Check out our incredible staff members that make Bacon Street Youth and Family Services the awesome place it is!
Kimberly L. Dellinger, M.Ed., Executive Director
Kim Dellinger came to Bacon Street in February 2015. She is thrilled to be able to work with such a dynamic and dedicated group of prevention and treatment professionals and is eager to work with the greater Williamsburg community in growing the services that we provide for teens and their families. Kim is originally from Arizona and did her undergraduate work at Northern Arizona University in history/social studies education after which she continued on to graduate school at James Madison University and graduated in 2003 with her Masters of Education degree in College Student Personnel Administration. Kim has worked in substance abuse prevention with teens for the past 10 years and is passionate about empowering youth and families to lead healthy and successful lives. A relatively recent transplant from Vermont, she’s enjoying being closer to family and friends in Virginia. She and her husband Scott have twin daughters, Kaylee and Claire who are in third grade at J. B. Blayton Elementary School. In her free time she loves gardening, reading, hiking and is passionate about Broadway musicals and the arts.
Susan Sullivan-Tubach, B.A., Office Manager
Susan joined Bacon Street in June 2015. She has a BA in Psychology from The College of William and Mary and previously volunteered with Bacon Street during her Community Psychology Practicum. Susan has worked in community outreach and education for over 10 years. Her extensive work with non-profits has prepared her for the various organizational and financial responsibilities of the Front Office.
Chuqiu “Chu” Wu, Volunteer Coordinator
Chuqiu came to Bacon Street in November, 2016. She earned a bachelor degree in Public Health Education/Health Promotion from Central Michigan University in 2014. Two years later, she graduated with a Masters of Science in Administration with Health Service Concentration. She is passionate about her work in Bacon Street. Chu likes to play Ping-Pong, taking walks in the park and is very good at cooking Chinese cuisine.
Sarah-Daye Hand, Marketing and Special Events Coordinator
Bio coming soon!
Sami Kim, 2016-2017 Marketing and Special Events Intern, William & Mary
Sami Kim is a sophomore at the College of William and Mary with an intended major in Marketing and a minor in Psychology. She is passionate about community service and is excited to be interning alongside the wonderful staff at Bacon Street!
Keosha Branch, Ph.D., L.P.C., N.C.C.,, Clinical Director
Joining Bacon Street in June 2015, Keosha is the newest addition to the clinical staff. Keosha is licensed by the Virginia Department of Health as a Professional Counselor (LPC) and is certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors as a National Certified Counselor (NCC). She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009. She went on to study Counseling at the College of William and Mary and graduated in 2011 with a Masters of Education degree in Couples, Marriage, and Family Therapy. Recently, she successfully defended her dissertation for her doctorate, (also at William and Mary) and is graduating in May of 2017. She worked with offenders at a correctional institution in Richmond, VA for three years and in August 2014 she returned to the College of William and Mary where she is currently pursuing her PhD. in Counselor Education and Supervision. Keosha is passionate about helping people to maximize their full potential and to achieve optimal health and wellness. She currently serves as the Bacon Street liaison on the Crossroads Community Youth Home’s Admission and Release Committee.
Keosha and her husband, Kyle, have a lovely daughter Kennedy, who just turned two years old. Kennedy is very excited that she will be a big sister in September of this year! When she’s not working or studying, Keosha is spending time bonding with her new baby. She also enjoys reading, writing, and dancing and is actively involved in volunteering in her community.
Robert Coleman, M. Ed., L.P.C, L.M.F.T, L.S.A.T.P., Clinician
Bob joined the Bacon Street counseling staff in 1977 and was appointed Clinical Supervisor in 1980. He maintains three licenses from the Virginia Department of Health as a Professional Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Substance Abuse Treatment Practitioner. In addition to his work at the Bacon Street Center, Bob has been in part-time private practice in Newport News and Williamsburg since 1981. He also actively serves on the College of William and Mary’s Counselor Education Advisory Board, and the Virginia Community Services Boards Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Coalition.
Bob resides in Williamsburg with his wife, Debbie, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and their dog, Pete. He has two daughters. Lindsay is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, and Chelsea is a senior at Randolph-Macon College. Away from the office, Bob can be found swimming, bicycling, and running. Participating in the sport of Triathlon since 1997, he successfully completed the Ford Florida Ironman in 2005.
Laura Townsend, M. Ed., L.P.C, L.M.F.T, L.S.A.T.P., Clinician
Laura Townsend has been employed with Bacon Street since 1979, following her graduation from The College of William and Mary. She is licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia as a Professional Counselor, a Marriage and Family Counselor and as a Substance Abuse Treatment Practitioner. While over the course of her career she has functioned in several capacities with the program, at present she is primarily doing assessments of the consumers. She serves as the representative to the Local Human Rights Committee for Bacon Street Youth and Family Services.
Summer Feng, 2016-2017 Clinical Intern, William & Mary
Summer Feng is a second year Master’s student at the College of William and Mary in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. She comes from China and earned her B.S. in Economics at the Remin University of China in Beijing. Summer completed her practicum with Bacon Street Youth and Family Service in the spring semester and really enjoyed working with this passionate team. She is very happy to join Bacon Street again as a clinical intern. Summer is also working on supporting international students at William and Mary. After graduation, Summer plans to pursue a doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology. In her spare time, she loves to hanging out with friends, hiking and working out in the gym.
John Price, 2016-2017 Clinical Intern, Walden University
John Price is a second year Master’s student at Walden University in the Clinical Mental Health Program and currently is a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society. He earned his B.S. in Psychology at the University of Phoenix. John is also a student member of both the Virginia Counseling Association and the American Counseling Association. He is looking forward to beginning his Practicum/Internship at Bacon Street Youth and Family Services in the fall. John resides in the Gloucester area and enjoys spending time with his daughter.
Stephanie Wills, Prevention Coordinator, Pennsylvania State University
Bio coming soon!
Cassy McKenzie, 2016-2017 Prevention Intern, Christopher Newport University
Bio coming soon!
Jenny Stevens, 2016-2017 Prevention Intern, Christopher Newport University
Jenny Stevens is a Junior at Christopher Newport University currently working on her B.S. degree in Psychology and plans to pursue a license in Professional Counseling after graduating from CNU. Jenny is passionate about working with children and adolescents to help them realize their full potential and also loves her job as a Freshmen RA at CNU. In her free time, she loves running, sitting down with a good book, or going on a hike with a grand view. She is very excited to join the Bacon Street team as a Prevention Intern this fall!
Tiffany Miller, 2016-2017 Prevention Intern, Christopher Newport University
Tiffany Miller is a senior at Christopher Newport University currently pursing a B.A in Sociology with minors in Leadership and Communication Studies. After graduating, she plans on pursuing a Master’s in Military Social Work, and serving time in the U.S. Army as a social work officer. She is passionate about helping the well-being of the military community, as she grew up in a military family and understands the sacrifices our soldiers make for our freedom. In her spare time, she enjoys going to the gym, backpacking, and petting fluffy dogs.
Billy Sincoskie, 2016-2017 Prevention Intern, Thomas Nelson Community College
Joined Bacon Street in the fall of 2016 as a prevention intern.
Delores Bryant, 2016-2017 Prevention Intern, Thomas Nelson Community College
I’m Delores I’m starting my final semester with Thomas Nelson Community College this fall, and I intend on transferring to University of North Carolina Charlotte to major in Social Work. I have a passion for helping people especially the youth. In my free time I enjoy reading, writing, listening to music, and volunteering whenever I can. I’m so excited to use my skills and to learn from joining the Bacon Street Team as a prevention Intern.