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Administrative Team

Kristie Boultinghouse

Kristie B.

Admin Operations Manager

Kristie is a military spouse living in Virginia Beach with her husband and four children. Her second child received speech and occupational therapy for 3 1/2 years. This process led Kristie to work closely with therapists, doctors, and insurance companies to help her son receive the best care and resources available to him. She was also an aide for a family with a special needs child. Kristie understands the stress and frustration that finding resources can sometimes bring and is excited to help ease that burden on families working for Moms In Motion.

Brianna P.

CL/FIS Team Lead

Brianna is a mother of four beautiful children and currently lives in Newport News, VA. She has experienced difficulties navigating the system firsthand with her young niece and nephew who have Autism. Brianna worked for several years as a personal care attendant for them and endeavors to improve the quality of their lives every day. Recently, she has begun the process of diagnosing and receiving services for her son who has Autism. Both experiences have made her a strong advocate for people with disabilities and have helped fuel her passion for helping others.

In her free time, Brianna enjoys spending time with her family, painting, and watching her favorite football team, the New England Patriots, play football. She is really excited to be a part of Moms In Motion and helping local people in her community!

Catherine L.

EPSDT Team Lead

Catherine lives in Covington, VA and is a mom of two amazing children. She is currently attending Liberty University, working towards her Associate's and Bachelor's. Catherine was introduced to the special needs community while working at a childcare facility. She has also experienced the challenges firsthand, watching her close friend raise her daughter who has multiple conditions. Catherine realizes how much more attention and advocacy is needed for those individuals with different abilities. She is excited to work for a company that has such compassion for those with special needs.

Kacey B.

Kepro Team Lead

Kacey is a military spouse living in Virginia Beach, VA with her husband and three children. When Kacey’s youngest daughter was born premature at 26 weeks, her family was introduced into the special needs world. After a lengthy hospital stay, they brought their daughter home on oxygen and a g-tube. Kacey spent years learning the resources available for her daughter and helping her overcome many hurdles.

Kacey understands what it is like as a parent trying to find the resources needed for loved ones and wants to help many families make the process smoother and less stressful for the families. She has a drive to help others and her community.

Rebecca Zepp

Rebecca Z.

Family Resource & Division Support Team Lead

Rebecca was born and raised in Michigan, but has lived in Botetourt County, Virginia since 2009. She immediately fell in love with the mountains there and doesn't plan on leaving anytime soon.

Rebecca is blessed with two beautiful children, Kendra and Peyton. Her life is full of church, family, friends, Michigan State football, movies, and helping others whenever she can.

Rebecca has a huge heart for the world of disabilities ever since her niece was born 6 weeks prematurely. Since then, she has become an active volunteer at her church with the Me Too Ministry, working with special needs children. Life is what you make it and Rebecca chooses to make it beautiful and amazing.

Tammy Kimble

Tammy K.

MCO Team Lead

Tammy lives in Fluvanna County with Ryan, her husband of sixteen years. Nine years ago, they were blessed with twin miracle babies who were born severely premature. Today, Abigail & Caleb are healthy and the light of their lives.

In her high school years, Tammy had a soft spot for others with special needs and volunteered at the local learning center, as well as babysat for families of children with special needs. It wasn’t until later, when she moved to Fluvanna County and met Mona Holmes and her son, who has severe special needs, that she got more involved. She attended several conferences with Mona in hopes of encouraging their church and other churches to start a special needs ministry, as well as to learn more ways to help people with special needs.

In 2008, Tammy started working as a direct service provider that provided care to Mona’s son. This special, little guy and his friends are amazing, and it was through working with him that Tammy realized this. In 2010, she joined with others to hold a week long camp for children with special needs and their peers. Out of that, the organization, Precious in His Sight, was established to provide inclusive opportunities (recreational, social, entertainment, etc.) for Fluvanna County residents with special needs. Tammy serves as the Treasurer of this organization.

