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Jennifer has over 25 years’ experience in mental health and substance use disorder treatment from all facets; as a Program Director, Director of Operations, and Licensing and Accreditation Liaison for psychiatric hospitals, residential treatment facilities, and AHCA licensed institutions. Jennifer also serves on many non-profit boards and continues to work outreach to break the stigma of mental health and promote awareness, as well as work for a drug-free community.
Daisy has significant experience managing day-to-day hospital and health care operations. As Director of Compliance, she will use her strong experience in improving compliance with licensing and regulatory requirements, managing national quality measures, Joint Commission readiness, strategic planning, and medical utilization review. Daisy specializes in improving systems and processes, National Quality Measures, Licensing and Regulatory standards, and cost controls.
As Director of Clinical Services, Lauren is responsible for overseeing and directing all clinical departments, including oversight of Master’s level Primary Therapists, Case Manager, and Bachelor’s level Group Facilitators. Lauren coordinates therapeutic care, chart auditing, and ensures the safe and appropriate clinical treatment of our clients. Lauren is responsible for developing and overseeing group schedules, coordination of aftercare, and discharge planning. In addition, Lauren also conducts daily staff meetings and provides weekly supervision for clinicians to help strengthen and hone their skills. Her primary role as Clinical Director is management of her clinical team, facilitating groups, as well as holding a small caseload of clients. Holding a Master’s from Nova Southeastern, Lauren is a licensed marriage and family therapist and Master’s level CAP(Certified Addiction Professional). Having worked in the treatment field since 2014 providing individual, group and family therapy, and having been with our company since 2018, Lauren has a strong passion for helping those and the families of those suffering from addiction.
Alexandra Korotkevich Chief Executive Officer at We Level Up Treatment Center Pompano Beach, Florida, United States About: We Level Up was created to drive a moment of change. It is a lifestyle with the purpose to live in empowering beliefs through connection, authenticity, self-love, emotional integrity and service to others. Through this WLU offers personal development events, coaching and drug and alcohol treatment. Our vision is to help create legions of self-empowered individuals who are completely in control of their lives and destinies, enabling them to get what they desire from this life, experiencing it to their fullest, most liberating potential. Through these hosts of self-empowered, and self-aware individuals, we will see families that communicate with more love, trust, and caring for one another, businesses that thrive in ways never before thought possible, and friendships that reach new heights. We Level Up produces a liberation from the mental chains that bind us, and enable us to operate at our fullest capacity. Have you ever wondered why you’re always living the same patterns over and over, end up feeling like a victim, or making the same choices which always lead to stress, anguish, and inevitable upset? We Level up offers not an answer, but a solution to these grave dilemmas that face us on a daily basis. Education Nova Southeastern University Master of Business Administration 2007 – 2008 Nova Southeastern University Bachelor of Science 2004 – 2007
Adam Roth Executive Senior Vice President & CMO at We Level Up. A Florida native, Adam Roth has shown tireless dedication to working in the treatment community with sick and suffering clients for well over a decade. Currently, Adam holds the title of Senior Vice President at We Level Up, which oversees treatment facilities for mental health recovery and addiction treatment. Adam began his work in the recovery community at The Florida House Experience as an admissions executive where he was charged with communicating with clients. Along with answering their queries and those of their families to help find the help that they so deserve. Adam helped clients recover and facilitated in their success in recovery from clients’ lowest and most dire points of their lives to their successful recovery. Adam’s steadfast commitment to the treatment industry is unwavering. Adam possess incredible leadership ability. He passionately brings an uplifting spirit to We Level Up, overseeing multiple departments including logistical company operations, admissions and outreach teams, and in the hiring process. Whether in the treatment industry, in the Narcotics Anonymous community, or in his personal life, Adam puts helping others first. Adam, having recovered in 2008, continues to apply himself and lend his services to the recovery community. In any way he can, by encouraging others to work and live the recovery steps of Narcotics Anonymous. He dedicated his personal time to actively sponsoring others in recovery, in addition to his primary job duties. Proving that wherever he is, he lives to help and lift up others. Volunteer Experience: Volunteer Staff at Habitat for Humanity Social Services. Painted houses, helped with construction, community outreach Abandonment Pet Rescue Volunteer Staff Abandonment Pet Rescue. Animal Welfare.
About Ryan Zofay Ryan Zofay is most passionate about sharing his practical lessons that change lives. As a successful entrepreneur and motivational speaker he teaches development strategies that measurably improve performance, connection and overall mindset. Using the teachings of his own successes and tribulations, Ryan has a unique ability to facilitate deep change for individuals and organizations. Ryan gave every ounce of his being to finding a way to become the person he envisioned himself being. He completed an incredible 1500 hours of personal development training and experiential therapy workshops. He began implementing personal development principles, rituals and routines into his own organizations. Quickly he saw an extraordinary change in morale, effective leadership, team connection and overall performance. He saw the power of healing through vulnerability and built personal bonds with members of his team and community he wouldn’t otherwise have. His goal is to create a world where everyone can be empowered, know that they are enough, feel safe and be fulfilled. Ryan is living a life of purpose and believes “if you’re not living every day with a sense of purpose then you’re not living”. GIVING TUESDAY Ryan pledged to match donations this past Giving Tuesday for Hospitality Helping Hands. Hospitality Helping Hands began distributing groceries in West Palm Beach and within weeks has become one of the largest sources for families seeking support in the state. The challenge was EXCEEDED and 110k was raised which fed 170,000 families! The cause is still going. Despite our social distance, we are still in this together.