Management & Operations
Without skilled, professional managers, Rock Recovery couldn’t exist. Members of our Management & Operations Team work together on everything from updating our website to training volunteers.
Aimee Goodwin – Copy Editor
Aimee Goodwin assists with marketing and communications through editing copy for Rock Recovery. She enjoys staying in shape, eating guacamole, participating in church activities, baking and keeping up on pop culture. Aimee has seen God work miracles in the lives of people affected by eating disorders and wants to do her part to help those who are struggling.
Ian Robinson – Bookkeeper
Cecilia Liu – Bookkeeper
I am Cecilia, a graduate accounting student from GWU. I come from China where non-profit organization is not common. I’d like to join Rock Recovery, partly because I want to apply accounting skills in real practices. The more important reason is that I was touched by the mission that Rock Recovery works for, the enthusiasm that other staff have on non-profit causes and the story of Cary. In my spare time, I like dancing, listening to music and reading.
Angela Edwards – Database Administrator
Angela Edwards has been with Rock Recovery since September 2011 and assists with management of the organization’s donor database and coordination with the finance department. Her work behind the scenes helps the Rock Recovery further their mission and grow the organization. In addition, she has helped with our ongoing Community Needs Survey and our Program Evaluation process.
Angela has a background in social research and is particularly interested in workforce issues and labor markets. In her free time she trains and races in triathlons and hangs out with her husband, dog, and cat.
Jackie Quinlan – Development Coordinator
Jackie Quinlan joined the Rock Recovery team in the fall of 2012 as Development Coordinator. Jackie is a DC-area native and received her undergraduate business degree from Cornell University. With experience in the hospitality industry, sales, human resources, and data analysis, Jackie is thrilled to have the opportunity to help support Rock Recovery’s mission. An active member of the Arlington fitness community, Jackie is passionate about balanced healthy eating and wellness. Outside of volunteering with Rock Recovery, Jackie works full-time as a Product Analyst for a research and advisory firm. In her spare time she enjoys distance running, cooking, watching professional sports and reality TV.
Arthi Ragu – Events and Marketing
Liz Elko – Marketing / Events
Liz represents Rock Recovery at local events, and has also played an active role in starting a New ID Group for the organization. Liz volunteers for Rock Recovery because she wants to help others in their fight against eating disorders, just as she has overcome similar personal challenges. She lives in the D.C. metro area and works as a program assistant for both the Healthy Lifestyles and Community & Workplace Wellness programs at Inova Health System. Liz enjoys long-distance running, the great outdoors, international travel, Bible studies and event planning. She will soon start classes at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition to earn her certification as a health and wellness coach.
Caroline Ebrill – Executive Assistant
Signy Roberts – Graphic Design
When Signy first heard about Rock Recovery, she instinctively wanted to help—to give support where she would have wanted it herself years ago and to instill hope that life can be amazingly free from food addiction. She is volunteering to assist Rock Recovery in the area of her professional expertise: graphics and branding. Signy developed the Rock Recovery logo and slogan, “Bridge to life.” She owns and operates a graphic design marketing firm—Significant Communication—based in Ashburn, Virginia. Her interests include art, typography, photography, cycling, skiing and aerobic dancing. As a Kukuwa Dance Workout instructor, she is particularly passionate about African dancing and living an active, healthy lifestyle with her husband and two children—who are all very into cycling. Her particular interest is mothering through recovery: preventing children from falling into body image distortion traps and allowing them to intuitively connect with their appetites and body needs.
Tamika Hayes – Human Resources Specialist
Tamika Hayes serves as Rock Recovery’s Human Resources Specialist. Tamika has been in the Metro DC area for three years after relocating from Atlanta. Tamika received her undergraduate degree in Accounting from Southern University A&M College and her Master’s in Human Resources Management from Keller Graduate School of Management. Tamika is very excited to donate her time and support Rock Recovery’s mission. Tamika welcomes the opportunity to share her current Human Resources experience and expand her knowledge. Outside of volunteering with Rock Recovery, Tamika is a full-time Talent Specialist/HR Coordinator. In her spare time she enjoys reading, working out, baking, wine tastings and spending time with family friends.
Margot Rittenhouse – Intern
Margot Rittenhouse is a senior undergraduate student at American University in Washington, DC and is originally from Hagerstown, MD. She is majoring in psychology with a minor in health promotion. At her university she has participated actively in Eating Disorder awareness and advocacy events and became a mentor at Rock Recovery in order to have a more tangible role in assisting others with eating disorders. In her spare time she enjoys doing pilates, yoga, or being adventurous and trying out new ways to work out. She also enjoys being actively involved in her sorority, Delta Gamma, and the church she attends in McLean, VA.
Kaitlyn Wozniak – Intern
Kaitlyn Wozniak is Rock Recovery’s Marketing and Community Outreach Intern and Mentor. After fully recovering from her four-year battle with an eating disorder, she decided to commit her life to eating disorder awareness activism. She currently works as a mentor, eating disorder educator and mental health lobbyist, NEDA Walk coordinator, Body Image Awareness Week coordinator and Body Image Peer Leader at American University. She’s majoring in Psychology and graduating from AU in May and hopes to pursue a career as a clinical therapist. In her free time she loves being active in indoor cycling and hot yoga, baking and crafting with her housemates.
Stefanie Winston – Legal Assistant
Tracy Kyckelhahn – Research Assistant
Evelyn Meier – Research Assistant
Rupa Raote – Research Assistant
Amanda Kean – Research / Social Media
Amanda Kean started in the Rock Recovery recovery program, work on her eating disorder recovery. While working towards her own recovery, she discovered a passion for wanting to help others that had similar struggles. Amanda took an active approach in researching and developing Rock Recovery’s national survey that is used in fundraising, grant proposals, and educational presentation. She currently leads Rock Recovery’s social media and uses this a platform to educate others on news in the eating disorder community.
When she’s not working or volunteering, Amanda enjoys reading, kickboxing, boxing, shopping, watching movies and traveling.
Linda Brown – Webmaster
Linda was drawn to Rock Recovery by her passion for health and wellness; desire to contribute her technical skills; and personal experience as an adolescent with eating disorders. Her background is in website management/maintenance, and she currently works full time as a quality analyst for a software company. She is also a fitness enthusiast and enjoys running, strength training, spin cycling, and aerobics. Her free time is made up of seven F’s: faith, family, friends, fitness, fun, fishing, and football (Baltimore Ravens fan). She and her husband, Ellery, reside in the D.C. metro area.