Lynda graduated from DuPont High School and attended Ohio Valley College in Parkersburg. Lynda has been with KPCC for 20 years, with her main focus being to provide excellent customer service.
In 2000, Mandy graduated from University of Charleston with a Psychology degree and started working at KPCC. While the majority of Mandy’s work is almost exclusively ‘behind the scenes’ and spent on hold on the phone, she is an integral part of making KPCC run smoothly.
With over 15 years of nonprofit marketing and event planning experience, Erin has worked for nationally recognized organizations and planned hundreds of weddings, events, and fundraisers. A part of the KPCC staff since 2014, she is responsible for KPCC’s marketing, communications, graphic design, development, event planning, and operational support. She is also pursuing licensure as a professional mental health counselor. She is the author of KPCC’s First World Problems blog and a Families Motivating Recovery support group leader.
Tina started her career in the corporate world but learned her passion lies in nonprofit which has included operations management for the West Virginia Humanities Council and advancement services director for the University of Charleston, where she also attended school. Tina is responsible for managing the finances of KPCC.
I am a passionate individual that desires to learn more about methods to improve mental health. I enjoy advocating for those that need support and strive to make a positive impact within my community. Currently, I work at KPCC as the Event Coordinator while working towards a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health. I achieved a Bachelor Degree from West Virginia State University in Health Science with an emphasis in Behavioral Health. My previous work experience includes HR duties and supervising for staffing agencies. My desire to be a counselor grew as I assisted individuals with making important decisions about their careers that would impact multiple areas of their lives. I hope to bring compassion and hope to those who are struggling. Often, as we walk through challenging times, it can be hard to see what our strengths are. My goal is to help others find strength and resilience through self-awareness. I also enjoy supporting the therapists and staff here at KPCC. Together, we can make a difference.