Division 1

Benita Adkins

Division Manager

Benita lives in Rappahannock with her son, foster sister, and nephew. She grew up the youngest of six, not realizing until she was seven that one of her brothers was actually a foster brother. At the age of 23, Benita completed training as a therapeutic foster parent. Her home was open for fostering for 16 years. In that time, she completed her Bachelor's, adopted a son, and taught school for 8 years.

Benita has had the extreme privilege to learn many lessons from the children placed in her care. It wasn't until her mother became ill and she took on the responsibility of caring for her foster sister, who is diagnosed with Downs Syndrome, that she began navigating the world of waivers. In the last 4 years, Benita has learned many things that she would like to share with others about what is available to improve the quality of life of others.

Bek Stone

Service Facilitator

Bek grew up and currently resides in Northern Virginia with her family. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Mary Baldwin University. Bek has a great passion for helping others and loves making a difference in their lives. Her service to others began with volunteering for various events within her church community and has blossomed into a variety of services, such as working with foster care youth, CNA work, and working as an RBT before entering the world of crisis intervention, assisting individuals with intellectual and developmental abilities. Bek also volunteers with Crisis Text Line in her spare time.

She has experience with individuals with Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, Alzheimer’s, and a variety of other disabilities that include serious mental health challenges. Bek enjoys learning new things, reading, playing with her lizard (Hiccup), and exploring the great outdoors. 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.

Jennifer Crump

Service Facilitator
Jennifer has over 30 years of working on various projects including 15 years as a contractor for the Army, several years serving as the office manager of a small local museum, a private Montessori school substitute teacher and, most recently, the last two years as a caregiver. She is a mom of two boys that keeps her on her toes and busy! Her youngest was recently diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and that comes with a lot of learning. Jennifer comes from a large family (6 brothers and 4 sisters). She was born and raised here in Virginia and loves the beach, collecting shells and sea glass. When she has time, reading is her favorite pastime. She loves serving and caring for others, and making people happy gives her great joy.

Sandra Michelli

Senior Intake Specialist

Sandra is a single mother of five wonderful children and an adorable granddaughter. Her four youngest children have some sort of special need. Her youngest daughter has hydrocephalus, a seizure disorder, and is non-verbal and wheelchair bound. She has taught Sandra what determination and persistence really means. Over the past nineteen years, Sandra has advocated for her children and their needs.

Sandra has a Bachelor's of Science in Management from Phoenix University and is currently working on obtaining her Master's in Secondary Education. She looks forward to working with other families through Moms In Motion, helping them receive the services that they need.

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