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John Jackson
Executive Director

John became Executive Director of Consumer Credit Counseling Service in February of 2013.  In addition to his Director position with CCCS, John serves on the Board of Directors for our local Circles Campaign and is currently serving as the President of the area’s Community Service Council.

John and his wife Kim reside in Parkersburg with their 3 children, Wyatt and Logan (twins) and daughter Shae, and 4 cats.  John is a HUGE fan of the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers and the NFL’s Tennessee Titans.   In fact, the license plate on the family’s car reads “10CTITNS” while John’s truck plate is “AIR 9” in honor of Titan QB Steve “Air” McNair.  Two of the family’s cats are named after Sixers; “Iggy” (Andre Iguodala) and “Noel” (Nerlens Noel). John also claims the remedy to any bad day is re-watching the “Music City Miracle” and insisted we put the link up on the website.

http://www.titansonline.com/team/history/music-city-miracle.html

John lived in New Jersey until he was 15, when his father became owner/publisher of The Shinnston News in Harrison County, WV.  John graduated Magna Cum Laude from Fairmont State with a degree in Business Administration.  


Tammy Gaston


Tammy is the grandmother of 4 - soon to be 5 - and the mother of 2 sons, one in Heaven, and one residing in Huntington, WV.  Tammy and her soul mate Buddy have a combined total of 9 grandchildren! They have also acquired new puppy, River. River loves to accompany Tammy to work everyday here at CCCS!


Tammy has given 20+ years of service to CCCS in many different capacities.  In 1996, starting with only 10 clients, Tammy helped to build CCCS’ Payee Department into what it is today.  Currently serving 600 clients, the Payee Department continues to grow.


While continuing her service to CCCS, Tammy received her Associates Degree in Social Work from WVU at Parkersburg in 2001. Tammy received the award for Outstanding Public Service given by the Social Security Administration in 2002.  Awarded by the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of West Virginia (NAMI), Tammy received the Excellence in Community Based Service Award in 2003.  In 2003 Tammy was also recognized by Consumer Credit Counseling Service’s Board of Directors for her dedication and commitment to the people served by CCCS.


Tammy acted as the Interim Executive Director from 2011 to 2013 where she returned to her life’s passion as the current Payee Manager of the agency. She continues to attribute her success with CCCS and the community from her Friend and Mentor, June Shelene, who served as the agency’s Executive Director for over 30 years.


Shelene Shrewsbury


Shelene is the Mother of 2 amazing kids, Trinity and Vince. She and her husband, Matt enjoy spending time with friends, family and their church family.  Along with her husband, who is also in the Social Work field, they are working to build a legacy for future generations through the service they provide to the community.


Shelene graduated with Honors from Parkersburg South High School in 1998 and is nearly complete with her BA degree in Business with a concentration on Accounting.


Employed with CCCS since September 2003, Shelene first worked as a Client/Creditor Representative and was promoted to Counselor after her first month with the agency.  She became Certified through the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) as a Credit Counselor within her first year of hire and NFCC Housing Certified soon after.  She was promoted to Counselor Coordinator in 2007 where she performs additional duties along with managing a case load of clients and providing ongoing counseling and education services.


Shelene has been HUD certified to provide Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) counseling to those seniors interested in a Reverse Mortgage since December 30th, 2009. She is NeighborWorks Center for Homeownership Education and Counseling (NCHEC) certified in Pre and Post-Purchase Homeownership Education.  Shelene sits on the Habitat for Humanity—Wood County, Family Selection Committee and assists those potential homeowners through the process of applying with Habitat.


Shelene enjoys seeing the success of her clients as they achieve their financial goals and continually puts herself in their shoes making sure she provides the best service that she would want provided to her.

Tina Morris


Tina is the mother to three wonderful boys and grandmother to one little guy.  Tina worked for York Photo for 20 years before the plant closed and she was hired by Consumer Credit in 2002.  


Tina began as a Client/Creditor Representative in 2001 and was quickly promoted to Credit Counselor in the Debt Management Department.  


Tina transferred to the Payee Representative Department in 2005, where she works closely with the Social Security Administration in offering services to her over 250 clients in the Mid-Ohio Valley.  


Tina’s favorite part of her job is the day-to-day, one-on-one interaction with her clients.

Lindsay Wilson


Lindsay started with CCCS in June of 2009 when she began training to become a Certified Credit Counselor.


Lindsay would go on to receive this certification in 2010. She also received Loss Mitigation (Delinquent Mortgage) training before shifting her passion to the CCCS Payee Department, becoming a SSA trained Payee Representative.


Lindsay goes to great lengths to meet the day-to-day needs of her clients and frequently goes “above and beyond: insuring they have adequate housing and financial stability.


Away from the office, Lindsay enjoys spending time with outdoors with her family and friends and working puzzles. She is the mother of three beautiful girls who are her world.


Treasa Mackey


Treasa is the proud mother of 3 girls: Messina, Tayla and Tara. She enjoys spending time with her children, friends and family. Two of her daughters are members of the Parkersburg South Color Guard and she is an active booster mother for the Parkersburg South Marching Band.  This keeps them all busy in the fall season with competitions, football games and fundraisers.


Treasa is a 1998 Parkersburg South High School graduate and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. She brings with her a strong background in accounting and personal finance. Treasa comes to CCCS of the MOV after 8 years of working in state and local government performing accounting duties. She also serves as a board member for Habitat for Humanity of the MOV where she is currently active with the Homeowner Support, Quality Assurance and Homeowner Selection Committees.


As a single mother, Treasa has had many challenges she has overcome, to which she gives all the glory to God. She is passionate about using her personal life experience and professional success to inspire others. Her mission is to help others to feel confident that achieving their goals is possible. Working with CCCS of the MOV will provide her with this opportunity.



Randi Marshall



New CCCS Receptionist! Bio coming soon!