Andi Williams
Executive Director
Andi Williams

14 years’ experience in the nonprofit field, specializing in marketing, PR and operations. Former Executive Director, Park Street branch of YMCA of Montclair and current board member of a local Somerset County nonprofit, the Ross Farm. Andi has lived in Bernards Township for 29 years and truly values the upbringing that the Somerset Hills has afforded her three now-grown children. Andi enjoys gardening and birdwatching, and is a lifelong dog lover! 

University of East Anglia, U.K.

Toni Knoll
Consulting Director
Toni Knoll

Strategy and Policy Consultant. Former marketing researcher, policy director for state legislator, nonprofit boards. PSU Alumni Council.

Penn State University, Fairleigh Dickinson (MBA).

Ken Musgrove
Director of Recovery Support
Ken Musgrove

Extensive retail management experience. Local recovery board advisor. Municipal Alliance member. Long term lived recovery experience.

Hofstra University.

Susan Visser, MSW
Prevention Program Manager
Susan Visser

Over twenty years’ experience in the mental health and behavioral health field. Susan has worked in educational, residential
outpatient and community settings, serving youth and adults.

Master’s degree in Social Work from Fordham University.

Debbie Williams
Mental Health First Aid Instructor, Healthy Aging Program Instructor

Debbie is a registered nurse, Youth Mental Health First Aid Instructor, and a Healthy Aging Instructor for older adults. Debbie’s interests lie in promoting mental health wellness to the community and helping reduce the stigma that is sometimes associated with mental health issues. Debbie has three grown children and has lived in Harding Township with her husband and a variety of pets for over thirty years. Interests include gardening, exercise, reading, and anything to do with being outdoors!

BA in Sociology/Anthropology, Ithaca College.

Brenda Miller
Healthy Aging Program Coordinator & Instructor
Brenda Miller

Brenda worked as an IT Project Manager and Consultant in the Telecommunications industry and, for the past 20+ years, has been working with the older adult population as an instructor. Brenda finds the work she does for CiC especially rewarding, as her workshops highlight healthy aging and encourage participants to pursue safe and healthy approaches to pain management as alternatives to opioids.  Brenda enjoys swimming, spinning and cardmaking in her spare time.

Penn State University.

Dr. Heather Athanasiou
Vaping Program Lead
Heathe Anathanasiou

Heather is a veterinarian by training and has poured her love of science and teaching into educating parents, students, athletes and school faculty about the teen brain and the risks of early drug use. She was at the forefront of bringing vaping education and support/quit resources to the community as this new challenge emerged. Heather is now focused on educating the community on marijuana and its potential effects. Her goal is to help students make informed decisions about their health and their futures and to help parents with tools and resources to keep their kids risk-averse.

Heather enjoys pickleball and paddle boarding, and is probably the only mom with a collection of over 30 vaping devices and the only veterinarian with just one dog….Charlie.

BS in Human Nutrition, Doctor of  Veterinary Medicine, Colorado State University.

Laura Turchick
Laura Turchick

Laura comes to Community In Crisis with years of accounting and finance experience in Fortune 50 companies in both health care and technology.  She brings her enthusiasm for process excellence and data analysis to her role in accounting.  She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Secondary Education from the State University of New York, College at Buffalo.