Our Staff and Board
Leslie D. McCrory, LCMHCS, LCAS, CCS
Leslie McCrory has worked for 33 years in Asheville in the field of mental health and substance use services in direct care as a therapist, in supervision, education/teaching/training, and management.
Leslie received her Masters Degree in Counseling from University of Alabama in Birmingham in 1983. She continued her studies in Marriage and Family Therapy post-Masters and is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist, and a Certified Clinical Supervisor.
Charles A. Schoenheit, LCSW
Clinical Program Director
Charlie has worked for 40 years in providing and managing community mental health care in WNC including serving as Chief Operating Officer and interim CEO of Western Highlands Network and most recently as ASCC’s Interim Executive Director. He has been aware of ASCC’s reputation for excellent services since its inception and has been a supporter for many years. Prior to becoming a staff member, Charlie worked as one of the therapists here at ASCC, and he knows how counseling can help clients improve their lives.
Pam’s background is in psychiatric nursing where she worked a number of years in psychiatric inpatient settings and community mental health. She has been with All Souls Counseling Center for more than 13 years and is dedicated to continuing the mission.
Business Office Manager
Before joining the staff of ASCC in October 2019, she has many years of experience in office management and leadership. She is passionate about the work of ASCC and is dedicated to supporting its mission of providing mental health counseling for the uninsured and underinsured of our communities.
Lee has over 30 years of experience writing grant proposals to federal, state, and private foundation sources for local government and non-profit agencies in the areas of healthcare, children and family issues, education, substance abuse, behavioral health, and community development. She has also managed grant programs in higher education and other settings, including oversight of federally funded and private foundation contracts, submitting programmatic and fiscal reports, and serving as a liaison with funding agencies and foundations.
Brendan has over 10 years of experience in nonprofit development and management in social entrepreneurship, youth development, and affordable housing. He received an MBA from UC San Diego and served in the Peace Corps. He is committed to supporting the compassionate mental health care services that ASCC provides. In his free time, Brendan enjoys tennis, nerdy books and videogames, and hikes with his dog Zoe.