OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Charles Goldstein, Secretary
Charles Goldstein lives in Waterbury along with his wife Julia. They have been living in Vermont for five years and are previously from New Jersey. Charles is an Assistant Vice President at Union Bank in Morrisville where he focuses on technology related projects. Prior to joining the bank, he worked for IPS and Citigroup. Charles joined the NCVRC board to give back to the community and to use his project management skills to guide the board and Recovery Center forward in many endeavors.
Imelda Turner, President
My name is Imelda Turner and I live in Morrisville Vermont. I am originally from the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas. I have a career in the financial industry working with Edward Jones Investments in Morrisville as a Branch Office Administrator.
Prior to working at Edward Jones, I worked with several non-profit organizations in our community. I worked in direct service positions supporting youth and families and helped them navigate community services.
I believe my purpose in life has been to help others. I've been very blessed to have been in positions that allow me the opportunity to follow my passion. I am also an advocate for self-care and living a balanced lifestyle. My daily practice includes beginning each day with gratitude and mindfulness.
In my spare time, I enjoy exercising, golfing, reading and spending time with friends. I also enjoy do it yourself home projects.
I joined the NCVRC Board with the hope to help others know that through hope, self -respect and love, anything is possible!
Dr. Joe Brock, Treasurer
Dr. Brock and his wife Betsy moved to Morristown in early 2019 after retiring from his family practice in Berlin, Vermont. Dr. Brock practiced family medicine in Vermont and Michigan for over 30 years, including 21 years in Muskegon, Michigan and another 10 years at Central Vermont Medical Center. He is a 1983 graduate of the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. His experience in family medicine included hospital and office work, obstetrics, pediatrics, geriatrics, and behavioral health. In recent years, he has been active in Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) for opioid use disorders (OUD). Over the years, Joe writes, he has learned much from his patients in recovery and has found behavioral medicine to be a rewarding part of his medical practice. In his retirement, Joe is looking forward to working with our community on some of its most pressing social needs.
Steph Hoffman lives in Morristown along with her husband, Kasey, three kids, two dogs, and a cat. She has lived in Vermont since 2012 and serves as Deputy General Counsel at the Vermont Public Utility Commission. Before returning to public service work for the State of Vermont, Steph was in private practice. Steph joined the NCVRC board to serve her community in the Center's critically important work. Steph has worked with many clients in her public and private career that are affected by Substance Use Disorder and has championed recovery issues to judges in her work as a public defender. Like many in Vermont, she has seen the impact of substance use disorder firsthand and
strives to make a meaningful impact through her work on the NCVRC Board of Directors.