Our Team

Terri Barnes
Project Director, Georgia Project
tbarnes@ebanetwork.com

Barnes is the project director for our Georgia Project Team and is responsible for developing and overseeing all aspects of the project. Barnes' past experiences as a family intervention therapist, clinical director and program director of a provider organization have all proven to be beneficial in her role with Evidence-Based Associates. She will serve as the central point of contact for the Georgia Project with respect to all local stakeholders, model training programs and EBA. Barnes received her master's degree in social work from Clark University in Atlanta, GA.


Kara Brooks
Project Director, Virginia Project
kbrooks@ebanetwork.com

Brooks serves as the central point of contact for the Virginia Transformation Project with respect to stakeholders and local court service units.  She has worked within a variety of community based and residential programs, assisting in the implementation of several evidence based projects.  Most recently she served as a Children's Services Act Coordinator, working within and leading a multi-disciplinary team to meet the needs of at-risk youth and families.


Otis Buckson
Project Director, Families First Program
obuckson@ebanetwork.com

Buckson is an experienced Human Service Administrator, dedicating much of his career to working in the fields of Family Stability, Youth Advocacy, Workforce Development, and Re-entry. Currently, Buckson serves as Program Director for the Families First program in the District of Columbia. He is responsible for developing, directing, and overseeing all aspects of the project. Prior to joining Evidence-Based Associates, Buckson provided administrative oversight for multiple agencies in Baltimore, Maryland, which included but was not limited to program monitoring and compliance. Buckson received a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Morgan State University and a Master of Science degree in Human Services Administration through a collaborative program at the University of Baltimore & Coppin State University.


Chris Caudle
HR Recruiter NYC
ccaudle@ebanetwork.com

Caudle is the Human Resources Recruiter for EBA's NYC Projects. Prior to joining EBA, he served as an Applied Behavior Analysis Therapist in Austin, Texas. He also worked with community-based organizations in Austin that promoted mental health, social justice, and legislative reform. After realizing his affinity for developing sustainable and service-focused teams, Caudle shifted his focus from working directly with clients to hiring mental health specialists. Caudle graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and now lives in Queens, New York, where he spends his leisure time exploring varied art scenes and local historical sites.


Sharese Crouther
Project Director, Atlas Project NYC
scrouther@ebanetwork.com

Crouther is the Project Director for Atlas, an initiative funded by the New York City Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice. With over ten years of experience, she has managed program operations on various community-based and city-wide initiatives in New York City. Before joining EBA, Crouther was the Associate Director of Operations and Planning for a city-wide initiative where she led a team to implement resident-driven projects and programs addressing public safety issues in 15 housing developments across the five boroughs.


Alexa DiGiulio
Data Specialist, Florida Project
adigiulio@ebanetwork.com

DiGiulio is the Data Specialist in the Motivational Interviewing Project in Florida. She has worked over a decade in a variety of positions in the behavioral health, airline and service industries. Alexa has her associate degree in business management from West Georgia Technical College. She enjoys working out, watching football and using retail therapy to feed her ever growing collection of tennis shoes. Alexa resides in LaGrange, GA with her husband Anthony and daughters Oaklynn and Braelynn.


Lindsey Dixon
Quality Assurance and Data Specialist
ldixon@ebanetwork.com

Lindsey is the Quality Assurance and Data Specialist for South Carolina and Virginia, with several years of experience working within various community and school-based programs in roles such as providing direct care services, program development, and clinical and administrative supervision. Lindsey received a bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Virginia's College at Wise, a master's degree in Counseling and Human Development from Lindsey Wilson College, and a master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University. Lindsey is also a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider.


Holly Duggan
Florida Project Manager
hduggan@ebanetwork.com

Duggan brings 20+ years of experience in the behavioral health industry with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from St. Lawrence University and a master’s degree in Child and Family Studies from Syracuse University. She has served in both clinical roles and management level positions including Site Director, Regional VP of Operations and Director of Programs where she assisted in the implementation of multiple evidence based programs in Virginia. Holly thrives on a collaborative approach to achieving goals and her positive attitude and approachability bring people together to build energy and engagement, foster relationships, and move teams to successful outcomes.


