About the author
Jodi is a graduate of the University of Phoenix and Community College of Allegheny County. She earned degrees in psychology, human service management and is a certified life and recovery coach. With nearly twenty years of experience in direct patient care and operational management within the behavioral healthcare field, Jodi's true passion lies in the treatment and understanding of addiction. She strives to have those hard conversations and faces each day as it comes.
She knew early in her career that she would devote her life and professional skills to helping those battling this potentially deadly disease. Jodi's life journey — along with her educational training and devoted time and care for families and their loved ones in both inpatient and outpatient settings — affords her to be recognized as an expert in the field.
Jodi has partnered with BBC News to compile and complete two documentaries on how the disease of addiction has impacted families and taken the lives of loved ones in the United States. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G41tth_vd4E
She has served as senior executive director of operations, national integration of administration, learning transformation expert, and physician service manager in the mental health and substance abuse industry.
Jodi is founder/CEO of Virtual Hope, an organization that unites families, friends, loved ones, and professionals by providing daily support and education on how to best understand and make healthy choices while battling this deadly disease.
Virtual Hope Corporation
5036 Dr. Phillips Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32819
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You will often hear me say, "I will not apologize for my passion and true love for others. Rather, I will forever honor what God has given me through it all. Let's walk this out together!"