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Meet Our Corporate Team

Our “Corporate Team” consists of our admin, admissions, business & outreach, operations, media, and philanthropy departments. Despite the corporate identification, this small team works closely together and members often wear many hats.

We strive to maintain accessibility, communication, and connection – no matter who you reach out to.

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For five decades, we have helped thousands of individuals and families experience emotional recovery and a renewed enthusiasm for life.
Meet our Corporate Team
We pride ourselves on our team.
Corporate Team

Paul Hamblin

C.E.O.
paul@thebridgetorecovery.com
As the CEO of The Bridge to Recovery, I serve as the primary steward of the organization's brand, mission, vision, and values. I work closely with The Board of Directors and our Learkership Team to determine and fullfill those needs by identifying opportunities, challenges, and barriers,

Neena Wilcox

Director of Philanthropic Engagement / Communications Manager
neena@thebridgetorecovery.com
I began my career with supervisory roles in juvenile crime, at-risk youth outreach, and foster care services. My career evolved into adult mental health and substance use, where I spent several years as a counselor at a substance abuse treatment center before my journey to The Bridge to Re

Pam Colburn

Executive Chef & Kitchen Manager
pam@thebridgetorecovery.com
My mother worked in the kitchen at the Bridgeto Recovery when I was in high school, where I got to know the Founders, Paul and Carol Cannon and their family. Growing up near The Bridge, it was near to my heart in so many capacities. I, myself, started at The Bridge working in the kitchen,

Stephanie Ketchey

Director of Admissions and Operations
stephanie@thebridgetorecovery.com
I was raised in Bowling Green, and prior to my employment at The Bridge to Recovery, I was a member of the local recovery community. In my current position, I oversee all Admissions processes and day-to-day operations on the property. I love working for a greater cause to help others who a

Keats Komisar

Director of Business Development
keats@thebridgetorecovery.com
I had been working in mental Health for seven years when I came to The Bridge as a client. It was such a life changing experience that after returning home I knew at some point I wanted to work for The Bridge. A year-and-a-half later I learned of an opening, applied for the position, and w

Sara Beth Caldwell

Director of Referent & Alumni Relations
sarabeth@thebridgetorecovery.com
Sara Beth began her journey here at The Bridge to Recovery in February 2016. She was born and raised in the Bowling Green area, and has remained here her entire life. Before coming to The Bridge, she received her Bachelor’s in Elementary Education from Western Kentucky and taught school fo

Briana Sefcik

Clinical Director
briana@thebridgetorecovery.com
I have been a therapist since obtaining my degree in 2004. I have worked in the behavioral health field since then, starting as an entry level therapist and moving into management as Clinical Director for three separate programs. I am passionate about helping others find their voice and sp

Rae Ann Marquez

Outreach Specialist
raeann@thebridgetorecovery.com
I attended the program in 2009 to work on my past trauma and codependency issues. The program changed the course of my life and my recovery where for the first time I felt a true connection with self. I wanted to share with others that there is hope and healing that takes place through

Anthony Cobb

Maintenance
anthony@thebridgetorecovery.com
I create custom walking sticks which brought me to The Bridge to Recovery through a meeting with the Operations Manager to discuss selling them. This meeting led to a job offer in the mainteance department and I continue in this role today. I am responsible for maintenance and upkeep of al

Jeff English

Outreach Specialist / AP Program Therapist
jeff@thebridgetorecovery.com
I spent 11+ years in post-secondary education with a primary focus on career counseling. It was during this time and through countless experiences that I realized this passion for working with individuals challenged by traumatic stress and dysfunctional family systems past and present, in

Sandy Embry

Kitchen Assistant
sandy@thebridgetorecovery.com
I work in the Kitchen as an assistant and will help prepare, cook, and serve meal service to our clients. Additionally, I assist with cleanliness and housekeeping duties at our main lodge. My favorite part about working at The Bridge to Recovery is the people we work with.

Anastasia Doyle

Lead Intake Specialist / Recovery Coach
anastasia@thebridgetorecovery.com
Anastasia graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2014 with a BS in Psychological Science with a concentration in clinical psychology. She has experience working with individuals with PTSD, people with a history of self-harm and suicidal ideation, as well as individuals with intellec

Deitra Deal

Outreach Specialist / Admissions Coordinator
deitra@thebridgetorecovery.com
I learned of The Bridge to Recovery in 2010 while I was working in interventions. I referred to the program all the time as it is the best place for family members to do their own work. I found myself needing to work on myself so I became a client. I stayed for six weeks and it changed my

Vickey Coates

Kitchen Assistant
vickey@thebridgetorecovery.com
I work in the Kitchen as an assistant. I help prepare, cook, and serve meals to clients at The Bridge to Recovery. I love to cook and watching people enjoy their meals. My favortie thing about working at The Bridge to Recovery is the people I work with.

Linda Cobb

House Manager
linda@thebridgetorecovery.com
I have lived near The Bridge to Recovery and filled in as a substitute House Manager when needed. This evolved into my current role as the Women's House Manager several night a week. I enjoy my role at The Bridge.

Larry Cline

Maintenance

When a fellow family member and Bridge employee reached out and asked me to help temporarily in the maintenance department, I agreed and have been here ever since. I call myself a "ground's keeper" and help in any capacity needed with mainteance, upkeep, routine care, lawn care, repair, an

Patricia (Patty) Mills

Kitchen Assistant
patty@thebridgetorecovery.com
As an assistant in the Kitchen at The Bridge to Recovery, I help to prepare and serve meals. Addtionally, I help with cleanliness and housekeeping projects around the main lodge, as well as dishes in the kitchen. I really enjoy every part of my job.

Sabrina Martinelli

Receptionist
sabrina@thebridgetorecovery.com
I had previously worked in the recovery industry. I've had family members that have struggled with addiction, and I am passionate about helping people. I am the program receptionist and a member of the adminstrative department. My favorite part of my role at The Bridge to Recovery is havin

Michelle Hagan

Kitchen Assistant

Prior to working at The Bridge to Recovery, I worked in the kitchen at Ryan's Family Buffet for three years. In my current role, I help with preparing and serving meals to our clients, as well as cleaning responsiblities. My favorite part of working at The Bridge is the people.
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