Our Team Leaders

Team Leaders


Nicole Adams
Pelham Team Leader

Nicole has worked with Hope House since 2012 in many different capacities at several team locations which only deepened her passion for community involvement and advocating for others. She enjoys leading staff developments that engage team members and promote creativity. She is trained in Positive Behavioral Support and Mandt. In her downtime she enjoys making jewelry, thrifting, reading, and watching documentaries.


Brandi Michaels
Speedy Team Leader

Brandi received a Bachelor of Science degree with a concentration in Psychology from Virginia Wesleyan. She has been with Hope House since 2001, and also works in the Behavioral Health Services Department at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital. When not at work, she enjoys scrapbooking, movies, and hanging out with her sons.

Mallory Carr

Mallory Carr
Bison Team Leader

Mallory started at HHF in 2009 as a part time Support Staff. Here she developed a passion for helping people we support live the life they choose. Shortly after hire, she became a Service Coordinator and then most recently a Team Leader. Mallory studied fine arts at TCC and enjoys spending her free time with her family going to the beach. She often spends time enjoying the outdoors and gardening with her 2 girls.

Monica Hardin

Monica M. Hardin
Enfield Team Leader

Monica Joined Hope House in October 2016. She has over 10 years experience providing service and support for disabled adults. She has rounded out her experience in the areas of Direct Support, Job Coaching, Day Program Instruction, and Residential Community Management. Monica has a Masters in Human Resource Management and consults part-time with small businesses assisting them with functional HR Management and ongoing recruiting efforts. Monica has spent time as a hospice volunteer; she loves swimming, Indian cuisine, corny jokes, her little dog Onyx and playing card games with friends and family.


Sara Moore
Lake Village Team Leader

Sara has been working with Hope House Foundation since 2013. She has an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and is currently working on her Bachelor’s in Human Services. Sara worked her way up to her current position at the Lake Village team.  Sara started as a part-time Support Assistant before being promoted to Service Coordinator and Community Support Coordinator.   Sara is dedicated to the individuals supported and ensuring that person-centered services are provided. She feels strongly about ensuring people with disabilities live their best lives. When she is not working, Sara enjoys spending her time with her family and dogs, going to the beach, listening to music and shopping.  


Diana Harris
Marina Heights Team Leader

Diana has been working with Hope House since 2000. Previously, she had worked in the cable and insurance service industries, and also had a long stint in hotel sales management. She began part-time, providing drop-in services for a gentleman who lived a few minutes away from what was then our Talbot team. Hope House is a big part of her life, but she also enjoys spending time with her husband, their two daughters and their son, and their two grandchildren.

April Holloman

April Holloman
Seaside Team Leader

April has been working with Hope House Foundation since 2008. She comes to HHF with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from Old Dominion University. April worked her way up to her current position, dedicating all her years of service to the Redgate team. She started as an overnight Support Staff before being promoted to Support Assistant, Service Coordinator and now Team Coordinator. April is passionate about ensuring that truly person-centered services are provided to individuals supported. She feels strongly about supporting people with disabilities in knowing and exercising their rights to make their own choices. When she is not working, April enjoys spending her time with her husband, daughter and their cat, reading books, and perusing the Internet for deals on everything imaginable.


Terri Anne Versprille
Reddington Team Leader

Terri Ann has been working with Hope House Foundation since 1986.   She comes to HHF with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Political Science and a minor in Spanish as a graduate from Virginia Tech.  Terri Ann worked her way up to her current position.  Terri Ann initially interfaced with Hope House as a volunteer spending time with the individuals supported. She immediately fell in love with the people and the agency’s mission.  Terri Ann has worked as a part-time direct support professional, support assistant, service coordinator, and coordinator at the teams.  Upon promotion to the service director role, and later hiring manager, Terri Ann worked for 8 years in the administrative office.  While in the administrative office, Terri Ann missed being a part of day to day services.  In 2012 she transferred into a team leader position with the Reddington team.  Terri Ann’s extensive work history with Hope House Foundation has shaped a strong commitment to the core values of the agency and to the practice of participatory management.  When she is not working, Terri Ann enjoys spending her time with her husband, teenage daughter and their two dogs and two cats, reading books, playing tennis, and gardening.  


Debbie Knowles
Hope House Ten Team Leader

Debbie began working for Hope House in 1996. She is a certified Mandt instructor, and in her spare time, she enjoys travel, gardening, and crocheting. She has three daughters and four granddaughters, all of whom have built their own relationships with the people she's supported over the years.

Gina Magri

Gina Magri
Princess Anne Team Leader

Gina started working with Hope House in 2009. She began her career with HHF as a Community Support Coordinator and Service Coordinator before stepping into the position of Team Coordinator. In 2013, she obtained her Master’s degree in Community & Clinical Psychology. During her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, listening to music, and reading. 


Lynda Perry
Dominion Team Leader

Lynda has been working with Hope House Foundation since 2018. She comes to HHF with a Bachelor's degree from Shepherd University where she studied Sociology, Psychology and Criminal Justice. Lynda has worked in the Human Resources field for over 16 years with people of all ages. Some of her experience includes: Sexual Assault Victim Advocate, Domestic Violence Service Coordinator, Children's Care Coordinator, Child Welfare Case Manager, and Military Family Support Coordinator. She's passionate about HHF's mission and dedicated to the individuals supported. Lynda strives to ensure that those supported are living their best life based on their goals and aspirations. When she's not working, she enjoys playing tennis, taking bike rides, going to the beach, and hanging out with friends and family. Most of all, she loves spending time with her beloved dog, Tia.

Sebren Reed III

Sebren Reed III
Pine Manor Team Leader

Sebren earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Music Education in 2007 from Norfolk State University. He comes to Hope House with nearly a decade of experience in mental health services and team management. He is passionate about staff development and quality services. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with wife and daughter and working with the Norfolk State Music Department and marching bands throughout Virginia.


Kimberly Rose
Beachcomber Team Leader

Kimberly Rose started working for Hope House Foundation in 2006 as a Community Services Coordinator. She worked in that postion for 8 and a half years until taking her Team Leader position. She has experience in the human service field, including case management at a shelter for women with children who needed one on one care after multiple foster care placements. Kimberly is originally from Connecticut and loves the beach, but she does miss the cold and the snow occasionally. In her spare time she likes attending baseball games, going to the beach, getting a cup of coffee, and attending local events.


Taryn Subeh
Lakewood Team Leader

Taryn joined Hope House in 2004. She had previously worked with children with autism, and her experience there made her want to become more involved with people with disabilities and creating a more diverse community for all. She particularly enjoys seeing the people she supports live a life of their own choosing.


Josh White
Granby Team Leader

Josh began working part time for Hope House Foundation in 2006 while working on his Bachelor of Science degree in communications with a minor in management at Old Dominion University. Helping others has always been a core value of Josh's and is the driving force in his life. In his spare time, he enjoys boating, 4-wheeling, and spending time with his friends.