Michele Wyman, R.N., M.S.N.
President & CEO
Ms. Wyman has over 30 years experience in the behavioral health field in both clinical and administrative settings. She received her B.S.N. from Georgetown University and her M.S.N. from Catholic University of America. Ms. Wyman first joined Good Shepherd Services in 2001 as the Director of Performance Improvement, and soon after became the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. As EVP & COO, she directed, administered and coordinated the activities of Clinical Services, Educational Services, Residential Services, Professional Development and Training and Performance Improvement. Ms. Wyman accepted the role of President & CEO for Good Shepherd Services on December 1, 2014.
Chief Clinical Operations Officer
Ms. Lindley has more than 25 years experience in the field of mental health, working with both children and adults. She came to GSS as the Director of Performance Improvement in 2010, and assumed the role of Chief Clinical Operations Officer in August 2015. Previous to coming to GSS, she was the Program Director for Arrow Child and Family Ministries Crossroads Community and the Program Director for MENTOR Maryland supervising treatment foster care, independent living and a residential services program for developmentally disabled adults and children. Ms. Lindley obtained her BS in Sociology from Towson University and her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Maryland. As Chief Clinical Operations Officer, Ms Lindley is responsible for the oversight and coordination of clinical, medical, dietary, nursing and educational needs of Good Shepherd Services.
Director of Facilities
Mr. Beeker has over 20 years of experience in Health Care, Behavioral and Mental Health Care. He has been the Director of Facilities in hospital settings, behavioral/mental health settings and school settings. Mr. Beeker has also been a Master Electrician in the State of Maryland for the past 24 years. He also taught for 11 years at the Harford County Electrical Apprenticeship Program at Harford Community College.
Director of Development
Ms. Ellis began her career at the Good Shepherd Services in July 2012. Prior to joining GSS, she worked for The Salvation Army Maryland & West Virginia Division as the Regional Resource Development Director for 5 years. Ms. Ellis was born and raised in Romania and came to the U.S. in 2002 as an exchange student. She holds an undergraduate degree in Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Charleston, WV. As Director of Development, Ms. Ellis leads all development activities at GSS.
Lauren Greenwald, LCSW-C
Executive Director of Clinical Services
Ms. Greenwald has over 20 years of clinical and administrative experience working with youth and youth serving programs in Maryland. She received her BA in Psychology and BSW in Social Work from McDaniel College and her MSW from University of Maryland School of Social Work. As the Executive Director of Clinical Services, Ms. Greenwald provides leadership to the clinical and residential programs at GSS.
Louis John Hay, CPA, CMA, CFM, CGMA
Director of Finance
Mr. Hay joined the Good Shepherd Services staff in 2010 as a Finance consultant. He was hired later that year as Controller. He was promoted to Director of Finance in 2015. He is responsible for the Finance staff, Finance operations and Financial Reporting for GSS. He brings 30+ years of Financial Management experience in Public Accounting, Retail, Manufacturing, Distribution, and Non-Profit settings. He received his BBS from Kent State University after an Honorable Discharge from the United States Army with 3 years of Service.
Teresa M. Jones, M.S.W.
Family Advocacy Services Director
Previous to becoming Director of Family Advocacy Services, Ms. Jones worked in Residential Services at Good Shepherd Services for 36 years, starting as a Residential Aide in 1976, moving to Coordinator of several units, then promoted to Assistant Director of Residential Services supervising 3 units, and finally, in November 1996, promoted to Residential Services Director. As Family Advocacy Services Director, Ms. Jones organizes and facilitates meetings, trainings and activities that support families as their student progresses through treatment, as well as facilitates communication between GSS staff and families.
Sr. Mary Carol McClenon, M.A.
Mission Integration Coordinator
Sr. Carol has been a Sister of the Good Shepherd for over thirty years, has a Master’s Degree in Pastoral Ministry from Trinity University in Washington, D.C. and has worked in various roles in Good Shepherd programs across the country and in the Pacific Islands. She describes the role of Mission Integration Coordinator at Good Shepherd Services as being “a cheerleader for spirituality” and the symbolic link between the heritage and values of the Sisters and the dedicated staff providing sophisticated treatment services to our contemporary clients.
Kristen Rose, LCSW-C
Director of Professional Development
Ms. Rose has worked in several different residential programs over the last 18 years including a group home, a therapeutic group home and a residential treatment center. She has worked in positions both as a clinician and an administrator (therapist, Clinical Care Manager, Director of Admissions, QI Supervisor, and Clinical Director). Ms. Rose has a B.A. with a double major in Social Work and Psychology from University of Maryland Baltimore County and an MSW from University of Maryland School of Social Work.
Terri Schindler, LCSW-C
Ms. Schindler has been at Good Shepherd Services since 1997. She began her work at Good Shepherd as a therapist in the Day School program and began working in the Admissions department in 2004. Ms. Schindler has over 25 years of experience in the mental health field. Prior to Good Shepherd, she worked in various outpatient mental health settings, with a focus on providing care to children, adolescents and their families.
Director of Clinical Services
Ms. Vincent is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who has over 32 years of experience in the fields of Adolescent Behavioral Health and Sexual Abuse/Assault treatment. Most recently, she served as Clinical Director for a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Treatment Facility. Ms. Vincent received her BA from the College of William and Mary and her MA from Goucher College.