Angie is the Co-Founder and Business Manager of Cornerstone Christian Counseling. She also happens to be married to Sean, Cornerstone’s Founder and Director, and they’ve been running the business together since they first opened their doors in 2009.
Angie wears many hats at Cornerstone. From answering the phones to responding to emails to making connections with folks in the community, her days are never dull! If you have any interest in setting up a speaking or teaching engagement with one of our counselors (or hey, the whole team!) at your church, school, or organization, please ask for Angie and she’ll be thrilled to help get the ball rolling!
Sarah was an Elementary teacher for 5 years before joining Cornerstone. She has a passion for mental health, childlike joy, and connecting with people and loving them well. Which is why she loves working with the awesome team at Cornerstone!
In her spare time she loves to read, write, and find the adventures in everyday life: singing, learning, swing dancing, making memories, and traveling the world.
Before becoming a mom, Melissa worked for many years as a hospice nurse. For the past 9 years, she has enjoyed being home with her two boys and homeschooling them. Whether it be her family, co-workers, or clients she finds great joy in serving others with compassion and,
hopefully, making a difference in this world!
Her favorite place to be in on the porch with her husband, her dogs, and a good cup of coffee.
When is Megan most excited? When she is talking about food, dogs, and people. Before Cornerstone, Megan worked as a CNA for 6 years where she was able to care for all ages, from 1 to 103. Megan recently completed her degree in baking and pastry, so she loves creating in her spare time. The team at Cornerstone inspires and challenges Megan to help and love others right where they are at. She also LOVES to make others laugh!
When she isn’t cooking or baking, Megan enjoys traveling and exploring new cities with her husband, serving in Kids Rock Ministry and petting any dog she sees–including her own three.