Who’s Who Within the Mountain State Parent-Child Adolescent Network

Meet Our State-wide Family Network Project Director

Donna Moss is the State-wide Family Network Project Director for MSP-CAN. As the SFN Project Director, she is responsible for the overall management, implementation, and evaluation of the Building Infrastructure Project. Donna also ensures that information is updated and reviewed, develops evaluations methods and procedures, develops organizational materials, and provides training and education to parents and children through conferences, individual emotional support, and information and referral. She updates The Network’s website, develops a quarterly newsletter, and ensures that Legislative news on children’s issues are available on this site. She has experience in working with the mental health agencies as well as in the special education area, providing support, services, and advocacy with both children and adults.  Donna also is a parent and grandparent of special needs children.

Meet our Parent Coordinator

Laura Goodrich is the Parent Coordinator for MSP-CAN. She has experience in working with mental health agencies as well as in early education. As Parent Coordinator she works with the Project Director in maintaining the office as well as recruiting new families.

Meet the Board of Directors

Melanie Britton,  President – Doddridge County

Angie Ferrari, Vice President-Putnam County

Kris Bonnell –Secretary- Doddridge County

Jason Bailey, Treasurer – Wood County

Elliott Birckhead – Kanawha County

Hope Coleman- Kanawha County

Jackie Hensley- Wood County

Becky Long- Kanawha County

Vera Taylor- Roane County





Meet our Volunteers/Advisors

Melody Waybright – Harrison County

Sharon Linch – Wood County

Melanie Britton – Doddridge County

Jessica Foss  -Wood County

John Moss –  Wood County

Vickie Mace – Wood County

Josh Parsons -Wood County

Gail Lamm – Wood County

Vera Taylor-Roane County

Sylvia Goodrich-Wood County

Brenda Wade–Wood County

Jared Strong– Wood County


New Volunteers are Always Welcome!