Emily Mikich came to First Person Care Consultants from the Wraparound Reach Program, where she was a care coordinator helping youth get the behavioral health services they needed to be able to live at home.
Emily has bachelors degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and spent seven years as a certified nursing assistant with youth and elderly people with a mental health diagnosis or physical disability.
Emily enjoys hiking, traveling and spending time with her family and her golden doodle, Stanley.
Molly Mowery has been serving people with disabilities through a variety of roles since 2005. She is passionate about helping others remain independent, while also helping them improve their daily living and social skills.
Molly earned her certification in Leadership Essentials from Gateway Technical College in 2018. She has experience as a caregiver, group home coordinator, and a day program specialist. Most recently, she worked as a supervisor at a day program. Molly specializes in working with individuals with cognitive disabilities, physical disabilities, autism, TBI, and the frail elderly.
When she isn't working, Molly enjoys spending time with family, camping up north, crocheting, and crafting.
Stacey Richards has 25 years experience working with people of all ages facing barriers to independence including specialized experience working with autistic people, youth in transition, and the elderly. She is a graduate from Kaplan University with a bachelors degree in health science.
Stacey has worked in school districts, day programs, home care programs, as a travel leader for MCFI’s Adventures for LIFE program, and, most recently, as a case manager in MCFI’s LIFE Services program.
When she's not at work, Stacey enjoys spending time with her family and baking.
Monique Rinvil previously worked as the director of social services at the Bay at water's Edge Health, as well as Kenosha Estates. She also worked as the lead teacher at Love N Care Academy.
Monique earned her associate's degree in human services from Gateway Technical College and her bachelor of science degree in human services from Upper Iowa University.
Monique has experience working with the elderly, people with autism, people with dementia, people with Alzheimer's disease, as well as people with mental health and substance abuse disorders. She has also worked with people with disabilities and youth in transition. In her spare time, Monique loves to journal, do yoga and go to church. She loves dancing and listening to all genres of music, watching movies based on true stories, cooking and spending time with her family.
Amanda Stoxen has over 10 years’ experience serving Racine and Kenosha County residents. She has worked as a specialist and supervisor at a day program and a caregiver at group homes. Most recently, she worked as a service facilitator for the Wraparound program for children with emotional disabilities. She worked with adults with developmental and physical disabilities in her previous roles, and she helped the adults she served gain volunteer experiences, social skills, and community involvement.
Amanda has a bachelor’s degree in Human Services from Upper Iowa University. When she isn’t working, Amanda enjoys spending time with her family, boating, camping, traveling, and watching movies.