Today, Tammy continues to work as a direct service provider, caring for the same “not so little anymore” guy. She has seen what a difference it has made for the family in receiving the ID waiver, and enjoys being a part of the Moms In Motion team, so that she may help more families see that difference.

Abigail A.

CL/FIS Admin
Abigail was born and raised in Southwest Virginia. She is married to her high school sweetheart and together they have three children and a golden doodle. After many complications, Abigail’s oldest son was born 7 weeks premature and faced several obstacles early on. Not only that but having an Aunt who suffered injuries in a car accident resulting in paralysis and vocal impairments caused Abigail to develop a passion for working for those with different abilities. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her family, crafting and baking.

Addyson A.

CL/FIS Admin
Addyson was attracted to a career at Moms In Motion due to her history of domestic violence, even though it’s not the same as having a physical or intellectual disability, she experienced firsthand what it was like to be within a group of people that are often unheard and not properly represented. She believes that everyone deserves the same rights and advantages, no matter the situations the individual may fall into. Addyson wants to do her best within a company such as Moms In Motion, to contribute her skill set so that any life she comes into contact with, will be heard and have the advocacy that is deserved. Her wish is to break the silence for those who may not, for any reason, be able to do so themselves.

Alisa S.

Division Support Admin
Alisa has grown up in Winchester Virginia with deep ties to the surrounding area and its community. She was introduced to the world of Medicaid waivers when her Daughter was born with Down syndrome and a Congenital Heart Defect. She knows first hand how beneficial waiver services are and the positive impact that utilizing them has had on her own family. Advocacy for those with Down syndrome has become a huge passion for Alisa. She is one of the founding members of a non-profit serving individuals with Down syndrome and their families in the Shenandoah Valley. Alisa looks forward to helping new and existing clients navigate their own journeys with waiver services.

Amanda G.

Family Resource Specialist
Amanda is a military spouse living in Hampton Roads with her husband and three children. She earned her Litigation Specialist certificate and BS in English, with a concentration in Linguistics, from Old Dominion University. Amanda’s twins were born 9 weeks premature and spent several weeks in the NICU. Watching her boys overcome so many hurdles has fostered some of the proudest moments of her life, and has opened her eyes to the struggles for services for those with disabilities. In her spare time, she loves volunteering at a local animal shelter, cooking, and spending time with her family. Amanda has neurodiverse family members, including her children, so this is a career that is very personal to her. She has learned a lot the past decade as a parent, and even though the system is everchanging, she is eager to continue to educate herself and advocate for others. Amanda believes that a strong support system for families of children with disabilities is of paramount importance. She believes in the “it takes a village” mentality, and credits her village for her success in achieving services for her children. This includes CCC Plus waiver services. Amanda is excited to work at Moms In Motion because she has experienced first-hand the immense positive impact that waiver services has had for her children. She hopes to help those in need, especially military families, get access to available resources.

Ashley B.

Family Resource Specalist
Ashley is from Southwest Va. She resides in a small town named Big Stone Gap. She lives with her husband and three children. Ashley is very familiar with the world of disabilities. Her oldest son was diagnosed with Autism at an early age. She battled through the school system trying to get help with Early Intervention and getting her son in the ACES program at the age of 3. Her son continues to have Speech and Occupational Therapy. Along the way they continue to have their battles but always stay strong and pull through. Ashley continues to try to help others in need and have compassion for families that fight the battle everyday for their loved ones with disabilities.

Brandie J.

Family Resource Specialist
Brandie is a mother of an amazing child with special needs and a furbaby. She enjoys playing football and spending time with family and friends. Brandie first became interested in this field when she found out her child would have Dandy Walker Malformation. She wanted to find every resource available to him. Her search inevitably brought her to Moms In Motion. They assisted with guiding her through the process of hiring an attendant. Knowing how difficult and frustrating navigating Special Education and government facilitated programs can be, Brandie joined Moms In Motion to help others with the process.

