicated to the efficacy of children that touch our lives. She received an Associates of Arts in Early Child Development at St. Gregory’s University, and her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Oklahoma in Sociology. Melanie holds a Masters in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Oklahoma and a Masters in Human Relations from the University Of Oklahoma. Melanie has her LPC, LMFT, and LADC. She is also a Certified Sports Counselor, Clinically Certified Domestic Violence Counselor and Board Certified Professional Counselor through the American Psychotherapy Association. Melanie served as president of the Oklahoma Therapeutic Foster Care Association (OTFCA) and Chapter Chair of the Foster Family Treatment Association in Oklahoma. Melanie has presented at national seminars for FFTA as well as a national seminar in Oklahoma sponsored by Oklahoma DHS Licensing Division.

Melanie Johnson
 
LPC • LMFT (Executive Director)

WE HAVE STAFF FROM EACH OF THE RESPECTIVE OFFICES.  


Oklahoma

Dustin Newman (Controller) 
After growing up in rural Oklahoma, Dustin moved to Weatherford to attend Southwestern Oklahoma State University.  He graduated from SWOSU in December 2004 with a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Accounting.  After college, Dustin began his career working in public accounting and internal auditing.  Dustin came to work as the Controller for Choices for Life in March 2011.
       
Leslie Yocham (Statewide Recruiter) 
Leslie is our Statewide Recruiter/Trainer.  She handles recruitment to bring in our treatment parents as well as providing their certifications and training.
       
Kara Howey (Oklahoma City/ Ponca City Office Supervisor)
           
Mary “Penny" Cooper (Checotah Office Supervisor)

Penny attended Connors State College in Warner, Oklahoma and received an Associate Degree in Business Administration in 2001. She transferred to Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma and pursued her Bachelors Degree in Social Work graduating in 2003. While there she was a member of the National Association of Student Social Workers (NASSW). Penny was accepted into the accelerated program at OU and began her Masters program in 2003. Penny graduated from OU in 2004 with her Masters in Social Work. She went to work for the Department of Human Services where she worked for 6 ½ years. She continued her involvement in the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and served as a board member and branch chair in the Muskogee area for 2 years. During her tenure at DHS she worked in investigations, permanency planning and foster care. Penny joined the Choices For Life agency in April of 2011. She enjoys working with children and families and appreciates the opportunity to work in the new venue of the therapeutic area.


Kathy Trout (CQI Supervisor)
Kathy Trout joined CFL in November 2017. She began her career in the field of mental health in 1998. She was initially a counselor, and then became a foster parent recruiter and developer. Since 2002, she has worked as the Regional Quality Improvement in Oklahoma, Texas, and Ohio. She served as the Local Grievance Coordinator, assisted in as many as four COA reaccreditations and was previously a COA Peer Reviewer. Kathy has a Bachelor's in Psychology from the University of Oklahoma and a Master's in Special Education from the University of Central Oklahoma. She is a member of the Down Syndrome Association of Oklahoma and served on the parent board at Special Care (a day care for children of all abilities).

Candace Tucker (Outpatient Clinical Supervisor)
Candace has over 13 years experience as a clinical director/supervisor in mental health and over 25 years in the mental health field as a therapist. Candace has advanced training in TF-CBT and works with children and adults with trauma along with other mental health issues like depression, anxiety, ADHD, autism, oppositional defiant youth, and has experience working with the geriatrics community as well.

Shay Morris (Director of Outpatient)  

Shay graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma in December of 2012 with a Bachelors in Sociology and History; completed 18 hours of Substance Abuse Studies at UCO before transferring to Grand Canyon University, where she graduated in March of 2016.  She completed her internship with Beacon Pointe, where she spent 5 years as the Clinical Administrator and Director of Operations.  She has a history working as BHCM and BHRS, and is also a certified Advantage Case Manager.  She enjoys working with children who have been diagnosed with ODD, OCD and anxiety and mood disorders – as well as those on the autism spectrum. She began working for Choices in May of 2016.



