Staff

Meet the Hope Center team.
Kelsie Summers

Kelsie Summers

Executive Director

Kelsie has called the High Country home for over a decade, and is passionate about creating a community of support for those experiencing an unintended pregnancy. As Executive Director, she maintains the vision that everyone who walks through Hope’s doors experiences compassionate and confidential care at no cost.

Meagan Brunson

Meagan Brunson

PHD, LCMHCS, Director of Client Services

As a Licensed Counselor, Meagan is trained to help each client process the many thoughts and emotions that can occur with an unplanned pregnancy. Meagan understands that each client’s situation is unique with various needs and concerns. She provides caring support to clients as they consider their options in the decision making process.

Molly Law

Molly Law

RN, BSN, Nurse Manager

Molly has served the clients of Hope for 5 years as our Nurse Manager. She is trained in limited, obstetric ultrasounds, education on abortion procedures, fetal development, pregnancy symptoms/risks, and administering pregnancy and STI testing. Molly brings a calm, reassuring presence to each client in her initial visit at Hope.  

Meagan Baugh

Meagan Baugh

Childbirth Education Leader

Meagan is a trained, CAPPA certified childbirth education instructor and brings a wealth of knowledge to these classes. Meagan is passionate about equipping women and their partners to be prepared for birth and beyond. 

Kaley Conner

Kaley Conner

RN, BSN Nurse Sonographer

Kaley has been with Hope for 3 years as a Nurse Sonographer. Kaley is skilled in limited obstetrical ultrasound as well as presenting medical information on options regarding an unintended pregnancy. Kaley offers compassionate care with professionalism and competency.

Kelsea Fox

Kelsea Fox

Client Services Coordinator

As the Client Services Coordinator, Kelsea works closely with each client to address the various needs that come with parenting and pregnancy. Kelsea serves to make sure that clients are receiving the internal services and community resources they need to ensure they have the best resources that meet their most pressing needs.