Tina has 35+ years of experience working with children and adults with developmental disabilities including intellectual disabilities. She has worked in many direct support and administrative positions in three states. She began her career as a teacher & administrator of St. Mark’s Circle School in Charlotte, NC an integrated preschool for children with and without disabilities. She was also the administrator for United Cerebral Palsy Preschool in Charlotte, NC. In WV she provided In Home services for school aged children with disabilities. In VA she was the Executive Director for the Arc of Augusta for 5 years and has been at Valley for over 15 years serving as the Supervisor for Adult Day Support Services and now the Director of Developmental Services.

Angel has been in the Sponsored Residential Program as a CLS working with adult individuals with developmental/intellectual disabilities, for over 10 years. Prior to VCSB, Angel worked in a Treatment Foster Care program.  In 2021, Angel became the Onboarding Specialist for the program – working with prospective sponsors and relief sponsors to complete required paperwork and be approved for the program.   Angel oversees Special Activities for the providers and individuals. Angel's leisure time activities include baking, knitting, gardening, traveling and spending time with her poodle Ginger. Angel also has 2 rescued Conjures – Coco and Lucy. Angel attends church and sings in several choirs.

Tina Martina,

Developmental Services Director

Candace (Candy) Rankin, Sponsored Residential Services Supervisor

Angel Cooper,

Community Living Specialist (CLS), Onboarding and Communications, Special Activities and Projects

Candy has an Associate Degree In Human Services and had work in the field for over 34 years.  She began as a Psychiatric Aide at WSH before starting at Valley Community Services Board (VCSB).  She has worked in a variety of positions at VCSB with individuals with an ID diagnosis for the past 33 years. She is married to Chris; has a son, Justin; a daughter, Sarah; and three grandchildren, Abbey, Sophie, and Owen. She loves to spend time with her family especially her grandchildren. She and her husband also have chickens, a donkey (Rufus), and garden. “I continue to enjoy working with individuals and supporting all involved to help make their lives as fulfilling and independent as possible."