Who We Are
From 1999 through 2012, Mr. Stuckey served in various positions for Energizer Holding, Inc., most recently serving as the Vice President of Specialty Power, Lighting Products & Strategic Ventures. In this position Mr. Stuckey was responsible for developing and implementing three year business strategies, product cycle plans and marketing plans for Energizer Holdings, Inc. Mr. Stuckey is dedicated to the cause of ARCHway, due to his direct involvement in the recovery from addiction of a family member. Mr. Stuckey will serve on the Board of Directors and will bring insight on business and marketing planning.
Mr. Treacy is presently involved with the Marion Middle School, a school for young girls in the inner city of St. Louis, and has been an advocate for serving the St. Louis community through service on various school boards, church boards, subdivision boards, and other community organizations. Mr. Treacy is passionate about helping those in need, and will bring considerable business and philanthropic experience to the Board of Directors.
Mr. Menzies has worked in the field of addiction medicine for over five years and currently serves as the Executive Director for ARCA.
Suneal recently served as President of ARCHway, Mr. Menzies was be responsible for overseeing and guiding the mission and vision of ARCHway, and networking and furthering awareness of ARCHway’s mission. Mr. Menzies recently became an ARCHway Board Member and will serve in that capacity in 2016.
Jeffry J. Stoll
Director & Treasurer
Mr. Stoll has been employed at Energizer Holdings, Inc. for 18+ years in various Finance, Accounting, Sales and Marketing roles. He is currently serving as Sr. Manager – Pricing and Revenue Management with Energizer. From 1990 to 1997, Mr. Stoll worked in various accounting and finance roles with KPMG Peat Marwick and Brown Shoe Company.
Mr. Stoll brings the benefits of his diverse finance and accounting background and experience to the Board and Finance Committee.
Lisa Callahan, PhD
Lisa Callahan, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Associate at Policy Research Associates, Inc. where she is involved in research, technical assistance, and training.
She received her PhD from The Ohio State University in 1983 and completed an NIMH Post-Doctoral program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Medical School. She is Principal Investigator for an NIJ-funded study on the connection between juvenile justice, child welfare, and adult outcomes. Dr. Callahan was Project Director on two recently completed NIJ studies—an evaluation of two specialty juvenile dockets including a co-occurring court and a mental health court, and a study on how youth drunk drivers are processed in US courts. She was Project Director on the MacArthur Mental Health Court Studies which was a multi-site, prospective evaluation of four adult mental health courts.
Further, Dr. Callahan is involved in research on justice-involved Veterans including managing the National Evaluation of the Veteran Justice Programs for the Veterans Administration and an evaluation of the Veterans Treatment Review Calendar Pilot Program in San Diego.
Dr. Callahan has extensively published on topics such as juvenile mental health courts, adult mental health courts, and other related topics. She is the task lead for SAMHSA’s GAINS Center’s technical assistance for 17 Behavioral Health Treatment Court Collaborative grants and had the same responsibility for the first cohort of 11 grants that just concluded.
In addition, she was part of the PRA team that conducted a study to select and evaluate the trauma measures used in the Queens NY Treatment Courts. Dr. Callahan has considerable experience providing trauma training and workshops for justice professionals, including treatment court staff and judges. She first started working at PRA when it was founded in 1988 to 1990, directing the NIMH insanity defense study and receiving a NIMH FIRST award to evaluate conditional release in four sites. Dr. Callahan is Professor Emerita from The Sage Colleges where for 18 years she taught courses in juvenile and criminal justice, mental health, and research methods and established the MS in Forensic Mental Health Program, one of the first in the country. She returned to PRA in 2008.
Laura Tiberi, MA, CAE is the Executive Director of the Ohio Chapter, American College of Emergency Physicians, a state medical specialty society representing emergency medicine with more than 1,400 members.
Prior to joining Ohio Chapter, Laura served thirteen years in Ohio state government with roles as the Governor’s Highway Safety Representative, and ultimately as State EMS Director. She has trained and facilitated leadership for medical society executives, staff teams, and physician leaders through The Leadership Challenge®.
Laura earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) credential in 2008 from the American Society of Association Executives; is LPI® Coach Certified and a Leadership Challenge Facilitator; is a graduate of the Gestalt Institute of Central Ohio Post Graduate Training Program with a focus on business and organizational consulting; is a Professional Coach in training at Coach U, Inc; and holds a B.A. summa cum laude from Ohio Wesleyan University, an M.A. from The Ohio State University, and membership in Phi Beta Kappa.
