Director of Volunteering
As a bearded man with SUD, and a trained recovery coach, my goal is to help TRI optimize services and volunteering.
As a person with an Education in Psych, and experience with SUD, Trauma, and Mental Illness; my goal is to build effective services and connectivity for those who struggle with similar issues.
Board Member - Improvement Officer for Prison to Prosperity Project
I am a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor for the last 30 years, and a cofounder of the Prison to Prosperity Men's Support Group. With my lived and professional experience in addictions and reentry, I will help improve the Prison to Prosperity project, to impact more lives and keep men and women from returning to substance use and prison.
Senior Board Member
Lori-ann Giamanco joins the board of Tiffany’s Recovery after having built a network of supports to assist her own two children through treatment. She works as a full time care manager with Adult Foster Care of the North Shore, specializing in working with disabled adults. She has 15 years experience working in social services in many capacities. As a mother of children with mental health issues, she is passionate about helping others find long-term success in recovery. She has a strong focus on working with the family unit to ensure that the client and his/her loved ones obtain the highest quality of care. A lifelong resident of Cape Ann, Lori-ann loves to spend time at the beach. She enjoys traveling, learning new things and spending time with her beloved family.
With Ties to the Recovery and Business world my goal is to help bridge business, the community, and those with SUD to better services and support.
I've had my pitfalls with Addiction. My goal is to share my knowledge as a recovery coach and experience as a person with SUD to transform the lives of those struggling.