As our social media manager, Kristy spends her spare time identifying and sharing content on the coalition's social media channels.
Working remotely from St. Louis, MO, Amanda designs all of the amazing materials used by the coalition. Her graphic design skills have proven invaluable to the coalition and we are so proud to dispense and display her incredible work.
Cheryl is a therapist working in the field of mental health and substance abuse. Her programs focusing on drug & alcohol abuse as well as domestic violence, anger management and retail fraud have been implemented in the courts since 1998. She attended FAN meetings hosted by the coalition during 2016 & 2017 and began volunteering directly in 2017. Cheryl conducts the Synar tobacco outlet compliance checks on behalf of the coalition in the lakes area.
Lori, a local mom, conducts the Synar tobacco outlet compliance checks on behalf of the coalition in the lakes area.
Amanda King is a Wixom resident who came to the coalition via our FAN meetings in 2017. She has volunteered at the Boots on the Ground Color run and other community events. Amanda works as a Certified Medical Coder at Henry Ford Health System, where she audits physician records to make sure their documentation matches what they are billing to the insurance companies. Amanda enjoys gardening and camping.
Nancy is local real estate agent who volunteers during the coalition's medication take back events every April and October.
Rebecca is a Hope Not Handcuffs angel who also volunteers during the coalition's medication take back events every April and October.
Past Board Members
Amy Barrett is proud to be a person living in long term recovery. She enjoys all things active - hiking, running, swimming, and yoga. Amy currently resides and works 2 jobs in the local communities as well as raising her amazing children. She may also be considered the "crazy cat lady" with 3 cats, and a dog, on her list of things to love.
Past Board member
Jacob Nasser joined the LACC in 2017 after witnessing those close to him suffer from addiction. He worked with other members of the coalition to help portray the face of the coalition in a memorable way. In the summer of 2019 he was accepted into medical school at George Washington University.
Past Vice President