Dan Edwards, PhD
Senior Director - Strategy and Growth & Business Development
dedwards@ebanetwork.com

Edwards is currently the Senior Director of Business and Corporate Development at EBA, and formerly served as EBA's president and chief operating officer. Before joining Evidence-Based Associates, Edwards worked for MST Services, an affiliate of the Medical University of South Carolina and the Family Services Research Center. As vice president at MST Services, Edwards coordinated several large-scale implementation projects in the United States, as well as in northern Europe. Since joining EBA in 2007, he has co-authored several publications on evidence-based programs and has been instrumental in the growth and success of EBA's Redirection project. Edwards resides in Alexandria, VA, and enjoys giving back to the community and spending time with his three amazing children.


Deidra Ewing
Project Director, Texas Project
dewing@ebanetwork.com

Ewing is the Project Director for the Texas Project. She is the ongoing point person for EBA's goal of ensuring quality services to MST programs in Texas. She is a proud graduate of Sam Houston State University and Prairie View, M University. Her professional career includes 17+ years of advocacy for at risk youth and families within the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department. Deidra's experience includes years of court, field, family therapy, sub-acute hospitalization facilitation, program management, supervisory leadership, authorship, and has been recognized in the Houston community as one of Houston's Women History Makers. Ewing has successfully assisted in launching 7 MST Teams across the state and is in the process of assisting several more.


Sarah Florczyk
Training Coordinator, Motivational Interviewing
sflorczyk@ebanetwork.com

Florczyk currently serves as the Training Coordinator for the Motivational Interviewing Project. She has a bachelor's degree in speech and hearing science from SUNY Plattsburgh. Florczyk has worked in Community Habilitation programming for several years as a program supervisor and in quality assurance. Her positive attitude, organizational and time management skills will be particularly useful in her new role. She and her husband reside in Tampa, FL.


S.L. Frazier
Program Director, SC LEAP Program
sfrazier@ebanetwork.com

Frazier currently serves as the Program Director of the South Carolina LEAP Program bringing over 10 years of professional experience working in the private and public sectors managing a number of Federal, State and Local program/projects. Ms. Frazier has successfully led several large-scale projects implementing various evidence-based models throughout the states of Georgia and South Carolina. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Augusta State University and several certificates from the University of South Carolina.


Stephanie Gaillou
Project Director, Re-Connect Project
sgaillou@ebanetwork.com

Gaillou serves as Project Director of the RE-Connect Project, where she oversees the implementation of three evidence-based models across seven residential settings within NY’s largest nonprofit social service provider, the Jewish Board.
Prior to this, she supported the implementation of evidence- based, community-driven responses to public safety at the local level in NYC through a pretrial reform project funded by the Mayor’s Office, and at the national and state level, where she provided training and consultation services to jurisdictions across the country looking to implement justice reform initiatives through the Department of Justice, including community courts, treatment courts, and tribal healing-to-wellness courts.
She holds a B.A. from Columbia University in Middle East, South Asian, and African Studies.


Tina Hawkins
Project Manager, Virginia Northern Region
thawkins@ebanetwork.com

Hawkins has thirteen years of experience working within various community and school-based programs. Tina's past experiences as a direct care provider, support coordinator, program manager, administrative supervisor, and clinical supervisor are beneficial in her role with EBA. Tina is passionate about communication between providers and within the team in order to provider a high quality of care to individuals being served. Tina received a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Radford University and a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Radford University.


Kendra Hogans
Atlas FFT Program Manager
khogans@ebanetwork.com

Hogans currently serves as the Functional Family Therapy Project Manager, for the Atlas project in NYC. She brings over 17 years of Social Service experience in NYC and Long Island. Kendra is a fully trained Functional Family Therapy Clinical Supervisor, Marriage and Family Therapist, and holds a SiFi. She graduated from South Carolina State University with a BS in Psychology and Mercy College with a MS in Marriage and Family Therapy. Kendra has worked all levels of Social Services in NYC and is well versed and experienced with delivering community-based services to children and families and developing clinical therapist in Functional Family Therapy. Kendra's dream and mission is to help children and families to break the cycles of the Child-Welfare & Criminal Justice systems.


Nicole Janer
Senior Director - Operations
njaner@ebanetwork.com

Janer was the lead project manager for the Florida Redirection Project and now oversees all of EBA's project activities including our work in the state of Georgia and the District of Columbia. Her role incorporates her desire to provide quality services for youth and families while shaping public policy. Janer's past experiences as a vocational counselor, director of a parent advocacy and training organization, implementer of a federal demonstration project for system changes with youth with developmental disabilities and an administrator of a provider organization have all proven to be beneficial in her role with Evidence-Based Associates. She shares great enthusiasm for building local teams that include the Department of Juvenile Justice, legislators, treatment model representatives and direct service providers of evidence-based treatment services in order to deliver quality and meaningful services.


