Rachel Evans, Executive Director
Rachel has been with No Limits since before our doors opened. She was hired as the day program’s founding Program Coordinator in November 2000. In December 2010, Rachel led the team that incorporated No Limits Eastern Shore as a nonprofit organization in its own right, and in September 2012 she became our Executive Director. Rachel is a graduate of the State University of New York/Empire State College and a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS). She has also completed the Person Centered Counseling Training Program for the No Wrong Door System.
Maryann Brittingham, Operations Coordinator
Maryann began working at No Limits in January 2010. Her late husband, Richard Lutz, had been a program participant and so she has firsthand experience as a caregiver to a survivor of brain injury. Prior to her employment at No Limits Maryann worked as an Office Manager and a Human Resources Manager for area businesses. She is an active member and treasurer of Northampton Fire and Rescue with an active certification in CPR as well as Emergency Management.
Emma Fillebrown, Program Coordinator
Emma joined NLES in January 2014. She is a Northern Virginia native and holds an AAS in Veterinary Technology. Emma is employed full-time and has program management responsibilities. Her job duties also focus on developing and expanding the outreach functions of No Limits Eastern Shore. Emma is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS). She has also completed the Person Centered Counseling Training Program for the No Wrong Door System.
Adrian was hired in October 2014 as our Health and Safety Coordinator. Prior to his employment he had a long career as Postmaster for the United States Postal Service in Birdsnest, VA. Adrian is a graduate of Northampton High School.
Kyle began working at No Limits in July 2015. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from East Carolina University, where he was a member of the Honors program. Kyle is a graduate of Broadwater Academy and has a history of volunteering with the Special Olympics program. Kyle is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS).