Our Staff

Kelly Connelly

Kelly joined the Addiction Prevention Coalition team in September 2014, bringing with her eight years of nonprofit experience in fundraising, event planning, and development. As Director of Operations she oversees the daily operations of the organization as well as planning events and coordinating volunteers. Prior to APC, Kelly was Campaigns and Events Manager for a national organization and has also worked in corporate development in the healthcare industry. 

Kelly is originally from Mobile, Alabama. She graduated from Auburn University with a B.A. in Sociology. 

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Angela Dollison

Angela, Prevention Support Specialist, grew up in Demopolis, Al. She graduated from University of Alabama at Birmingham with a B.S. in Community Health Education. She has five years of experience in the nonprofit sector, and has worked in several school systems in the Birmingham area implementing prevention programs. She believes with support and the right tools and resources our children have the power to create a better future for us all.

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Megan Lamneck

Megan Lamneck, Prevention Support Specialist, is a recent graduate of Samford University with a B.A. in Human Development and Family Science. As a result of witnessing family members, friends and peers struggling with addiction, Megan is passionate about helping young adults learn decision-making skills in hopes of a brighter future. 

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Danny Molloy

Danny Molloy, Brand Ambassador, grew up right outside of Boston Mass. Through various life trials, he began to make some poor choices which led him  into a 15 year addiction to drugs and alcohol. After multiple rehabs and hospital stays, he came to Alabama and asked God to change his life. In  2009, Danny graduated from the Foundry in Bessemer, Alabama. He is very involved in the community and shares his powerful story at schools, rehabs,  and various venues throughout the community. At the APC, he works on video production and graphic design as well as social media communications  and public speaking. Danny believes that we all have choices to make everyday that will affect the future, and it is never too late to start making the right  ones. He believes that recovery and prevention are possible.

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Vivian Lokey Tucker

Vivian Lokey Tucker is a graduate of the University of Alabama with a B.S. in Human Services. She has 16 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. 
The Addiction Prevention Coalition provides support to a cause close to Vivian’s heart. In 2008, she discovered her daughter Mallie, had become trapped in a web of drug and alcohol addiction. Because of their tremendous support system Mallie’s chances for success, in recovery, exponentially improved.
Vivian is excited to have the opportunity to expand awareness of the great support system offered by the APC to Central Alabama. By attacking the root of the problem of addiction, in the high school Code Red prevention groups and addressing the fruit of the problem of addiction, with resources for families, APC is poised to change the culture in our local and surrounding cities. 

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