Kerri Rigsby, RN
Director of the Wellness Center
Kerri is excited to be starting her 11th year here at Carroll. She is a Montana native from Big Timber. Kerri brings to Carroll, 27 years of experience in the nursing field and an amazing wealth of knowledge. She graduated from the Carroll College Nursing program and has worked at various hospitals in Montana. She truly loves working with the students at Carroll and wants to help them reach their healthy potential.
When not at work, you can find Kerri quilting or reading. She also enjoys the outdoors, traveling, hunting and fishing with her family, Jason, Kassi, and Connor.
Jessica Gruber, MA, LCPC, NCC
Associate Director of the Wellness Center
Jessica is delighted to be a part of the Wellness Center team as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor through the NBCC. Jessica received both a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology (from the University of Idaho) and a Master’s Degree in Counseling (from MidAmerica Nazarene University). Jessica has counseled families, children, adolescents, individuals, groups, and couples in a variety of life circumstances. Jessica has experience in psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, brief solution focused, and mindfulness-based approaches to healing. She is passionate about equipping students with coping skills during such an impactful time in their lives. Jessica is also trained in Prolonged Exposure (PE) therapy. She loves doing groups and is trained to facilitate SOSA Groups (Survivors of Suicide Attempts), anger management, and art therapy groups. A key component to her work includes developing a collaborative, compassionate, authentic, and safe therapeutic relationship. When not working, Jessica is at peace spending time with her family and friends. She loves being active outdoors with her husband, son, two dogs, and cat.
Beth Demmons, MS
Beth is a 2021 graduate of Walla Walla University with a Master of Social Work degree. She had the opportunity to work with Carroll students as an intern in her Master's program and decided to make it her career. Now as a full-time employee of the Carroll Wellness Center, she continues to see students individually and in group settings helping them survive and thrive during their time at Carroll. In addition, she holds the responsibility of being the Carroll College Community Educator. You will see her on campus visiting classrooms, participating in panels, and advocating for mental health. She comes to the counseling world with over 24 years of military experience as a retired Air Force officer. She is married and has five children and is happy to be back in Montana where both her and her husband grew up.
Pam Campbell, Clinical Social Worker
Pam is excited to join the Wellness Center after 28 years working in the Helena School District. Pam is LCSW and brings knowledge and experience working with issues of depression, anxiety, grief, and victimization.
Pam is a Montana native but loves to travel and has lived in the Philippines as a Peace Corp Volunteer. Pam and her husband Steve Harper, a Carroll computer science professor, took their family to South Africa to work at an elementary school. Pam's free time is spent in the outdoors skiing, hiking, biking, kayaking, and paddle boarding.
Pam looks forward to working with Carroll students during this precious and pivotal time in their lives.
Lindy joined the Wellness Center in the spring of 2015. After many years of successfully managing her family and her husband’s dental practice, she decided it was time to give them all a break. She jumped at the opportunity to work with the excellent team that is the Wellness Center. You will know it’s Lindy by her warm personality and great smile (a prerequisite for all good dental wives).
Lindy is a Helena native who returned in 2008 after nearly a decade in Washington. She believes being a mother of two beautiful girls and raising them in Montana is a true gift.