Our Fantastic Staff

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 Fourth 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, Accounts 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 20 years.  Her extensive work with non-profits has prepared her for the various organizational and financial responsibilities of the Front Office.

Sarah-Daye McDougall, Development Director

Sarah-Daye began her experience in events by shadowing David Beahm, of David Beahm Designs in New York City, during the summer of 2008. At this time, event planning was something she had never considered, but watching the ballroom of the NYC Plaza Hotel turn into a Jewish wedding extraordinaire, planted the seed. It was then that Sarah-Daye decided to start actively gaining experience in event planning. She applied for and received an internship with the events department at Christopher Newport University, where she was excited to assist in the planning of CNU’s 50th Anniversary Gala, and her very own commencement. After graduation,  Sarah-Daye was hired by Colonial Williamsburg to be a Conference Coordinator where she received her event planning certification from Academy of Special Event Professionals. After three years, she moved on to the College of William and Mary’s Conference Services department where she spend a year. Although Sarah-Daye loved planning special events for the college, she still thought something was missing in her career. Luckily a friend told her of a position with Bacon Street Youth and Family Services and she knew she had to work for the Agency. Not only did she get to plan events, but the events she would be planning would have a purpose that would benefit her community. She is very excited to apply her skills and expertise of event planning to the non profit world and help Bacon Street continue to grow and support her community.

Stephanie Wills, Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator

Bio coming soon!

Hope Brocious, Marketing and Special Events Intern

Hope has been the Marketing and Special Events Intern since May 2018. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Strategic Communications from Penn State University World Campus. This internship with Bacon Street drew her in because it combines several things she is passionate about: addiction and mental health awareness, and advertising/communications. She lives in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania with her husband, two daughters, and two dogs. Almost all of her free time is spent working, studying, and spending as much time with her family as possible.

Emily Nuss, Administrative Intern, William & Mary

Emily Nuss hails from Detroit, Michigan, where she graduated with her B.S.B.A. in Business Administration from Central Michigan University in 2012. After graduation, she worked in the Civic Engagement Center at Clemson University as an AmeriCorps VISTA, where empowered students to volunteer locally, nationally, and internationally. After 2 years at Clemson, Emily joined the United States Peace Corps to serve as a Community Economic Development Volunteer. After 3 1/2 years of service in the Dominican Republic both as a Volunteer and a Volunteer supervisor, Emily returned to the US to pursue her Masters in Business Administration at the College of William and Mary. At WM, she is a Paul D. Coverdell Fellow, a designation awarded to Returned Peace Corps Volunteers. She hopes to use her MBA for good by assisting non-profits and NGOs in their business practices and long-term strategic planning. Emily brings her business acumen and spirit of helping others to the Bacon Street Team!

Clinical Staff

Dr. Annie VanSkiver, Psy. D., NCSP, "Interim" Clinical Director

Dr. Annie VanSkiver is our new “Interim” Clinical Director and is responsible for the oversight and management of our Clinical Treatment Program for adolescents, young adults, and their families. She has a background working with youth and a passion to make a difference here in Williamsburg! Dr. VanSkiver is a Clinical Psychologist and comes to us from Eastern State Hospital, where she has served for the past 9 years. She is thrilled to be joining the Bacon Street team!

Shawn McNulty, LPC, NCC, M. Ed., Clinician

Shawn is a committed public servant whose personal mission is to inspire hope and kindness. Shawn completed a Master’s in Education from The College of William and Mary in counseling specializing in community and addictions work.  Shawn‘s undergraduate degree is in Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University.  Shawn has worked extensively with many diverse communities and is committed to co-creating spaces of welcome and for those in need. Shawn ascribes to therapeutic tenets that can be described as Rogerian, Feminist, and Narrative: a client-centered process, that sees the therapist as a partner in the therapeutic alliance, and that utilizes narrative techniques to gain greater insight into a client’s perceptions of their issues. Shawn frequently provides education and motivation on topics from cultural humility and LGBTQ concerns as well as how to serve clients who identify as members of the LGBTQ communities. Shawn‘s strong professional experience involves working in community-based organizations with traditionally marginalized populations.

