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Corey Beahm

Training and Development Committee - Co-Chair

Corey has dedicated his career and heart to helping fellow West Virginians reach their full potential. He has 16 years’ experience with mentoring, teaching life skills, social work, prevention, and early childhood development in West Virginia. 

Corey is currently the Opioid Prevention Manager at the Boys & Girls Club of the Easten Panhandle and Co-Chair of the Berkeley County Diversity Council.  He is part of the Boys & Girls Club Trauma-Informed Network and is a recognized national trainer. 


He is also a Master Trainer for the Adverse Childhood Experience Training Series and for Regrounding our Response, a best-practice curriculum to support families impacted by the opioid crisis overcome and heal. He holds a B.S. in Political and a minor in Science Minor in Business and Organizational Communications.


Corey is a native West Virginian, living in Berkeley and Jefferson Counties most of his life. He has a passion for creative writing, music, and sports which helps him meet children on their level and build positive relationships. His work with youth includes 6 years coaching basketball at travel and club levels.

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