Meet The Team

Amy Scott

Amy Scott

State Director - Chattanooga

As an adoptee and the domestic and international adoption specialist and post-adoption support specialist, Amy Scott knows that adoption is a lifelong journey and strives to support families throughout their journey. Amy has been employed with us since 2007. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology in 1997 and a master’s in marriage and family therapy in 2007. She has received specialized training in Trust Based Relational Intervention. Amy resides in North Georgia with her husband and three daughters.

Ashley Addison

Ashley Addison

Local Intake Specialist - Chattanooga

Ashley Addison earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary education, as well as her master’s degree in education. She and her husband welcomed home their daughter through Bethany’s adoption program in 2011. They have also been foster parents. Previously, she taught kindergarten for six years. Ashley enjoys biking and exploring Chattanooga with her family.

Caroline Rogers

Caroline Rogers

Adoption Specialist - Chattanooga

Caroline Rogers received her bachelor’s degree in child and family studies from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Before coming to Bethany Christian Services, Caroline worked in the neonatal intensive care unit and newborn nursery at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital in Nashville, TN. She is passionate about educating and preparing families for infant adoption. When she is not at Bethany, she is working with her husband-to-be in his youth ministry in Chattanooga.

Hannah Allen

Hannah Allen

Assistant Branch Director - Chattanooga

Hannah received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work in 2014 and Master of Science in Social Work in 2015 from the University of Tennessee. Her experience includes internships with Knox Area Rescue Ministries, Knox County Schools, St. Jude Orphanage in Gulu, Uganda, and Bethany Christian Services. She has also received training in Trust Based Relationship Intervention (TBRI). Her interest has been to work with adoption services since she first started social work as a freshman in college, and she is living that dream by working here at Bethany!

Jessica J. Wells

Jessica J. Wells

Pregnancy Counselor - Chattanooga

Jessica Wells received her bachelor’s degree in theology from Moody Bible Institute in 2002 and her master’s degree in counseling ministries from Denver Seminary in 2008. Previously, she worked for Young Life as a mentor, counselor, and advocate for pregnant teens and their children. In her free time, Jessica enjoys spending time outdoors, exploring Tennessee with her husband, Mark, three rambunctious boys, and one rascally but adorable dog.

Kimberly Baucom

Kimberly Baucom

Administrative Assistant - Chattanooga

Kim Baucom’s passion for Bethany Christian Services comes from her personal experience with adoption. She and her husband adopted two children through Bethany’s domestic adoption program. Kim earned her bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and being an active part of her church.

Tammy Martin

Tammy Martin

Adoption Specialist - Chattanooga

Tammy Martin received her Bachelor of Science in education from UT-Chattanooga and her Master of Education from Berry College in Rome, GA. Tammy spent 14-years as a classroom teacher. Her passion for adoption stems from her Christian faith and her family's own adoption experience. She and her husband adopted internationally and found Bethany to be a big part of their own adoption journey. Tammy is active in her church and is a group leader in Bible Study Fellowship.

Victoria Hales Mouw

Victoria Hales Mouw

Safe Families Coordinator - Chattanooga

Victoria Hales Mouw has worked with children and their parents for over 14 years, providing services such as therapeutic counseling, trauma care, and crisis support through advocacy and shelter work. Her masters level training in marriage and family therapy and child and adolescent counseling has given her relevant insight into relationships. This, along with her experience as a mother of two, has strengthened her desire to advocate for parents and children as they experience crises. Victoria believes that a good support system promotes positive change, and can have a lasting impact on the success of a family.