Greg Peters, LCSW
PRESIDENT and CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
He received a bachelor’s degree from Bridgewater College and a master’s degree in social work from Virginia Commonwealth University. Greg has continued learning through courses at the University of North Carolina, Harvard University and the College of William and Mary. He is a 2000 graduate of Leadership Metro Richmond.
As a child advocate and community leader, he has served as president of two of the major child care associations in Virginia. Greg was appointed by Governor Mark Warner to serve on the state executive council for the Comprehensive Services Act for At-Risk Youth. He is active on a local, state and national level in developing and implementing creative partnerships to address gaps in the human service system.
Nancy Toscano, PhD
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
VICE PRESIDENT, HUMAN RESOURCES
Laurie has a bachelor of science and master’s degree in education from Bowling Green State University in Ohio. She has a post-masters certificate in advanced professional counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University and is a licensed professional counselor in Virginia. She is a board certified professional counselor and holds a professional human resources certification through Society of Human Resources Management.
CHIEF DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
CHIEF FINANCIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
VICE PRESIDENT OF EDUCATION, CHARTERHOUSE SCHOOLS
Since 2001, Wade has held increasingly responsible positions in private day and residential school leadership and operations in various nonprofit organizations. Wade has a passion for giving students with special needs opportunities for vocational training and other life skills that will help them become productive and contributing members of their communities. Wade is enrolled in VCU’s post-graduate certificate program for professional counseling and is pursuing his credentials as a licensed professional counselor.
Adalay Wilson, LCSW
VICE PRESIDENT OF COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES
Adalay holds a Bachelor of Social Work from Virginia State University, a Master of Social Work from Norfolk State University, and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Adalay previously served as the President of the Virginia Association of Licensed Child Placing Agencies and currently serves as a member of the Chesterfield Community Policy and Management Team, Child Welfare Advisory Committee and the Three Branch Appropriate Foster Care Placement and Prevention Services workgroups.