Joy Tarleton came to Care Net in December as director of development. A dedicated “people person,” she comes to us from Chick-fil-A’s corporate marketing team.

In 2006 Joy opened Butts County Pregnancy Resource Center in her native Georgia. She has served on several boards, including the Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky, and is a member of the 2016 class of Leadership Northern Kentucky.

“I am happy to return to a ministry that’s close to my heart,” Joy said. “I look forward to reaching even more women and couples who find themselves in crisis.”

Megan Weaver joined Care Net in November as Cold Spring center director. A 2014 graduate of Louisville’s Boyce College, she has a degree in biblical counseling. In recent years she and her husband developed the children’s ministry of a new church plant in Louisville. She most recently was the secretary for a large church in Dry Ridge, Kentucky.

“I’ve always had a heart for the hurting and have long desired to work in a pregnancy center,” Megan said. “I am beyond excited to work with a hope-filled, life-giving organization like Care Net. I’m humbled to be part of what God is doing!