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!
Becca Dill, Treasurer
In 2022, after completing a graduate degree in social work, Becca, her husband, their German Shepard and three cats, moved from Louisiana to Morrisville. They immediately fell in love with the community, and she began volunteering with several local nonprofits, including Meals on Wheels and the Lamoille Restorative Center. Becca began working as the director of a small nonprofit focused on energy and climate policy, where she learned the ins and outs of the legislative process. Excitingly, she's currently transitioning to a new role as a mental health clinician. When not working, she enjoys spending time with loved ones, learning new things, communing with nature, and pushing her body to new limits.
Becca says, "My own recovery journey has shown me that our paths are not linear, with many ups and downs. Regardless, choosing recovery is a courageous act that we should nourish without judgment or shame. Along with my fellow board members, I hope to extend this choice to all corners of our community".
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.
Gregory Wells is a lifelong native of Lamoille County, and now lives in Eden on a small home-farm. He is very grateful to be serving NCVRC now at the board level. Greg chairs a weekly meeting of Narcotics Anonymous and participates in as many activities as possible, especially those with free food. He also currently serves on the Champlain Valley Association of Narcotics Anonymous (CVANA) Service Board, and has served there for three years on various service committees, including Convention Committee, Hospitals and Institutions, and Activities. In his spare time he enjoys fishing, farming, writing, hunting, camping, and would like to learn to juggle.