Regional Transitional Navigator


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Sam Wilkinson, MPA
Regional Transition Navigator
Office: 304-293-4692

Sam Wilkinson received a Master’s in Public Administration from West Virginia University. He has spent his professional life focused on identifying problems, planning solutions for them, and then executing those plans. He spent three years as a Teacher/Counselor and a Master Teacher/Counselor in a residential treatment facility. He spent twelve years as a project manager for the West Virginia University Research Corporation working on projects in Public Health, Nutrition/Obesity, and Computer Engineering. He has also experience with various aspects of sobriety/recovery.

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William (Bill) Bussey is a Kingwood, WV native. Bill attended Concord University and has worked as a social worker for 8 years.

Billy Bussey, RBA
Office: 304-293-4692


Delbert Pope
Regional Transition Administrator
Office: 304-288-3431

Delbert Pope, comes to the RTNS with more than 30 years of non-profit engagement. For the past 10 years, Del served as the Director of Training and Staff Development with CASA of the Eastern Panhandle, Martinsburg, WV.


Rebekah Gletner

Rebekah has over a decade of experience working with people in various social service settings. She spent five years in Colorado working in a special education program. After coming home, Rebekah has provided mental health crisis services to young adults transitioning toward independence. She aims to help them achieve independence and self-sufficiency, particularly in the areas of job and education readiness. She also helps to address any barriers they might face.


Kendal Stokes

Kendal Stokes graduated from West Virginia University Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, specializing in Child and Adolescent Development. She has professional experience working with youth and young adults in a variety of settings including schools, psychological facilities, and through youth suicide prevention work.

Vanity Wilson, BA
Regional Transition Navigator
Phone: (304) 288-9724

Vanity Wilson is native to Fayette County, WV, and earned a Bachelor’s in Psychology from WVU Tech. Vanity has been a social worker since 2018 and has experience working with teens and young adults in a mental healthcare setting.