Brooke Law

FRS

Brooke was born in Roanoke, VA and now lives in Smith Mountain Lake. She is married with two children. Brooke was drawn to Moms In Motion after overcoming issues with her daughter's daycare. Since then, her daughter has had ongoing medical issues that are still being determined.

In her spare time, Brooke enjoys spending time with her family on the lake or playing outside.

Cassidy S.

EPSDT Admin

Cassidy is a resident of Richlands, VA where she lives with the love of her life and their two furbabies, Axel and Gray. In October of 2018, Cassidy was blessed to purchase her forever home.

Cassidy has a big heart. When she heard Moms In Motion was hiring, she knew she could not pass up the opportunity to start a new path to help others. She hopes to grow within the company and help as many families as possible during her time.

Chrissiana B.

EPSDT Admin

Chrissiana is the mother to a wonderful son. She has worked with many people with different disabilities. Chrissiana knows and has seen the struggles that people have endured in finding the resources and help they need for their families. She also has a young nephew who was diagnosed with Autism whom she has helped with over the years. Chrissiana is very excited and blessed to be apart of the Moms In Motion team!

Christen J.

CL/FIS Admin

For the past several years Christen has experienced, through her own grandmother, the daily struggles presented when caring for someone with a disability, as her grandmother cares for her disabled brother. Christen's mother, Tracey, has spent much of her time helping her grandmother navigate through all of the obstacles faced.

In the Fall of 2018, Christen became licensed as an Accident and Health Insurance Agent. Through this experience, she witnessed how the process of enrolling individuals and families into health care plans caused many people to experience difficulties in receiving the care they needed. The purpose Christen felt in being able to assist those individuals stuck with her. She wants to build her understanding of the world of disabilities, and in turn help other families to receive the assistance they need, so that they can live the best lives possible.

Christie G.

Kepro Admin

Christie was born and raised in Roanoke, Virginia but now resides in Vinton with her husband and daughter. Most of Christie’s career has been as a pharmacy technician. She started as a cashier at age 16 in a drugstore and moved her way up to a Pharmacy Technician by the time she was 18. She would work in this position for the next 23 years.

As her daughter got older, Christie needed to have a job that would be on the same schedule, so she obtained a position at her daughter’s school in the preschool department. In that position, she worked with children with varying abilities. Christie worked in that class for five years until her daughter’s medical issues caused her to step away from work - until she found Moms In Motion. She is excited about the opportunity to make a difference for children and adults with special needs just like her precious daughter.

Elizabeth B.

MCO Admin

Elizabeth is originally from Georgia, but she eventually settled in Hampton, VA with her husband, stepdaughter, and young son. She has a Bachelor's in English from the University of Georgia and has held many varying titles such as archivist, teacher, manager, and administrative assistant. In all her jobs, Elizabeth's passion has been making a positive difference in people’s lives. She is excited to be a part of the Moms In Motion team so that she can make a difference in helping other get the services they need to live a more complete and happy life.

Jacqueline Burkhardt

Jacqueline B.

CL/FIS Admin

Jacqueline resides in Round Hill, VA with her husband, three dogs, and extended family. She has worked in the human service field for many years. When she’s not working, she enjoys crafting, hiking, being outdoors, spoiling her nieces and nephews, and spending time with her family and friends. Jacqueline holds a B.S. in Psychology from Shenandoah University. In 2013, she graduated from University of Phoenix where she obtained her Master's of Arts in Special Education. Jacqueline worked in the world of special needs for several years as a direct care worker, teacher’s assistant, and teacher where she developed a passion for working with individuals with diverse disabilities. Jacqueline believes that every child or adult deserves the opportunity to have a great quality of life. She believes that having a cohesive group of individuals working for a great cause will have a great outcome.

Jamie J.

CL/FIS Admin

Jamie was born and raised in California, but now resides in Michigan. She has a daughter, Alexis, and two stepchildren, Michael and Makayla. In the past, Jamie has worked closely with the aging, helping them obtain the services that they deserve. She loves being able to help people in need. She is very excited to start this new chapter in her life by joining the Moms In Motion team.