Vivian Little
Fiscal Specialist
vlittle@ebanetwork.com

Little is the fiscal specialist for Evidence-Based Associates on our Virginia Project. She brings more than 13 years of experience to the role from multiple organizations with an emphasis on accounting, finance and data analysis. She will be primarily focused on our Virginia project billing and data analysis. She has a Bachelors degree in Business and Accounting from the University of Phoenix.


Natalie May
Project Manager, Georgia Project
nmay@ebanetwork.com

May is responsible for overseeing and managing the implementation and sustainability of community-based services; monitoring program fidelity and outcomes; and providing program oversight for all youth services delivered by EBA's subcontracted providers in our Georgia project. She has extensive experience as an FFT Supervisor, CORE Mental Health Therapist, and Crisis Intervention Responder . She possesses over 10 years of experience working with DJJ, DFCS, Juvenile Mental Health Courts, and servicing at risk adolescents and families. Certified in FFT and MRT. May received master's degree in Social Work from Simmons University in Boston, MA and currently resides in Dacula, GA.


Margaret McAlister
Human Resources Generalist
mmcalister@ebanetwork.com

McAlister is currently the human resources specialist for Evidence-Based Associates. She brings more than 20 years of human resource management experience for mid-sized corporations and start-up businesses. Since joining EBA in August 2010, McAlister has worked with project managers and their subcontracted agencies in Florida, Georgia, and Washington, D.C., to reduce therapist turnover by more than 50 percent in some areas. McAlister manages the Supervisor Training Institute with the Dept. of Behavioral Health in Washington, D.C., ensuring that the Families First Program team supervisors and HR personnel receive training in best practices human resources for evidence-based practice teams. She has co-authored nine evidence-based practice therapy model-specific EBA Best Practices Hiring Manuals in collaboration with various EBP provider teams and model consultants and is currently working on a comprehensive human resources manual for evidence-based practitioners.


Lisa McCarthy
HR Recruiter
lmccarthy@ebanetwork.com

McCarthy has spent the last 15 years developing and overseeing national recruitment strategies for a variety of businesses, including healthcare and non-profit. She is currently a Senior Recruiter with EBA. She has a background in nursing, possesses several qualifications in sourcing and recruiting, and is a thought leader in the field of talent acquisition.


Nathan McCoy
Program Manager, Families First Program
nmccoy@ebanetwork.com

McCoy is currently the project manager for the Families First project in Washington, DC, a project established by the District of Columbia Department of Mental Health to help expand the utilization of evidence-based practices for youth and families throughout the district. McCoy has extensive experience in project management and problem solving within the youth advocacy field including his time as a program analyst for the District Youth Rehabilitation Services department, and has worked in the customer service field for more than 30 years.


Brandy Morin
Project Manager, Virginia Central Region
bmorin@ebanetwork.com

Morin graduated from Delaware State University in 2005 with a Bachelor's in Social Work and Walden University in 2015 with a Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Brandy has nearly 20 years helping individuals, couples, youth and families improve their mental health. She most recently was an FFT Therapist and Clinical Supervisor. Brandy is passionate about supporting youth and their families with access to quality evidence-based programs and mental health services. She resides in Dumfries, VA with her husband and daughter.


Bob Sayles
Director, Information Management and Technology
bsayles@ebanetwork.com

Sayles has 18 years of experience working in the data management and internet technology field and has worked in finance and audit areas within multiple corporations. He has a bachelor's degree in accountancy from the University of Notre Dame and a master's degree in business administration from Regis University. As director of information management and technology, Sayles will be responsible for the daily maintenance of the company databases and dashboards. Before joining Evidence-Based Associates, Sayles was the director of information technology for Liberty Resources, a New York-based human services provider and was responsible for the daily maintenance and upkeep of the agency's computers and software.


Allison Seiden
Program Data Manager for Atlas
aseiden@ebanetwork.com

Seiden is the Program Data Manager for Atlas, an initiative funded by the New York City Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice. Before joining EBA, Seiden held positions in both industry and academia working with healthcare data. She has experience working with large relational databases and creating data visualizations for complex data systems. She has a Master's degree from Johns Hopkins University in Applied Mathematics and Statistics and currently resides in New York City.


