Director of Operations
During most of my adult life, I have been working with adults with I/DD. I started fresh out of high school providing direct care services for a local provider agency, I earned my college degree from Marshall University and have had many different administrative roles within different organizations in the state of West Virginia.
I have been serving Starlight Behavioral Health since 2008 and have been the Director of Operations beginning the summer of 2018. I'm very passionate about the quality of life experienced by our participants and being a part of increasing the employment opportunities in our community. I’m also a big believer in the Golden Rule and think if we follow that, everything else seems to work itself out.
My work interests include: Adult I/DD with forensic and/or legal issues including sexual offenses, staff training, crisis intervention, Positive Behavior Support, and Applied Behavioral Analysis. When I’m not at work you can bet I’m at a gym or the soccer field with one of my two children.
Director of Nursing Services
Jackie Tanner has been the Director of Residential Nursing Services at Starlight Behavioral Health since 2012. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Mountain State University in Beckley, WV. Before becoming a Registered Nurse, Jackie graduated from Collins Career Center in Proctorville, OH with her Licensed Practical Nurse degree. Throughout her career, she's worked at Mildred Mitchell Bateman Hospital, University Pediatrics, and Prestera of Huntington in the substance abuse unit. Once she obtained her BSN, Jackie worked at Charleston Area Medical Center on the Medical Surgical/Renal unit. Jackie Volunteers at the American Legion POST 177 in Barboursville and has served on their Auxiliary board as Treasurer. She is currently Secretary/ Treasurer for the American Legion Riders at POST 177 doing various fund raising and giving back to veterans in the area.
Clinical Quality Supervisor of Behavior Support Services
Trevor Hubbard currently works at Starlight Behavioral Health as the Clinical Supervisor of the QIDP department. Trevor was originally with Starlight from 2007-2012, and rejoined the company in February 2020. Trevor has been working in the ID/DD field since 2000. During that time, he has worked with both children and adults in the areas of adaptive daily living, functional academics, and behavior modification. Trevor's primary interest is in working with individuals on the Autism Spectrum. Trevor has always had a desire to better the quality of life individuals diagnosed with ID/DD receive. He enjoys baseball, reading, and spending as much time with his family as possible.
West Virginia Regional Director/State Director of Development
Amy Ingles has worked in behavioral health since 1998 in various capacities including Case Management, QMRP, and Clinical Director with various agencies. In March 2006, Amy and her husband, Jack, opened Starlight Behavioral Health Services. She is passionate about consumer rights and living a meaningful life. She enjoys reading mystery novels, traveling, and spending time with her husband, four children, five grandchildren and dogs Henry, Louis and Lafayette.