Jennifer H.

MCO Admin

Jennifer lives in Claypool Hill, Virginia with her two children, Caden and Mariail. She has an Associate's in Occupational Therapy and a BS in Anthropology from Radford University. In the past, Jennifer worked in a nursing home as a COTA for almost 10 years and in home health for around three before deciding to be a stay at home mom. Since then, she has decorated cakes, worked as a sales rep, worked as a home school coop teacher, and worked as an office manager/HR and payroll clerk.

When Jennifer heard about Moms In Motion, she knew she belonged there as her heart has always been in helping people. Her work and degree in OT gave her a heart for helping individuals and families become as independent and functional as possible.

Jessika M.

EPSDT Admin

Jessika is from a small town in Southwest Virginia. She is a CNA who has seen the struggles and daily obstacles for people with many challenges. She has also taken care of family members who suffer from Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Jessika is the mother to a happy little boy, Elijah, and loves spending time with her family and friends.

Kayla W.

CL/FIS Admin

Kayla resides in the beautiful mountains of Southwest Virginia with her husband and two daughters. She has personal experience with the struggles in finding the proper resources and help needed for families. Her various roles have exposed her to community resources and allowed the growth of relationships with providers for individuals in need. Advocacy is Kayla's passion and she enjoys helping others find resources that can help make the best of one's situation. She is so excited to be part of the Moms in Motion team, so that she can provide much needed support to other families.

Kimberly F.

EPSDT Admin
Kim was born and raised in Roanoke, but recently relocated to Gloucester with her family. She worked in the administrative field for many years before taking a position in the Special Education Department for the public-school system, where she worked with children with Autism. Kim loves spending time outside with her family and friends. As the parent of a child with special needs, she understands how hard it can be to find available resources for a loved one. She is excited to offer assistance to and help other families by advocating for them to receive the resources they need to get the most out of life.

Leigh C.

CL/FIS Admin

Leigh is a military spouse living in Virginia Beach, VA with her husband and two daughters. She also has a son who attends East Tennessee State University. Leigh has worked with children and geriatrics as an Occupational Therapy Assistant for the past fifteen years. This has allowed her to work closely with families and insurance companies, and she wants to continue to help those in need to obtain the resources available to them. Leigh doesn't believe that the ability to help others is her occupation - it is her passion. She looks forward to the opportunity to further her career and the ability to help others.

Lisa Reynolds

Lisa R.

Family Resource Specialist

Lisa is a native of Staunton, VA. She was first introduced to the world of Medicaid waivers when her best friend, who was like a brother to her, became disabled after an illness. Trying to find help for her friend, Lisa contacted a high school classmate who was a Case Manager with a local hospital and thus began their journey. She was a caregiver for her friend for almost nine years. After his passing, Lisa went on to serve other clients and to join Moms In Motion as a Family Resource Specialist.

Lisa knows first hand how the program makes it possible for people to live in the comfort of their own surroundings, to be active in their community, to empower their lives, and to enrich the lives of all the people with whom they come in contact. Lisa does her best to help other families receive the help they need as a way to honor the memory of her dear friend.

Megan J.

MCO Admin
Megan is a resident of Lebanon, Virginia, a small town in the heart of Southwestern Virginia. She enjoys spending time with her husband and stepdaughter. Megan has a deeply embedded passion for helping others. With her experience working as a personal care aide for individuals with both physical and intellectual disabilities, she is excited to further her commitment to serving those in need by joining the Moms in Motion team.

Rachel L.

Division Support Admin
Rachel lives in Southwest Virginia with her husband and their three beautiful children. Rachel has an Associate’s Degree in Medical Transcription and Medical Coding. She has personal experience in trying to find help and resources needed to assist families. Rachel has an aunt with physical and vocal paralysis who she has seen struggle for years to get the proper resources needed to assist in her day-to-day life. Helping others is Rachel’s passion and she strives daily to make a positive impact in someone else’s life. She is excited to become an advocate for those in need. In her free time, she enjoys spending quality time and traveling with her family.

