Board of Directors

Voices of Hope Board of Directors are individuals in recovery, family members and allies who support recovery initiatives in Maryland. They are passionate about advocating for the health and wellness of families who have faced substance use disorder. They make sure Voices of Hope programs follow our mission and that we remain financially sound. For more information about our Board of Directors, or information about joining our Board, please call 443-907-3283.

John Corrigan, Treasurer – After receiving his BA from Wittenberg University in 1988, John went on to achieve success in the business world as both an employee and as a business owner. He developed his foundation of overall business practices with a specialty in sales methodology with companies such as Time Warner, MCI Telecommunications and KPMG Consulting. In 2011 John launched his behavioral health career as a department supervisor at Ashley Addiction Treatment in Havre de Grace, MD. John transitioned from clinical operations to community outreach, assuming treatment consultant roles for American Addiction Centers and Recovery Centers of America. From 2018 to the present John has assumed leadership roles as National Business Development Director with Delphi Behavioral Health Group, Vice President of Sales at FinPay, LLC and currently as Director of Business Development and Marketing at Meadow Wood Behavioral Health Hospital in New Castle, DE. As an active participant in the recovery community, John strives to be a voice for those who often remain voiceless due to SUD and other mental health conditions.

Corren Johnson, Secretary – Corren is the Financial Administrator at Voices of Hope. She is responsible for recording the minutes and keeping track of all adjustments for the Board. She is a lifelong resident of Cecil County and a proud Mom of two boys. Corren has passion to help those in her community struggling with addiction and the stigma that comes along with it.

Shauna McGough – has a Masters Degree in Social Work and is a Licensed Social Worker for the state of Maryland. Specializing in addiction and trauma, trained in EMDR. Currently working as a Medical Social Worker for Amedisys Hospice. Professional history working as an Outpatient Mental Health Psychotherapist and Inpatient Addiction Specialist with both primary and relapse patients and family system. Shauna is a proud wife, mother and person in long term recovery whom lives and serves others in Cecil County and surrounding areas.

Wendy Beck lives in Harford County and is the Founder and Executive Director of Rage Against Addiction, located in Harford County, Maryland. The organization was founded based on the understanding that no family is immune to addiction and that it can affect the whole family as well. She devotes her time and energy by promoting addiction education to the families. She also works closely with other addiction advocacy groups to combine strengths in advancing awareness for drug addiction and helping erase the stigma surrounding it. Wendy is the author of Christmas Angel, a children’s book about grief after the loss of a loved one. This story was lovingly written in memory of her own daughter Kelsea who lost her battle with addiction. Wendy was celebrated at the 2016 Harford County’s Most Beautiful People Awards, she received a Shining Light Award and was also a nominee for the county’s Most Beautiful People Award.

Terri Gentry – I am currently Executive Director of an outpatient substance abuse treatment center. I bring over 14 years of experience in the mental health and substance abuse field. Having witnessed firsthand the devastating impact of addiction through the loss of my brother to an overdose in 2022, I am deeply committed to advocating for improved treatment options and barrier-free access to substance abuse services. My personal journey has fueled my mission to change societal perceptions surrounding addiction, and I am dedicated to ensuring that individuals struggling with addiction receive the support and resources they need to thrive.

Shawnna Johnson – With a Master of Science degree and LGPC licensure, Shawnna currently holds positions as the Coordinator for the Family Recovery Support Program at the Baltimore County Circuit Court and serves as a Rehabilitation Specialist with People Inspiring People and H.O.P.E. Therapeutics. Her career trajectory reflects a commitment to supporting individuals and families through various challenges and transitions. Passionate about community engagement, Shawnna actively contributes to various organizations and initiatives. She serves as the Vice Chair for the Edgewood Joppatowne Independence Day Committee, a Board Member for the Harford Democratic Club, and the Secretary for the Edgewood High School Band Boosters. Additionally, she plays a pivotal role in fundraising and campaign coordination for her husband’s political endeavors. Beyond her professional and community commitments, Shawnna finds joy in crafting and cooking, which serve as outlets for her creativity and relaxation, amidst her busy schedules. Overall, Shawnna T. Johnson exemplifies dedication, compassion, and leadership in both her professional endeavors and community involvement.

Morgan D. – Currently works for the Office of Personnel Management within the Healthcare and Insurance Division as a Program Specialist. She provides program support to Tribal organizations participating in the Federal Employee Health Benefit program. Prior to that she was the Aging and Disability Resource Manager with the Cecil County (MD) Department of Community Services. In that role, she supervised staff providing community-based support and services through case management, counseling, and advocacy. Morgan previously worked as a Child Support Incentive Program Case Manager, also for Cecil County. Morgan lives in Cecil County with her husband and son.

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