Dr. George Fenigsohn, LPC, Ed. D., Clinician

Dr. Fenigsohn has a Doctorate Degree from the College Of William and Mary in Counseling. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been in private practice for over six years. Work experience includes teaching Family Life Education in York County for 20 years including Bruton High School and Queens Lake Middle School.Dr. Fenigsohn was also a Fulbright Scholar in England for one year. Most recently Dr. Fenigsohn was  an Academic Advisor at Thomas Nelson Community College.”Doc” as he was widely known in York County has had extensive experience working with families, adolescents and young adults who may be going through some stormy periods. He is looking forward to joining the Bacon Street family. In his free time, “Doc” enjoys running sailing and traveling.

Glodeliz “Gigi” Rodriguez, M.S., CSAC, Clinician

Gigi Rodriguez joined the Bacon Street team in September 2018. She became a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor in 2014 and is a resident in counseling in Virginia working towards completion of licensing requirements. Gigi has been working with individuals with addiction over 10 years in outpatient and inpatient settings. Her educational background includes a Master’s of Arts in International Studies from East Carolina University and a Master’s of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. She is also fluent in Spanish and will be able to provide support to Spanish speaking individuals.

Romina Abawi-Wooten, M.A., CSAC, NCC, Counselor in Residence

Romina completed her BA in Psychology from George Mason University and her Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health from Argosy University. Romina is currently a Resident in Counseling and working towards completing licensure requirements. Romina became a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor in 2011 and a Nation Certified Counselor in 2017. Romina has working with Adolescent and Adults in both inpatient, outpatient and school settings to address Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders. Romina has a passion for working with middle and high school age group, to empower and evoke change in a healthy, nonjudgmental space. Romina is bilingual, fluent in Farsi and understands the importance of guiding clients down their own path. In her free time Romina enjoys high intensity interval training, running and exploring Williamsburg

Billy Sincoskie, CSAC-A, Clinical Intern, Old Dominion University

Billy joined Bacon Street in the fall of 2016 as a prevention intern and continued into the role of clinical intern in the fall of summer of 2017. He obtained his CSAC-A in 2018 and is working toward his Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services and his CSAC at Old Dominion University.  Billy has been a part of the Bacon Street team for 2.5 years, and has recently taken on the role of UDS Coordinator for the agency.  In his free time he’s usually studying, shopping for new awesome Adidas shoes, more studying, playing with his son Xander, studying, taking long walks on the beach with his lovely wife Christina.

Prevention Staff

Erin Ellis, M.A., Prevention Director

Erin Ellis is a Williamsburg native who returned to the area in 2003; she earned a B.A. in German, minor in Sociology, from the College of William and Mary in 1997. Erin spent ‘college retirement’ time in Jackson Hole, Wyoming after graduation, and was later hired as a German teacher and Assistant Dean of Students at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia. At Episcopal she was given the opportunity to coach, teach, and counsel high school students in a boarding school setting, and served as Dorm Head and Assistant Head of Residence Life. Erin moved back to Williamsburg after her daughter Audrey was born in order to spend more time with family, where her family grew to include her son Adam and daughter Heidi. She began her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Capella University, and is currently moonlighting as a volunteer chauffeur, professional grilled cheese chef, part time Algebra and times tables tutor, subpar maid, and scheduling coordinator.  Erin is our new Prevention Director and is heading up our prevention team for the agency. Her responsibilities will include school and community-based prevention programming and activities. Erin is excited to be a part of Bacon Street, which is providing her the opportunity to ‘give back’ to this great community.

Kamauria Acree, Prevention Assistant and HWYC Coordinator

Kamauria Acree joined the Bacon Street team in August 2018 and is delighted to work with such a passionate and dedicated team of professionals. Kamauria has a passion for improving the health and well-being of people, groups, and communities. This passion eventually led her across the Atlantic Ocean to pursue a Master’s Degree in Community Psychology at the American University in Cairo, located in Cairo, Egypt. After finishing her Master’s Degree in Egypt, Kamauria planted herself in Virginia and worked as a Project Coordinator for a Violence Prevention program for youth in the Hampton Roads area. In her free time, Kamauria loves to exercise, blog, and read while cuddling with her 10 lb. yorkiepoo.

