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Director of Development
Director of Client Services
Ms. Sharon has been a vital part of the Wesley House for over 18 years. She is very a dedicated, reliable, caring and compassionate part of our team. As a Director and member of this community she, has a strong love for serving others in the Mechanicsville/Lonsdale/Beaumont area. While Ms. Sharon does a little bit of everything at the Wesley House, she takes a lot of pride in running the senior program (WISE). She works diligently to provide companionship, support, wellness checks and sees to the needs of 28 senior citizens in our center and community. Without Ms. Sharon, the Wesley House would not be the same. She is a light bearer to our organization and very appreciated.
Assistant Program Director
Ms. Victoria has an interesting tie to the Wesley House because she grew up attending the Wesley House as a child. Her passion for the youth grew as she got older and she obtained her degree from the University of Tennessee in Sociology. While in college, she worked as a Program Counselor for the Wesley House and upon graduation an opportunity became available for her to join the team as a full-time Assistant Program Director. She loves the children and community that we serve and hopes to continue to grow through her experiences at the Wesley House. Her compassionate nature and interaction with our students are greatly appreciated.
Ms. Kim graduated from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville earning her bachelor’s degree in psychology with an interest in biological psychology. She worked as a lab assistant for UTK’s Neyland Biology Annex as a student. Afterwards, she proudly served as an AmeriCorps VISTA and returned to Tennessee to pursue a career in social services. She has acquired over 10 years of experience in youth development, case management, group counseling specializing in behavioral rehabilitation, cultural diversity and inclusiveness programs and trauma informed care. She has worked with a variety of adolescent support groups, youth development organizations and state agencies to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in courtrooms and communities. She joined Wesley House as the Program Director and feels blessed to be a part of the team.