Kayleigh has volunteered with Solutions since 2019 after joining the Oshkosh recovery community and is a Solutions Sober Living Alumni. After joining Solutions’ Steering Committee and helping to plan club events, she joined the Board of Directors in 2020. She is passionate about making Solutions Recovery Club a welcoming place for all those in need of comradery and fellowship, where people can learn to give back and find purpose through volunteering in the community.
Since Andrew entered the recovery community in 2014, he has been involved with Solutions in a number of ways, including volunteer work, starting meetings, speaking at functions, and running workshops. Andrew is also the Co-Owner of Lighthouse Recovery, LLC., which is a men’s sober living program in Oshkosh. Andrew currently works at J.J. Keller as an Account Manager in Neenah. Andrew is extremely passionate about helping other addicts and alcoholics discover the same freedom in sobriety that others had helped him achieve.
Megan graduated from UW-Oshkosh in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Minor in Criminal Justice and in 2021 with her Master of Social Work degree at Oshkosh as well. Megan has been involved at Solutions Recovery, Inc. since 2014, where she first entered her recovery journey. Megan is passionate about helping women who are in early recovery and was responsible for the opening of our second women’s sober living facility in 2019.
Allison Garner is an engineer and executive coach who owns a leadership development and business consulting group, called Thoughtly. Both her husband and teenage son struggle with alcoholism, and she has been an active member of a family support fellowship since 2008. She has been married for 24 years and has two wonderful kids. In addition to serving on several Boards of Directors, including being elected to the Oshkosh School Board for 10 years, she was a selected TEDx Oshkosh speaker in 2019 and published author of “Think Possible: The Light and Dark Side of Never Running Out of Ideas” and “Unconditional: Learning How to Navigate and Reframe Mental Illness – Together”.
Miranda is the Chief Financial Officer of Wolf River Community Bank in Hortonville. She has been in the financial industry for over 13 years, previously as the Controller of Choice Bank in Oshkosh. She graduated from Ripon College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics in 2008 and attended Lakeland College receiving another Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting in 2010. She earned her Certified Public Accountant (CPA) credentials in 2013. Miranda enjoys volunteering regularly and desires to use her financial expertise to bring value to Solutions.
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Jolie VerVoort is the President of Residential Treatment Services at Apricity (the merge between Mooring Programs and STEP Industries.) Jolie began her career in the Alcohol and Drug Abuse field in 2004 as an intern at Casa Clare Treatment Facility while she was finishing up her Associates Degree in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling. Throughout her tenure at Apricity, Jolie has held several different positions within Casa Clare and Mooring House. She is currently licensed through the State of Wisconsin as a Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor and a Clinical Supervisor In Training