Samantha C.

Division Support Admin
Samantha was born and raised in Rappahannock County VA, after graduating high school she enrolled in cosmetology school where she obtained her license for cosmetology. She then moved to Warren County VA with the man she now calls her husband and father to their beautiful daughter. While working full time in a hair salon Samantha also began working part time as a care attendant for a child with special needs. The rewarding feeling of joy and accomplishment she got from seeing that child so engaged and happy gave her the longing to do more in the community for individuals with disabilities. Samantha is very compassionate, strong willed and wants to help advocate for those in need, she feels working with Moms In Motion is the perfect way to fulfill this goal! Samantha is also very family oriented and enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband, daughter and three FURbabies.

Sarah C.

Division Support Admin
Sarah chose to work for Moms In Motion because she was impressed with the help they provided while serving her son. She looks forward to sharing her knowledge and helping others in the same way. The paperwork involved in the waiver process can seem daunting and she is thankful for the opportunity to help others navigate their way through.
Sheila Green

Sheila G.

Family Resource Specialist

Sheila has deep roots in the Augusta county area of Virginia. She has encountered various situations that have instilled in her the value and importance of a community full of services, as well as resources, to individuals and their families living with disabilities.

Sheila and her husband were legal guardians and advocates for a lovely boy with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome for seven years. She knows firsthand the great need and awareness of any available resources to help families in similar situations.

Previously, Sheila has worked as an attendant caregiver for her stepfather during his last precious years of life. The services available to him allowed Sheila to see the beauty that these services provide. Through his Medicaid Waiver, as well as services provided through Moms In Motion, her stepfather was able to be in the comfort of his own home, surrounded by those who loved him. The available resources, along with the support of Hospice, allowed for his final wishes to be granted.

Sheila's mother is currently receiving these same beautiful services provided by the CCC Plus program. She is thrilled to help connect other consumers to these and other available resources through Moms In Motion.

Stephanie H.

Kepro Admin
Stephanie lives in southwest Virginia with her husband and son. Helping others has always been her passion. She has eight years of experience in Social Services helping families and finding other outside community resources available to them. Along with her time at the Department of Social Services, she also has personal experience helping disabled family members. Stephanie is thankful to continue helping others through Moms In Motion.

Stevie P.

Division Support Admin

Stevie has been married to her husband Bill since 1981 and they have two grown children and canine kids, several which are rescues. As a parent, Stevie quickly learned how to become an advocate for her daughter when she was diagnosed with a chronic illness.

As an empty-nester, Stevie earned her Virginia teaching degree and taught 3rd & 4th grade. In that role, she requested and taught special education students while collaborating with their case managers and teachers. Watching her students reach their potential and feel good about themselves was a wonderful experience. Stevie was introduced to Moms In Motion through a student who was a client and immediately she realized the impact she could have helping families while continuing to work with a special needs population.

In her free time Stevie enjoys family time watching the Patriots and Red Sox, crafting, and working with a local animal rescue.

Tamatha H.

MCO Admin

Tamatha and her husband were welcomed into the “world of disability” when their third child was born with a rare genetic mutation. As a result, he remains in a newborn mental state with no physical control. Only given two to four years to live, he has now lived years beyond that estimate. Tamatha and her husband are absolutely blessed to have him in the family, but the impact has been tremendous. Each family member has had to make lifestyle changes as a result. Through it all, Tamatha has worked hard to help her family find and maintain “a new normal.”

This everyday experience has given Tamatha the ability to help extended family and friends when they have faced the disability of a loved one. She has had the opportunity to share her experiences and provide comfort and compassion throughout her community. Tamatha is excited to be working for Moms In Motion. She hopes to help many others who are facing a disability to thrive as they find their own “new normal.”

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