Division 8

Jaime Trotter

Division Manager

Jaime' resides in Fredericksburg VA with her husband and two children. She has a BS in Business Administration/Management from Post University and thirteen years of experience in corrections. In her spare time she enjoys reading, watching football, and spending time with her family.

Jaime' is a proud mom of a special needs child. She understands all to well the frustrations of being the voice for her child. This is one of the reasons that led her to Moms in Motion. Jaime' wants to help navigate others through their journey.

Jayme Blackwell

Service Facilitator
Jayme has lived in the Hanover/Richmond area most of her life. She is a graduate of Strayer University with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Health Services Administration and Virginia State University with a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Health Education. She has worked in the healthcare field for over 11 years, VCU health system, UVA health system, and CCRC with assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing residents. She is passionate about helping others and making an impact on people’s lives. Jayme enjoys arts, crafts, and DIY projects. She is so excited to be a part of the Moms In Motion team and to continue making a difference in the lives of individuals and their families.

Krystle Monroe

Senior Intake Specialist

Krystle is from Tappahannock, VA. She is an only child and has one son that is her heart. She received her associates degree in early childhood education while working for a preschool. While at the preschool she became close with a family of a child with Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome.

From that time on Krystle knew she wanted further her education and help others with disabilities. She attended Liberty University where she studied developmental childhood psychology. Over the years of working in different communities and with different families of children with Autism and other behavioral disabilities, Krystle found her passion was to help others. She has thought on how to assist families in ways that she could further the family’s education in resources in the community and home. She seeks to further her passion for assisting families with Moms in Motion.

Marnie Schneider

Service Facilitator
Marnie grew up in a Navy family and then married her college sweetheart, who recently retired from 20 years in the Army. Moving often has taught her the lessons of appreciating wherever you are, and that home is what you make it. Her husband and three children have settled in the Richmond area and are excited to grow roots here. Marnie was inducted into her College and High School Hall of Fame as a Pitcher for Softball. She also competed in Europe. She worked as a fast-pitch softball pitching instructor for most of her adult life and has more recently worked in healthcare. She loves helping others, is rewarded by seeing others thrive and is so happy to be a part of Moms in Motion.

Nakita Conley

Service Facilitator
Nakita is a hardworking mother who worked two full time jobs with no days off to take care of her son. She loves reading books and working out to relieve stress. She received her B.S.W from Rutgers and was immediately hired at her internship placement. She was promoted to unit supervisor within two years on the job. Tired of the city life, she decided to make some changes. Her original plan was to move to North Carolina but when she got engaged, her plans changed. She decided to relocate back to Virginia with her fiancé after her son graduated from high school and came across Moms In Motion in her transition from New Jersey.

Patricia Spurlock

Senior Service Facilitator

Patricia was born in Annapolis, Maryland, but raised in Gloucester and is a proud mother of two boys. She earned her Associate's degree in Applied Healthcare Management in June 2010. Patricia has worked in the healthcare field for 7 years, where she has worked with people of all ages with disabilities.

While Patricia's main passion is caring for her clients, on her off days she enjoys spending quality time with her boys, gardening, kayaking, fishing, and shopping. She has advocated for improving care quality and outcomes as well as advancing developmental disabilities. She is excited to work with Moms In Motion to be able to help supply families with the resources to live a comfortable quality life.

Sheila Trice-Myers

Service Facilitator

Sheila has held administration, management, and consulting positions with many years of experience working in public, private and nonprofit human service organizations. She has extensive involvement in creating and managing programs that strengthen families and help young people find a path to safe and healthy development. Sheila holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from Christopher Newport University. Sheila currently resides in Hampton, VA with her husband. Her passion is to service those who are in need. Whether it’s providing them with a service, advocating for them or connecting them to resources with in their community. Her goal is to help people improve their quality of life. Moms In Motion will allow her the opportunity to continue to serve those who are in need. Sheila’s hobbies are gardening, listening to music, performing arts, watching sport and spending time with her husband, son, family and friends.

Telia Lewis

Senior Service Facilitator

Telia was born and raised in Queens, New York. She has been a military surviving spouse since 2005 and resides in Hampton, VA. She has an Associate's in Occupational Studies, for which she majored in Office Technologies and minored in Psychology. Telia has worked as a Therapeutic Counselor and Respite Parent/Counselor for a course of six years.

Telia is the proud mother of two children, both whom have special needs. Her oldest daughter was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder at eighteen years old and is currently undergoing an evaluation for Schizophrenia. Her daughter’s disorder is currently stable, however, and she is now a campus student at Norfolk State University with special accommodations. Telia's youngest son has been diagnosed with Autism since the age of four.

Since learning about her children’s diagnoses, Telia has advocated for their rights to be heard and supported them in receiving the best medical treatment and education available. Through her experience advocating for her children, she has gained the ability to empathize and be compassionate in knowing the challenges families in need face. Moreover, being part of Moms In Motion has given Telia the opportunity to work with families and help render services they need to live a quality life.

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