Chief Executive Officer
Anna joined CINC (formerly Families in Action) in 2012 where she serves as the new Executive Director. In 2006, Anna received a Bachelor’s of Science in Recreational Therapy. She then went on to receive a Master’s of Science in Professional and Substance Abuse Counseling and a Master’s of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling and is a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist (LCAS) in the state of North Carolina. Anna has experience working in both residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment and has also worked as an employee assistance consultant.
Anna currently serves on the Addiction Professionals of North Carolina board as North East Regional Vice President and serves on the Wilson County Substance Prevention Coalition board.
Anna and her husband, Ryan, live in Wilson, NC where they are actively involved at their home church, Farmington Heights. They have one son, Liam, and one daughter, Liza.
Chief Operations Officer
Erin joined Community Impact NC in October of 2018 and is the Director of the Division of Coalition Support. In 2006, she received a B.S. in Business Administration and a B.A. in Religion & Philosophy from Barton College.
Erin has worked for over 10 years in the prevention of substance use disorders. She has experience in leading a community coalition and training communities to begin community level prevention efforts. She has received Coalition Academy training through Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America, is a trained Recovery Coach, and has had training in racial equity and disparity issues through the Racial Equity Institute.
Erin currently serves on the Addiction Professionals of North Carolina board as North East Regional Vice President. Locally she serves on the board of the Wilson Housing Authority and belongs to The Rotary Club of Wilson.
She has lived in Wilson for 17 years, has a husband named Aaron, and two children, Audrey (7) & Axel (4).
Doug joined Community Impact NC in 2018, where he serves as a Regional
Coordinator under the Division of Coalition Support. Doug has experience working in
public safety areas with Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Services, Fire, and 911.
He has also worked in the technology services field prior to joining Community Impact
Doug has received training from Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America and is a
trained Recovery Coach.
Doug is an Eastern North Carolina native. He and his wife, Catherine, live in Rocky
Mount, NC and have 2 sons, Gavin and Bryson.
Kelly joined Community Impact NC in 2018. She is a Regional Coordinator under the Division of Coalition Support. Kelly received a B.S. in Business Administration from Western Carolina University. She started her first 501(c)(3) in 1996 to address physical fitness and family wellness in her county. During this time, she received training in adolescent mental health from SAMHSA and certification in Therapeutic Child Care. Her position at Haywood Community College started in 2002. She was an Adult High School Biology teacher, math instructor, and a then recruiter. She assisted her department in securing a grant to pilot an andragogical contextualized instruction program for parents of young children. She attended American Grant Writing institute and was awarded title of Certified Grant Writer, CGW©. She moved into the grant writer and grant manager position under the president at Haywood Community College. She became a coalition coordinator in 2014 and received Coalition Academy training through Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America.
Tyler came to Community Impact NC in 2019 where he works as a Prevention Specialist. His efforts focus on increasing youth and parent engagement into community based and environmental strategies. Tyler received his B.S. in Religion with a focus on Youth Ministry from Liberty University in 2013, and also received his Masters in Professional Counseling from Liberty University in 2015. Tyler is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate with the state of North Carolina, as well as, a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor. Tyler worked in intensive outpatient treatment for 4 years, where he conducted group therapy sessions, individual therapy sessions, and conducted assessments.
Tyler was born and raised in Wilson, NC, where he lives with his wife Brooke and their daughter Emma.
Maria joined CINC in 2002 where she serves as the organization’s Administrative Assistant. A North Carolina native and a graduate of James B. Hunt, Jr. High School, Wilson, NC, Maria holds an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Data Processing from Wilson Community College. Prior to coming to Families in Action, she was co-owner of a residential building company and has worked for BB&T and for a local healthcare clinic.
Maria is an involved member of the community where she volunteers with the Wilson County Substance Prevention Coalition. She and her husband, Carter, live in Wilson and have two sons, Bryson and Hunter. They are active members at First Baptist Church in Wilson.