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Staff

Medical Clinic

Kristi BurtonKristi Burton, LPN
My name is Kristi Burton. I attended Rowan Co. Vocational School LPN program and graduated in 1995, I have been a License Practical Nurse for 25 years and been at the Caudill Health Clinic since 6/1/2020. I am grateful to have the opportunity to work with the students and faculty at MSU.














Linda DeHart
Linda Dehart

Hi my name is Linda DeHart and I have worked at Morehead State University for 26 years. I have a Bachelor in University Studies and a Master degree in Adult and Higher Education from MSU. I am the Coordinator of Patient Services, Administrative Support for Counseling and Health Services. I will be the first person you see when entering our clinic and the first person you are likely to speak to when you call to make an appointment. You can walk in or call me at 606-783-2055 to schedule an appointment. I look forward to seeing you at Counseling and Health Services.











Lakyn NewcombeLakyn Newcomb

Hi Everyone! My name is Lakyn Newcomb and I have been employed at MSU as the Patient Services Coordinator & Administrative Support since July 2019. I graduated from MSU in December 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in the field of Health Promotion. If you need to reach me, you can do so during clinic hours at my direct office line 606-783-2885. I look forward to assisting you and making your transition of receiving healthcare on campus as easy as possible. Go Eagles!












Travis MontgomeryTravis Montgomery
My name is Travis Montgomery. I graduated from the MSU & University of Kentucky’s Physician Assistant Program in 2011 after obtaining an Associates in Radiologic Technologies and a Bachelor’s in English at MSU. Since then I worked primarily in ER medicine for 5 years treating the full spectrum of emergent medical problems. I also worked for 3 years in Urology at the Clinch Valley Medical Center in Richlands, VA and spent the rest of my time working with primary care services. Currently I’m happy to be the primary provider at my Alma Mater and living with my wife and 2 children in Rowan County.












Cathy MooreCathy Moore
Hello! My name is Cathy Moore. I am the building services technician for the Counseling & Health Services Clinic. I am originally from upstate New York in the Adirondack area. In my free time, I love to hike and explore the outdoors. I’m new to Morehead State but am excited to be here and apart of such an amazing team. Go Eagles!











 

Counseling Center



Sherry PorterSherry Porter, LPP
Sherry Porter joined the Counseling & Health Services team in July 2019 and practices as a mental health counselor and licensed psychological associate. Originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, Sherry earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and a Master of Science degree in clinical psychology from Morehead State University. Sherry has experience working with diverse populations and a wide range of clinical issues. Her professional interest includes working with LGBTQ+ individuals. In her free time, Sherry enjoys reading, listening to music and spending time with her family.

 











Goldie WilliamsGoldie Williams
Goldie Williams is a licensed marriage and family therapist. She joined the MSU family in January 2020 to serve as director of Counseling and Health Services. She is a 1994 graduate of the University of Kentucky and 1985 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University. Mrs. Williams spent 29 years working with children, youth and families in Kentucky's mental health and child welfare system before retiring in 2018. Her experience includes: advocacy, treatment, prevention and staff supervision. Mrs. Williams is an avid learner and strong supporter of educational opportunities and achievement. In her private life she is a married, mother of two sons with three cats and a love of gardening, books and baseball. 
 









Morgan Frodge

Morgan Frodge
Morgan Frodge joined MSU in December 2021. Morgan is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who received her bachelors in 2006 and master’s degree in 2013 from Lindsey Wilson College, School of Professional Counseling. Prior to her work at MSU, Morgan provided mental health services to children and families through her employment with child welfare and a community mental health agency. Morgan will be splitting her time between Counseling and Health Services and Craft Academy. Professionally, Morgan has an interest in increasing access to mental health counseling to minority and underserved populations. In her spare time, Morgan enjoys spending time with her husband, children and their energetic puppy.