Board of Directors

Dan Reardon, President — Dan Reardon serves as Constituent Service Representative for United States Senator Angus King.  Mr. Reardon is a business executive whose work experience includes roles as President of G.H. Bass and Company, General Manager of the Enterprise division of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Chief Executive Officer of H.P. Fairfield, Inc. and as a Consultant to L.L. Bean with primary responsibility for the retail store expansion program.  Mr. Reardon has also served as a consultant to the Muskie Institute, where he was responsible for evaluating and streamlining the distribution of child welfare services provided by various state agencies, and as Executive Director of Stone Soup foods, a social enterprise in the Portland Public Market.

 

Carolyn Delaney, Vice President — Carolyn has been in Recovery since February 1993 through a path of treatment, long term residential treatment and continues to remain active in the 12 step community in Portland. 

She’s an IT professional with over 20 years of leading IT departments in a variety of industries. She is the founder and publisher of Journey – a printed magazine devoted to the Recovery Community providing local stories and resources for Southern Maine. 

Carolyn serves as a volunteer with the Locker Project, the Maine Women’s Conference and is a past board member of Crossroads.

John Buro, Treasurer — John Buro has been working in the Addiction and Mental Health field for the last 9 years. He serves as Chief Operating Officer of Pine Tree Recovery Center in Portland. He has studied behavioral health in Southern Maine and Addiction Psychology through SNHU. Finding long term recovery through a 12-step retreat, John has been active in the Portland Recovery Community for the last 10 years. He has dedicated much of his time supporting families of individuals struggling with addiction. Taking a lead role in founding The Family Restored, he served as director of the organization, assisting families and their loved ones find support and treatment. John is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug counselor and worked directly with treatment providers in Maine, New Hampshire and Florida. His passion is working with addicted individuals and their families.

 

Justin Fenty, Secretary — Justin is passionate about and invested in strengthening the greater Portland community. Being in long-term substance use recovery himself, he brings authentic perspective and real life experience into his position on the PRCC board.  Justin is deeply connected to the sober community in the greater Portland area through sponsorship, fellowship, and service. Justin graduated Suma Cum Laude from USM with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration. While a student at USM he was inducted Phi Kappa Phi, a national honors society for academics and Beta Gamma Sigma, an exclusive business honors society. Justin exercises his love of nature and adventure as an avid traveler, outdoorsman, Eagle Scout and certified Wilderness First Responder. He works as a commercial insurance underwriter and additionally serves on the board of directors for Camp Ketcha. Justin lives with his wife and two children in Brunswick, Maine.

Amy Dunklemann joins the PRCC board bringing over 20 years experience in business consulting and change management both domestically and globally. Amy is passionate about serving the recovery community and her neighbors in Portland. Amy and her dog, Noodles, live on the East End.

 

Dr. Jonathan Fellers is an addiction psychiatrist and a Maine native.  He grew up in New Gloucester before earning his Bachelor of Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his medical degree from Cornell University Medical College.  He completed his psychiatry residency at the University of Virginia where he served as Chief Resident. He then went to Oregon Health and Science University for a fellowship in Addiction Psychiatry and a postdoctoral fellowship at the MIRECC Portland VA Health Care System. Dr. Fellers returned to Maine in September 2015 to head up the new Integrated Medication Assisted Therapy Team (IMAT) at Maine Medical Center.  His expertise is broadly sought after and he frequently speaks locally, regionally, and nationally.  His work has expanded to include assisting MaineHealth with the implementation of a treatment model across their footprint.

Eric Saunders is an attorney at Bernstein Shur, with extensive experience over 40 years.  He’s worked on appellate litigation, municipal law, ERISA, securities law, tax law, corporate and partnership law, health care law, and housing law.  In his work, Eric focuses on counseling businesses on everything from governance to executive compensation.  He is also a dedicated member of the law firm’s health care practice, for which he covers both the regulatory and transactional aspects, including mergers and acquisitions.  Eric enjoys the outdoors, and also painting and woodworking.  Eric has been an active member of the Portland Recovery Community for 25 years.

Leslie M. Clark, Ex Officio — Leslie serves as the Executive Director of PRCC.  She holds a Master of Science in Social Work degree from the University of Texas at Austin. She previously served as founding Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Portland Health from 2010-2017, and as President and Chief Executive Officer of Community Counseling Center in Portland from 2001-2010. Leslie has been in recovery and free from alcohol and drugs since 1989.  She is an alumni of the Institute for Civic Leadership Lambda class, as well as the Hanley Leadership Development Program. She also completed the Harvard Program on Negotiation for Senior Executives.