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Joy Aull
MBHCP Training Specialist

Phone: 251-461-1708
Joy Aull serves as the Training Specialist for the MBHCP project. With over twenty years in law enforcement, Joy brings a distinctive focus to enhancing our communities’ trauma and disaster resilience through the development of the mental and behavioral health capacity of first responders, educators and community service providers. She has authored and managed numerous grants and funding proposals involving community education programs and emergency preparedness.

Cory Wornell
Assessment & Evaluation Coordinator

Phone: 251-461-1713
Cory Wornell, MS, MPH focused on social work and psychology during her undergraduate work which lead her to be a counselor with adolescents in a residential treatment center following graduation. Her three years as a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer centered on strengthening the leadership abilities of youth in Jamaica while teaching HIV education side-by-side with a group of teenagers and training new PC volunteers in cultural adaptation and integrating into the community. Due to the passions borne into her during this time, Cory decided to shift gears for graduate school and entered a dual master's degree program where she earned a Master's of Science in Applied Anthropology with a focus on Medical Cultural Anthropology and a Master's of Public Health with a concentration in Community Education. Cory did a program evaluation which targeted at-risk women in a community of Kisumsu, Kenya as her qualifying practicum. Cory is passionate about supporting people and has worked for or volunteered at numerous non-profit/governmental agencies

Alejandro Silva
Technology Consultant

Phone: 251-460-7863

Darla Stokes
Department Secretary

Phone: 251-461-1700