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Leah graduated from the University of Michigan-Flint with a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health and Health Sciences. She is currently pursuing her Master’s in Public Health through Michigan State University. She recently moved back to Michigan from Charleston, South Carolina and has been working in the health field for the last 6 years. She has a strong passion for helping others and promoting health for the community.
Emily Rose graduated from Hope College with a degree in Secondary English Education and has worked for Holly Area Schools for the past 8 years. Emily Rose has volunteered with the Holly Area Community Coalition in various capacities on their board for more than 15 years. She is very passionate about youth and substance abuse prevention and recovery.
Rebecca graduated from Northern Michigan University with a degree in Community Health Education. She recently moved to the area from Charlevoix, MI and is passionate about preventative health. She also works with children in an afterschool program with the Shiawassee County Community Mental Health.
Tanya is a proud Flint native, who has invested back into her hometown for the better part of her career. She has worked primarily in the nonprofit sector, ranging from philanthropy (United Way, Community Foundation of Greater Flint & United Way), to fund development and marketing & communications.
In addition to her role as coordinator with Genesee County Prevention Coalition, Tanya also splits her time as a Substance Abuse Clinical Therapist at Catholic Charities of Shiawassee & Genesee Counties. Tanya received her Bachelor of Arts degree in communications & marketing from the University of Michigan-Flint; and Master of Arts Degree in counseling from Spring Arbor University and holds a Limited Licensed Professional Counselor certification.
Lisa Fockler is the Program Director for Remedy Exchange, Inc. which provides staffing and coordination of services for the Genesee County Prevention Coalition. Lisa brings many years of experience both at the program and administrative level in providing substance use prevention services. Prior to starting her own business, she was the Coordinator for three Teen Health Centers operated by Oakland Primary Health Services and a Health Educator III for the Oakland County Health Division – Office of Substance Abuse Services.
In her current and past positions, she serves on many local and state prevention planning initiatives. Lisa is also a Consultant with the Southeastern Michigan Health Association – Center for Population Health, specializing in the areas of facilitating Needs Assessment and Strategic Planning projects utilizing the Strategic Prevention Framework and Technology of Participation methods.