Meet Our Staff

Carrie Evans: Executive Director

Reverend Carrie Evans is an ordained pastor in the Presbyterian Church USA. After 15 years in ministry, she felt a strong calling to be more directly involved in affecting change in our community. That calling led her directly to the doorstep of Stafford Junction as the executive director Carrie Evans joined Stafford Junction in the fall of 2015. She comes with a long history of non-profit experience as well as a deep and abiding passion for building community.

Her favorite quote is from Ghandi: “Be the Change You Want to See in the World”

Email: CarrieEvans@StaffordJunction.org


Bookkeeper – bookkeeper@staffordjunction.org


Office Manager – Info@staffordJunction.org


Lynn Hamilton: Resource Development Manager

Lynn was born and raised in San Diego, CA but recently relocated to Virginia with her family. Her extensive background in marketing/sales along with over 10 years as a community resource coordinator with a large school district in San Diego County is a perfect match for Stafford Junction. Her 10 years with the La Mesa Rotary Club and serving as club president aids her in understanding what a golden resource service clubs, chambers, churches and local businesses are to a non-profit. WARNING…. Lynn is not shy to ask the community to get involved and help out.

Email: LHamilton@StaffordJunction.org


Ebonee Davis: Brain Builder / Summer Junction Program Manager

Ebonee joins Stafford Junction with an impressive background. Born in Maryland into a military family, she has lived in Hawaii, Georgia, and Oklahoma, and Virginia is now home. Ebonee earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Educational Studies with a minor in Psychology. She has owned her own daycare center and worked at a Huntington Learning Center. What she understands it that “Every students learns differently.”

Email: edavis@staffordjunction.org


Olga Escobar: Adult Life Skills/Healthy Living Pays Program Manager

I was born and raised in Colombia where I graduated in political Science with emphasis in Social Psycology. I’ve had the opportunity to live and travel abroad developing a keen sensitivity for people from diverse backgrounds. I truly believe in the power that education and coaching can have on the solution for many of the problems that disadvantaged communities face in their daily lives.

While working for Stafford Junction, I hope to continue the wonderful job they have been doing in educating the community about the importance of health and wellness. I recently became an American citizen; therefore I feel truly privileged to be a part of Stafford Junction and its mission to give back to the community and help to build a better country. I love spending time with my husband, my three children and my pets. I enjoy cooking, reading, traveling and visiting art museums.

Email: OEscobar@StaffordJunction.org


Greg Minor: HUGS Program Manager / Field Assistant

Born and raised in Fredericksburg. Graduated from James Monroe High School. Graduated from Virginia State University with a degree in Visual Communications. Served as a multimedia illustrator in the U.S Army, stationed in Alabama. Lived and worked in Alabama for a few years before returning to Virginia in 2003, and moved into the Olde Forge Community. Became close to kids in Olde Forge over the next couple of years. Met Theresie, former director of Stafford Junction, and began to volunteer with Stafford Junction in 2006.

His varied volunteer roles have included bus driver, HUGS participant, and Brain Builder site coordinator for Drew Middle School. In the summer of 2010, Greg served as a summer intern at Summer Junction. He also began working as a Program Assistant for the Healthy Living Pays program. Greg has recently become a part-time staff member, and plays a key role in connecting Stafford Junction with the Olde Forge Community.

Email: GMinor@StaffordJunction.org


Meet Our Board Of Directors:

Chair: Lance Deffenbaugh
Vice Chair: Steve Aycock
Treasurer: Paul Wormeli
Secretary: Ann Jett
Members include:
Clayton Smith, Mary Louise Holmes, Lydia Mattison, Samuel Cachola, Carol Seeley, Dr. Christopher Quinn, Lee Ann Reaser

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