Debora A. Rodriguez, MRC
President and CEO
Debbie Rodriguez has worked in the nonprofit world of health and human services for over 20 years as a clinician, educator, new business developer and administrator. She joined Recovery Resources in July 2005 as Chief Operating Officer and has been its President and Chief Executive Officer since August 2008. In this capacity, she has overseen a comprehensive strategic planning process, initiated a department devoted to new business development, and implemented the process of bringing another non-profit agency – Spectrum of Supported Services – into Recovery Resources. Debbie was recently appointed to the Board of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, the Governor’s Task Force on Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services, and the Steering Committee of the Mental Health Advocacy Coalition. Prior to her tenure with Recovery Resources, Debbie was the director of community planning at the Jewish Federation of Cleveland for three years. She was responsible for heading strategic planning activities, facilitating various collaborations amongst affiliate organizations and overseeing the design of programs. Debbie also served as vice president of program services and strategic planning at the Center for Families and Children for three years where she led the agency through a strategic planning process and oversaw the delivery of services to approximately 10,000 children and families in the greater Cleveland community annually. She received her Master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Bowling Green State University and her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Indiana University. Debbie also holds a Diploma of Social Sciences from the University of Kent in Canterbury, England.
William Morgan, CPA, MBA
Chief Financial Officer
William Morgan, CPA, has more than 20 years of accounting, finance, operations and leadership experience. In September 2010, he joined Recovery Resources as Chief Financial Officer. Bill began his career as a senior accountant with Arthur Anderson & Company. From there, he moved into telecommunications which led to a Controllership position. He worked his way up to CFO with a group of privately owned companies. Returning to Cleveland, he became the CFO at the National Office of the United Church of Christ
, overseeing a $50M budget. Most recently he served as Chief Executive Officer for United Cerebral Palsy
, where he established a vertical integration strategy and oversaw quality control, annual budget, fundraising and strategic program development for five distinct social service and medical therapy programs. Bill graduated Magna cum Laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance from Cleveland State University
and Cum Laude with an Executive Master’s degree in Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University
. He is a Certified Public Accountant and serves as a Trustee on the Pension Boards of the United Church of Christ
, $3B in assets. He chairs the Budget and Finance Committee as well as the Audit Committee and is a member of the medical insurance committee.
He is also the owner and property manager of WPM Properties, a commercial and residential real estate management business he started in 1989.
Chief Operating Officer
Megan has more than 15 years of experience designing and implementing programming in the areas of public health, higher education, leadership development, and behavioral health. In her role, she provides leadership and supervision for clinical staff, leads systems change efforts to ensure a comprehensive integrated framework of services, and develops innovative and enhanced programming for the expansion of Behavioral Health services in Cleveland and its surrounding communities. She is passionate about improving systems, embracing innovative approaches, and above all, about developing people. Prior to her work with Recovery Resources, she served as the Director for Tobacco Control Programming with the Lake-Geauga Center and Family and Community Services, developing comprehensive initiatives and building grassroots coalition efforts to address public health and tobacco prevention and control over a 5 county region. Megan holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology as well as a Master of Arts Degree in Counseling.
Peggy Corbin, PHR, MSM
Director of Human Resources
Peggy Corbin has been the Director of Human Resources for Recovery Resources for nearly six years. In this capacity, Peggy oversees all aspects of the HR function for the agency, including the development of new and innovative recruitment and management tools, such as successful management development curriculum. Prior to coming to Recovery Resources, Peggy spent 13 years with another large and complex human services agency, West Side Ecumenical Ministry, as its chief program officer and area executive director. Peggy's passion for, and commitment to, the nonprofit sector was spawned by her early career as a junior high teacher. She simply transferred her passion for educating and coaching from a classroom to a business environment. Peggy has a Bachelor's degree from Kent State University and a Master's degree in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University. Additionally, she holds a Professional Human Resources certification.
Natalie Friedl, MBA
Natalie Friedl has spent the last ten years in nonprofits serving in a variety of roles. As Development Director for Recovery Resources, Natalie oversees fundraising efforts by way of individual and planned giving, public and private grants, events, and in-kind donations. These efforts result in over $1 million towards the agency’s operating budget and largely support treatment provided to those with the inability to pay. Prior to coming to Recovery Resources, Natalie supported vulnerable populations in Broadway / Slavic Village neighborhood through direct service, marketing, human resources and development work at Community Assessment and Treatment Services, Inc. and University Settlement. Natalie received her Bachelor’s degree in Education from Kent State University and her Master’s degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in nonprofit management, from Walden University. In 2010, she was chosen as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Ladder to Leadership Fellow.
Jennifer Harrison, LISW-S
Director of Continuous Quality & Performance Improvement
(Bio to Come)
Dr. Farah Munir
(Picture to Come)
Leslie Quilty, MEd, LPCC, NCC
Director of Programs & Services
Leslie Quilty serves Recovery Resources as their Director of Programs & Services. Her responsibilities include oversight of case management, clinical treatment, assessment, and medical services; this includes a focus on our forensic and prison re-entry grants. Leslie's experience includes hands-on advocacy in the following areas: HIV/AIDS education & prevention, adult psychotherapy, family preservation therapy, child mobile crisis services, and housing services for homeless persons with mental illness and/or alcohol and drug dependencies. Prior to joining Recovery Resources, Leslie worked with Emerald Development and Economic Network, Inc. (EDEN) as their Manager of Housing Programs and MHS as their Housing & Forensic Liaison. She has also enjoyed a variety of volunteer experiences, which includes The Free Clinic of Greater Cleveland, North Coast Health Ministries, and New Orleans AIDS Task Force. Leslie holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master’s degree in Community Agency Counseling, both from Cleveland State University.