“I know how talented they are, how dedicated they are to these people who the rest of the world often misunderstands and therefore quickly and easily dismisses. I see the unwavering compassion of our staff and how they skillfully help those blinded by feelings of worthlessness see their potential.”

Tyler M. Driver, Executive Director

Tyler M. Driver
Executive Director
Approaching three decades of service to those aided by The Extension, Tyler has been with the organization since 1989, which was then known as the Marietta-Cobb Winter Shelter. He was named Executive Director in 1995. Prior to that time he worked for MUST Ministries, the Salvation Army and Greenpeace International.

Barbara Frost
Director of Administration
Barbara handles a wide range of duties in this position.  She is responsible for all financial aspects of the organization, personnel issues, and coordinates office management. She has been with The Extension for over 18 years and has over 34 years’ experience in the Executive Assistant field.

Renee McCormick 
Director of Community Relations 
Renee holds a BA degree in Communications from Mercer University and  works in development, special events, donor communications and volunteer relations. With years of experience in inner city ministry and working with government, religious and nonprofit organizations, she acts as a public speaker and ambassador for The Extension.

Stephanie Sheridan 
Assistant Director of Administration 
Stephanie started volunteering with us in November 2017 as a Life Skills Trainer at the Men’s campus. In February 2019, we had the pleasure of adding her to our Administration team. Stephanie supports Barb and all of The Extension staff. She has 20 years of banking and wealth management experience with a BA in Finance from Kennesaw State University, along with another three years of experience in non-profit work. Stephanie still teaches our Life Skills classes today.

Robert Jordan, NCAC, CAC, CAMSll
Men’s Program Director
Robert has been in the field of Addiction for eleven years. He studied under Dr. Diane Sherman, PHD and received his Certification of Addiction Counseling in 2013. Robert is a 10 year Naval Veteran originally from New Jersey and settled in Atlanta upon his Naval discharge and proudly calls it home.

Wynema Barber, CACII, CCS, CAMSII, CCTP
Women’s Program Director
Working in the addiction treatment field 20+ years, Wynema is certified by the National Association Alcohol Drug Addiction Counselors (NAADAC), and by the Georgia Addiction Counselors Association (GACA) as a Clinical Supervisor.  She has earned Certification as a Trauma Therapist by the International Association of Trauma Professionals as well as a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist by the International Institute for Trauma and Sex Addiction Professionals. She studied at University of Georgia and Kennesaw State University.

Cher Randall, BS, CADCII, CAMSII
Men’s Program Assistant Director
Director of Quality Control and Compliance
Cher Randall has worked in the addiction field for over 10 years and holds a B.S. in Education from Georgia State University.  In addition to serving as the Assistant Director of the men’s program, she serves as the Director of Quality Control and Compliance for The Extension and is an active member of the Cobb County Homeless Counsel.  In addition, she is a Certified TB Skin Test Administrator.

Bruce Cerbone, MA, BCPC, CACI, CCTP
Counselor
Bruce has a passion for counseling and mentoring men to reach beyond their perceived potential and help them begin to pursue their life purpose. This passion drew him to The Extension to help our residents move beyond the chains of the past and help them see life free from the chains of addiction. Bruce holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Liberty University, is a Board Certified Pastoral Counselor, a Certified Addiction Counselor and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional.

Tony Stanley, CACI, CES, ARBCS
Counselor
Tony is a Certified Addiction Counselor, Certified Experiential Specialist and Anger Resolution Blueprint Certified Specialist. He is a student at Kennesaw State University with a major in Psychology. Tony has a passion for counseling men who struggle with addiction individually and in a group atmosphere.  He believes in the power of being in the moment and uses his background in comedic stand up and improv to bring authenticity to his sessions.

Christy Hamby, CIT
Case Manager
Christy has been affiliated with the Extension since 2014, initially as a participant with successful completion and then serving the community as the Property Manager for 2 years. She studied with ACTS Consulting, completed CAC classes and received her CIT in 2016.  Christy recently joined the full time staff as the Case Manager/CIT at the Women’s campus. Her passion is to give back to the place that changed her life.

Cyndi Hall
Case Manager
Cyndi was a resident in the first transition group of The Extension-Women’s Campus ‘2010’ and has sponsored women for 8 years. Cyndi loves being part of and facilitating all transitions. She has held a position as President of the The Extension’s Alumni association in 2016 and is studying with ACTS Consulting to complete her CAC classes to receive her Certification as an Addiction Counselor. Cyndi is a full time employee and has always dreamed of working with women who suffer from addiction

Kim Tyler, CARES
Case Manager
Kim has worked in the field of addiction since 2015. After receiving his accreditation as a Certified Addiction Recovery Empowerment Specialist (CARES) in 2016, Kim began working as an Intern with the Cobb County Accountability Courts. Because he has always had a passion for helping people, Kim recently joined us as a full-time Case Manager where he helps to transform the lives of addicted homeless men to find their purpose. Kim is currently studying for his CAC exam with ACTS Consulting.