Grant Williams - Director, MAC, LPC
Founder of Revelop Institute
Grant has a passion to help clients discover their God-given purpose and reach their full potential. He is committed to helping those in various life transitions, whether moving from the arena of professional sports to everyday life, the military veteran adjusting to a non-military lifestyle or any other transition that we all go through, both personally and professionally. Grant uses the process of 'goaling' to assist clients in defining what is truly important to them and create successful strategies to stay on track and achieve those goals. He counsels men of all ages through the variety of challenges that come in life to help them move beyond the challenge to hope and health. Grant is also committed to walking alongside couples facing difficulties in their marriage, helping to restore fractured relationships. Prior to founding Revelop Institute, Grant played offensive tackle in the NFL for 10 years with the Seattle Seahawks (where he helped win a world championship in 2001), New England Patriots and St. Louis Rams. He holds a Master's Degree in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary and undergrad from Louisiana Tech. Grant and his wife, Emily, have four children - daughters Meegan, Madeline, and Sarah Elizabeth and son, Hal. He is also an assistant football coach at Lindenwood University and conducts leadership programs for St. Louis area coaches and their spouses. Grant and Emily serve on the Advisory Board for Pro Athletes Outreach.
Sue Melaragno, M.Ed, LPC
Sue is a licensed professional counselor and works with couples, adolescents, adults, and families. As a natural encourager, she specializes in helping individuals, couples, and families work through issues such as grief, anxiety, work/life balance, life transition, parenting, family discord, and relational disconnection. She has led various therapy groups, including self-esteem programs for female adolescents, as well as workshops to help individuals battling with panic, anxiety, OCD, and low self-image issues. She is passionate about helping clients acknowledge and embrace their unique strengths and gifts, clarify their purpose and goals, and live a life consistent with their values. In the unique safety of a therapeutic setting, she continues to witness amazing client transformation, growth, and healing. Sue is a native of Cincinnati, Ohio, and has been married to her college sweetheart, Mike, for over 20 years. She is a devoted mother to three teenagers: Drew, Sarah, and Emily. She earned her Masters Degree in Counseling
(emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy) through the University of Missouri-St. Louis,
and her B.A. from Ohio State University.
Jon Dubroc, Certified Birkman Consultant & Life Coach
Jon's heart is to help people understand themselves fully, and be as effective as they can in who they are designed to be. He is a certified consultant with Birkman International (https://birkman.com/about-birkman/best-personality-career-assessment/ ), and utilizes the Birkman Method as a tool to help coach others to their full potential. Jon also serves as Chaplain for a prominent St. Louis organization. Prior to joining Revelop Institute, Jon spent the last couple of decades working for ministries such as Young Life, FCA, as well as the local church. He served on the pastoral staff at The Crossing in Chesterfield from 2009-2016. Jon has a passion for sports, having played baseball at both Tyler Junior College and Sam Houston State University. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Hardin Simmons University, where he also played football. Jon and his wife, Karen, have been married over 20 years and
are parents to Ellie, Dax and Charly.
Karen DuBroc, PLPC Therapist
Karen's area of specialty is in Marriage and Family Counseling, however, she also works individually with children, adolescents and adults who are experiencing a variety of concerns such as anxiety, depression, mood disorders and other related struggles. Her passion for walking alongside people is grounded in the belief that everyone benefits from counseling and that no one person or family is perfect! She has a highly personalized approach, integrating a variety of relevant therapeutic techniques based on the needs of her clients. She firmly believes that individuals thrive in the context of connection and wants her clients to know that hope is never as far away as it may feel. Karen holds a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary. Prior to joining Revelop Institute, Karen taught middle school Language Arts. She earned her Bachelor of Behavioral Science degree from Hardin Simmons University (TX) where she double majored in Psychology and Communications. Karen is married to Jon (also on staff at Revelop Institute) - they are parents to two daughters, Ellie and Charly, and a son, Dax. Karen and Jon enjoy outdoor activities, entertaining friends, and most of - all spending time with their three teenagers.
