Human Resources

Lynn Chapman

Human Resources Manager

Lynn and her husband have three small children in South Central Virginia. She has a B.S. in Psychology from Shenandoah University, as well as an M.A. in Human Services from Liberty University. Lynn also holds a Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Cincinnati.

Lynn has worked in the world of special needs for several years as an Attendant and Behavioral Therapist. Through this work, she developed a passion for working with children with Autism which brought her to know Keri in her early work with Moms In Motion.

Lynn began working for Moms In Motion in 2013 and has held several positions within the company in that time. She has grown with the company and is excited to see where this growth will continue. Lynn is so proud to be a part of Moms In Motion and have the opportunity to work with such an amazing team.

Candi Salyer

Candi Salyer

Human Resources Generalist

Candi is a proud mother of three children and lives in rural Southwest Virginia with her husband of thirteen years. Candi’s oldest son, Cole, was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at the age of two. Her journey into the world of special needs began long before his actual diagnosis. She has been an advocate for Cole since he was born in July of 2006. She knows personally how difficult it can be to navigate through the system to obtain necessary services.

Candi graduated from the University of Virginia’s College at Wise in 2005 with a Bachelor's of Science in Business Administration. She is excited to bring her personal experience and professional knowledge to help other families through the process while achieving successful outcomes. She considers it a privilege to be a part of Moms In Motion!

Dawn Myers

Dawn Myers

Human Resources Generalist

Dawn is an Army Brat who married a Marine and has four energetic kids that keep them very busy. The family officially became part of the disability world when their youngest child stopped speaking at 15 months. Their pediatrician immediately became concerned and encouraged them to start Early Intervention. The Speech Therapist realized after a few visits that Dawn's son could be eligible for the Medicaid wavier and put her family in touch with a mom who helped guide parents through the Medicaid wavier process. Dawn and her family will forever be grateful for the kindness this mom showed them in guiding them into this new world.

Dawn has her Bachelor's in Social Work and her Master's in Human Resource Management and Instructional Design. She brings many years of HR and recruiting experience to Moms In Motion. As the Recruiting Specialist, she strives to hire exceptional individuals to join this amazing team.

Heather Linke

Recruiting Specialist
The path that led Heather to Moms in Motion was a windy one. Her first position in HR was for a human services organization in Pennsylvania. She loved working for a company that advocated for people, from infants to elderly individuals, with disabilities. After leaving there, Heather went on to become a nurse and continue her love for helping people. As time went on, she went back to recruiting. Heather and her husband have 4 grown children (3 boys and a girl) and 4 grandchildren (3 boys and a girl). They decided that she would look for a position with some flexibility and a few less hours, so they could spend more time with their family. When she read the ad for Moms in Motion Heather went to the website to learn more about the organization. After reading the mission and vision she knew this was the place for her! ACES (culture points) all the way!

Meredith Cockerille

Business Assistant
Meredith has been a little bit of everywhere since she took on her first role as a part-time customer service representative shortly after graduating high school in 2008. Although she comes with over four years of clerical experience in the finance department of a furniture retail chain, this is her first position exclusively in human resources. After leaving the chain in 2018, she branched off as an independent contractor, specializing in audio transcription until she was referred for an opening at Moms. Their mission hit close to home. She had witnessed the challenges that come with navigating the Medicaid system ever since her mother became permanently disabled after being diagnosed with cancer in 2006, shortly followed by her brother when it was discovered he was suffering from a severe form of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. She knows firsthand how important it is for those who need help to have access to the resources they need. She strongly believes that literacy of the system should not be a factor for people – everyone deserves quality of life.
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