Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Developmental and Mental Health Specialist Stenell Greene-Myers is a counselor and advocate for developmental disabled and mental health children, adults and families. As a counselor, multidisciplinary leader, and business owner, Stenell’s focus is to help families reach their destinations as they travel along their journey.
Incorporating commitment, tenacity and vision, Stenell’s goal is to help individuals and families identify their strengths and use those strengths to create change. Motivated to help and to be a light in dark times for families, Stenell put her trust in God and allowed Him to guide her into her purpose as He made her into a better person. Thus, she founded A Second Touch, A Support Coordination Agency, qualified by the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) to provide services to assist individuals in gaining access to needed programs and state plan services, as well as needed medical, social, educational and other services.
Stenell created venues for her, identifying the world has a revolving door and the need to help others is endless. In 2008, Stenell created JOY—Just Our Youth, Making a Difference, an after school academic enrichment program teaching youth preventative skills that will assist them throughout life to make healthy choices. As a counselor and advocate for developmental disabled, Stenell uses different skill sets to assist her families to incorporate change.
Committed to higher education, Stenell received her Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Springfield College. She is an educator at Drexel University in the Behavioral Healthcare Counseling Department and at Camden County College where she teaches Psychology; Child Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Addiction Counseling, Addictive Disorders and Treatment Planning..