The Franklin Together leadership team consists of nine sector representatives and four subcommittee/task force chairs that work and/or live in Franklin County, Pennsylvania. The coordination of the Coalition is overseen and managed through South Central Community Action Programs (SCCAP) through their Chambersburg, Pennsylvania office location.

 
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Dr. Kim Eaton, Director of Reentry and Clinical Quality Assurance

  • Co-Chair of Franklin Together, At-Large (Reentry) Sector Representative

  • Member of Executive Committee, Sustainability Committee, Outreach Task Force, Great Barrier Relief Task Force, Case Review Task Force

    Kimberly Eaton has a Ph. D. in Clinical Social Work.  She is a graduate of Hood College and the University of Maryland.  She is a licensed Social Worker in Pennsylvania and Maryland.  Dr. Eaton entered the field of Social Work as a counselor in a domestic violence program.  She then served 10 years as the residential director for several girls’ group homes and a treatment foster care program in Maryland. In 2005, Dr. Eaton was hired by Franklin County to design and direct a day reporting center (DRC).  Currently, she is the County’s director for re-entry and clinical quality assurance.  In this role she oversees the Case Assisted Re-Entry (CARE) program, the Intensive Re-Entry Case Management (IRCM) program, the DRC, and assists with the Veteran’s Affairs REACH grant funded program. 

     

    Dr. Eaton chairs the Forensic Initiatives Committee for Criminal Justice Advisory Board (CJAB) and serves on several other committees.  She is currently serving as a co-chairperson Franklin Together Reentry Coalition of Franklin County.  Dr. Eaton has been the volunteer coordinator for the Waynesboro Youth Aid Panel since its inception in 2004.  Currently, she is working to coordinate Youth Court programs in several area high schools.  She also teaches online courses on addiction and social services for the University of Phoenix.  She has been an adjunct professor at Shippensburg University for the Social Work and Criminal Justice departments.


Carrie Gray, Franklin County Administrator/Chief Clerk

  • Co-Chair of Franklin Together, County Government Sector Representative

  • Member of Executive Committee, Sustainability Committee

  • Carrie holds a Master of Arts degree from Towson University, with bachelor’s degrees in English and Psychology.  Carrie is currently the Franklin County Administrator.  She began working at Franklin County in March 2009 as the Grants and Criminal Justice Advisory Board Director.  Prior to her tenure with the County, Carrie coordinated community development projects for the Carl M. Freeman Companies in Berkeley Springs, WV. She also worked in Baltimore, MD at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the University of Maryland School of Social Work where she evaluated human service programs. 

    "Franklin Together is the perfect example of many things I love about Franklin County.  It is a living, breathing example of how we come together to support each other in this community.  Being a small part of the galvanizing efforts of Franklin Together is truly an honor."


Megan Shreve, CEO of South Central Community Action Programs

  • Re-Entry Program Director

  • Member of Executive Committee, Sustainability Committee

    Megan worked as a Program Director in community action for nearly 14 years before taking a 4-year venture into the private sector doing training, implementation, and business process analysis for a large consulting firm. She returned to the non-profit world in 2005 as the Executive Director of South Central Community Action Programs, Inc. (SCCAP), a community based program serving 32,000 low income individuals. Ms. Shreve utilizes her extensive experience with low income families, and the analytical work she accomplished in the private sector, to engage the community to help SCCAP look for solutions that help families move completely out of poverty. SCCAP has offices in Adams and Franklin Counties and operates 20 different programs designed to help families move toward stability. SCCAP has just over 100 employees and 2,000 volunteers. Last year SCCAP served more than 32,000 individuals in the local communities.

    “Working on the micro level, with individual families, is incredibly important. But taking what we are learning to make community and system change, working at the macro level, can impact thousands of lives. That is what Franklin Together is doing and SCCAP is so proud to be helping to lead this important work!”


Alaina Ingels, Franklin Together Re-Entry Coalition Coordinator

  • Re-Entry Department Coordinator, South Central Community Action Programs

  • Member of Executive Committee, Sustainability Committee, Outreach Task Force, Great Barrier Relief Task Force, Case Review Task Force

Alaina Ingels coordinates the Franklin Together Re-Entry Coalition as part of her primary duties as South Central Community Action Programs’ Re-Entry Program Coordinator. Alaina began her work with non-profits over 20 years ago, serving as a member of the Board of Directors and active volunteer for three local human services and animal rescue organizations. She continued her involvement with community activism and volunteerism throughout college, receiving her degree in History and Philosophy from Shippensburg University in 2005. She graduated among the top of her class as an honors fraternity member of Phi Alpha Theta. Upon graduation, she worked providing support through wrap around services with school aged children and their families. In early 2008, she joined the Franklin County Grants Management team, tasked with developing innovative programming, writing and monitoring grants for human services, criminal justice and general county government. Additionally, she was responsible for coordinating activities for the Criminal Justice Advisory Board, while also serving on multiple task forces to help improve the lives of Franklin County, PA residents. During this time, she enjoyed building community partnerships and led capacity building exercises, offering technical support in grant writing and program development for several community based non-profit organizations. In mid-2017, Alaina returned to her roots, vested in non-profit community work, and joined the team at SCCAP to coordinate Franklin Together.

