Our Staff

Machelle Montgomery

Executive Director

Machelle has spent over 20 years working at Life Centers in Indiana as the Director of the West Center and as the Soar Program Director. Through these roles, Machelle has a wealth of experience with training, speaking, coordinating classes, counseling, and much more. Given her background at Life Centers, Machelle knows firsthand how pervasive the need for relationship education is.

Bethany Jones

Program Director, Sexual Risk Avoidance Specialist

Bethany has been at the forefront of the CPR Associate program in Indiana for many years. In 2024, she stepped into a leadership role at the Creating Positive Relationships global office. With extensive classroom experience, Bethany excels in training and supervising instructors. She and her husband, Adam, are proud parents of four wonderful children, ranging in age from 6 to 15.

Cindy Banks

Communications Administrator

Cindy grew up in a small town in Southern Indiana. After high school, she served in the US Navy and later as a civil servant for the US Army. Most of her career has been in administrative roles. Cindy was a Hospice volunteer for several years and is currently involved in a nationwide ministry called GriefShare. Cindy and her husband, James, have six children and a large number of grandchildren. She finds joy in reading, writing, gardening, and tending to her houseplants. Cindy is passionate about recognizing the value in people and helping them see it in themselves.

Doris Lloyd

Executive Assistant/ Evaluation Specialist

Doris has worked for CPR since 2013 scoring student evaluations for High School and Middle School. Recently, Executive Assistant was added to her job title and with that change she is now in the office most afternoons helping to keep CPR running smoothly. Doris and her husband, Greg, have three married daughters and seven grandchildren. She most enjoys time with family, gardening, reading and serving in her church with women’s ministries.


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