Lamar Suber
Project Manager, SC LEAP Program
lsuber@ebanetwork.com

Suber currently serves as the Project Manager of the South Carolina LEAP Project. He brings over 15 years of experience in the Behavioral Health field ranging from laboratory research, inpatient and outpatient community care, residential treatment, and clinical management. Lamar has successfully led several projects implementing various evidence-based models throughout the states of Illinois and South Carolina. He holds a bachelor of arts in Psychology and bachelor of arts in Africana Studies from Binghamton University and a master of arts in Marriage and Family Counseling from Adler University.

Otis Buckson
Project Director, Families First Program
obuckson@ebanetwork.com

Buckson is an experienced Human Service Administrator, dedicating much of his career to working in the fields of Family Stability, Youth Advocacy, Workforce Development, and Re-entry. Currently, Buckson serves as Program Director for the Families First program in the District of Columbia. He is responsible for developing, directing, and overseeing all aspects of the project. Prior to joining Evidence-Based Associates, Buckson provided administrative oversight for multiple agencies in Baltimore, Maryland, which included but was not limited to program monitoring and compliance. Buckson received a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Morgan State University and a Master of Science degree in Human Services Administration through a collaborative program at the University of Baltimore & Coppin State University.


Nathan McCoy
Program Manager, Families First Program
nmccoy@ebanetwork.com

McCoy is currently the project manager for the Families First project in Washington, DC, a project established by the District of Columbia Department of Mental Health to help expand the utilization of evidence-based practices for youth and families throughout the district. McCoy has extensive experience in project management and problem solving within the youth advocacy field including his time as a program analyst for the District Youth Rehabilitation Services department, and has worked in the customer service field for more than 30 years.


Holly Duggan
Florida Project Manager
hduggan@ebanetwork.com

Holly brings 20+ years of experience in the behavioral health industry with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from St. Lawrence University and a master’s degree in Child and Family Studies from Syracuse University. She has served in both clinical roles and management level positions including Site Director, Regional VP of Operations and Director of Programs where she assisted in the implementation of multiple evidence based programs in Virginia. Holly thrives on a collaborative approach to achieving goals and her positive attitude and approachability bring people together to build energy and engagement, foster relationships, and move teams to successful outcomes.


Alexa DiGiulio
Data Specialist, Florida Project
adigiulio@ebanetwork.com

DiGiulio is the Data Specialist in the Motivational Interviewing Project in Florida. She has worked over a decade in a variety of positions in the behavioral health, airline and service industries. Alexa has her Associates Degree in Business Managementfrom West Georgia Technical College. She enjoys working out, watching football and using retail therapy to feed her ever growing collection of tennis shoes. Alexa resides in LaGrange, GA with her husband Anthony and daughter Oaklynn.


Sarah Florczyk
Training Coordinator, Motivational Interviewing
sflorczyk@ebanetwork.com

Florczyk currently serves as the Training Coordinator for the Motivational Interviewing Project. She has a bachelor's degree in speech and hearing science from SUNY Plattsburgh. Florczyk has worked in Community Habilitation programming for several years as a program supervisor and in quality assurance. Her positive attitude, organizational and time management skills will be particularly useful in her new role. She and her husband reside in Tampa, FL.

Terri Barnes
Project Director, Georgia Project
tbarnes@ebanetwork.com

Barnes is the project director for our Georgia Project Team and is responsible for developing and overseeing all aspects of the project. Barnes' past experiences as a family intervention therapist, clinical director and program director of a provider organization have all proven to be beneficial in her role with Evidence-Based Associates. She will serve as the central point of contact for the Georgia Project with respect to all local stakeholders, model training programs and EBA. Barnes received her master's degree in social work from Clark University in Atlanta, GA.


Natalie May
Project Manager, Georgia Project
nmay@ebanetwork.com

May is responsible for overseeing and managing the implementation and sustainability of community-based services; monitoring program fidelity and outcomes; and providing program oversight for all youth services delivered by EBA's subcontracted providers in our Georgia project. She has extensive experience as an FFT Supervisor, CORE Mental Health Therapist, and Crisis Intervention Responder . She possesses over 10 years of experience working with DJJ, DFCS, Juvenile Mental Health Courts, and servicing at risk adolescents and families. Certified in FFT and MRT. May received master's degree in Social Work from Simmons University in Boston, MA and currently resides in Dacula, GA.

Sharese Crouther
Project Director, Atlas Project NYC
scrouther@ebanetwork.com

Crouther is the Project Director for Atlas, an initiative funded by the New York City Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice. With over ten years of experience, she has managed program operations on various community-based and city-wide initiatives in New York City. Before joining EBA, Crouther was the Associate Director of Operations and Planning for a city-wide initiative where she led a team to implement resident-driven projects and programs addressing public safety issues in 15 housing developments across the five boroughs.


