Board of Directors

Linda Compton, LPC, LADC

executive Director


Linda is the founder of Second Chance And Reentry Services. She retired from the Federal Bureau of Prisons in 2010. As a Drug Treatment Specialist in the Psychology Department, she provided residential drug treatment services to medium and high security male inmates. She has worked as both a DUI Court liaison and a Drug Court liaison in Oklahoma County, a TANF Assessor, and an interim Clinical Director. Linda also has several years of experience providing home-based counseling services to families and children. She was a soldier in the U.S. Army and Army Reserve. Ms. Compton graduated from Southern Nazarene University with a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.

S. E. Puett

President


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Virginia Estes

VICE PRESIDENT 


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Jeff Atwell

SECRETARY


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Lupita Cerbu

TREASURER


Lupita Cerbu has a background in law enforcement as a retired Police Officer from the Chicago Police Department where she served for 25 years. In 1998, Lupita moved from Chicago to El Reno, Oklahoma. She remained in the field of law by joining The Handley Law Center in January 2016. Lupita is fluent in Spanish and uses her gift as an interpreter and translator. Lupita always has a positive, upbeat attitude and enjoys being around people. She is the mother of one son, George Cerbu. Her passion for her son, who lives with Down Syndrome, has led her to advocate for acceptance, inclusion, and education for children and adults. She lives out this passion as the Coordinator for the Hispanic Parent to Parent Group of the Oklahoma Down Syndrome Association. In her spare time, Lupita enjoys volunteering, music, reading, and taking walks with her son.

 

Ashton Handley

member


Ashton is an attorney and partner at The Handley Law Center. He has held officer and member positions on a number of boards and fraternal organizations: Rotary International, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, El Reno Main Street Economic Development Board, and the Canadian County Bar Association. Mr. Handley graduated from the University of Tulsa with a Juris Doctor degree of law.