As a native West Virginian Eric has over two decades of experience in the faith-based nonprofit community. He has served as a minister, facilitator, resource manager and executive director. Eric holds a master’s degree in divinity from Drew University School of Theology and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Bethany College. As Executive Director, he is the key management leader of KPCC responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, strategic plan of the organization, and most importantly, community outreach. He enjoys theology, providing emotional intelligence coaching, and spending time with family. As a trained facilitator in the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY method, Eric is always looking for a good excuse to play with LEGO!
Becky graduated from Herbert Hoover High School and attended Carver Career Center. She has over twenty years of experience in administrative support with a focus on providing excellent customer service. In addition to being the Billing Specialist here at KPCC, Becky is a Children’s Missions teacher at her church and is currently working on becoming an herbalist. She enjoys spending time with her family hiking the many beautiful woodlands of West Virginia.
Madison is a recent college graduate from West Virginia University at Parkersburg. Madison enjoys many hobbies outside of the office such as collecting vinyl records, raising her dog, Paisley, and enjoying the outdoors. She believes that everyone should have the opportunity to better their mental health and that is what brought Madison to KPCC. Through her attention to detail and drive to provide a positive experience for customer service, she is ready to help all who need her as the Client Account Administrator here at KPCC.
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.
Chrissy graduated from the University of Charleston and West Virginia State College and worked at CAMC in the lab as a medical technologist with an emphasis on quality control and quality assurance for over 36 years before retiring. She joined the KPCC staff in 2018 and assists the office staff and program director with a variety of tasks and whatever is needed.