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Angela Camp, M.S.
Bradford Health Services
Angela Camp holds a Masters in Counseling from the University of Alabama-Birmingham. She has worked in the mental health and addictions field for 25 years, 13 of which have been with Bradford Health Services. Currently, Angela is the National Coordinator of Adolescent and Emerging Adult Marketing; she oversees a broad range of community liaison and quality improvement efforts for Bradford’s adolescent and emerging adult programs and associated family services both regionally and on a national level. She presents to adolescent and emerging adult professionals and parents across the country on various topics including drug trends, treatment, legalization, bullying, and parenting.
Suicidal and Self-Destructive Behavior in Teenage Girls
Dale Wisely, Ph.D.
Child & Adolescent Psychologist
Dale Wisely Ph.D. is Director of Family Life at Prince of Peace Catholic Church & School in Hoover. Prior to joining Prince of Peace, he was Director of Student Services and Community Education at Mountain Brook. Schools, where he continues to serve as a consultant. He has been a child and adolescent clinical psychologist for 35 years. Dr. Wisely earned his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in clinical psychology from the University of Memphis. He served his clinical internship in psychology at West Virginia University School of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Medicine in Charleston, West Virginia. He also holds a Master’s in Theological Studies from Spring Hill College. He was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Alabama and, for 14 years, the senior psychologist at Children’s Hospital’s Vaughan Clinic. Dr. Wisely has taught and held adjunct faculty appointments at the University of Alabama, the University of Alabama-Birmingham, and Spring Hill College. He is a past President of the Alabama Psychological Association. He has twice won the Alabama Psychological Association’s Distinguished Service to Professional Psychology award. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Crisis Center, the Jefferson County Children’s Policy Cooperative, Alabama Children First, All In Mountain Brook, and the Alabama Child Death Review System. Dr. Wisely was named to the “Top 50 Over 50” by Positive Maturity in 2018.
Conversations about Sexual Assault
Rhiannon Reese, L.P.C. serves as the Clinical Director of Crisis Programs and Rape Response Program Coordinator ofthe Crisis Center, Inc. which provides suicide and crisis intervention and prevention, sexual assault support services and prevention education, mental health day treatment programs, and recovery resources in Central Alabama. She received her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health from University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2010 and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Her desire to work directly with survivors of sexual violence on a professional level emerged when she served as a volunteer with the Crisis Center in 2005. Rhiannon currently serves on the Junior Board of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama and teaches a course at UAB. When she’s not at the Crisis Center, she enjoys spending time with her family, crafting, and cooking.
Sherri Jackson, Emcee
Anchor/Managing Editor, CBS 42 News
Two-time EMMY Award winning News Anchor Sherri Jackson is a veteran journalist who has spent two decades telling the stories of the people of Central Alabama at CBS 42 News. She’s done exemplary work as a journalist reporting on children and social media so families can be smart about smart devices, informing parents about sexual predators, fighting the war on cancer with information, and shining a spotlight on long overdue honors for those who’ve given their all to make our community what it is today. Named “Best News Anchor” in Alabama five times by the Alabama Broadcasters Association, Sherri continues to excel as a journalist and as weekday Anchor for CBS 42 News at 5, 6 & 10 o’clock.
Family drives Sherri’s passion to give back to the community. That’s why much of Sherri’s community involvement centers on supporting agencies that support families. She has served on several boards with non-profit organizations that serve women and children. Those include The Foundry Ministries, UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center, Lawson State Community College Foundation, Children’s Aid Society, Childcare Resources, and Red Cross Blood Services.
Margot Shaw, Closing Remarks
Founder/ Editor-in-Chief, FLOWER Magazine
A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Margot Shaw studied Art History at Hollins College in Virginia and Interior Design at the University of Texas. Once a self-confessed “call and order flowers girl”, Shaw reached a watershed moment when planning her daughter’s home wedding. Working alongside the floral and event designer, she recognized the artistry and inspiration involved in “flowering” and soon began apprenticing with the same designer.
A few years in, unable to locate a publication that spoke to her passion, she set about creating one. Flower is a floral lifestyle magazine that inspires, entertains, and educates readers with a point of view that stems from seeing life through a botanical lens.
Margot is a passionate advocate for girls and women and is offering our closing message.