The Recovery Center Of Excellence (RCOE) benefits from the counsel of an outstanding team of partners and advisors who consult with us on a wide range of policies and activities, from talent recruitment, forum participation and information dissemination to financial planning, resource development and network expansion. The team’s vast political, business, academic, philanthropic and entrepreneurial experience assists the Fletcher Group in all aspects of building a sustainable business model, including service contracts, partnership development, and the procurement of ongoing grants from states, foundations, and businesses.
Chief Financial Officer and Secretary-Treasurer Ball Homes, LLC
Known for her contributions to philanthropy, human development, and education, the Honorary Chairman of the Fletcher Group’s National Advisory Board has served as the first woman president of the Lexington Chamber of Commerce, the first woman ever elected to the Kentucky Utilities Board of Directors, and the first woman to serve as chair of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees.
CHAIRMAN/PRESIDENT/CEO OF CENTRAL BANCSHARES, INC. AND CENTRAL BANK & TRUST CO., LEXINGTON, KY
In addition to contributing to numerous civic and community organizations, Luther serves on numerous Boards of Directors including the Lexington Chamber of Commerce, the Kentucky Bankers Association, the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, the Kentucky State Police Foundation, the Judicial Compensation Commission, Transylvania University, the University of Kentucky Gatton College of Business and Economics, and the U. Hospital Board.
Former Governor of Wisconsin, Former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Resources
The former governor of Wisconsin and former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services brings to the table an abundance of experience in management, governance, and healthcare policy plus a keen understanding of social determinants. His contributions include the welfare reform that became the national model during the Clinton Presidency.
NARR President and Co-Founder
Under Sheridan's leadership, the National Alliance of Recovery Residencies has proven adept at providing Technical Assistance and statewide recovery housing certifications. Sheridan has been active in the recovery field for over 15 years and has served on numerous recovery housing boards. In addition to helping develop oversight and legislation of recovery housing, he is also a nationally known speaker and writer on addiction recovery.
University of Kentucky Associate Professor and KIPRC Director
As Director of the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center, Dr. Bunn oversees the eight-year collection and analysis of outcome data for all 18 Recovery Kentucky housing centers. An Associate Professor with over 17 years experience as an injury epidemiologist, she has published over 60 peer-reviewed publications on a wide range of subjects including the prevention of drug intoxication. Her surveillance of drug overdose fatalities and community interventions has resulted in the FindHelpNowKY.org website where those suffering from Substance Use Disorder can quickly find treatment.
Executive Director, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO)
As Executive Director of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), Fraser has developed considerable expertise in mobilizing communities to address major public health issues, including the opioid epidemic.
Hopa Mountain Founder and Director
As founder and leader of the Hopa Mountain nonprofit based in Bozeman, Montana, Sachatello-Sawyer directs the efforts of an organization renowned for its work with Native Americans.
Kentucky Director of USDA Rural Development
The Director of USDA Rural Development in Kentucky is dedicated to expanding broadband, telehealth, and distance learning to benefit rural Kentuckians. She also works with the USDA to repurpose surplus rural USDA properties for use in recovery housing.
Former Vice President of the Corporation for Supportive Housing
As the former Vice President of the Corporation for Supportive Housing, Hunter directed the development of major supportive housing facilities throughout the west, including over 3,000 housing units in Los Angeles. Currently working with LaSar Consulting, Mr. Hunter has a direct personal understanding of the pathways of recovery and developed a national survey on state efforts to build recovery housing.
Martin J. Vincent
Senior Advisor, CDC Policy Development Division
Dr. Vincent advises the Fletcher Group in a personal capacity apart from his duties with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As Senior Advisor to the CDC’s Office of the Associate Director for Policy and Strategy, he currently works closely with the Office of the U.S. Surgeon General to develop a soon-to-be published report on community health and economic prosperity.
Kentucky Commissioner of Public Health
The Kentucky Commissioner of Public Health has a personal passion for helping the least vulnerable, having grown up in a rural Kentucky family devastated by SUDs.
Managing Director of Third Horizon Strategies
Williams is Co-Creator of Facing Addiction, an alliance with healthcare industry leaders dedicated to solving the addiction crisis. He has won awards for making feature length documentaries such as “The Anonymous People” and “Generation Found.” As a person in long-term recovery from addiction, he has dedicated his life to creating positive changes for the over 20 million Americans still struggling with addiction.