- To put Christian principles into practice through programs that help build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
- Youth Development
Nurturing the potential of every child and teen.
- Healthy Living
Improving the nation’s health and well-being.
- Social Responsibility
Giving back and providing support to our neighbors.
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- Monty Warner, Chief Executive Officer
YMCA of Kanawha Valley Association Staff
- Kim Robertson, Chief of Staff
- LeeAnn Doyle, HR/Payroll
- Steve Hall, Special Initiatives
- Avon Cobourne, Business Development Director
- Anthony Lewis, Communications Director
- Tony Mariani, Accountant
- Derek Stutler, Facilities Director
- Erma Morton, Clerical
Charleston Family YMCA Staff – 304-340-3528
- Erin Dydland, Charleston Branch Director
- Ann Abdul Jalil – Membership Director
- Chris Wade, Youth Sports Director
- Niki Riley – Head Swim Team Coach
- Lyndsey Lewis – Head Personal Trainer/Interm Healthy Living Coordinator
- Morgan Neeley – Aquatics Director
- Mindy White – Tennis Director
- Bruce Perry, PEIA Weight Management Coordinator
- Cindy Hemsworth – Youth Development Director
- Derek Stutler – Facilities Director
Downtown Charleston YMCA Staff – 681-265-5004
- Josh Humphreys – Branch Director
- Jen Kinder, Membership Coordinator
- Courtney Crabtree – Outreach Coordinator
Cross Lanes YMCA Youth Development Center – 304-776-3323
- Karleigh Fellure, Cross Lanes Branch Director
- Lacie Stover, Cross Lanes Assistant Branch Director
- Janet Reed, Childcare Services Coordinator
- Eudelia Ayala– Administrative Office Coordinator
- Ashley Garnes – Early Learning Coordinator
- Ashley Thompson– School Age Director
- Ginny Johnson – Pre-K Coordinator
- Faye Snyder – Kitchen Services
YMCA Montgomery WV – 304-981-2515
- Samantha Carney
- Ric Cavender – Vice Chair
- Hanley Clark
- Tricia Clark
- Mary Cook
- Shawn Cunningham
- Tim Dagostine
- Dewayne Dickens
- Chad DiCocco – Secretary
- Jody Driggs
- Danny Forinash
- Brad Foster
- Brandon Grigsby
- Brian Hicks
- Martha Hill – Chairman
- Diana Johnson
- Duke Jordan
- Jim Kirby
- Ed Kirk
- Scott Miller
- David Mills
- Patrick O’Malley
- Brian Parrott
- Laura Robertson
- Will Robinson – Treasurer
- Amber Walker
- Lisa White
- Julian Woods
The YMCA is a major non-profit employer in the Charleston area. We offer a friendly working environment and competitive pay. YMCA employment benefits include membership and program discounts. YMCA staff are committed to teach youth positive life skills, values, service, support and strengthen families, develop health in spirit, mind and quality experiences that are affordable and efficiently managed, encouraged by all members of our community and create an environment where everyone can be their best. The YMCA of Kanawha Valley is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
- Applicants must download our printable employment application (PDF) and submit it along with any resume and reference requirements.
- How much does it cost to be a member?
See details on our Join the Y page.
- Do you offer discounted pricing based on income?
Those who qualify for our Community Assistance Program receive discounts on membership and programs.
- What activities do you have for children?
See our Youth Sports and Youth & Family pages for full details.
- Do you offer child care?
Creative Care is available at the Charleston Family YMCA location.
- What are your hours?
Our Contact page has all details regarding our hours of operation.
Token for Towel Program
* The YMCA is pleased to institute the new program and system which allows us to continue our long tradition of towel service for YMCA Members.
* The system is simple and straightforward while providing an improved level of service and an enhanced Member experience.
* The program sports multiple efficiencies which contribute to keeping operational costs down.
- Beginning Wednesday, February 21, 2018, a YMCA Member may enter the facility and ask for a bath towel.
- The YMCA attendant will register the initial issuance of one free towel token on the member’s computer record at the Front Desk.
- The member will then exchange their newly issued token for a distinctive, blue-striped, YMCA bath towel.
- When members return the distinctive towels back to the front desk attendant, they will be handed tokens which should be kept readily accessible so they can be exchanged during future visits for fresh towels.
- If a token is lost, another can be purchased from the front desk for $5.00
- If Members want additional towels to use when visiting the YMCA, they can purchase more tokens at $5 apiece, each token representing one towel.
Thanks for doing your part with this system so we can keep our operational costs down, thereby maintaining reasonable membership rates for all.