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Meet Our Team


Leslie Ousley
Owner/Clinical Director

I have always known that I wanted to be in the human services field. In 2001, I obtained my first role as a CNA and this provided the confirmation that human service definitely was direction I would take. However, I knew my skills would be best utilized in the mental health sector. While gaining my master’s degree, I worked as a Program Manager for intellectually delayed adults, an In-Home Behavioral Specialist and Mental Health Case manager for youth and adults. I completed my practicum at Advanced Behavior Health (MN), specializing in treating adults with varies developmental delays. Once I returned to my home state of Wisconsin, I worked as a Crisis worker and CLTS Case Manager before starting Wings of Eagles Counseling Clinic, once a private practice, it has grown to many service arrays. My therapeutic method is didactic, eclectic and client centered. I believe it is not one particular path in assisting my clients in reaching wellness and wholeness. While in session, I do not take the expert role; I have the belief that each individual and family has unique strengths that are undiscovered and need to be explored and utilized to better handle the challenges of life.


When I am not working with clients, I enjoy spending time with my family, friends, attending church and traveling. People that are close might say I am always working due to my pursuit of discovering new therapeutic techniques. I love participating in various training and educational opportunities to enhance my skills. I identify that our communities are constantly evolving and my commitment to continual education allows me to keep myself and my team knowledgeable and equip to servicing our diverse client base.

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

My work experience started in the social service field begin when I was in high school working with children in at the Science Music in St Paul MN.  That's when I discovered my passion for helping people.  I also worked as a Paraprofessional for Public Schools, up in St. Paul and for Ramsey County Juvenile Detention Center.  I have held positions in Case Management for special needs client and teen mothers and their children.  I currently am using my love of working in the social service field as a Behavioral Specialist for autistic children.  Based on my majority experience, I do consider myself as an educator. 


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

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Breanca Ousley
Program Supervisor


LaShawnda Anderson
Program Manager

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.


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.


Alice Green
Office Assistant

I have worked in the administrative field for over 40 years.  For the past three years I have used my administrative skills in the metal health field, which has been a remarkable transition from my BA in Childcare Education. I am also an Ordained Evangelist and the Pastor of Divine Temple Church. In additional to my pastoral duties partnered with my education, experience and interpersonal skills I currently am the lead director the youth Sunshine Band, providing a unique introduction to bible knowledge, musical lessons and theatrical performances to the younger members of my church. My passion of helping others to grow into their calling falls right in line with the mission of Wings of Eagles Counseling Clinic, making it easy to love my work here!

I enjoyed 48 years of marriage to my late husband Pastor L.C. Green, which created 7 wonderful children and 18 beautiful grandchildren; whom I love to spend as much of my time with as possible!  My personal hobbies include reading, singing, playing the piano, and sewing.

I believe all people are created with a purpose and have dignity and worth. Every individual is deserving of love and respect.  


I began working with kids living with disabilities in high school and college as a buddy at church and Vacation Bible School. In graduate school, I volunteered at a camp for children and adults with developmental disabilities. As an elementary special education teacher, I taught social skills, math, and reading to students living with autism and emotional behavioral disorder.  After teaching for five years, I became a stay-at-home mom and am working on my master's in mental health counseling.  


My husband and I have two daughters, ages four and two. As a family, we enjoy hiking, trying new ice cream shops, and spending time with animals.  


Education Background: 

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Student

Master of Arts in Cross Categorical Special Education

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh 

Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education  

Crown College, St Bonifacius MN

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Erika Post MSE
Master's Intern


Maria Lundin BS
Master's Intern

Sometimes overcoming life’s circumstances requires a little help. As a Mental Health Counseling Student Intern, I endeavor to provide a safe and therapeutic environment where clients are treated with dignity and respect. Whether your struggle involves parenting, relationship challenges, work, spirituality, life’s purpose, past hurts, or how you feel about yourself, your concerns will be heard and understood as we work together toward your goals. During my Counseling Practicum, I received training in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and 1-2-3 Magic, so if you are contending with a strong-willed youngster, I can help with that, too! I am also certified Prepare/Enrich couples counseling. 


I recently moved back to Green Bay after 26 years of living in Kentucky as an Environmental Inspector. While I miss my friends in the Bluegrass State, it is good to be back with family! Several years ago, my interests began to shift from environmental work to serving people, and I am now in my final year of a Master of Arts Mental Health Counseling program.  In my free time, I enjoy being with family and friends, hiking, camping, cooking, antiquing, and quality time with my two kitties: Auggie and Moose. 


Education Background:

Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling Student

Asbury Theological Seminary Extended Learning Program


Bachelor of Science in Biology

University of Wisconsin – Green Bay

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