Division 2

Samantha Clatterbuck

Division Manager
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.

Andrea O'Neil

Service Facilitator

Andrea was born in San Antonio, Texas but being a military child, she was raised all over the world. Andrea has resided in Northern Virginia since 2004 and currently lives in Sterling, VA with her boyfriend and their three kitties. Andrea is a competitive bodybuilder in the Women’s Figure Division. Aside from her rigorous training schedule, she enjoys going on hikes/walks, searching for new coffee places to try with her boyfriend, and spending time with him and their fur babies.

Andrea is a George Mason University Graduate and holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Health with a concentration in Community Health and Health Education. Andrea has a passion for helping others and making a positive impact in peoples’ lives. Ever since she was a 3-year-old running around in Turkey, she has always wanted to go above and beyond for those around her.

Andrea has worked with a variety of different populations over the years and one thing that remained the same throughout each encounter is that she always wanted to do the most she could for them. Andrea’s main goal is to help people succeed, be happy, and live life to its full potential. She wants to help those around her feel independent, empowered, confident, and hopeful and she wants to ensure that individuals have the resources and services they need to reach this point. She is extremely grateful to have the opportunity to join Moms In Motion and advocate for those in her community.

Heather Barenklau

Service Facilitator

Heather is a Native to the Shenandoah Valley and currently resides in Frederick County, VA with her husband and two children. Heather graduated from Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Heather has been working in healthcare as a registered nurse for the past 20 years and has devoted a large part of that career to working with children and adults with cognitive, emotional, and physical disabilities. In Heather's free time she enjoys camping with her family, baking and decorating sweet treats, and volunteering with her local fire & rescue department. Heather is excited for this new career and the opportunity to help serve an underserved population.

Iliana Fernandez

Service Facilitator
Iliana Fernandez draws from her diverse background of over 14 years of experience working in public service. She holds a master’s in music therapy from Shenandoah University and is a board-certified music therapist with experience in pediatric mental health and school classroom settings. Prior to this, Iliana graduated from George Mason University with a dual bachelor’s degree in music and psychology while working as a private teacher for viola and violin students. She is passionate about helping others and strives to build meaningful relationships for client success. Iliana is from Puerto Rico and is heritage fluent in Spanish. She looks forward to assisting families in Loudoun County with her unique background which has led her to working with Moms In Motion.

James Kile

Senior Service Facilitator
James worked in public education for 21 years, the last 10 serving as a school administrator. During this time he worked with students with emotional disorders, intellectual disabilities, physical disabilities, and autism. The next phase of his professional life involved serving as a behavior clinician for families of children with autism. James’s last professional role involved working as a career coach for a program that focused on helping those living in poverty obtain funds and resources to pursue careers in the health care field. After a brief period away to help deal with family health issues, he is excited to have the opportunity to use his experience helping people to overcome the hurdles of life. James has three children (a son in college at James Madison University, a son entering his senior year in high school, and a daughter entering seventh grade),

Jennifer Young

Service Facilitator

Jennifer was born and raised in California, and relocated to the beautiful Shenandoah County where she has resided since 2016. She graduated with her BA in Psychology from California State Dominguez Hills. Jennifer has a continuing growing passion in the world of helping those with disabilities. In the past, she has worked in a wide array of different areas, from working with the elderly in assisted living residences, to one on one care with individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities. She hopes to utilize her past experiences within the field to further enrich the lives of others, and is excited to be part of the Moms In Motion team.

Kristy Eggleston

Senior Service Facilitator

Kristy was raised in New Hampshire, but settled in Front Royal, VA in 2001. She has five children (twin boys currently serving in the Air Force) and two grandchildren who are the light of her life. She returned to college later in life after homeschooling each of her children. She earned an Associate's in Administration from Lord Fairfax Community College in 2015, and her Bachelor's in Human Services from Southern New Hampshire University in 2018.

Kristy has a passion for making a positive difference in people's lives, especially those with various abilities. She is excited to join Moms In Motion to serve and assist those within her community. Seeing people succeed, become independent, and live their lives to the fullest extent brings her great satisfaction and joy.

In her free time, Kristy likes to cross-stitch and read, but prefers to spend her off-time with her husband, children, and grand-babies.

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