Krista Woolly has been Executive Director of the Community Care Clinic since May 2012. She previously served on the Board of Directors from 2010-2012. Krista attended the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and received a BA in Liberal Arts/Human Services and a MS in Rehabilitation Counseling. Before moving to Salisbury in 2009, she was employed by Valley Health in Winchester, Virginia as Director of Outpatient Rehabilitation Services. Currently, she serves on the boards of the JF Hurley YMCA, GRACES (a Guatemalan K-12 school), and on the executive team for Healthy Rowan. Krista is married to Rhodes Woolly, Senior Pastor of St. John’s Lutheran Church. They have three children – Carter, age 22 a recent graduate of Lenior-Rhyne University; Matt, age 20 a rising junior at NCSU; and Anna Grace, Age 16 a 10th grader at Salisbury High School. Krista is passionate about providing quality healthcare for all. “If residents can improve their personal health, then communities can thrive. School children learn better, adults miss less work and seniors are active for much longer,” says Woolly.