Meet Our Team
Sharina Jones, Chief Executive Officer
Sharina Jones was only five years old when she was the victim of a shooting which left her unable to walk. This tragedy helped to define her purpose in life; to inspire others to reach their greatest potential. Sharina has been able to accomplish an impressive list of achievements throughout her life. After graduating high school she continued her education and attended Mott Community College, earning an Associate’s degree; the first in her family to attend college. She continued her education and earned a Bachelor of Science degree at Oakland University, and an MBA from Wayne State University in 2008.
In addition to her academic success, Sharina was crowned Ms. Wheelchair Michigan in 2011, 1st runner up Ms. Wheelchair America 2012. She has used her crown as a platform to impact the lives of others in a positive way. She established the nonprofit organization, Think Beyond the Chair, to provide hope, healing and resources to others in the community faced with circumstances like hers. She also started the motivational clothing and accessories company Push Goddess, LLC. Her first book, Life of a Push Goddess, is one of her favorite accomplishments. She is currently writing her second book, Not All Goddesses Are Alike. Her long list of achievements also includes participation in the Detroit Free Press Marathon and tossing out the first ball in a Detroit Tigers opening season game. Her greatest accomplishments in life are being a wife and mother and continuing on her lifelong dream to inspire others to reach their greatest potential.
Grover Jones III - Chief Financial Officer
Ian O'Neill - President of Diabetic and Orthotics Division
Kim Finley - Vice President of Client Services
Brittany Maxwell, Director of Sales
Brittany Maxwell has dedicated her adult life to helping others to push past their own insecurities and live the life desired, despite any disability. This desire came after Brittany sustaining a spinal cord injury due to an accidental fall in 2012 leaving her paralyzed from the waist down. Brittany Maxwell received her Associate’s degree in Business Administration with a focus in legal support from Delta College in 2007. After her accident, she decided that she was not going to let her disability get in the way of achieving her desire to further her education and graduated from Northwood University, Summa Cum Laude, with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and was accepted into the Devos Graduate Program where she will graduate with her MBA in 2018.
Brittany Maxwell is a certified peer mentor through the Christopher & Dana Reeve’s foundation and uses this as a way to help others who are in a similar situation. She strives every day to be the best wife and mother possible and to show the world that anything is possible if you work hard and step out of your comfort zone. She has completed many 5k and 10k hand cycling races and loves seeing her family, and biggest cheerleaders, on the sidelines cheering her on every push of the way.
Kobe Dudley - Director of Client Accounts
Billy Vickers, Business Development Manager
Billy Vickers has a deep love for the outdoors and sports. He attended Olivet college where he excelled in academics and Sports and was a member of the college’s soccer team. In 2003 Billy was involved in a motorcycle accident that left him paralyzed from the chest down. Billy was the first of 2 patients at Center for Spinal Cord Injury Recovery program at RIM (rehab institute of Michigan) in Detroit. He also traveled to Lisbon, Portugal to have stem cell nerve transplant surgery. Being the 30th person in the world to undergo an experimental procedure in a unfamiliar land with hopes to regain function, or feeling was a true testament to his dedication to all things rehab and recovery. Upon returning home, Billy soon realized that there was no resource guide or handout to help him get back to life as he knew. For this reason, Billy focused his life on empowering others who are in a similar situation by providing resources and peer mentoring.
Billy has been extensively involved in rehabilitation for over 13 years and is a certified Brain Injury Specialist. He has continued with his love for sports by becoming a member of Michigan Adaptive Sports, MSU adaptive sports, and is involved in the UofM adaptive tennis program. He also is a certified RIM peer support member, UofM Patient Family Centered Care Advisor, UofM Hospital Mentor, and UofM Independent Living Class mentor/patient advocate.
To Billy, being a peer mentor is simply sharing a story and trying to empower others as well as their family’s after a catastrophic event. It is Billy’s passion that everyone to spread his message that “everyone has a different story and different struggles, sharing our story empowers us all.”
Amber Marcy, Business Development Manager
Amber Marcy is currently the President of the Board of Disability Network /Lakeshore, where she has served for several years. Amber became quadriplegic 20 years ago as a passenger in a car accident which givers her the ability to connect well with youth and teens with various disabilities. She strives to serves as a role model for this demographic comprised of all abilities. With a focus on prevention, she serves as the VIP speaker for the “Think First” program in Kent County, MI. She is driven by the hope that students will use their brains to protect their bodies, by compelling them to think first.
Amber is an active athlete and member of the Grand Rapids Quad Rugby team. In 2009 Amber was crowned Ms. Wheelchair Michigan and was the third place runner-up in the Ms. Wheelchair America competition. She was featured in the award winning documentary, “Defining Beauty; Ms. Wheelchair America.” Amber pushes each day to show the world that her disability does not define her and helps others to do the same.
Krystina Jackson, Business Development Manager
Doug Edmonson - Business Development Manager
Doug's hobbies include enjoying time with family and friends. He enjoys staying healthy and active every day. The best part of his job is being able to interact with people to ultimately help them achieve a better more fulfilling life through providing the correct supplies, mentoring or any other resources available.
Doug's Favorite Quote "Teamwork makes the dream work"