BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Michael Corsanico is a success story of S.R.I., Inc. Mike was an SRI resident, who was invited to join the leadership team. Mike is a Certified Recovery Specialist & in long term recovery. He attended Temple University, worked for the IRS in collections & intelligence. Mike believes that working a serious recovery program starts with a SPONSOR, who holds you accountable. Mike instills in his sponsees that CHANGE is paramount in becoming successful in recovery. Mike is a board member, officer, and functions as the intake coordinator for S.R.I. Inc, interviewing and evaluating prospective residents. Mike resides locally and has three sons and eight grandchildren.
Mark T. Schappell was a practicing attorney for over 12 years until substance use derailed his career and life. He lives in long-term recovery since 2013. Mark was a founding member of S.R.I., Inc. and is active in the management and administration of the organization as Executive Vice President. Mark is the “paperwork guy” for S.R.I., Inc. negotiating leases and contracts, addressing licensing issues and interacting with municipal bodies and professionals on code related matters. Mark holds a dual B.S. degree in Management & Economics from Lebanon Valley Colley and a J.D. from Widener University School of Law. He is currently employed by the Department of Human Services as a Claims Investigation Agent Supervisor, resides locally with his wife, Shannon & 3 children.
Angela Noon is an integral part of the organization, handling the finances. Angie oversees the residents remain current with their rent obligation for living in our facility. She keeps detailed records for each resident, as well as maintaining and updating resident's critical information on a Board of Directs shared site electronically. She also pays the bills, purchases or obtains items needed to maintain the residence. Angie is passionate about helping those who want to recover & start a new life. Angie has dealt with a parent and child who were addicts and knows the heartache the family suffers, while trying to love & heal them. Ultimately, the addict has to want to change their life. She believes there is ALWAYS HOPE - One minute/hour/day/week/month/year at a time. She currently resides locally with her husband, James.
James Noon is a military veteran who brings strong leadership qualities to the organization. James graduated from Ashford University in 2014, earning a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management, Specialization: Health Care Administration and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social and Criminal Justice in 2012. He's presently employed as a Human Services Program Specialist for the Commonwealth of PA. In the past, James has worked as an Adolescent Inpatient Mental Health Worker, participating in the planning & evaluation of patient needs based on their behaviors. He also provided direct patient care services in accordance with treatment plans & under the direction of a professional nurse. He was a Case Manager Coordinator/Manager, responsible for assuring the delivery of community based mental health, mental retardation, substance abuse and/or behavioral health services to individual with disabilities. He's also been a Program Monitor at a Drug & Alcohol Rehab, providing daily supervision of residents & a Program Supervisor, where he provided direction & support to the Extended Acute Staff & Crisis Diversionary Residential program staff in implementing their job functions & purpose. James completely understands the need for supportive housing for addicts transitioning back into society. He currently resides locally, with his wife, has six children and eleven grandchildren.