Valdosta, Georgia


Sara Riley, MS, LPC (Executive Director)   Sara has been with Choices for Life of Georgia since 2009. Sara attended Alaska Pacific University in Anchorage, AK where she received her Master of Science in Counseling Psychology. Sara is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Georgia, a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), Register Play Therapist Supervisor (RPT-S), Masters Addiction Counselor (MAC), Board Certified-TeleMental Health Provider (BC-TMH) and a Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS). She has obtained extensive clinical, assessment and forensic experience while serving a multitude of culturally diverse populations for over 20 years. Sara has a passion for focusing on the needs of the community and working together to provide needed services through systemic collaborations.



Room Board and Watchful Oversight Staff


Vivian Mann, BA (Family Consultant Supervisor)    Vivian graduated from Valdosta State University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Anthropology. She has provided over 10 years of services with helping families and children of GA. She believes to whom much is given, much is required. She truly understands that our greatest natural resource is in the minds of our children. She’s been with Choices for Life of Georgia since July 2016.



Kimberly Copeland, BA (Family Consultant)    Kimberly has been with Choices for Life since 2008. Kimberly attended Valdosta State University where she received her Bachelor of Art in Sociology. She thoroughly enjoys working closely with children and families and feels she has made a lifelong commitment to helping families achieve success. Kimberly is rewarded by seeing the changes that can be made in the lives of a child through hard work and dedication.


Pam Brewer, M. Ed (Family Consultant)    Pam has been with Choices for Life since 2009. Pam received a Master Degree in Special Education - Mental Retardation/Early Intervention, Birth to Three Years in June 1997 from Valdosta State University. She has worked extensively with families and children who experience emotional behavioral problems as well as special needs. Pam states, "I truly enjoy my job and look forward to coming to work everyday." Life is not measured by how many breathes we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.


Andrea Dixon, BA (Family Consultant)  Andrea a graduate of Valdosta State University with a Bachelor's degree in Sociology and Anthology. She is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Social Work. She has been serving families and the community for the last 4 years with the Department of Family and Children Services. She enjoys advocating, supporting, and providing support to children and families. She is excited to combine this experience to embark and embrace joy, positivity, and prosperity with Choices for Life. “Embrace the journey, with joy, prosperity, and love”


Ramada Fuller, BA (Family Consultant)  Ramada joined the Choices for Life Family fall of2018.  She is a graduate of Georgia Southern University and came with 10 years of child welfare experience. Ramada is actively involved in several community service organizations and prides herself in caring for and helping others.  Ramada lives by the motto “service before self” and strives each day to make a difference in the lives of others.




Child & Adolescent Outpatient Behavioral Health Staff


Mark Harper, MA, LAPC (Clinical Administrator)    Mark has worked for over 10 years in the human services field providing quality community service to children and families in South Georgia. Mark has been with Choices since 2012. Mark attended Valdosta State University where he received his Bachelor of Applied Science in Technical Studies. Mark also attended Liberty University where he graduated with his Masters of Arts concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy. He has an extensive background in supervision and administration of social service programs. He has worked as a Medicaid eligibility specialist, social service case manager, social service supervisor, and program administrator for the state of Georgia’s department of family and children services. Mark believes in providing consistent and quality services driven by the needs of the individual and family. “I truly enjoy helping others reach their goals.”


Brantley (William) Wheeler, LCSW (Therapist)    Brantley Wheeler, LCSW is a native to South Georgia. Brantley received his Bachelors of Arts in German from Georgia State University and his Master of Social Work degree from Valdosta State University. He is also an alumni of the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Program for Young Professionals. Brantley spent 12 months living in Germany and completed internships working with low income families. Brantley has been a member of our team since 2012. Brantley has a passion to work with children and adolescents who have suffered abuse, trauma, loss and grief. “I never intended to work with children and adolescents when completing my master’s degree. My concentration practicum placement was at an agency offering services to children and teenagers who have suffered physical and sexual abuse. My view of the world was quickly altered and I found a new calling in life. I quickly changed plans from working in adult mental health to becoming an advocate for those who had no voice." Brantley enjoys time at the beach and traveling overseas. Future plans are to one day complete a PhD.


