Leroy is a Family Consultant for JFS. He completed his Bachelor’s in Biology at Cheyney University of Pennsylvania and is pursuing a Master’s in Medical Sciences – Public Health from Liberty University. Leroy previously worked at Evolent Health in Baltimore, MD as a case manager.

Leroy has one niece and three nephews. He likes to go on hikes with his dog, a two-year old American Bully named Geno, and is a huge sports fanatic. Some fun facts about Leroy is that he is currently learning how to play the piano, and he got the chance to fly a Cessna 172 airplane for his 16th birthday.

Morgan is JFS’ Outreach Coordinator, serving as a resource and educator in the communities we serve. Some of the services she will specifically be sharing about include JFS’ Maternal Mental Health and Youth Anxiety Programs. Morgan previously worked for “New Castle County 911” for five years,  triaging 911 calls.

One of three sisters, Morgan is close to her family who all reside in the surrounding area. A self-identified “cat person”, she has happily fostered kittens in the past and looks forward to doing so in the future. In her spare time, Morgan enjoys antiquing, thrifting and cooking. She enjoys any board game, but her favorite is Scattergories.

Neyssa is a passionate, dedicated Community-Based Counselor at Jewish Family Services in New Castle County. She prides herself on using an integrative counseling approach to optimize support for youth, young adults, and their families. Recognizing the many challenges that the families face, she aims to always provide a safe, nonjudgmental, and motivational environment to lead her clients to successful outcomes.

Neyssa obtained her graduate degree from Springfield College, with a concentration in clinical mental health counseling. She uses a variety of approaches and theories to provide the most comprehensive support while providing current evidence-based treatment options.

Whether in a one-on-one setting or a group setting, Neyssa is committed to establishing trusting, healthy relationships with her clients so she can provide the most effective family services.

Approaches and Theories


Populations and Issues