People with a Passion

Over 100 staff members play a role in helping to change our boys' lives. In addition to our Management Team listed below, our team is comprised of Masters Level Therapists and highly trained Direct Care Staff who are with the boys 24/7.

Meet our Staff

Sáhe Edwards



I have served over 20 years in the Human Services field. I am truly honored to be in a position to partner with such an AMAZING team.  As Executive Director/Clinical Director, I am responsible for ensuring treatment is implemented with integrity while working to stop the cycle of sexual of abuse. The Program and Clinical Departments work closely to provide consistent support for residents and staff. The more support and training provided to staff it increases the quality of care for residents. I believe in serving in life and in whatever capacity needed at Generations. “You can’t lead the people if you don’t love the people. You can’t save the people if you don’t serve the people.”-Cornel West

Chris Leach



As Facility Director, I have the distinct pleasure of working side by side with the Program Directors to ensure the staff and residents are working towards our common goal.  I joined Generations in 2007, and I knew after a few short months that I was in the right place.  I know we make differences in the lives of the adolescent at risk males as evident by the growing number of successful young men who leave our program.


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Sue Crossley



I am the Controller of Generations.  I oversee the financial side of the business.  This has been a learning experience for me.  This is my first non-profit position.  Previously, almost all my positions have been in the retail business.  I have been here for 2 years and I am enjoying working with all the staff here at Generations.  I love watching how the boys grow as they progress through the program and graduate.  It is so good to see the joy on their faces knowing they have succeeded.





Jessica Williams



I began working at Generations in 2014 as a Residential Counselor. I always had a passion for working with children and providing support for those in need. I instantly became very passionate about Generations’ mission and wanted to do more to help break the cycle of abuse. I have served in several roles here, including Human Service Professional, Staff Development Manager and Quality Improvement Manager. After a short time away from Generations, I felt called back to continue working towards our mission of no more victims. I am now the Compliance Manager, ensuring we are meeting state and federal standards, while providing residents with an exemplary level of care.


Sue Dove



I began working part-time at Generations in 2015. I hoped that Generations would be a good place for me to carry out my passion for helping others. I enjoyed working with the residents and helping Generations succeed in their mission to end the cycle of abuse. This led me to taking a full-time Mental Health Counselor position.  I have worked for Generations as a Mental Health Counselor, a Human Services Professional, the Staff Development Manager, and in 2019 I was promoted to Human Resources Manager. Although my position is different than when I first started with Generations, I love that I am still able to make a difference in the lives of others. I still participate as an aftercare counselor when the residents graduate the program and I enjoy being an advocate for Generations employees. I firmly believe that it takes a village and that we are all in this together.


Judy David



My name is Judy David. I have worked at Generations for 16 years. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Lander University. I have had several positions at Generations. I started out as a Residential Counselor on both group homes campuses. After six and a half years as a counselor, I was promoted to second shift supervisor on the Bridges Campus. In July of 2017 I became the Staff Development Coordinator. Recently, I was promoted to Staff Development Manager.  Currently, I guide employees through the orientation process. I also work with staff to help them continue to develop their skills as residential counselors. What I love about working at Generations is getting to see the changes in residents from the time they walk in the door to the time they successfully leave the program. I enjoy watching staff grow and change as they develop or improve their skills. I remember working with a resident who was learning to fold and put his clothes in his dresser drawers. We were almost finished, and he had done a great job. He asked me if he could skip folding his socks. I told him that was fine because he was a work in progress. From residents to staff, or kids to adults, we are all a work in progress. The hope is we continue to grow all our lives.

David Fields



David Fields serves as Program Manager for Generations. Through past experience David works to bring a combination of diligence, understanding, and resiliency to the program.

David began his career at Generations in 2014 and has had the opportunity to provide service as a mental health counselor, shift supervisor, and staff development coordinator. He is certified in Cornell Universities Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) and Children in Residential Environments (CARE) and provides staff detailed training in various areas such as trauma, development focus, and creating therapeutic milieus.

David works closely with Generations staff, residents, and volunteers to help secure a program that ensures our mission through providing residents with activities, a manageable schedule and routine, opportunities to learn and contribute, and a safe environment.

Cam Chatelain



As Operations Manager, I have the opportunity to engage with all our staff on a daily basis. I oversee payroll, payables and purchasing for Generations. I am a native of Greenville and attended Anderson College majoring in Business Administration. I have been with Generations for 8 years.

Cassaundra Gamble

THERAPIST, Trauma Focused - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


I began my journey at Generations as a Masters level therapist at Pathways and have since served in many tiers within the organization. I served as Clinical Director until July, 2022 and afterwards began work in private practice as a trauma informed therapist.  I am delighted to continue my work with Generations as a contracted therapist specifically assigned to assist residents with a history of trauma.  I began my journey as a mental health advocate after graduating from Winthrop University in 2013 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. My passion for mental health grew stronger as I obtained my Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Webster University in 2018. I am also a Licensed Professional Counselor. I look forward to working with our boys every day and take pride in watching them transform into productive members of society.