Leslie "Danielle" Davis, MS, LPC (Therapist)    Danielle is a native of South Georgia. Danielle attended Valdosta State University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Master of Science in Clinical Counseling Psychology. Danielle has been with Choices for Life of Georgia since 2012, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Danielle takes great pride in working with Children and Families in the community she has always known as home.


Kiarra Morton, MS (Therapist)    Kiarra is a thoughtful and creative therapist with a passion for seeing family’s restored. Kiarra graduated from Valdosta State University with a BA in Sociology in 2015 and a MS in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2017. With over 5 years of experience working with children and families in rural and urban communities, Kiarra is committed to helping families heal and flourish.


Jenny Jolly, MS (Therapist)    Jenny is a native to the Greater Lowndes County area. She obtained a Master's degree from Valdosta State University's Marriage and Family Therapy Program. She takes pride in having the opportunity to work alongside children and their families in discovering the knowledge and strength gained through life experiences. She views her opportunity to work with each family as a true honor.



Lauren Clarke, MS, LPC (Therapist)    Over the past 10 years, Lauren has worked with children, adolescents and adults with a broad range of mental health and substance abuse concerns. Lauren has worked in multiple settings including outpatient clinics, group home facilities and residential settings. Lauren provides services where the focus is on the individual, the family and supportive resources. Lauren has specifically worked with adolescent substance abuse and women's depression groups as well as provided individual, group and family therapy. Lauren is trained in Applied Behavior Analysis therapy focusing on children with Autism and Asperger's Syndrome and is currently working toward certification as a Registered Play Therapist.


Bina Gobler, MsEd, LPC (Therapist)    Bina graduated from Valdosta State University with a Masters Degree in School Counseling and an Education Specialist degree in Educational Leadership. After 31 years of being a teacher, school counselor, and assistant principal, Bina has always been concerned and involved with children and their emotional health in all of her roles in the school system. She has been with Choices for Life since 2011 serving the needs of the children and families in our community.


Patricia Willis, LMSW (Therapist)  Pat has worked with children and families in varying capacities for the past 30 years. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work with a concentration in Child Welfare from the University of Central Florida in 1986. In May of 1988, she graduated from Florida State University with her Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work. She has had experience with in-patient as well as out-patient mental health with children and adolescents as well as working with children in the foster care system. “My passion is helping equip others with the skills they need to be successful in life.”


Robin Macon, MSW, LMSW (Therapist) Robin is a native to South Georgia born and raised in Adel. Robin received her Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree from Armstrong Atlantic State University and her Master of Social Work degree from Valdosta State University. Robin worked with at risk youth for 10 years in multiple roles but mainly as a Juvenile Probation/Parole Specialist. She takes great pride in working with youth and their families, “I believe communication and the building of secure relationships are the keys to facilitating growth”.


Stacie Newbern, BS, S/T (Therapist) Stacie is a native of South Georgia. She holds a BA in Sociology, and is currently finishing up her Masters in Social Work from Valdosta State University. Stacie began her career 10 years ago, working with adults suffering from severe and persistent mental illness. More recently, she has gained experience working with children, teenagers, and families dealing with the effects of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. “After working directly with children who have been victims of abuse for almost a year, I can say I have become very passionate in my work with individuals suffering from the effects of trauma. I am constantly trying to expand on my knowledge, in regard to trauma and how it affects the mind and body.” Stacie will soon begin working towards becoming certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Play Therapy.


Toshia Williams, BS, S/T (Therapist)   Tosha is from Crestview FL, and holds a Bachelors degree in Business Management. She is currently working on her Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology. Tosha has been a resident of Valdosta GA for 9 years and been with Choices for Life of Georgia since July 2017. While being married and raising her children in the Lowndes county school system Tosha remains focused on helping families and children by preparing them for tomorrow by doing their best today.  Tosha continues to seek helpful information, tools, resources, skills and support to all families in need in her community.