Mary Beth Hughes, Prevention Intern

Mary Beth Hughes joined Bacon Street to be part of the prevention team in October of 2018. She is thrilled for this opportunity to join the dedicated staff at Bacon Street as they work with children and families in our community. Originally from Albuquerque NM, Mary Beth has called Williamsburg home for the past 17 years. She graduated from Texas A & M with her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education; she later earned her master’s degree in Education, with an emphasis in math, from The University of New Mexico.  Mary Beth has taught all ages of students and is passionate about helping young people reach their goals both academically and personally! When she isn’t visiting one of her three children, all in their 20’s and attending VT, FSU and CU, she enjoys running on the trails, reading and finding any excuse to be outdoors in the sunshine.

Joanne Henk, Psy.D., Prevention Intern

Joanne is a caregiver, family member, and volunteer as well as a cancer survivor. As a Prevention Intern, her interests in Community Mental Health have been shaped through education and experience in yoga, volunteerism, outreach, and work in the public schools, in the field of acute and chronic mental health and addictions recovery. Her interests and experiences further include the mind/body/spirit connection, yoga and psychology as paths to health and wellness. She has achieved her teacher training in Yoga at the College of William and Mary here in Williamsburg, Va and has completed her Masters in Education at the University of Connecticut with an emphasis on learning, behavior, and social skills training. Joanne has achieved her PsyD from the Rosemead School of Clinical Psychology with additional emphasis on youth and families, having completed a predoctoral internship at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and a postdoctoral fellowship in community mental health at the Child and Family Development Center in Azusa, Ca.

Chet Boutelle, Prevention Intern, Christopher Newport University

Bio coming soon!

Maria Reese, Prevention Intern, Christopher Newport University

Maria Reese joined the Bacon Street team in May 2018 as a Prevention Intern. She is a senior majoring in Sociology with a focus on Criminology and is also minoring in Psychology and Spanish at Christopher Newport University. Maria is passionate about assisting families and youth who are in need of help whether it be through building confidence and healthy life skills through Bacon Street’s curriculum or just being there for those individuals who simply need someone to care. She is thoroughly excited to be working with the amazing staff of Bacon Street! Maria calls Northern Virginia her home however, spends most of her time in Newport News due to schooling. In her free time, she is either busy with organizations she’s involved with at CNU, spending time with her friends while watching Netflix, going out on lunch/dinner dates, and exploring new places in the area.

Emma Heinze, Prevention Intern, William and Mary

Emma joined Bacon Street in August 2018 as a prevention intern. She studies kinesiology at the College of William & Mary with a focus in public health and educational studies. Emma is passionate about the power of personal health, health education, and community development and is excited to be a part of an organization that works at the intersection of all three! Emma calls Atlanta, Richmond, and Williamsburg home and loves to run, read, drink coffee, and share meals with people she loves!

Social Work Staff

Andrea Claiborne, LCSW, Clinician

Ms. Andrea Claiborne is one of our new Clinicians and she is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. As a part-time clinician, Andrea will be working as a member of the clinical team, seeing youth and families who are struggling with substance use and/or mental health disorders. Andrea grew up in the Williamsburg area and is excited about joining the team at Bacon Street!

Sharnese “Nese” Coston, Social Work Intern, University of Denver

Sharnese has been a social work intern with Bacon Street since September 2018. She is a recent graduate of Old Dominion University and a current student of Denver University of clinical social work. She is excited to join our team because of the combination of working with youths, families, and addiction. Currently, she lives in Gloucester, Virginia with her family and pets. Most of her free time is taken up by school and playing with her over-energetic dog.

Neill Cameron, Social Work Intern, Virginia Commonwealth University

Bio coming soon!