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 “The Parents Who Host, Lose The Most” 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. She’s 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. 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. She currently resides in Lapel, IN with her husband Rodney and her 2 children Allye and RyKar.
Stephanie Colvin | Administrative Assistant
Stephanie graduated from Harrison College in 2002 and has been doing administrative work ever since. Stephanie also graduated from Highland High School and has lived in Anderson since she was 10 years old. She still resides in Anderson with her husband and three children.
Tiffany Warfel | Project Coordinator for the Partners for Success Drug Prevention Grant and Emergency Department RN
Tiffany facilitates drug prevention programs in the Madison County schools, assists with the Partner Café, and works with community members to properly dispose of their unused or expired medications. She currently resides in Pendleton with her husband and four daughters.
Shelly Ross | Project Coordinator of DMHA Prevention Block Grant
Shelly graduated from Ball State University in 1990 with her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology. She works on initiatives to help reduce drug and alcohol use in Madison County. She specifically works in Northern Madison County. She promotes the Northern Madison County Prevention Coalition along with coordinating the SADD groups at Elwood, Alexandria and Frankton schools. Shelly oversees the Strengthening Families Program in Madison County and provides businesses with Stress Management trainings. She also promotes our media campaign Parents Who Host Lose the Most.