Stephanie Gaillou
Project Director, Re-Connect Project
sgaillou@ebanetwork.com

Gaillou serves as Project Director of the RE-Connect Project, where she oversees the implementation of three evidence-based models across seven residential settings within NY’s largest nonprofit social service provider, the Jewish Board.
Prior to this, she supported the implementation of evidence- based, community-driven responses to public safety at the local level in NYC through a pretrial reform project funded by the Mayor’s Office, and at the national and state level, where she provided training and consultation services to jurisdictions across the country looking to implement justice reform initiatives through the Department of Justice, including community courts, treatment courts, and tribal healing-to-wellness courts.
She holds a B.A. from Columbia University in Middle East, South Asian, and African Studies.


Kendra Hogans
Atlas FFT Program Manager
khogans@ebanetwork.com

Hogans currently serves as the Functional Family Therapy Project Manager, for the Atlas project in NYC. She brings over 17 years of Social Service experience in NYC and Long Island. Kendra is a fully trained Functional Family Therapy Clinical Supervisor, Marriage and Family Therapist, and holds a SiFi. She graduated from South Carolina State University with a BS in Psychology and Mercy College with a MS in Marriage and Family Therapy. Kendra has worked all levels of Social Services in NYC and is well versed and experienced with delivering community-based services to children and families and developing clinical therapist in Functional Family Therapy. Kendra's dream and mission is to help children and families to break the cycles of the Child-Welfare & Criminal Justice systems.


Allison Seiden
Program Data Manager for Atlas
aseiden@ebanetwork.com

Seiden is the Program Data Manager for Atlas, an initiative funded by the New York City Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice. Before joining EBA, Seiden held positions in both industry and academia working with healthcare data. She has experience working with large relational databases and creating data visualizations for complex data systems. She has a Master's degree from Johns Hopkins University in Applied Mathematics and Statistics and currently resides in New York City.


Chris Caudle
HR Recruiter NYC
ccaudle@ebanetwork.com

Caudle is the Human Resources Recruiter for EBA's NYC Projects. Prior to joining EBA, he served as an Applied Behavior Analysis Therapist in Austin, Texas. He also worked with community-based organizations in Austin that promoted mental health, social justice, and legislative reform. After realizing his affinity for developing sustainable and service-focused teams, Caudle shifted his focus from working directly with clients to hiring mental health specialists. Caudle graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and now lives in Queens, New York, where he spends his leisure time exploring varied art scenes and local historical sites.


Dan Edwards, PhD
Senior Director - Strategy and Growth & Business Development
dedwards@ebanetwork.com

Edwards is currently the Senior Director of Business and Corporate Development at EBA, and formerly served as EBA's president and chief operating officer. Before joining Evidence-Based Associates, Edwards worked for MST Services, an affiliate of the Medical University of South Carolina and the Family Services Research Center. As vice president at MST Services, Edwards coordinated several large-scale implementation projects in the United States, as well as in northern Europe. Since joining EBA in 2007, he has co-authored several publications on evidence-based programs and has been instrumental in the growth and success of EBA's Redirection project. Edwards resides in Alexandria, VA, and enjoys giving back to the community and spending time with his three amazing children.


Nicole Janer
Senior Director - Operations
njaner@ebanetwork.com

Janer was the lead project manager for the Florida Redirection Project and now oversees all of EBA's project activities including our work in the state of Georgia and the District of Columbia. Her role incorporates her desire to provide quality services for youth and families while shaping public policy. Janer's past experiences as a vocational counselor, director of a parent advocacy and training organization, implementer of a federal demonstration project for system changes with youth with developmental disabilities and an administrator of a provider organization have all proven to be beneficial in her role with Evidence-Based Associates. She shares great enthusiasm for building local teams that include the Department of Juvenile Justice, legislators, treatment model representatives and direct service providers of evidence-based treatment services in order to deliver quality and meaningful services.


Bob Sayles
Director, Information Management and Technology
bsayles@ebanetwork.com

Sayles has 18 years of experience working in the data management and internet technology field and has worked in finance and audit areas within multiple corporations. He has a bachelor's degree in accountancy from the University of Notre Dame and a master's degree in business administration from Regis University. As director of information management and technology, Sayles will be responsible for the daily maintenance of the company databases and dashboards. Before joining Evidence-Based Associates, Sayles was the director of information technology for Liberty Resources, a New York-based human services provider and was responsible for the daily maintenance and upkeep of the agency's computers and software.