Tina Wesley, Director of Women’s Ministry
Tina has a passion for one-on-one discipleship, and she knows that life-change truly happens in the context of authentic, God-honoring relationships. Her mission is to share the grace of Jesus and help others walk more closely with Him, one step at a time, and to allow that daily walk to inspire far-reaching changes in their families, relationships, work environments and communities. Tina uses her gift of encouragement to nurture each person’s potential and help them develop the gifts and talents the Lord has instilled in them. She knows that lasting hope and joy come from being the person God has created each one of us to be – and she seeks to share that hope and joy with others. She leads both individual (one-on-one) Bible studies, as well as small groups – each with the focus of life-on-life relationships. Tina earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Southwest Missouri State University and has worked in ministry for over 17 years. She is very happily married to Paul, her husband of 30+ years - they have two grown children, with a bonus of a son-in-law. She and Paul love spending time with their family (huge priority!), running, hiking, biking and exploring the beauty of the outdoors.
Len Matheson, PhD
Dr. Leonard Matheson, psychologist, is a pioneer in the field of occupational rehabilitation. He is the originator of work hardening and has participated in setting national standards of practice for work hardening, work conditioning, work capacity evaluation, and functional capacity evaluation. He has designed many of the tests and treatment models that are in use in Occupational Rehabilitation today, and his tests have been translated into more than two dozen languages. Among more than 45 peer-reviewed scientific papers and 100 invited papers and chapters in textbooks, are the chapters on functional capacity evaluation in the American Medical Association’s Disability Evaluation handbook.
He is a consultant to several Fortune 100 employers and insurance carriers, the Social Security Administration, the United States Congress, the American Medical Association, and hundreds of rehabilitation centers and governmental agencies in the United States, Canada, and other countries. Dr. Matheson maintains an active consulting and counseling practice in Chesterfield, working with people who have physical, neurological and psychological disabilities, with businesses on employee selection, and with executives and professionals on career optimization. He is a Licensed Psychologist, Certified Vocational Evaluator, and Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. He uses a cognitive behavioral and motivational interviewing approach to assist his clients to develop the character strengths and virtues they desire to live fulfilling lives.
Dr. Matheson is the married father of two, with two grandchildren. He and his wife, Mary, are active in their church, The Crossing.
Mark is currently a partner at the Knowledge Transfer Company and serves as CEO of the Faithful Brain Institute. He was very involved in the development of Revelop Institute. During his time in St. Louis, Mark has headed two non-profit organizations and led a business unit of a Chicago-based management services company. He has 30+ years of professional experience that spans the public, not-for-profit and for-profit sectors. Mark worked in the legislative and executive branches of the federal government before moving with his family to St Louis in 1993. He has an undergraduate degree from Taylor University and a law degree from George Mason University. Mark and his wife, Judy, have three adult children - daughters Madeline (Kirkland) and Hilary, and son, Mark Jr.
Stephen Rhodes CFP
As Managing Principal, Stephen works closely with a number of families and businesses and is responsible for the visionary leadership of Strategic Partners Wealth Management. His mission is to help each client spend more time doing the things that make life worth living. After triple majoring in Finance, Management, and Human Resources, Stephen received his BSBA from the John M. Olin School of Business at Washington University. Always looking to give back to the community, he temporarily postponed his business career as he spent 5 years teaching mathematics to a high-risk population at the Maplewood-Richmond Heights Student Success Center. While doing so, he returned to his alma mater to receive a Master of Arts in Education and shortly thereafter began his career as an advisor.
John is Vice President at Lockton Companies, where he has worked for almost 30 years. During his time with Lockton, he has helped build the St. Louis location from an office of five associates to well over 250. John has served many roles through the years, acting as an account executive, to leading the Employee Benefits team, to his current role as Senior Sales Producer. He has always tried to do what’s best for all parties. John believes that he has been privileged to work with many marvelous clients and associates through the years. He states that he simply tries to do three things: share his knowledge, share his network, and share his care for others.
John and his wife continue to help their six (mainly adult) children thrive in this modern world and they love every minute of it. They embrace the blessings they have, believe life is full and they give thanks always. John enjoys trying to keep fit and also plays some golf.
He states ... 'Full throttle ahead, until God slows me down.'
Tony is the Director of Training at the Faithful Brain Institute. He is a Christian businessman, committed to following the teachings of Jesus. Tony recognizes trusting God is a far richer experience than attempting to run his own agenda. As a professional speaker and life coach, he helps others find their way back to their spiritual roots by trusting God’s guidance and path. He and his wife, Kathy, live in Villa Ridge and are actively involved at their church, The Crossing.
Todd Nixon - Board Member
Kyle McClellan - Board Member
Scott Neikamp - Board Member