In her role as Board President for the 12 Habits for Wonderful People non-profit organization Carol York brings her diverse leadership experience a wide array of business management disciplines: business management consulting, systems design, industrial engineering, performance management, business process engineering, statistical process control, total quality management, increasing working capital, change management, and grants management and administration, to champion the way forward for a talented and dedicated team. More About Carol
"Because I, like you, care deeply about all of us, our planet, and our children's future, I founded and am building momentum for "12 Habits for Wonderful People".
It's time we all treated each other better more often. My wolf friend in this photo, Logan, knows better than we do, that to survive, you have to co-exist with nature, and get along together in your family and in your own pack. More About Elaine
Dr. Carrie Lynn Leonard recieved her EdD in Educational Leadership from University of Phoenix. Her research centers around organizational communication. A masters degree was secured from Kent State University in special education with a focus in severe behavior. Carrie Lynn started her educational pursuits at Edinboro University in order to obtain a bachelor's degree in education with a focus in metalsmithing.
Dr. Leonard's educational career began in Cleveland, Ohio. She worked in various schools within the municipal school district. After 17 years of experience, Carrie Lynn decided to expand her work in the special education field. More About Carrie
Chris Chapman has worked for over 15 years as a program analyst for the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. He has a Masters Degree in Public Administration from DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management. In addition to being the Secretary of the Board of Directors for Wonderful People Berkeley Springs, Chris serves in various leadership roles throughout the community. Chris is a member of the Bath, WV, Town Council where he serves as the Town Water Committee Chairman and actively works on several other Town committees. Chris currently is president of the Berkeley Springs Rotary Club and is the Scout Master of local Boy Scout Troop 81. He serves on the Executive Committee of Morgan County Starting Points, the local family resource center. Chris also enjoys spending time with his wife and three teenage children.
With a Masters in Management Science from Frostburg University, Mr. King's career and range of expertise brings management depth and oversight to the operations of our non-profit. He worked in corporate management for Kelly-Springfield Tire Company until 1983. He owned and managed, The Continental, a large motel/restaurant in Cumberland, MD for many years. After the birth of a son with downs- syndrome, Mr. King entered the field of Special Education, serving as Executive Director of the Hampshire County Special Services Center. Mr. King has guest lectured at institutions such as MIT, Brooklyn polytechnic, Johns Hopkins, Bowdoin College and conducted special training events for IBM, Maryland State Math Symposium and Columbia University
Susan was drawn to Wonderful People when she first encountered the Golden Rule Revolution two years and bought copies to share with friends outside of the area. She was delighted at seeing the Caring Habits message spread throughout the Berkeley Springs area in the past year. From years of professional experience in the local schools, Susan knew the area needed and would respond to the comprehensive character development program.
Susan has a degree in Elementary Education from Penn State, Suma Cum Laude. She believes that both the things she studied and her widely varied experiences during those studies and since have been central to her ability to actively support others in their creative process.
Susan believes that her experience helping to manage a team of professional hair stylists/educators for a major beauty supply company also contributes significantly to her ability to support and coordinate the activities of the other members of the Wonderful People team.
Part kite-string holder, part mother hen, Susan is pleased to be part of the Wonderful People team. She finds her role as Operations Coordinator, which is essentially holding down the fort along with supporting the other team members in the projects and programs where they’re involved and instrumental, challenging and fulfilling.