Cheryl Laws – Founder/Chief Executive Officer
Cheryl Laws has been an entrepreneur for the majority of her life. She has owned two successful Day Spas (Ferngullys and Selah) and Nurses4You- an organization that provided permanent positions for nurses in hospitals throughout the United States. Cheryl went on to become the Director of Travel Nursing for TheraCare, Inc. of NYC where she grew the division from $250,000 to $2.5 million per year. The division was sold to a competitor and Cheryl was left to reinvent herself. She went back to college in 2011 at the age of forty-two where she received a Regents Bachelor of Arts with a minor in Sociology. Cheryl graduated Summa Cum Laude and went on to Boone, North Carolina to begin a Masters of Art in Appalachian Studies at Appalachian State University. Her goal was to better understand the Appalachian culture so she could return to West Virginia and help the people from the place she calls “home”. Her thesis titled, Reintegration Strategies to Mitigate Child Abuse and Neglect by Substance Abusers in West Virginia Communities was used as research for this project. Cheryl built Pollen8, Inc. based on the scholarly literature and primary research from her graduate studies.
You can reach Cheryl via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on her cell at 304-389-0803.
Tuesday Taylor – Youth Program Director
Tuesday Taylor is an accomplished author, educator and public speaker receiving her degree from West Virginia State University earning the Robert F. Kennedy Visionary Award. Born and raised in the small town of Spring Hill, West Virginia, she is an advocate for education, resilience and the power of love. Since 2009 Ms. Tuesday, as her students call her, has established and facilitated youth programs throughout the state of West Virginia and Cleveland, Ohio specializing in behavioral management, summer enrichment, visual and performing arts. After receiving her Communications degree, Tuesday authored her first volume of poetry entitled A Dandy Lion Dreams. She then went on to produce and host her own multimedia show called “What’s Real West Virginia”. Having recently spoke at a commencement ceremony Ms. Taylor urged the student body that a willing and driven pursuit of the value of education can and will provide access to their dreams. Believing in the power of one’s mind Ms. Tuesday can be sited quoting the great activist Tupac Shakur “I may not change the world but I will spark the mind that will.”
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Kimberly Gilispie Hughes – Psychologist
Kimberly Gilispie Hughes is a passionate scholar practitioner in the field of clinical psychology. In her clinical practice she delivers cognitive behavioral therapy CBT and other evidence based treatments to ajar and adolescent and children clients with a wide range of emotional behavior adjustment problems such as anxiety stress depression relationship problems. And her consulting work she has provided intensive supervision she also is a brain injury specialist as well as a developmental specialist. She has been published in school psychology for research and development and a longitudinal study for cognitive behavioral therapy she graduated from West Virginia State College with an undergraduate degree in and graduated with a Masters degree from Marshall University in clinical psychology. Mitch Miss Hughes has worked and several mental health agencies as the lead clinical psychologist and determining rare disorders and developmental delays. She currently is working with the juvenile population that have been incarcerated and or receive drug therapy/drug court. Miss you miss you miss use continues to work with individual intensive therapy as well as group cognitive therapy and family therapy.
Contact Kimberly at firstname.lastname@example.org