Laura’s interest in mental health and substance abuse comes from her acute awareness of the challenges of addiction through working with emergency physicians who battle with the results of addiction in the emergency department every day; and through the experiences of very close friends with mental illness as a contributing complication to drug addiction. She has served on various committees of the Governors Opiate Action Team in Ohio whose focus is the proliferation of and continued accidental deaths via prescription drugs, and the education of families and physicians about the role and unintended consequences of prescription drugs.
Mrs. Whiteley has 20 years of experience as a Licensed Professional Counselor. She currently has Private Practice in St. Louis, Missouri. She has also worked in the Mercy – St. Louis System for 26 years in various counseling roles. Her career at Mercy included Emergency Room experience as well as treatment facility work. She brings a combination of professional as well as personal experience with addictive issues to the ARCHway Board.
Mr. Lucas is a Senior Associate at Azalea Capital, a private equity firm in Greenville, SC. His responsibilities include identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, supporting transaction due diligence, and working with management teams to implement growth strategies. In 2015, Mr. Lucas helped found The Ben Lucas Memorial Fund to commemorate the life of his younger brother and to support individuals battling opiate addiction. He serves on the CommunityWorks Carolina MicroLoan Advisory Committee and Furman Young Alumni Council. Mr. Lucas lives in Greenville with his wife, Sarah, and their yellow lab, Cooley.
Executive Director & President
Mr. Stuckey will serve as the full time Executive Director of ARCHway. Mr. Stuckey’s responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, fundraising, structuring the organization, handling certain day-to-day matters, meeting with families in need, building relationships with resources to assist families in locating rehabilitation facilities, and meeting with sponsors and donors for funds. Mr. Stuckey currently manages a sober living house, and has previously managed hotels, restaurants and country clubs, at times managing up to fifty staff members.
Brian A. Sieve is a native of St. Louis, Missouri. He recently spent more than a decade teaching and administering schools in Chicago – from teaching in the Cook County Jail; to pastoring 1250 students, and their alumni, Religious, families, and faculty at De La Salle Institute. Brian participates in Twelve Steps recovery, and personally testifies to the benefits of medical and psychological assistance with sobriety.
Brian attended Saint Louis University majoring in education, and theology; with English, and speech /theatre /communications. Besides teaching high school for 20 years, Brian was director of campus pastoral ministry, transition specialist, dean of academics, management team, recruiter, community liaison, and animator of mission in several Chicago schools for a decade. He worked with East Lake management at Soldier Field, and was most recently an administrator at Ranken Technical College, in St. Louis. Brian is currently a presidential scholar at Chicago Theological Seminary, and a pastoral intern preparing to be ordained in the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches.
Fundraising Committee & Secretary
Jan has had a career of many jobs in helping to take care of others:
Her education is in education and secretarial skills. Her jobs have included working for a doctor, lawyer group and in the school systems as an aide and with administrative duties. Other jobs have included being a home health aide and babysitting out of my home. She enjoys being a deacon in her church and has enjoyed being involved wearing many hats in the ARCHway organization, including taking the minutes at meetings. Helping others, be it those in need of recovery or their caregivers, gives her a sense of duty and great satisfaction in our life.
Anisha Barnes lives 60 miles south of St. Louis and has 2 children who keep her busy with their sports. She previously worked in the mental health field for over 5 years at BJC Behavioral Health, then transitioned to outpatient substance in 2014 with Assisted Recovery Centers of America, where she currently work as an Administrative Assistant. In August 2015, she began volunteering with ARCHway as a Social Media Assistant. Anisha also recently graduated with an AAS in Office Technology and plans on pursing her Bachelor’s in Business Management.
Brian Stuckey is a recent graduate from the University of Toledo with degrees in marketing, sales, and management. He is currently working for Reynolds and Reynolds as an outside sales rep whose duties are ensuring customer satisfaction while increasing business usage of Reynolds and Reynolds products. He is closely involved with Archway with family members who have lived through the addictions and is proud to know that he is getting a chance to get their son, daughter, mother, father, or friend the same thing he has been able to receive which is getting a family member back after they had seemed lost to addiction.
Sharon lives in Merritt Island, Florida with her husband Gary. Sharon has practiced law in Florida since 1994, specializing in appellate practice. Sharon serves as a volunteer with Archway, handling corporate registrations and annual reports in the various states where Archway is active. She also communicates with outside legal counsel and the ARCHway Board regarding legal matters. Sharon graduated from the University of Florida – Fredric G. Levin College of Law and is Board Certified in Appellate Practice by the Florida Bar. Sharon has a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Central Florida and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Virginia.