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 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!
Madi is a straight A student in high school, currently enrolled in college classes and honor courses. When not in the classroom, she is usually on the field playing hockey for her school team. She is the oldest of four children and is familiar with the community Moms In Motion serves as her brother has Autism. Madi has been to several therapy sessions with him and has developed an aspiration to become a physical therapist.
Madi and her family are very involved in events for children with special needs. Her exposure to the culture has given her experience and knowledge about other disabilities and the services available to the individuals affected by them. She looks forward to working more with individuals in the community in her future career.