Meet Our Team


Leslie Ousley

Experience working with individuals and family in social service dating back to 2001. My approach is didactic, eclectic and client-centered; as I feel that there is not one method to assist people with reaching wellness and wholeness. I do not take the expert role; I feel that each person and family have strengths that are undiscovered to better handle the challenges in life.  I am dedicated in ensuring best practices in the treatment of mental health and co-occurring disorders. I recognize the importance of collaborating with family members and other professionals team members; this holistic approach improves a client’s ability to create and maintain long term change. ​​​


When I am not at work I enjoy spending time with my family, attending church and traveling.  


Education Background:
Masters in Counseling and Psychological Services 
Saint Mary’s University, Minneapolis MN

Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Biology 
University of Wisconsin - Green Bay


Licensed Professional Counselor WI # 5428-125

Substance Abuse Counselor-In-Training WI#18097-130

I started working in the field as a behavior support specialist team member, providing skills to at-risk teens, addressing conflict resolution within their family and gaining experience working with clients in dealing with subjects like anxiety, anger, conduct and self-harm issues. I believe in working closely with the clients and their support people in order to gain insight, to help them achieve their goals and success. I did this for a little over 5 years, before joining the team at Wings of Eagles in January 2022.


Outside of work, I enjoy playing sports, going to concerts, spending time with family and friends, and traveling.

Education Background:
Masters in Counseling 
Lakeland University

Bachelors of Science in Psychology
University of Wisconsin - Green Bay


Licensed Professional Counselor-In-Training WI# 4713-226


Ezra Williamson


Jessica King
Rehab Provider

Currently I am working towards my degree in Human Services and AODA at NWTC.  I will be graduating in Fall of 2022. I have also been a licensed foster parent for Brown County since 2017. Even in my youth I have practiced servitude and volunteering, by helping non-English speaking students learn their new language, participating in hygiene drives for the disadvantage to spending time with the elderly in senior citizen homes.  Once I have completed my educational goals, I will continue to help my community through counseling and prenatal care coordination.


When I am not in school or working, I enjoy spending time with my ever-growing family. I also like DIY projects, soft scaping and home decorating. In addition to those activities, I love to travel and learn about other cultures.  

My career in Human Services began in 2015 when I became the Direct Support Supervisor of
two behavioral homes for adults. This afforded me the opportunity for growth as I managed the
accountability of my clients, so they could grow in a safe and encouraging based environment,
With this experience, I was able to worked in the school systems where I was responsible for the implementation of after school curriculum and onsite supervision of staff. to provide a safe and healthy space for K-12 students that promoted diversity, empathy, and leadership skills.  In September of 2020 and 2001, I worked as the Unit Lead Assistant Manager. This allowed me to participate in experimental learning to teach basic life skills with cooking, housekeeping, and accountability.  Exercises included basic food preparation, hygiene, and the development of simple emotional intelligence skills.

Outside of work I enjoy engaging with my peers, cooking, dancing, songwriting and learning
about the cultural diversities of the world!


Jaron Lewis
Rehab Provider

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Breanca Ousley
Program Manager of Eagles House

I’ve worked in childcare and education for as long as I can remember. I was a Paraprofessional for Public Schools, up in St. Paul and for Ramsey County Juvenile Detention Center. Based on my majority experience, I do consider myself as an educator. When I notice that substance is missing in the world, I find myself, always back on this path to create and assist the next generation in having a safe and healthy space to grow and evolve. My journey in the Behavioral Health field, though, began seven years ago when I became a Case Manager for two special needs clients. I have since gained Case management experience from working in a maternity home for homeless teenaged mothers and their children as well as, three years with a live-in special needs client. Currently I am a Behavioral Specialist for autistic children ages ten and younger.


Outside of work I host a podcast where we provide safe space for women of all creeds to bridge the gap of communication and confusion among us. I enjoy sand volleyball, skating, dancing, relaxing and karaoke with my friends, painting and drawing (when I can), hiking and camping on vacation; I love being out in nature. Family and Friends are my backbone. I love to see them happy and being successful. I love the support and understanding I have provided myself within the community that I’ve chosen for my life

Human Services has been my passion since childhood before I knew the name of the field. My professional experience in Human Services started in 2014 and has been ongoing through work with numerous community partners. Having been a Community Resource Specialist, a Human Services Clerk for the County, and a Skill level provider with another community partner, I have gathered the training required through experience.  I look forward to working with you as I continue to grow in this field here at Wings of Eagles among qualified professionals and eager peers!  

In my personal time I enjoy creating experiences with my daughter, she’s 6 and a talker! We enjoy our conversation a lot!  Art, music, and culture are a huge part of our life. I am a poet and lyricist and enjoy writing short stories. I think eastern philosophy has been really influential in my love of words! Family is the joy of my life, not just the one I was born into but the family that I have created through friendship as well.


LaShawnda Anderson
Rehab Provider &
Program Supervisor

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Grace Green MSE
Accounting Specialist (CCS)

While obtaining my master’s degree in School Business Management, coupled with over 20 years of professional accounting experience I held the titled position as Director of Business Services with one of Wisconsin’s leading school districts service providers. I was responsible for managing over 13 million dollars in funds, scholarships, and grants. In addition to using my education in a professional capacity, I volunteer my services to my church as their business accountant as well.  Marrying my master’s degree; my Bachelor’s in Accounting; Health Care Administration; my expertise in professional planning; and working towards my Public Accounting Certification, the transition to becoming the Account Specialist with Wings of Eagles has proven to be a natural and seamless one.

During my free time my interest include being an active Brown County CPS respite provider, reading inspiration autobiographies, memoirs and self-care practices that include various crafting activities. As much as I enjoy my profession, I am a natural giver and creative person that has become “Auntie GG” to several children in the area.

Bio coming soon


Alice Green
Office Assistant

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Sir Breon Ousley
Admin Assistance

Overnight Staff

Bio coming soon