Lisa McCarthy
HR Recruiter
lmccarthy@ebanetwork.com

McCarthy has spent the last 15 years developing and overseeing national recruitment strategies for a variety of businesses, including healthcare and non-profit. She is currently a Senior Recruiter with EBA. She has a background in nursing, possesses several qualifications in sourcing and recruiting, and is a thought leader in the field of talent acquisition.

S.L. Frazier
Project Director, SC LEAP Program
sfrazier@ebanetwork.com

Frazier currently serves as the Project Director of the South Carolina LEAP Project bringing over 10 years of professional experience working in the private and public sectors managing a number of Federal, State and Local program/projects. Ms. Frazier has successfully led several large-scale projects implementing various evidence-based models throughout the states of Georgia and South Carolina. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Augusta State University and several certificates from the University of South Carolina.


Lamar Suber
Project Manager, SC LEAP Program
lsuber@ebanetwork.com

Suber currently serves as the Project Manager of the South Carolina LEAP Project. He brings over 15 years of experience in the Behavioral Health field ranging from laboratory research, inpatient and outpatient community care, residential treatment, and clinical management. Lamar has successfully led several projects implementing various evidence-based models throughout the states of Illinois and South Carolina. He holds a bachelor of arts in Psychology and bachelor of arts in Africana Studies from Binghamton University and a master of arts in Marriage and Family Counseling from Adler University.


Deidra Ewing
Project Director, Texas Project
dewing@ebanetwork.com

Deidra Ewing is the Project Director for the Texas Project. She is the ongoing point person for EBA's goal of ensuring quality services to MST programs in Texas. She is a proud graduate of Sam Houston State University and Prairie View A&M University. Her professional career includes 17+ years of advocacy for at risk youth and families within the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department. Deidra's experience includes years of court, field, family therapy, sub-acute hospitalization facilitation, program management, supervisory leadership, authorship, and has been recognized in the Houston community as one of Houston's Women History Makers.


Lisa McCarthy
HR Recruiter
lmccarthy@ebanetwork.com

McCarthy has spent the last 15 years developing and overseeing national recruitment strategies for a variety of businesses, including healthcare and non-profit. She is currently a Senior Recruiter with EBA. She has a background in nursing, possesses several qualifications in sourcing and recruiting, and is a thought leader in the field of talent acquisition.

Kara Brooks
Project Director, Virginia Project
kbrooks@ebanetwork.com

Kara serves as the central point of contact for the Virginia Transformation Project with respect to stakeholders and local court service units.  She has worked within a variety of community based and residential programs, assisting in the implementation of several evidence based projects.  Most recently she served as a Children's Services Act Coordinator, working within and leading a multi-disciplinary team to meet the needs of at-risk youth and families.


Lindsey Dixon
Quality Assurance and Data Specialist
ldixon@ebanetwork.com

Lindsey is the Quality Assurance and Data Specialist for South Carolina and Virginia, with several years of experience working within various community and school-based programs in roles such as providing direct care services, program development, and clinical and administrative supervision. Lindsey received a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Virginia's College at Wise, a master's degree in counseling and human development from Lindsey Wilson College, and a master's degree in applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University. Lindsey is also a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider.


Tina Hawkins
Project Manager, Virginia Northern Region
thawkins@ebanetwork.com

Tina has thirteen years of experience working within various community and school-based programs. Tina's past experiences as a direct care provider, support coordinator, program manager, administrative supervisor, and clinical supervisor are beneficial in her role with EBA. Tina is passionate about communication between providers and within the team in order to provider a high quality of care to individuals being served. Tina received a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Radford University and a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Radford University.


Vivian Little
Fiscal Specialist
vlittle@ebanetwork.com

Little is the fiscal specialist for Evidence-Based Associates on our Virginia Project. She brings more than 13 years of experience to the role from multiple organizations with an emphasis on accounting, finance and data analysis. She will be primarily focused on our Virginia project billing and data analysis. She has a Bachelors degree in Business and Accounting from the University of Phoenix.


Brandy Morin
Project Manager, Virginia Central Region
bmorin@ebanetwork.com

Morin graduated from Delaware State University in 2005 with a Bachelor's in Social Work and Walden University in 2015 with a Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Brandy has nearly 20 years helping individuals, couples, youth and families improve their mental health. She most recently was an FFT Therapist and Clinical Supervisor. Brandy is passionate about supporting youth and their families with access to quality evidence-based programs and mental health services. She resides in Dumfries, VA with her husband and daughter.