Division 7

Lindsey Allen

Division Manager

Lindsey has lived in just about every region of the Commonwealth. She holds a Bachelor's in Healthcare Administration from Mary Baldwin University and has served as an Assistant Director of Admissions, as well as a Social Services Coordinator for a large healthcare organization. While her professional endeavors have offered many distinctive, edifying experiences, Lindsey’s most important role has been as a mother. With one child having been diagnosed with Autism at a very young age, Lindsey was eager to learn the ins-and-outs of Early Intervention, specialized services, and other developmentally supportive benefits that aided in raising a specially-abled child. With a belief that accessible, sustainable support can encourage and empower, coupled with a passion for social equity, Lindsey desires to “be good and do good” in every facet of her personal and professional life.

Angela Wenger

Senior Intake Specialist

Angela was raised in the Hudson Valley, NY but has lived in Virginia for many years. She is a mother and a spouse of an active-duty service member. They are stationed in Hampton Roads. Angela has a Bachelor’s degree in African and Latino Studies and her professional experiences are diverse. She has been a home visitor for an evidence-based home visiting program, represented a managed care organization, and most recently served other military families. She is excited to work with families, helping to provide resources to support their needs by stepping into an advocate role with Moms In Motion.

Charlene Tucker

Senior Service Facilitator

Charlene is a mother of two and has worked with adult people with intellectual disabilities for many years. She earned an Associate's degree in Applied Science as well as a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Human Services. Charlene also obtained a certification in Human Service Management. She enjoys arts, crafts, and DIY projects.

Lisa Zelada

Service Facilitator
Lisa was raised in North Carolina and earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. She currently resides in Chesapeake with her husband, three children, cat, and potbellied pig. She has worked in the human services field for almost 15 years, beginning her career in direct care straight out of college. Lisa enjoys exercising and volunteering at church in her free time.

Megan Pryor

Service Facilitator
Megan has lived in Virginia her entire life, from the mountains to the beach. She has her Bachelors in Recreation and Leisure with a focus in Management from Virginia Wesleyan University. Most of her adult life has been spent working in a CCRC with the assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing residents. Outside of work, Megan is a wife and mother to three: one of which has a rare genetic syndrome, Cornelia de Lange Syndrome. Though she has always worked with those with special needs and different forms of dementia, becoming a mother to one has opened a new sensation to advocate and help those affected as much as possible. She has experience as an EOR, care giver, using Early Intervention, and navigating the waiver process. Megan believes that every person has their own set of needs and aims to provide the best support and care to consumers and their families that she possibly can.

Sonya Wilson

Senior Service Facilitator

Sonya is a Virginia native and currently resides in Chesapeake. She obtained her Bachelor’s in Sociology from Norfolk State University. She has a multitude of professional experience in the fields of human resources, substance abuse counseling, and customer service. Sonya is richly blessed with a wonderful husband and three lovely daughters. She genuinely loves spending time with her family and friends, reading, traveling, and watching her Dallas Cowboys!

Sonya’s personal connection with individuals with disabilities was through her brother. Her brother is paralyzed, and through caring for him increased her passion to help others. She has always had a deep passion for making a difference and feels this is her true calling in life. Sonya is excited for this chapter with Moms In Motion and to be of service to many families in her community.

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