Our Staff

About Us

Daniele Minock, RN, PHN, BSN

Daniele took on the role of coalition facilitator in March of 2020. Previously she worked as a Public Health Nurse and Public Health Program Manager for the County of Siskiyou for 23 years. She served as the chairperson of the Siskiyou Substance Abuse Coalition (SSAC) for a 2-year term and facilitated the Siskiyou County Tobacco Advisory Board for approximately 20 years. She is very pleased to be working with this well-established coalition of professionals and community members working to reduce morbidity and mortality related to opioid use.

Daniele Minock, RN, PHN, BSN

Michelle O’Gorman, MBA

Michelle O’Gorman has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon. For the past 20 years she has been operating the Siskiyou Community Resource Collaborative, bringing the Hub Communities Family Resource Center under their umbrella in 2006; and the Dunsmuir Community Resource Center in 2012; the Mt. Shasta Community Resource Center and the Family & Community Resource Center of Weed in 2018; and Scott Valley Family Resource Center in 2020 — bringing the total number of sites to six.

During this time, Michelle has managed the fiscal, programmatic, and human resources for the organization. Michelle was selected as a Resource Specialist by the Ford Family Foundation and was trained for over a year in Grant writing, Collaboration Building and Grants Management.

MICHELLE O’GORMAN, MBA siskiyou opioid safety coalition staff

Maggie Shepard, RN, MS

Maggie served as coalition facilitator from its inception in August of 2016 to February of 2020. Before that time, she worked for over 30 years for the Siskiyou County Office of Education as a school nurse and coordinator of prevention services. She is passionate about educating youth and the general public about the science of addiction and promoting knowledge of addiction as a treatable chronic illness and not a moral failing. Although currently attempting to retire, she continues to perform community outreach activities for the coalition.

In her spare time, you can find her in her vegetable garden or hiking with her husband, David.

 Maggie Shepard, RN, MS siskiyou opioid safety coalition staff

Doreileen A Reynolds (Dori)

Dori has always been a humanitarian. She provides support for people, helping them improve their quality of life and figuring out how to reduce their suffering. She feels that everyone brings unique qualities to the world and believes that everyone is equal, regardless of race, gender, or other factors. Her goal has always been to maintain human dignity, save lives, and relieve suffering as much as possible.

Dori is involved with the local warming shelters and is currently the President of the local Beacon of Hope Gospel Rescue mission. She is pleased to be working with the Siskiyou Opioid Safety Coalition because she has seen how opioids can cause trauma, death, and destroy families. Being involved means she can help make a difference in the lives of Siskiyou County families.

Dori currently works at the Yreka Resource Center for the Siskiyou Community Resource Collaborative, as the assistant to the Director, and is the current Program Manager for SOSC. Her daily work involves helping people find the resources they need to survive. Hobbies include growing flowers and food, knitting, crocheting, sewing, and doing arts and crafts with her family.

Doreileen A Reynolds

Chrissy Montgomery, BA

Chrissy has been working locally in our community for many years in service to those who need help. Chrissy started her journey of helping others as a profession during her time at College of the Siskiyous. From there, she went on to the Siskiyou Community Resource Collaborative, where she has facilitated many different groups such as Nurturing Parenting and Girls Circle.

Chrissy has experience working with all ages and different backgrounds. She believes in a holistic approach to living and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. When working with clients in recovery, Chrissy believes that all parts of the person’s life are important to the healing journey.

Chrissy serves as the Recovery Advocate for the Coalition.  Siskiyou Recovery Advocate Program (PDF).

In her free time, Chrissy enjoys cooking and sharing creative recipes with the ones she loves.

Chrissy Montgomery, BA siskiyou opioid safety coalition staff