Mecca Andrews-Hill |Â Drug Free Communities Coordinator
Mecca Andrews-Hill is the Drug Free Communities Coordinator for Intersect has been with the organizationÂ for three years, with a total of 15 years of prevention experience. She works with the Drug Free Communities grant which allows Intersect toÂ build relationships and implement programs within and throughout the county to assist us in the education of the harmful effects of Tobacco, Prescription Drugs, Underage drinking and marijuana on/in the community.Â Her current initiatives are marijuana, photo voice and Parents Who Host. Mecca alsoÂ co-facilitates education and the program implementation process of Tobacco, Prescription drugs and underage drinking.
Wendy Cook | Project Coordinator of The State Implementation Grant
Wendy Cook is the Project Coordinator of The State Implementation Grant. She works on initiatives to help reduce Underage Drinking in Madison County. Wendy oversees The Strengthening Families Program of Madison County, provides businesses with The Team Awareness workshops. Wendy also assists with âThe Parents Who Host, Lose The Mostâ media campaign, along with co-worker, Mecca Hill.
Tammy Doty-Davis | Data Analyst
Tammy Doty-Davis has both a background in health and city government. She has a B.S. in Biology & Chemistry from Indiana University and a Master of Landscape Architecture from Ball State University. Sheâs an experienced community planner and project coordinator having completed multiple major public projects during her tenure with the City of Anderson. She now brings this experience to Intersect as a Data Analyst.
Karesa Knight-Wilkerson | Executive Director and Tobacco Control Coordinator
Karesa Knight-Wilkerson graduated in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Care Communication from The University of Kentucky. She acquired her Certified Prevention Professional certification in 2007 from Indiana and has attended and presented at numerous tobacco control and other prevention conferences over her career.Â She is currently the Executive Director and the Tobacco Control Coordinator for Intersect, Inc. in Madison County Indiana and has served in this role since April 2002. Before that she worked in tobacco and drug prevention with youth in Kentucky as well as worked for the American Cancer Society. She has been working in tobacco control since 1995.Â She currently resides in Lapel, IN with her husband Rodney and her 2 children Allye and RyKar.
Vera Mangrum | Rx Drug Abuse Prevention Coordinator for Madison County
Vera Mangrum is seasoned advocate for drug abuse prevention. For more than 15 years, she has helped support, design and provide evidence-based programs and strategies to combat the destructive force of alcohol, tobacco and drug abuse. Vera currently serves as the Coordinator of Rx Drug Abuse Prevention for Madison County. In this role she oversees the Project Hope Mentoring/Leadership Program and âWhatâs Your Side Effect?â media campaign.
Makenzie Simmons | Administrative Assistant
Makenzie Simmons is the Administrative Assistant for Intersect. She recently graduated from Harrison College. Makenzie is continuing her education to obtain her Bachelorâs degree in Criminal Justice.