Meet the team.

Lisa Reed

President & Executive Director
A native Oklahoman, Lisa holds Master of Social Work in Administration and Community Practice from the University of Oklahoma. She is trained in the Institute of Cultural Affairs Technology of Participation Group Facilitation Methods; The Fundraising School, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy; and Benevon Sustainable Funding Model. Lisa is a Certified Public Manager (C.P.M.), accredited by the National Certified Public Manager Consortium and an alumni of Leadership Oklahoma City Class XX.
Lisa served as the CEO for Possibilities, Inc., a cutting-edge nonprofit that connects people to change their communities. Most recently, Lisa was the executive director of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic’s Orchestra League.

Jayme Kelton

Program Director
 Jayme holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communication from the University of Oklahoma and a Master’s degree in Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling from Columbia College Chicago. Jayme is proud to provide children and families the tools they need to break the cycle of addiction at PFS, "my passion is providing children a safe place to express themselves utilizing healthy coping skills to promote social and emotional growth. The healing process PFS  implements is paramount, not only for kids' immediate recovery but their chance at long-lasting success." . Jayme joined the PFS team from El Sistema, an after-school program serving over 200 underserved public school children in the heart of Oklahoma City.  She also provided individual, dance and movement therapy with children who have experienced trauma in central Oklahoma and the Chicago area.

Brock Neely

Program Facilitator
Brock’s life in the helping field began in 2006, when he enlisted to serve our country in the Army. He served 5 years and was honorably discharged. Like many soldiers returning home, he faced challenges during the first 4 years following his discharge from the armed forces. In 2015, he turned things around and begin the next phase of service to our community. Brock holds a Master of Social Work and a bachelor’s degree from East Central University.. He plans to become a licensed clinical social worker and to provide treatment for those afflicted by mental illness and substance abuse.
His experience in the military and growing up in a family where addiction was present has enabled him to practice assertive communication with the children while maintaining an appropriate amount of empathy. Brock demonstrates excellent empathy skills and commands firm respect with the children and families served at PFS.

Kat Zmaila

Family Support Specialist
Kat has a long history of working with children and families. She holds a Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Phoenix, Reno and a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Nevada, Reno. She has provided clinical group and individual therapy for schizophrenic clients and their families. She has also counseled the severely mentally ill while referring them to effective help for needs in reference housing, food services, transportation, job skills training and social skills training and has facilitated substance abuse groups, groups for former felons planning reentry, and facilitated psychosocial educational groups for clients diagnosed with severe mental illness. Kat is also an experienced foster parent.

Wendi Wilson

Data Manager
Wendi holds a B.S. in Sociology from Southern Nazarene University and an M.A. in Nonprofit Leadership from Oklahoma City University. She serves part-time as the executive director for ESCCO, (Executive Service Corps of Central Oklahoma), providing professional guidance to nonprofits. Wendi supports Peaceful Family Solutions in relationship-based fundraising and financial management.