Sarah Steedman - James, LMSW (Therapist)  Sarah Steedman James graduated from Valdosta State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and a Master's Degree in Social Work. Historically, she has worked in several areas of the mental health field. She has experience working in the hospital setting while focusing on substance abuse treatment and adolescents receiving inpatient mental health treatment. More recently, she has returned to working with children and adolescents. Mrs. James has a specific interest in helping those with a history of PTSD, Anxiety, and Depressive disorders. Her background consists of specialized treatment to assist those with extensive trauma. She enjoys working with children as this special population requires guidance to help them meet their full potential, with some help along the way.


Ayana Chaney, MFT (Therapist)  With a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and previous experience as a lead educator for a family-focused nonprofit, Ayana is a passionate therapist who celebrates diversity by connecting with people from a variety of cultural backgrounds and life experiences. Through her experiences, she has strengthened her ability to engage children, adolescents, and entire families in ways that are positively meaningful. As a therapist, she utilizes a holistic approach to capture the experiences of the individuals and families she works with in order to empower them in all the areas of their lives. She strongly believes that working from a collaborative stance promotes the values and goals of those that she provides services to. She strives to foster renewed hope for the future by highlighting client strengths and resilience throughout treatment.


Lydia Kanton, MSW (Therapist)  Born and raised in Ghana, West Africa. Lydia moved to America to join husband in 1998. She has two adolescent children. Lydia earned a Master’s degrees in Social Work from Valdosta State University. Lydia has 20 years’ experience with teaching Social Studies in Ghana. She completed one-year internship with LODAC, as a school therapist with kids and adolescents, and another year with Priutt Hospice. Lydia has experience working with the Methodist Home for Youth and Children. She is currently pursuing board certification/licensure with the State of Georgia and the ASWB. When not working, Lydia enjoys cooking, hanging out with family and friends, boards games and movies. Lydia reports her passion is to see children and adolescents make the best of whatever situation they may be in, thrusting themselves to attain better heights in life.


Jaqueline Vallina, MSW (Therapist)  Jaqueline Vallina is a Licensed Master of Social Work (LMSW) with Masters degrees in Social Work and Criminology from Florida State University. Jaqueline has experience with counseling children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. She specializes in the areas of depression, anxiety, self-harm, LGBT, substance abuse, and incarceration. Jaqueline began counseling in 2010 at juvenile detention centers in Tallahassee, Florida to assist youths with a history of delinquency. She also has experience with the Department of Children and Families where she investigated child abuse reports and later accepted a position as a Foster Care Counselor with the same organization. Jaqueline counseled the foster family as well as the youths in foster care to provide support and assist in coping with change. When Jaqueline is not working she enjoys reading, cooking, playing soccer, and playing with her pets.


Jennifer Smith, MSW (Therapist)  Jennifer Smith has been a therapist with Choices for Life of Georgia since 2018. She received her BFA in Speech Communication (public relations) and Masters in Social Work degrees from Valdosta Sate University. She is currently pursuing board certification/licensure with the State of Georgia and the ASWB. Her work and volunteer experiences includes community development, community mental health, family preservation and foster care. Smith’s strength-based therapeutic perspective and system-oriented practice drives her passion to see children and adolescents, as well as their families, thrive. Her therapeutic mantra is “to engage, equip and empower individuals and families.” Jennifer most often employs cognitive and play therapy techniques. When not interacting with consumers, she enjoys reading, hand lettering, photography, collecting pens, adventures, and eating tacos with her family.


Christina Manning, MS, LMFT (Assessor/Therapist)  Christina was raised in Oklahoma and then moved to the South Georgia area. Christina graduated with a BA in Psychology in 2008 and Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2013 from Valdosta State University. She has worked with the state of Georgia for 10 years providing a range of community mental health and crisis services to adults, families, and children. She has recently worked as a therapist providing school based mental health counseling. She is happily married with one child. Her passion is working with families and supporting them in overcoming life’s difficult moments. 


