Division 3

Molly Dunivan

Division Manager
Molly was born and raised in the Shenandoah Valley. She earned a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies with a minor in sociology at Longwood University and continued her education focusing on special education, with a concentration in the blind and visually impaired. She returned to the valley to start her career serving both children and adults with disabilities and has been proudly serving these populations for over 10 years. Molly also serves as the Vice President of The Moore Education Trust Fund, assisting educators in opening doors for student creativity through STEM. She currently resides with her husband and two children in the Shenandoah Valley. Molly enjoys educating, advocating, and empowering the underserved populations of the valley. She is excited to join Moms In Motion and to continue providing advocacy and services for our families in need.

Maura White

Senior Service Facilitator

Maura was born and raised in upstate New York. She moved to Charlottesville, VA in 2003 for better weather and new scenery. She earned her Bachelor’s in Human Development from Binghamton University.

Maura has over 15 years’ experience working with families providing person-centered services in their homes. She is looking forward to being part of the Moms In Motion team, and sharing her knowledge and experience with the families she will be serving.

Olivia Dillon

Service Facilitator
Olivia was born and raised in the historically quaint Yorktown, Virginia. She attended Radford University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice with concentrations in sociology and gender, race, and ethnic studies. After graduation, she moved to Charlottesville and shortly thereafter landed at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail as a correctional officer. She later became the Director of Programs where she was able to research, implement and coordinate evidence-based programming. Olivia has served on the Board of Directors and held board chair positions for two local non-profits: Georgia’s Friends Inc. and Hope is Everything Inc. She considers herself to be an advocate for the underserved community and serves with a heart for Christ. Olivia is excited to join the team at Moms In Motion to provide services for local families and advocate for their needs.

Susan Mothersole

Senior Service Facilitator

For years, Susan has been an advocate for her daughter who has multiple developmental disabilities and complex medical issues. This experience makes her uniquely qualified to build rapport and trust with families in similar situations. As a Moms In Motion team member, Susan brings her knowledge, experience, and sensitivity to the job of helping others navigate the complex process of supporting those with special needs.

Tammy Pendleton

Senior Service Facilitator

Tammy lives in Louisa County where she was born and raised. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Strayer University and is currently working on her Master's Degree in Leadership Development. Tammy was introduced to helping people with disabilities when her father suffered from a stroke and was left paralyzed on one side. She quickly became a caretaker for her father along with her mom and witnessed firsthand how a family's day to day activities can be forever changed. Tammy is extremely excited to become a part of Moms in Motion and is looking forward to servicing many families in her surrounding area.

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