Carol Lane Eagle

CarolCarol Lane Eagle facilitates the Impact of Crime on Victims program at Sussex Correctional Institute and James T. Vaughn Correctional Center.

Carol has devoted nearly 30 years to serving an often times misunderstood population: incarcerated males.  She spent 23 years teaching academics, reentry skills, and moral reasoning to this population.  Carol has developed a sense of the faulty reasoning, or criminal thinking which leads to their actions and an appreciation for the communities they come from.  She has also discovered through their countless, heartfelt life stories,  that they need to come to terms with the physical, emotional, and financial damage/harm they commit against their victims, their communities, their families, and  themselves.

 

Sheryl Hickman, Ed.D

sherylSheryl Hickman facilitates the Impact of Crime on Victims and the Courage to Change programs at Howard R. Young Correctional Institution in Wilmington.

Sheryl has a background and experience that includes a career in education and leadership development at major corporations as well as many volunteer initiatives in the community. Sheryl has a Bachelor’s in Human Resource Management, Master’s in Technology Education, and Doctorate in Education, and is a certified Biblical Counselor.

Sheryl is involved in projects providing awareness to the issue of domestic violence against women and children. Sheryl serves as director of a ministry that supports and mentors single mothers; Beautiful Gates Ministry. Some of these mothers are past or current victims of domestic abuse, so victim impact is a relative issue in both of these areas of volunteer work. Previously she has served as a board member for SOAR (Survivors of Abuse in Recovery), an organization which provides support to victims of sexual abuse.

 

Mary An Love

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Mary An facilitates the Impact of Crime on Victims and Courage to Change programs at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center.

A graduate of the University of Delaware (B.A. in English), and Neumann University (M.S. in Pastoral Care and Counseling), Mary An spent more than 25 years in education. She taught middle school and high school English and served as an administrator in a private school in Delaware. She taught social justice classes at JTVCC as a prgram facilitator for Catholic Charities and then volunteered there as a spriritual director. Mary An now works independently as a spiritual director and retreat facilitator.

 

 

Michelle Washington

MichelleWMichelle Washington facilitates the Courage to Change program at Hazel D. Plant Women’s Treatment Facility and Howard R. Young in New Castle.

Michelle has a passion to serve, empower and uplift people wherever she goes.  She works as a Senior Analyst at Bank of America.  She helped launch the High Achievers Motivational Academy, an after-school program that focuses on leadership, academic excellence and character development.  Michelle is the founder and CEO of Women of More Organization, LLC,  She is also the author of Woman of More Magazine, which highlights women who are industry leaders,  game changers, community  leaders,  business owners, and difference makers.

 

Corry Wright

corryCorry facilitates the Courage to Change program at Howard R Young Correctional Institute. This stand-alone program targets the 18-25 year-old prison population in an effort to reduce violence in the city of Wilmington.

Corry is pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science and an Associate degree in Human Service Technology. Corry is employed at the Delaware Center for Justice and works with youth at Ferris in the SWAGG (Student Warriors Against Guns and Gangs) program. Corry has an extensive background working with at risk youth as well as community members in order to end violence in the city of Wilmington.