Kelly Chance is the Development Associate for Faces & Voices of Recovery. Kelly has a BA in History, with specializations in African American History and Appalachian History, and a minor in Business, which she earned from West Virginia State University. She completed a MA in Humanities, in 2006, with a specialization in History from Marshall University in Huntington, WV, where she was conferred a membership into the Phi Alpha Theta ETA-GAMMA Chapter by the National Council. Kelly has worked in financial development and funding development for over 25 years, in both the public and non-profit sectors. Kelly spent most of her career in fund development, marketing, and management and is an active member of Aberdeen First Baptist Church in North Carolina where she serves as Chairperson of the Strategic Planning Committee. Kelly is a mother of three, focused on helping her community, especially in furthering programs for children and adults in the areas of Substance Use Disorders, Recovery, and Re-entry. Kelly, as a Breast Cancer Survivor, is also active in supporting programs that increase cancer risk awareness in women of all ages.