ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

Lee Pioske, Executive Director
Lee has been Crossroads’ leader since 1998 and his favorite thing about Crossroads is that the organization will help anyone who is willing to learn a new way of life.

Shannon Casazza, Deputy Director
Shannon has been with Crossroads since 2012 and she admires the passion and dedication of staff and the amazing impact the organization has on thousands of residents’ and community member’s lives each year.

Joe Peterson, Admissions Director
Joe has been with Crossroads since 2009 and he enjoys the fellowship of men and women in recovery that Crossroads provides.

Christopher Brock, Admissions Coordinator
Christopher has been with Crossroads since 2015 and is honored to work for the most respected name in Phoenix recovery, where every person, regardless of background, has an opportunity to change their life.

Carrie Anderson, Admissions Assistant
Carrie has been with Crossroads since 2014 and her favorite thing about Crossroads is that individuals, staff and the community are provided the opportunity to change their lives for the better.

Jorge Lomas, Director of Food Services
Jorge has been with Crossroads since 1996. Jorge loves that no matter what situation arises, Crossroads staff works together as a team to find a solution

Tammy Wilson, Chief Financial Officer
Tammy has been with Crossroads since 2007. Tammy loves the positive feeling she gets from the staff and loves that Crossroads is more than a place for individuals to get clean and sober — it is a family that is there for you no matter what.

Christopher Riley, Compliance Officer
Chris has been with Crossroads since 2007 and he enjoys that his job doesn’t feel like work and loves the fulfillment he gets from being an important part of people’s recovery.

Dominic Scarano, Assistant Controller
Dominic has been with Crossroads since 2014 and enjoys both the sense of family and community between everyone involved at Crossroads.

Dan Williams, Maintenance Supervisor
Dan has been with Crossroads since 2005 and enjoys the family environment of Crossroads.

Karem Garcia, Clinical Quality Manager
Karem joined Crossroads in 2015 and has been active in direct services since 1998. What she likes most about Crossroads is the staff’s utmost commitment to compassionate care. Staff has the special ability to instill hope by demonstrating with their daily actions that recovery is possible!

Aaron Sorenson, Admissions Coordinator
 Aaron has been with Crossroads since 2015 and he loves how Crossroads is so understanding and empathetic of what I was going through with my addiction. Crossroads has given me structure in my life and has taught me how to be happy and to be a person of integrity.

Lara Wilson, Insurance Coordinator
Lara joined Crossroads in 2016.  She states From the moment I started at Crossroads I felt like family.  I love coming to work each day knowing that I contribute to such a great organization that helps so many every single day.

Jessica Young, Assistant Insurance Coordinator
Jessica has been with Crossroads since 2016 If you love what you do, then you’ll never work a day in your life.” “Working at Crossroads has given that quote true meaning; this doesn’t feel like work but like being with family.

William Copeland, Clinical Quality Specialist
It’s an absolute honor to work in an environment wherein I am able to see transformation of someone who was without hope, into someone who now has a sense of purpose-a direct result of the unconditional love and genuine compassion given by all who work here.  William has been with Crossroads since 2015.

Amy King, Bookkeeper
Amy has been with Crossroads since 2014.  The thing she loves about Crossroads is that every day the staff has an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of the people we help. We truly do something meaningful and important for the families and loved ones in our community.

Randy Dannheim, Right Track Program Director
Randy has been with Crossroads since 2003. His favorite thing about Crossroads is its reputation in the community, the priceless impact the organization has on the surrounding community, and watching clients rebuild and regain dignity and self-respect.

David Leos, Arcadia Program Coordinator
David has been a part of the Crossroads family since 2012 and says that being a Veteran and working for Crossroads gives him the ability to help his community and is his biggest blessing.

Greg Halvorson, East Program Coordinator
Greg has been with Crossroads since 2012. He loves being a part of the Crossroads family because it allows him to be a part of huge, positive change in hundreds of people’s lives each year.

John House, Midtown Program Coordinator
John has been with Crossroads since 2010 and loves that Crossroads helps individuals live a life free from substance abuse.

Donna Alexander, Women’s Program Coordinator
Donna has been with Crossroads since 2010 and her favorite thing about Crossroads is being able to give back what she has been so freely given. She enjoys passing on information and experiences that she or someone she knows has been through to help someone else.

Scott Winebrenner, Clinical Lead
Scott has been with Crossroads since 2014. What he loves about Crossroads is that “all direct service staff are recovering addicts who are able to share the knowledge they’ve gained about the disease, as well as their own experience, strength, and hope, to help the next suffering addict learn a better way of life.’

Delia Consenting, Clinical Supervisor
I love working for Crossroads because of how the staff treats clients as family. Each new client is welcomed by staff and seasoned clients with a heartfelt “Welcome Home.” Our staff are intimately aware of the dangers of substance abuse. They use their personal journey to help. Delia has been with Crossroads since 2016.

Megan Ehrlich, Clinical Supervisor
I came to Crossroads because of their reputation for success in the community. When new residents arrive on property we tell them “Welcome Home.” We truly strive to create a home environment that is conducive to recovery. I love watching new clients discover what recovery can do for them-their eyes start to have life again, they are able to look others in the eye, and they start to develop a real sense of what they want their future story to be. Megan has been with Crossroads since 2016