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George Timothy Hall
Jennifer R. McLamb
Chief Operations Officer
Chief Human Resource Officer
Chief of Behavioral Health Services
Dr. Eugene Nor
Chief Medical Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Hall has 30 years of experience in the field of addiction serving as a master’s level counselor, supervisor and administrator. He received his bachelor’s degree from Campbell University and he received his graduate degree from Southeastern Seminary located in Wake Forest, NC. Mr. Hall has had the privilege to provide services to children, adolescents and adults, both military and civilian. He has served on the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Board (NCSAPPB) for 8 years as an elected member, chaired the budget/operations committee, ethics committee, and served as president for 2 years. While as president of the NCSAPPB, Hall was privileged to lead the board through the legislative process in the development of establishing credentials for Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialists in the state. Later Hall chaired the board committee to ascertain the Certified Clinical Supervisor. In addition, Hall has served as the NC delegate to the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium for 6 years. He has also served on the Legislative/Budget Coalition and has served as member and president of the NC Substance Abuse Federation and the Executive Committee of the NC Coalition. Mr. Hall continues to serve on several local boards and supportive in community activities. In June 2016 Mr. Hall became President and CEO of RHCC. Mr. Hall has been committed to serving the people of Sharon Baptist Church as their pastor, which is located in Fayetteville, N.C. Mr. Hall lives in Fayetteville, NC with his wife Amy.
Ms. Jennifer R. McLamb, MPA has made RHCC her professional home for 25 years. During this time, she has lent her education, experience, and talents within both the behavioral health and primary care divisions of the corporation. Jennifer received her Bachelor’s degree in Middle Grades Education from North Carolina State where she attended as a North Carolina Teaching Fellow. After teaching for a few years, she made a foray into the program management arena and discovered hidden talents and interests. It was this personal discovery that led Jennifer to RHCC in 1995 where she directed the substance abuse prevention program and then later served until 2005 as the Administrative Director for the Professional Counseling Services division of the organization. In 2005, she was appointed to serve as the corporation’s Director of Performance Improvement and Corporate Compliance Officer, a position that she proudly held for 10 years before being promoted to the position of Chief Operating Officer. During her time with RHCC, Jennifer has earned a Master’s in Public Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Administration from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke where she is the founding and sitting President of the Phi Alpha Alpha Honor Society for Public Administration. After completion of graduate school, she served as adjunct faculty within the MPA program at UNC-P from 2003 until 2010 where she taught classes within the general MPA curriculum as well as within the specialized Healthcare Administration program. Jennifer is married to Michael and mother to Jesse and Bonnie and they make their home in White Oak in Bladen County.
Mary Thomas-Locklear is an accomplished HR professional with over 35 years of experience in human resources. Her HR colleagues refer to her as competent, innovative, results-driven, and a humble servant. She has been employed with RHCC since 1989 where she provides HR leadership and support to the employees and the Executive team. Currently, she assumes the role of Chief Human Resource Officer and Executive Team member. Some of her areas of expertise include recruitment, staffing, training, development, coaching, etc.. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration with a minor in Religious Studies from Pembroke State University and a Master of Public Management from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Ms. Thomas-Locklear is a certified Life Coach and Health Coach. She obtained the certifications to better serve the employees and her community in identifying their strengths, assisting in overcoming adversaries, and identifying personal and professional goals. She is a member of the North Carolina Community Health Centers Association’s Human Resources Workgroup. Ms. Thomas-Locklear is deeply involved in her community.
She is a board member of the Southeastern Family Violence Center, member of the Ingenious Murdered and Missing Women Planning Committee, Member of the Juneteenth Planning committee, Sunday School teacher, motivational speaker, youth advisor, mentor, and community volunteer. “It is an honor to serve. My prayer is that God pours into me so I can pour into others what they need when they need it.” She is a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Society. She is married to James Vincent Locklear and she has one daughter, Vincea Locklear. They reside in Pembroke, North Carolina.
Mr. Grimes has accumulated twenty-eight years of direct substance abuse and mental health counseling experience including twenty-three years of program management and clinical supervision experience. Mr. Grimes have a thorough knowledge of substance abuse issues and community resources and have exceptional troubleshooting skills with the ability to quickly resolve problems as well as have strong organizational and training skills. Mr. Grimes hold a MS in Addiction Counseling currently credentialed by the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board (NCSAPPB) as a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist (LCAS), Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) and held the Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC) credential until 2000. Other specialties include: State Certified Alcohol Drug Education School Instructor/Prime for Life Certified. Trained in the Matrix Model, Matrix Model Supervisor, Strengthening Families and a Seven Challenges Supervisor. He holds a Master of Science in Addiction Counseling from Grand Canyon University .
Dr. Eugene Nor began practicing medicine with the RHCC Medical group in September 2011. Dr. Nor was appointed Chief Medical Officer of Robeson Health Care Corporation in December 2015. Nor received attended Temple University where he completed his doctoral work. His main medical area of focus in family practice, where he specializes in general care (age 13 +). He carries out dual leadership roles as he practices medicine at Maxton Medical Center in Maxton, NC and manages the operations and communications of the RHCC Medical Group and medical subspecialty groups.
With over 19 years of experience in health administration, Kristy Locklear has worked in the financial and operational areas of community health centers, public health, and the hospital sector. In 2005, Ms. Kristy was hired as the Budget Officer, became the Director of Accounting in 2008, and promoted to Chief Financial Officer in March 2016. She has worked extensively with both the behavioral health programs and primary care centers at RHCC. Her primary area of focus is revenue maximization, financial budgeting, federal grant management, and analysis of financial and operational data. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Public Policy Analysis with a concentration in Health Policy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Masters in Health Administration from the Medical College of Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Ms. Kristy is a member of Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc. She attends church at Union Chapel Holiness Methodist and she resides in Pembroke, NC with her two boys, Drew and Brody.