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International EAPA Board Members from Colorado Chapter

Colorado EAPA Members currently serving on the International EAPA Board of Directors

Lee Ann Aden, MS, CPA, CEAP -Chapter Treasurer

Lee AnnLee Ann has been a member of EAPA since 2005.  In 2010, she become a Certified Employee Assistance Professional and was elected Treasurer of the Colorado Chapter of EAPA in 2011.  She served on the International EAPA finance committee from 2010-2014, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for International EAPA.

Lee Ann is the Chief Finance Officer for Peer Assistance Services, Inc. where she is responsible for the analysis of financial data required to make strategic decisions, corporate risk management, and the coordination of Human Resource functions.  Lee Ann supports the Workplace Prevention Services program staff by providing information and resources for management and organizational consultation related to employment policy and practices. She also assists in making the business case for EAP services in small business.

Lee Ann has a BA in Accounting, Management and Spanish from Luther College (’01) and a MS in Accounting from the University of Colorado – Denver (’06).  She is Certified Public Accountant licensed in Colorado.

 

Bryan Hutchinson M.S.,  CEAP,  SAP, LAP-C, NCAC II

bryanhutchinson1Director of Employee Assistance Program services for the international Association of Machinists on United Airlines, USAirways and Hawaiian Airlines

Bryan R. Hutchinson holds a Bachelors of Science in Psychology (1979) from Colorado State University and a Masters of Science in Psychology (1983) from Idaho State University. Bryan became a volunteer coordinator for the joint IAM/United Airlines EAP in 1984. He currently serves as the Director of Employee Assistance Program services for the International Association of Machinists on United Airlines, USAirways and Hawaiian Airlines. In this capacity, he is responsible for Employee Assistance issues for IAM District 141 members and their families. The IAM EAP is an award winning peer assistance program that works in partnership with each company to ensure EAP services are offered in an appropriate and confidential manner to address mental and substance abuse issues. Bryan currently holds the following certifications: CEAP, (Certified Employee Assistance Professional), SAP (Substance Abuse Professional), LAP-C, (Certified Labor Assistance Professional), NCAC II, (National Certified Addiction Counselor).

Randi C. Wood LCSW, DCSW, CEAPRandi's Photo

Randi received her BA in psychology (1985) from the University of Colorado
and her MSW in social work (1987) from the University of Denver.  Her
credentials are as follows: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Diplomate in
Clinical Social Work, Certified Employee Assistance Professional, Certified Emotional Intelligence Coach, and Employee Assistance Coaching Specialist. She is also certified in Team Awareness, a workplace-based substance abuse prevention program. Randi has been an employee of the Colorado State Employee Assistance Program (C-SEAP) for the past twenty-five years, and has served as the Director since 1998. In addition to managing C-SEAP, she provides organizational consultation, crisis intervention, and training. Randi served as President of the Colorado Chapter of the Employee Assistance Professional Association (EAPA) from 2006-2009. She is currently serving on the EAPA Board as one of four US Directors; the Credit Union of Colorado Foundation Board as Vice President; and the Carson J. Spenser Foundation Working Minds Advisory Board. Randi has received the following awards: Colorado Bar Association’s Make It Your Business Corporate Champion Award (2004) for her efforts to address domestic violence in the workplace; the Daetwiler Award for Outstanding Employee Assistance Professional in Colorado (2007); the Colorado State Manager’s Association Outstanding Service Award (2010); and Peer Assistance Services Founder’s Award (2011) for her leadership in keeping substance use disorders in the forefront of health issues in Colorado and her commitment to integrating SBIRT into EAPs. Under her direction, C-SEAP received the Governor’s 2008 GEM (Government Efficiency Management) Award for demonstrating outstanding initiative and creativity resulting in improved customer service/cost savings; an award from SBIRT Colorado (2012) in recognition of the program’s efforts to further SBIRT as a standard of care in Colorado; and an award from the National Association of State Personnel Executives (2013) for improving the effectiveness and efficiency of state government through C-SEAP’s Workplace Outcomes Program.

 

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