Jana Tullock, MSW (Assessor/ Therapist) Jana is a native of South Georgia. She attended Valdosta State University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Sociology and Master of Social Work. Jana has worked with adults with developmental disabilities for 7 years, children and families for 9 years and 4 of those were with children and adults in crisis. Jana is trained in TF-CBT therapy. Jana takes great pride in working with children and families. Her goal is to promote change within the family unit to prevent generational cycles and help children become strong, confident individuals.



Psychiatric and Nursing Staff


Dr. Nitin Patel, MD    Dr. Patel has over 25 years working in adult and child psychiatry. Dr. Patel has been with Choices for Life since 2011. Dr. Patel is Board Certified with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Patel provides psychiatric evaluations, assessments and medication management to children and youth during after-hours clinics held at the office.

 Raven Boyd, BSN, RN    Raven is from south Georgia and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Valdosta State University in 2012. Raven loves working with children and in her spare time loves spending time with her family.

 Robyn Mosteiko-Jalbert, RN    Robyn is a Baltimore native who moved to South Georgia over a decade ago after serving in the United States Air Force. Looking for another career equally as fulfilling as her time in the military, she went back to college graduating with an Associate’s degree in Nursing from Abraham Baldwin College in 2012. After graduating she began full time employment in the Emergency Room at South Georgia Medical Center in Valdosta, GA. Robyn has pursued other opportunities in nursing which include lifelong passions such as becoming a Sexual Assault Examiner for adults and adolescents and contracts with The Haven in Valdosta. She maintains multiple certifications in Critical Incident Stress management (CISM), and is a member of the Georgia CISM response team. Recently Robyn furthered her education scope in Sexual Assault examination to include pediatrics, a rare skill set in the area. While managing to raise two beautiful and active children, Robyn continues to seek new and exciting methods to learn and help others.


Community Support/ Paraprofessional Staff


Shayla Watson, BA (Community Support Coordinator)  Shayla graduated from Valdosta State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Art with a mixed degree in Psychology, Sociology, and Religious Studies. Shayla has been working with Choices for Life of Georgia since 2015. Shayla trains staff members by helping staff learn how to teach coping techniques and connecting clients to resources. Shayla still works to connect families with resources in the community, teach coping skills, and apply behavioral modification within the home and school. Shayla helps build skills for families to use daily to reach progress within school and home.


Ashli England, BA (Paraprofessional)   Ashli received a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology in May 2003 from Valdosta State University. She has worked as a contractor through DFCS doing wrap-around and homestead services, visiting clients (adults, adolescents, and children) in their homes to provide Parent Aide services for a variety of life issues including educating individuals about appropriate parenting practices, and supervision of parent/child visitation for the last eight years. Ashli has completed CCFA’s in addition to Parental & Adolescent fitness assessments. Ashli has been working as a Paraprofessional for Choices For Life of GA focusing on the children and adolescents, addressing skill building, behavioral management, and adaptive functioning skills since 2009. Ashli works closely with community partners to help develop and link youth and families to additional services, programs, and/or collaborative and natural supports that will assist children and families in our community.



Leah Hayes, MS (Paraprofessional) Leah obtained a BA in Sociology and Anthropology from Valdosta State University in May 2011 and a MS in Applied Sociology in December 2012. She started with Choices for Life in December 2018. Leah has worked in the human services field for 7 years in varying capacities. She helps kids and their families learn coping skills and apply behavior modifications. She also connects families to the resources they may need within their community. Leah has a passion for helping children and families develop the tools they need to thrive.


Hakeem Sawyer, BA (Paraprofessional) Hakeem received a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and Health and Physical Education in December of 2017 from Valdosta State University where he played 4 years for the VSU Blazers. He has worked as a summer camp counselor Kids Across America and Mt. Zion AME Church for the past 10 years. Hakeem has been working as a Paraprofessional for Choices For Life of Georgia focusing on the children and adolescents, addressing skill building, behavioral management, and adaptive functioning skills since February of 2019. Hakeem works closely with community partners to help develop and link youth and families to additional services, programs, and/or collaborative supports that will assist children and families in our community.


