Debra Stock provides a wealth of leadership from experience in both the nonprofit and private sectors. She served as Chief Executive Officer of YWCA York (PA) for thirteen years. Prior to the YWCA post she spent seventeen years in sales and management with Glatfelter Insurance Group.
Deb has served on national, regional, and local Boards, including serving as Board Chair of YWCA USA for three years. Collectively, YWCAs are the leading providers of services to victims of domestic violence in the USA. Currently Deb serves on the executive committee of YWCA’s World Service Council and Global Relations Committee, and is a nominee for the YWCA World Board Of Directors.
She is a past Board member of York Hospital, Better York, New Hope Academy Charter School, Rotary Club Of York, United Way Of York County, Family & Child Partners, and Family Service Partners, as well as YWCA York, plus a past Trustee of 501c Agency Trust in San Jose, CA. She presently serves on the Boards of Leadership York and the Children’s Advocacy Center.
Deb was awarded the Central Penn Business Journal’s Nonprofit Innovation Award for Excellence in Leadership, and also received the Athena Award from the York County Chamber of Commerce. She has a special interest in women’s issues and international affairs. She is married and has 2 sons and 5 grandchildren.
Deb has lived in York County all of her life. She graduated from West York High School and went on to York College of Pennsylvania to earn a BS in Accounting. She continued her education at University of Baltimore, earning an MBA from the Merrick School of Business.
Over the years, Deb has been honored with various awards for her leadership, including Alumni of the Year at York College, one of the Top 50 Women in Business in Pennsylvania, and one of the Top 40 Business Leaders under Forty in Pennsylvania.
Deb started as a teller at Drovers Bank and was eventually promoted into senior management, with the title of Executive Vice President and CFO. She left the organization after 24 years, when the bank was purchased by another, and went on to work at Shipley Energy in the finance function and as president of the Tom’s Store chain for 2 years. She then returned to banking, working in various sized banks in the region and then consulting with small banks, primarily in Maryland.
During her 30 years in the banking industry, Deb served on many nonprofit boards and finance committees. Starting in 2013, she decided to give back to the community in a different way by becoming the CFO of Community Progress Council, York’s Community Action Agency. With a budget of $11.5 million funded almost entirely by government grants, CPC operates ten programs including Head Start, Pre-K Counts in the York City School District, WIC, York homebuyer programs, rental assistance programs, and others throughout York County. After 5 years with CPC, Deb has retired. She is now supporting York College’s Center for Community Engagement as the Opportunities Scholarship Internship Coordinator and Turning Point York as an assistant to the CEO in the office, primarily engaged in financial activities.
Deb’s passion in life is to make a difference in her community, her profession, and the lives of others. She loves the outdoors, particularly hiking, kayaking, and golfing. She is an avid reader.
Erin Hummel earned her Bachelor Of Art degree in English Literature from York College of Pennsylvania.
Upon graduating from college, Erin worked full-time at JC Penney for nine years. She worked in various roles including sales, customer service, merchandising, and stocking. She exceled in developing personal relationships with fellow associates and customers. Next, she enjoyed being a stay at home mom for 10 years. Erin returned to the work force as a substitute teacher, before taking an office manager position at Principle Real Estate Consultants.
Erin’s goal is to provide a warm and welcoming environment for Turning Point clients.
Amber Crawford-Wagman received a Bachelor of Social Work degree from LaSalle University and a Master of Social Work degree from The University of Pennsylvania. She is a licensed social worker in the state of Pennsylvania and has 10+ years working with trauma victims, with a certification in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT). Previously, Amber worked as a therapist at Women Organized Against Rape in Philadelphia, where the majority of her work focused on survivors of sexual abuse, ages 3 to 11. Amber has been with Turning Point for 4 years counseling adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. She currently serves on the Board of the York County Alliance Against Sexual Violence, as well as the Behavioral Health Workgroup, which is a subgroup of the Human Trafficking task force. She is a guest lecturer at Penn State Harrisburg in their Criminal Justice Program and an expert witness on Sexual Violence for the York County District Attorney’s Office. Amber is thrilled to once again have the opportunity to work with child victims of sexual abuse.
Kimberly Neeb has a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Messiah College. She is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor and National Certified Counselor. She has extensive experience working with both adults and adolescents struggling with substance use disorders. She is also experienced working with clients with a history of trauma, anxiety and depression. She is passionate about all forms of recovery and is committed to helping her clients find their own paths to recovery and wellness.
Amanda Harris received her Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Science with a concentration in Human Services from York College of Pennsylvania and her Master’s degree in Social Work from Widener University. Amanda has worked in both school and home settings with youth diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. She has outpatient experience counseling children, young adults, adults, and couples. She also has crisis intervention experience and is trauma certified through Widener University. Amanda uses Cognitive Behavior therapy, Play therapy, Motivational therapy, and Client-centered therapy to intervene from a strength-based perspective.
Kate Sechrist received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Theology from Mount St. Mary’s University and her Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Loyola University Maryland. She is a Pennsylvania Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Behavior Specialist and National Certified Counselor who has been working with trauma survivors for seven years. She has participated in specialized training to provide Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Critical Incident Response, and EMDR. Her previous experiences have involved working with children on the autism spectrum in home, school, and community. She has worked in the outpatient setting with children, adults, teens and families. She utilizes a variety of treatment modalities based on the needs of the client. Her goal is to offer a safe place to cultivate healing and growth.
Stacey Morgan earned a Bachelor Of Science degree from Bloomsburg University and two Master’s degrees, one in Reading from Suny Cortland and one in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Messiah College. She is a national certified counselor.
Stacey has experience working with clients who have a history of trauma, anxiety, and depression. She has 24 years of experience as a Special Education teacher and is passionate about guiding children toward emotional wellness.
Aynne M. Polinski earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in art education from Misericordia University, a Master of Arts degree in art education from Scranton University, and a Master of Arts degree in art therapy from Marywood University. She is a registered Art Therapist with the ATCB. She taught art in a public school district in the Pocono Mountains for many years, and, as well served as Chairperson of the Art Department. As a Mobile Therapist for Devereux Pocono she used art therapy to elicit safe feelings and emotions from children with special needs as well as their families. Her belief in the validity of art in therapeutic settings echoes a statement by Georgia O’Keeffe: “I found I could say things with color and shape that I couldn’t say another way – things I had no words for.” Aynne believes people’s fundamental thoughts and feelings reside in the unconscious and are expressed in images rather than words. She is a painter in the Impressionistic-Expressionistic Style who has shown her work at art galleries in and around Delaware Water Gap and Scranton, Pa. She finds art to be a true means of self-expression and self-discovery. She recently moved to the York area and is happy to be a part of Turning Point. She is married and the mother of a son, Liam.
Jane Riese received a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Elizabethtown College and a Master of Social Work degree from Temple University. She is a licensed social worker in the state of Pennsylvania and has been a yoga instructor since 2002. Jane holds a 300-hour certification in Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY-F) through the Justice Resource Institute in Boston, Massachusetts. She is one of 190 TCTSY certified facilitators in the world. Jane’s passion for both yoga and social work meld together in this unique form of yoga, a modality for healing within the context of trusting relationships. She is the former director of the Victim-Witness Program in the York County District Attorney’s office where she provided advocacy to survivors of violent crime. In her current role as Associate Director of Safe and Humane Schools at Clemson University, she advocates for children’s rights and protection by providing certification training in the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program. Jane has served as a member of the Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors.