Robyn’s background includes 14 years in direct sales as a franchisee and working on a church staff for 14 years in Administration and as the Children’s Minister. With a BS in Bible and Ministry, she volunteered as a teacher at Wellspring for Women for over 10 years, working with women in crisis situations. In 2012, Robyn began working at Baptist East in Women’s Services and later in Labor & Delivery where she met Dr. Matt Phillips. Her passion is to see Life on Wheels expand across Central Alabama, reaching out to the whole state and beyond while shining the light on life! Robyn and her husband Bill have two grown sons and attend Frazer United Methodist Church in Montgomery.
Dana Weilbacher, RDMS
Medical Services Manager
As the MSM (Medical Services Manager) of Life on Wheels, Dana manages all medical operations of the mobile medical clinic as well as serving as the primary sonographer. Dana has spent the last 25 years scanning in crisis pregnancy centers, and before moving to Alabama, Dana was a part of one of the pioneer mobile ultrasound clinics in Texas. Dana and her husband Dave have one daughter and attend Autaugaville United Methodist Church.
Manager of Mobile Operations
With a background in social work, Amanda is well suited to be our Mobile Operations Manager. She equips client advocates with the skills they need to work with women facing crisis situations, facilitates referrals to local pregnancy centers where clients can continue to get the support they need, and manages the daily schedule of the mobile unit. Amanda and her husband Steve have three children and attend Shoal Creek Baptist Church in Deatsville, Alabama.
Kimberly has worked in the Ultrasound field for over 30 years and volunteered for Crisis Pregnancy Centers in Atlanta and Auburn. A Master’s Degree in Human Services from Liberty University has prepared Kimberly for meeting women in crisis with compassion and Biblical knowledge. Providing women with a first look of their baby has been such a blessing. In a loving atmosphere, women are encouraged to see beyond the immediate crisis to a future with God’s gift and His intentions. Kimberly has two sons and attends Centerpoint Church in Prattville.