My name is Brittany Wilson. I started my passion with helping others my senior year in high school, instead of early graduation I decided to expand my care and knowledge to my peers by tutoring them in areas they learned at a slow pace. I graduated from Crest Senior High School in 2007. After experiencing helping peers I developed an eager thrive to help teenagers with behavioral issues work toward doing the right things, maintaining good grades, and mentoring them to strive for an excellent education. Along with expanding my care for others, I have experience with working with IDD population as well. I have been working with the IDD industry for 10+years and I love what I do. I have been helping give back to the community in several different ways. I have a strong passion for supporting and helping others. I find it very satisfying to know that I have impacted others in positive ways and seeing improvement and growth in others I have served. I enjoy helping others succeed and working hard to conquer their goals to the fullest potential.
Bradley Clayton studied media technology at The Carolina School of Broadcasting. Bradley has experience in video production, game day production of sporting events, and marketing. Bradley has a passion for spending time with his son doing adventure activities.
Detric graduated from East Carolina University in 2015 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Small Business Entrepreneurship and a Bachelor’s in Market as well. After graduating college, Detric started his career at a local high school as a PE teacher and assistant football and track coach. This is where Detric realized the joy he finds in working with kids, and helping them become better every day. He found his niche, and where he belongs in the world. Although his title was a teacher and coach, he became a mentor to many of the young men at the high school and a friend they were able to call on. Detric also became aware of the type of lives that many of the students have to face day to day, the struggles they are faced with that many of us take for granted. Detric also had a previous position as the Youth Career Development Specialist at NCWorks Career Center. He worked with ages 16-24, to help find their way in the world whether it be finding them a temporary job, permanent job, or enrolling them back into school. He also served as a mentor for the youth to call on for a variety of things such as appropriate clothes for an interview, a ride to school or an interview, or to put together a resume. Detric is overjoyed with his current position and that he is able to provide service and resources to individuals in need. Along with being a resource and mentor for individuals, he also enjoys spending time with his family. Detric enjoys coaching his daughter Dali in t-ball and supporting her on the sideline at gymnastics.
Chase currently serves as part of our Supported Employment Team here at Covenant and is also involved in assisting with the nonprofit organization, The Nehemiah Project. He is originally from Louisiana but moved to Stanly County around the age of 4. He strives to help his community improve and excel in all areas possible. In his spare time, he enjoys spending quality time with his family and friends. Chase has a passion for sports and music and loves attending his son's sporting events.
My name is Kenneth Poston. I am first, and foremost, a proud father of four and husband to one. In addition to these accomplishments, I am an NC Honors graduate of Shelby High School, in Shelby, NC. I also studied Computer Science at Appalachian State University, and advanced computer hardware and support at Cleveland Community College.
My employment background includes being an assistant manager for my father's full-service automotive shop for over 10 years, a merchandiser for Coca-Cola, and a delivery specialist for FedEx Express.
In relation to Covenant Case Management Services, my background includes being a direct support specialist, respite worker, day program worker, Vocational rehabilitation specialist, and assistant director for a youth program that expanded to other programs and supports. My wife, and I, have also been honored with being able to provide family support, by being AFL providers since 2018.