Staff

Fawn Montanye

Executive Director / Network Coordinator

fawn@vtrecoverynetwork.org

Fawn Montanye recently moved from upstate New York, joining the Vermont Recovery Network as Executive Director/Network Coordinator. Fawn offers professional and experiential knowledge of recovery oriented systems of care, non-profit management, quality assurance and regulatory compliance. As an individual in sustained recovery, she is committed to seeing everyone in recovery maintain what they have worked to achieve by helping to ensure that peer-based recovery community centers thrive in their communities. Fawn is a natural connector; she enjoys cultivating new relationships and seeing everyone succeed. Her goal is to be part of the creation of a community rooted in collaboration, which exists to support the goals of its members. Fawn’s personal commitment to her recovery led her to become a certified CCAR RCA and Ethics trainer, and obtain additional peer-based recovery certifications.  Fawn and her teenage children believe ‘living recovery is prevention in action’. Together, they live the mantra; Aspire. Believe. Achieve.


Nielle Roselip

Administrative Assistant

nielle@vtrecoverynetwork.org

Nielle Roselip joins the Vermont Recovery Network with an avid drive to help promote and support all programs within our organization. She feels anyone with the determination, the commitment and the right support can achieve sobriety. Nielle comes from a position in Human Resources where she was an advocate for the company’s employees. Devoted to her own personal sobriety, she is excited to begin advocating for the VRN and the dedicated Recovery Centers we work with.


Chelsea Boston

Programs Coordinator

chelsea@vtrecoverynetwork.org

Chelsea Boston is a Social Work student at Champlain College, with an Associate’s Degree in Human Services. She began her career working in direct service at a local homeless shelter, where she helped a diverse population of clients to find employment, services, and housing. She is excited to be moving into an administrative position as the new Programs Coordinator, and to continue assisting those who are affected by addiction.