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Huntington, WV 25701

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1505 Carter Ave, Suite 201

Ashland, KY 41101

Tel: 304-522-2191

Tel: 606-329-8799

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Danielle Goodman

Public Relations Coordinator

Danielle began working at BBBS in September 2018. In 2013 she graduated from Marshall University W. Page Pitt School of Journalism with a Bachelor’s in Advertising. Since graduating she has worked for different companies in both the Huntington and Charleston areas. She helps with contacting news organizations, fundraising, newsletters, social media, website design management, and other various tasks. 

She is currently attending Mountwest Community and Technical College and is expected to graduate in Spring 2019 with an Associates of Applied Science in Web Design and Development. Though she loves her cat, Ignite she one day hopes to own a dog. When Danielle is not at work or school, you can find her curled up with a good book, geeking out over Doctor Who or the new superhero movie that is out, and hanging out with friends and family.

Meet the Staff

School-Based Match Support Specialist

Lee McCloud has been with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Tri-State since 1998 and has worked as a community-based match support specialist and school-based match support specialist and is currently the program manager and runs the Ashland office.  

Lee has an undergraduate degree from Emory & Henry College in Emory, Virginia and has her master’s degree from Morehead State University.  

Lee is the mom of two boys, one of whom is serving in the Marines and one who is 5 years old, getting ready to embark on Kindergarten in the fall and keeps her on her toes!  She is also a proud pet parent of two dogs and two cats.  Lee is active at First Presbyterian Church in Ashland and loves to work in her yard, crochet and travel.

Courtney Sowards

Patti Price

Sarah Brewster

Community-Based Match Support Specialist

Lee McCloud

Courtney joined BBBS in October of 2017 to pursue her passion for supporting children in the Tri-State community. Her job is to interview potential volunteers and children for our program. She then matches each child to a volunteer and continues to monitor and support the match relationship. Her profession also includes some event planning and community outreach. 

Courtney graduated from Marshall University in December 2015 with a Bachelor of Social Work Degree. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with her husband, Tanner, and two fur babies, Grizzly and Grace. She's very interested in remodeling projects, education and anything on HGTV. At the end of the day, her favorite thing to do is watch our kiddos having fun and growing in their relationships their mentors!

Executive Director
Program Manager

Patti is celebrating her 40th year at BBBS in 2018 (38th as executive director). What started out as a job search after college ended up as a career in BBBS services, which she considers a great privilege. Patti holds both a BA and MA in counseling from Marshall University. She has served as a Big Sister, which was a wonderful experience and helped deepen her passion for the mission of our agency. As executive director, she serves as the chief administrating officer. Patti is an active member of the Rotary Clob of Barboursville and currently serves on the board and as chair of the Publicity Committee. She is married to Randy Price, and they have two grown childrenn, Evan and Elizabeth (Liz). The also have two precious rescues, Mazy and Zoey. 

Sarah has been with the agency since September 2016. When she graduated from Marshall University in 2014 with a bachelor's degree in social work, her desire was to find a job where she could help others, and her dreams came true when she was hired on by BBBS. 

Sarah has always resided in the Huntington area. She met her husband and the love of her life, Jonathan Brewster, through a local church and Marshall University. They have one adorable puppy that they are slightly obsessed with named Theodore. Sarah is a proud aunt of three precious kids that she enjoys visiting in Columbus, OH. You might find her exploring an antique store or singing loudly to music in her car. But the one thing she enjoys the most is spending quality time with her loved ones. Relationships are so important to her, and she hopes to provide positive, life-changing relationships for others.