 “Coalitions are invaluable tools that communities can utilize to better work together by leveraging their combined resources, extending their reach, and expanding their impact. We can achieve more successes through working together! Sharing resources and building partnerships help to improve outcomes for individuals, as well as their families, when returning to the community after incarceration.”


 Kelly Goshen, Director of Behavior Health at Keystone

  • Behavioral Health Sector Representative

  • Member of Executive Committee, Co-Chair Great Barrier Relief Task Force

    Kelly Goshen has been involved in human services for 37 years.  She is a graduate of Juniata College and has held a variety of positions over the years. Most notably Kelly was the Franklin/Fulton County Mental Health/Intellectual Disability, Drug and Alcohol Administrator) for 16 years.    She has been employed at Keystone Rural Health Center as the Director of Behavioral Health for the past 11 years, overseeing the outpatient practice, Crisis Intervention and the Community Behavioral Liaisons/ Co-Responders.

    “Together we can make a difference eliminating barriers to help people re-enter the community successfully”


Robin Harmon, Administrator at PA CareerLink® Administrator, SCPaWorks

  • Employment Sector Representative

  • Member of Executive Committee, Outreach Task Force, Great Barrier Relief Task Force

    Robin serves as the site administrator for the Pa CareerLink® Franklin County. She is a Franklin County native and a proud graduate of Chambersburg Area School District. After high school she attended Rutgers University and earned a B.S. in Industrial Engineering. She worked at Lucent Technologies in Massachusetts for 4 years and during that time earned her M.B.A. from Northeastern University. After studying Industrial Engineering at a Master’s level at Penn State University, she returned to Chambersburg to join her family’s business. The furniture store was sold and she them worked at Nitterhouse Masonry Products and Manitowoc before joining the Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce in 2012. While at the the Chamber she learned how to put her passion for her community to work through Downtown Chambersburg Inc. and the Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation. In the fall of 2018 she accepted the position at the PA CareerLink® where she can further work to help her community through employment programs. Additionally, Robin is a volunteer member in numerous organizations including the board of directors of the United Way of Franklin County, the advisory board for Penn State Mont Alto, the General Advisory Council at the Franklin County Career & Technology Center, a member of the board of directors of Letterkenny Industrial Development Authority and the executive committee of Franklin Together.


Sally Wadel, Prison Ministry and Comfort Kitchen representative from Salem United Brethren Church

  • Faith-Based Sector Representative

  • Member of Executive Committee

    Sally worked as a computer programmer and analyst for over 25 years and has worked for Volvo as an Executive Assistant for the past ten years. Sally is a volunteer Bible Study Leader for Ladies at Franklin County Jail. Sally and her husband, Lee, have been together for 40 years. Challenging times give us the opportunity to develop patience and compassion for others. We aren’t all we should be, but thanks to the LORD, we aren’t what we used to be. We enjoy working together on home projects and driving our classic vehicles which Lee restored.

     “I know that my purpose in life is to inspire others to achieve their dreams.”


Erin Grant, SAP Liaison, Prevention Education, Check & Connect Mentor at Healthy Communities Partnership

  • At-Large (Children & Families) Sector Representative

  • Member of Executive Committee

Erin is currently a Prevention Educator, Student Assistant Program Liaison, and Check and Connect Mentor at HCP. Prior to HCP Erin worked in many roles at the National Association of Home Builders in Washington, DC and the Executive Director of Home Builders Association of Washington County. Erin also worked in the medical field as an Outreach Enrollment Navigator at Keystone Health as A Circles facilitator with South Central Community Action Programs. She is currently pursuing her Master of Social Work and excited to be a part of the Franklin County Re-Entry Coalition. 

 “Wanting to give back and set an example of compassion is why it's so important for me to volunteer with the coalition. It has been an amazing opportunity to network, learn, and be a voice and an advocate for returning citizens who deserve a chance to change their life story"


Returning Citizen: Josh Wargo, Pastor at Rouzerville United Methodist Church

  • Returning Citizen Sector Representative

  • Member of Executive Committee

Pastor Josh Wargo battled an addiction to drugs & alcohol for nearly six years. His addiction led him to drop out of school, end up in county jail, and experience homelessness. In 2007, he stopped using and became involved in his local church and 12-step meetings. For eighteen months, he lived in a transitional living program for homeless young adults in Wilkes-Barre. Since 2014, he has served as a United Methodist pastor. He is a graduate of Misericordia University and Wesley Theological Seminary. He is married to Whitney and has a daughter Kinsley.


Michelle Weller, Deputy Warden of Inmate Services at the Franklin County Jail

Member of Executive Committee, Chair of Case Review Task Force

Michelle Weller, co-chair of the Case Review Task Force, has been with the Franklin County Jail since 2002.  She is currently the Deputy Warden of Inmate Services and oversees the jail's treatment, medical, religious and education departments.  

 "I am amazed at how far Franklin County has come in developing our re-entry services. We have worked hard to build the partnerships necessary for ensuring that individuals seeking assistance are able to have their needs met. I believe this team approach gives offenders the best chance to successfully transition back into our community."