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Hilary Siebold

Director of Programs (REACH 180)

Originally from Illinois, I’ve always loved people, working with them, interacting with them, helping them however they may need. I went to college at Upper Iowa University in Fayette, Iowa and got my Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and Criminology.

I started my social services career at an adolescent inpatient rehabilitation center in Illinois, working alongside the teens in their treatment from drugs and alcohol. I moved to Pennsylvania and started working at an adult outpatient clinic, focusing on medicated assisted treatment as the Senior Therapist.

I felt God calling me home to Illinois, so, in 2012, I moved back after landing a job at another adult outpatient treatment center, focusing on medicated assisted treatment and drug free treatment. While in Illinois, I met my husband, marrying in 2014, and where we had our daughter, who is now 10.  In 2015, after much prayer and conversation, we moved our little family to Georgia to better our lives. I began working at another adult outpatient clinic, again, with the focus on medicated assisted program.

After having our son in 2017, I became a stay-at-home mom until I felt the itch to get back to work. I began praying about options, still wanting to be at home as I homeschool our kids, but wanting to fill a need somewhere and provide for our family further in a financial way. I saw the Director of Program opportunity within Crosswalk and took the leap of faith…here I am, 2 years later, loving being a part of this wonderful organization, with a heart for the youth and the community. I’ve always felt a call on my heart to be with the youth, whether working or mentoring at churches. My job at Crosswalk just aligns with it all.

I’m honored to be a part of this organization and feel blessed to do this work. When I’m not working, I love to read.  I’m also a foodie- love to cook and bake, spend time with my friends and family, and being active in my church. My faith is strong and deep.

If I’m not watching crime shows or all things Food Network, you can guarantee that I’m watching and cheering for my Ohio State Buckeyes!