Our Staff

Kelli Riley
President/CEO
Bachelor of Arts, Business Management

Reiko McNeil
Treasurer/CFO

Assistant Vice President and Branch & Client Relationship Officer Bridgewater Savings Bank

Mackenzie Riley
Clerk/Secretary
Bachelor of Liberal Arts Transfer Degree Program


Susan Kelley CPA

Certified Public Accountant

Master's Business Administration

Allan Gillis LADC I
Substance Abuse Specialist and Program Coordinator
Veteran's Homelessness Rights Advocate


Theresa Harmon LICSW

Mass. Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

Master's in Social Work


Eunice Simmons RN
Registered Nurse
Acupuncturist

Lisa Sullivan
Educator Creative Self-Help Groups 
Bachelor of Science, Elementary Education

Jake Riley
Visionary Creative Self-Help Group
CAT Workshop
Bachelor of Liberal Arts Degree Program

Abigail Martinez
Bi-Lingual Office Services Assistant

Massasoit Community College Certificate Programs

William Johnson
Court/Police Outreach Specialist
Retired Massachusetts State Corrections Officer


Paula Gilbrook

Domestic Violence Court Advocate

Reiki Healing Master 1, Meditation Specialist

Massasoit Community College Degree Program


Leeanne DeLory

Director of Integrated Health and Wellness Programs

Yoga for 12-Step Recovery Certificate


Duken Delpe RN/Self-Taught Award Winning Artist

Artistic Director Creative Self-Help Group

Creative Arts Teen Workshop

B.S.  Chemical Engineering


Kimberly Nunes RN
Board of Directors
Registered Nurse
Business Owner

Andrea Springer
Board of Directors

Finance Committee

Domestic Violence Specialist
Auditor

Kellie Wilder
Board of Directors
Bachelor of Science, Biology
Educator  - Cardinal Spellman H.S.

Mary Duggan Watson
Board of Directors
Girls Basketball Coach
West Bridgewater Senior/Junior High School

Elaine  Silva
Board of Directors
Quality Assurance/Policies and Procedures
Office of the State Auditor

Janice Lombardi
Board of Directors
D'angelo Real Estate


Margaret Gilman Ed.d

Board of Directors

Educator - Bay State College











​​​Our Mission 
The mission of The Woman At The Well, Inc. is to promote wellness by empowering, encouraging, and inspiring women who face challenges due to domestic abuse, alcoholism, substance abuse, and /or mental health issues, to create a healthier life.


Our Vision
To transform our community, by taking an active role in empowering individuals.


The Woman At The Well, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency providing long-term recovery solutions, crisis/trauma advocacy/support, integrated health & wellness, and education/prevention services to survivors of domestic abuse, mental health, substance use and alcoholism. At our one-stop center located in West Bridgewater, MA we offer outreach services aligned with our mission to help our community and surrounding areas deal with the current substance abuse epidemic impacting our communities.


As survivors of these challenges, we know the incredible need for answers and solutions necessary to save and change the lives affected by these complex problems. More often than not, those effected by substance abuse are also the victims of domestic violence and suffering from mental health issues. The Woman At The Well, Inc. is a one-stop location for immediate assistance with persons and their families coping with these issues. 

We Believe

We believe that all women have the ability to regain control of their lives. Through the support of empowered women who have walked a similar path, we will help you create a healthy life.

With vast expertise, our team of women and men have over fifty years of collective recovery time.  Our staff includes a family psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. Our passion is to nurture hurting women by raising self-esteem, validating self-worth, and providing the tools necessary to make healthy life changes. The ultimate outcome is reaching the goal of self-sufficiency.