Rhiana Lee, BS (Paraprofessional) Riahna Lee received a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology in December 2016 from Valdosta State University. Riahna is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Social Work at Valdosta State University. She has worked with children of all ages most of her life. Riahna started at Choices For Life of Georgia as an intern in September 2018 and started working at Choices For Life of Georgia as a Paraprofessional/CSI (Community Support Individual) in February 2019. She provides skills, techniques, coping mechanisms to children and adolescents. Riahna addresses a multitude of behavioral health problems and provides resources for the children and adolescents. The ultimate goal for Riahna is to start a non-profit organization for children with special needs.


Megan Riley, BSW (Paraprofessional) Megan obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work in August 2018 from Liberty University in Lynchburg Virginia. She completed an internship with Lowndes County DFCS participating in child welfare investigations; which involved home visits, providing assistance to families in need of services from the community, ensuring safety of children within the home as well as securing stability within the family unit. She also completed an internship with the Lowndes County Schools where she assisted school officials in ensuring children receive the best education possible and families receive any needed services from the community that would aid in the child’s experiences while at school. Megan spent over ten years volunteering at Jacob’s Ladder Therapeutic Riding Center, where she worked directly with children with special needs. Megan has a passion for animals and has spent most of her adult life involved in animal rescue. She was born and predominately raised in Valdosta.


Shana Banks, BS (Paraprofessional) 

She enjoys helping families reach their goals in promoting growth in their lives. Her grandparents have been an active part in her desire to work with families, as they are foster parents themselves. Shana desires to care for her clients as her grandparents care for their foster children- with care and determination to help them move toward a bright future.




Administrative Staff


Dusty Hill, (Office Manager) Dusty began her career as an Office Manager with Choices for Life of Georgia in June 2018.  She is a graduate of Wiregrass Technical College with HIMT/coding diploma. She is happily married with four children.  In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family, traveling and attending her children’s sports/school functions.


Mariann Shova, AA (Billing Specialist)   Mariann received an Associate’s Degree in Accounting and an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration from Laramie County Community College in Wyoming in 2001. Since then, she has worked off and on in the banking world. Mariann is currently working towards a Diploma in Health Information Management at Wiregrass Technical College in Valdosta, GA. Mariann has been with Choices for Life of Georgia since October, 2016.

Dorrissa Sirmans (Office Assistant)  Dorrissa is a true country girl who is from the great state of South Carolina. She moved to Valdosta over five years ago and is happily married with a two-year-old daughter. She is currently working towards her Associates in Applied Science for Optician (eye glass technician). She has been with Choices for Life of Georgia since December 2017. She focuses on making her surroundings reflect that of positivity and smiles and leads with the saying, “Attitudes are contagious, make sure yours is worth catching”.


Pansy Shy (Office Assistant) My Name is Pansy L. Shy, yes Pansy like the flower. I am blessed and happily married with one teenage daughter. I love attending church, singing in the church choir and teaching bible study to teenage girls . Adoption and Fostering children has a large place in my heart, working with Choices allows me to have a better understanding of the system. I am enjoying meeting new people, helping and assisting in any way I can.



Katorah Garrett, BS (Quality Control)  Katorahis a graduate of Valdosta State University with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. She has over 10 years of experience working with children in the community and residential settings. Katorah also has 7 years of supervisory and managerial experience working with private and nonprofit agencies. She is excited to combine this experience and help Choices for Life of Georgia continue to meet standards and serve the children and families in the community.


Adrian Rivers, MS (Program Development Coordinator) 

Adrianis a native of Valdosta Georgia. He graduated from Valdosta State University with Bachelor of Arts and from Grand Canyon University with a Master of Arts.  He has provided over 9 years of services within the community and 5 years with the Department of Family and Children Services in Georgia. He believes that a healthy community must be filled with healthy people, and further believes that healthy people make a stronger more sustainable community. He has been with Choices for Life since 2018.

 



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