BreakAway Dancing 2021 celebrity Dancers
Amount Raised $14750
Brandy Corby is a business owner and hairdresser at Tranz4mationz Salon in Jeffersonville. Helping others feel beautiful from the inside out is a huge passion for her & getting to do that in her career is something she takes pride in. She also enjoys working out, visiting new restaurants around town, especially those that allow her lab puppies to join the fun, & listening to any local live music she can find. She has been married for 26 years to the love of her life, Russ Corby. They have two children, Haley (25) & Cole (21) & four furbabies (Roxy, Koda, Jax & Ally). She spends the vast majority of her time with her family & makes them participate in what she has coined “Corby Family Fun Time,” which consists of anything from game night to spending a weekend out of town. Family is everything to her, which leads to her reason “why” for supporting this incredible cause. Her brother, Kris, was in recovery programs that helped get him where he is today. He has grown into a successful business man & father & he makes her proud each & every day. She could not be more grateful for recovery homes like The BreakAway & looks forward to being able to offer support in any way possible.
Amount Raised $15340
Sarah Ring is a Real Estate Broker with the Paul Kiger Group and RE/MAX Advantage. She loves what she does for a living! Sarah has a newfound passion and will soon offer Darkness to Light workshops that train people to prevent child sex abuse. Her goal is to develop that skill to influence public policy at the community level. She also loves food and anything to do with it. Before real estate Sarah owned Bluegrass Brewing Company and loved the day to day restauranteur life. Now it’s all about using her husband’s urban garden veggies to create great food. Music is also a big part of her life, she sings, plays piano and enjoys any kind of concert, especially those that feature her son Cody on guitar! And oh, that granddaughter Goldie! Sarah loves to watch her daughter Amanda grow into motherhood with excitement and creativity.ck here to add images, text and links, or connect data from your collection.
Amount Raised $14140
I was born and raised in Southern Indiana, Clarksville and New Albany area and am a 1983 Graduate of Providence High School. I have 25 years retail management / customer service, 10 years in the construction industry have been instrumental in my current Real Estate career. The last 15 years have been spent successfully managing my personal real estate properties.
With 19 plus years of recovery in a 12 step program, I am truly grateful for the opportunity to have the life I have today. So many people have helped me along my journey and I am honored to be able help others along their journey in life. Family and service to my community are priority for me. Personal enjoyment and hobbies include motorcycle riding/trips, auto racing, and home improvement projects.
I look forward to this opportunity to support The BreakAway.
Amount Raised $10630
My name is Janis Barnett. I grew up in Jeffersonville, and I graduated Jeffersonville High School in 1983 with honors. I attended the University of Louisville and where I was a University of Louisville LadyBird. I have two children, six grandchildren and another on the way. I am a widow of 22 years of marriage and my husband Mr. Floyd Barnett passed in 2012 due to this disease of addiction.
I am currently the Program Director for The BreakAway. I've been in recovery since 11/12/2007 and am an alumna of The Healing Place for Women. After graduating The Healing Place, I was given the opportunity to become a certified Recovery Dynamics facilitator which is the evidence-based program currently being used at The BreakAway. The Healing Place put me in a position to help open Brighton Recovery Center for Women in Florence Kentucky and The Warm Recovery Center for Women in Hazard County, KY.
I am an active member of Wesley United Methodist Church. I have served my community in several ways including bringing the Fresh Stop Market to Jeffersonville, serving on the Board of Directors for the Center for Lay Ministries, sitting on the Bliss House Committee. My past employment allowed me to work as a Crisis Response Consultant in Recovery; an Employment Consultant for people with special needs mentally and physically; a Social Security Certified Benefits Liaison; AIG Warranty Regional Coordinator; Administrative Assistant for Bliss House; Administrative Assistant for Wesley UMC; and Office Manager for LK Construction. The many roles I have played since I have been in recovery prepared me for my current position as the Program Director at the BreakAway, MY DREAM JOB! I’m excited about my newest challenge – dancing and fundraising to support the women of The BreakAway!
Amount Raised $3175
I am Native American (Cherokee) born and raised in Eastern Kentucky and I am 55 years old. I am a US Army Veteran who served our country from 1983 to 1986.I currently own a painting company, Artistic Touch.
My journey in recovery began in 1989, when I came to Louisville for treatment. My recovery has taken many roads over the years, but I am proud to say that I have been clean and sober for over 18 years. I have called New Albany home for 17 of those years.
My life is full with living today, I love my animals, fishing, riding my harley, cooking, canning, and attending concerts. I'm a mentor in Veterans Court in Floyd and Clark County, as well as doing workshops for both women and men on inner child issues.
I believe that even if I could help someone all day long every day for rest of my life , I still could never pay back all the help that has been so freely given to me through out my 31 years in my recovery.
**Disclaimer: I can't dance a lick. I have two left feet , but I sure can make a mean blackberry cobbler!!! Thank you for the opportunity to help others.
josh & kim moon
Amount Raised $3025
My wife Kim and I work for Lyons Roofing. We have two children, Garrett is 20 and Bryce is 17. We live in Georgetown, IN. We are excited for the opportunity to raise as much money as possible for this great program. Remember when you give, your donations are going to help save and change lives of women and their families in Southern Indiana.
Amount Raised $2600
I was born and raised in Jeffersonville. I was married to Wayne Estopinal for 39 years and we had two children, Ashley and Andrew. Wayne was tragically killed in an airplane crash November 2018 and since that time, I have been working at TEG (the company we founded in 1989) to continue his legacy in the architectural field and his support to the Kentuckiana communities he loved so much. I founded The Estopinal Foundation in honor of Wayne, to inspire learning and creativity to our youth. I have begun to focus my energies on helping those that may need help or assistance in some way, by being involved, giving encourage, or just listening. Anything that helps individuals reunite, re-engage, or become participating members of our society is worth every second of my efforts. For that reason, I am proud to be a part of the Breakaway experience.