Executive Director | Jessi Hans
Jessi Hans has worked in the human services field since 2004. The majority of her experience has been serving teens and adults seeking assistance with substance abuse, trauma, mental illness, and behavioral disorders in a residential setting. She is a collaborative force, bringing all sectors to the table for the most effective solutions in housing and other needs related to homelessness. Secondarily, Jessi strives to challenge the status quo of the nonprofit arena through innovative concepts. She also serves on the Board of Spectrum Healthcare and the Yavapai Justice & Mental Health Coalition. She was recently named Women of the Year by Prescott Area Leadership. Born and raised in Iowa, Jessi earned her B.F.A. at Northwest Missouri State University, she’s enjoyed living in Arizona since 2005. She has a wife, Lea, and three young children, Jonas, Sailee, and Keagan. Jessi enjoys quality time with family, traveling, reading, creating art, and singing.
Assistant Director | Allison Lenocker
Allison Lenocker is the assistant director at CCJ. She is a native Phoenician and moved to Prescott Valley in 2011. Allison started her work experience at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Illinois as an intern to the head of computing. She attended Glendale Community College and studied Recreation with a focus on working with adults with developmental disabilities. Allison’s experience includes working for the City of Peoria Adaptive Recreation Programs in the Adult Day Program for nine years. During that time she coached almost every Special Olympic sport (self-proclaimed high five queen!) and provided respite care for clients. Upon moving to Prescott Valley, Allison began working with at-risk adolescent girls at Mingus Mountain Academy. During her seven years there, she held many positions, but spent the majority of her time administratively directing group homes in Prescott Valley, Dewey and Phoenix. Today, Allison is honored to have joined the CCJ family. She is a proud wife to her husband Cameron and devoted mom to their two small dogs. In her spare time she enjoys Golden Girl trivia nights and collecting all things vintage Volkswagon.
Human Resources & Finance Director | Tasha Rosander
Tasha grew up on a small reservation in Washington state where she began working as a caregiver, learning that helping people was her passion. That experience lead her to Seattle where she started volunteering at Youth Suicide Prevention and eventually became the administrative assistant. Through suicide prevention she leaned into an advocacy role at a Youth Shelter. Tasha moved to Prescott recently and found a home at CCJ as an Advocate, working one-on-one to help individuals overcome homelessness. She favors her bed and self-improvement.
Shelter Services Supervisor | Amy Marshall
Amy Marshall is the Stagger Straight Shelter Supervisor at CCJ. She has been a resident of Prescott since 2007. She began her community involvement in 2016, as the ‘Yavapai Re Entry Project’ Program Assistant and Alumni. Along with much success, Amy has held the position of a Yavapai County Health Educator thru MATFORCE educating youth in the public schools and Juvenile Detention Center about the harms and dangers of using drugs and alcohol. She credits her past poor choices and mistakes in which she can now help others in uncomfortable situations.
Amy attended Rio Salado Community College and Yavapai Community College with a desire in Behavioral and Social Science and Human Services. Amy’s passion and strength are to ‘Help People Help Themselves’ and which is easy to live out at CCJ. Amy believes that ending homelessness is achievable and with a little hope and continued support. In her free time Amy enjoys doing absolutely nothing, which is a treat in itself.
Jared Romig began his career in the credit card/corporate credit industry immediately after high school. The next 15 years were spent primarily in leadership roles which cleared his path to be a department lead with a fortune 500 corporation. Jared’s career success was not cohesive with his personal struggle with drug addiction. After losing all he had attained, Jared’s new reality was a life of homelessness, in and out of jail. Jared knew that drastic changes were needed as this was not the life he had intended. He relocated to Prescott in 2017 to initiate that change and, shortly after, stared his employment at the CCJ Thrift Store. CCJ gave him a second chance and, three years later, he transitioned into his new position as an advocate. He is a proud graduate of the Yavapai County Drug Court. He is a recent honors graduate from Yavapai College and will continue his education at NAU to pursue his Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies in Applied Human Behavior. These days, Jared prefers the simple life. He loves spending time outdoors or relaxing at home with is partner and their two cats. Family is very important to him and he loves to visit Salt Lake City as often as he can.
Kellyn joined the CCJ team in early 2021. She is a Prescott local and has maintained community connections for over 20 years. Kellyn briefly worked in real estate before beginning a career in mental/behavioral health. She has mainly worked with adolescents that are considered at risk as a behavioral health case manager at Mingus Mountain Academy. Kellyn prides herself on building long lasting relationships with clients and other professionals in her field. She is a positive-minded individual that strives to create a welcoming community during interactions. Kellyn’s primary passion is raising her young son, Augie, and helping him grow and thrive in his environment.
Home Repair Coordinator/Maintenance & Facilities | Cameron Lenocker
Cameron Lenocker grew up in Phoenix, Arizona and moved to the Prescott area in 2006. He has previously worked for various manufacturing companies and built mining conveyors, windows, and guitar amplifiers. He has always found satisfaction in creating,repairing and helping people getting things working again. He is a proud husband to his wife, Allison, and dogfather to his loving pets. Hobbies include the 4 “V’s”… vinyl, video games, Volkswagens, and anything vintage.
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