EAPA-Chesapeake Chapter Officers, 2021-2022

 

Nicole Hanratty, CEAP, SAP, President 
Nicole is the Senior Manager of the Account Services Department for American Substance Abuse Professionals (ASAP), which provides nationwide drug-free workplace services to federally regulated and non-regulated companies.  She has been with ASAP since 2003.  As an account liaison, Ms. Hanratty has worked closely with client companies in each of the DOT transportation modes and the nuclear industry to create and implement drug-free workplace programs.  She has collaborated on and facilitated numerous presentations about Reasonable Suspicion Testing, Emerging Drugs, Problems in Drug Testing, and the DOT SAP process for many organizations (e.g., the Texas American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, Catholic Charities of Washington, D.C., the Chesapeake Chapter of EAPA). 








David Dunkel, Vice President 

Dave is the Community Relations Representative for Retreat Behavioral Health, a premiere dual diagnosis treatment program with locations in Lancaster, PA and Palm Beach, Fl. www.retreat.com. David has been involved with EAPA Chesapeake Chapter since 2016. 







Vice President, David Dunkel is the Community Relations Representative for Retreat Behavioral Health, a premiere dual diagnosis treatment program with locations in Lancaster, PA and Palm Beach, Fl. www.retreat.com David has been involved with EAPA Chesapeake Chapter since 2016. 

Janice Zimmerman, LCSW-CEAP, SAP, Treasurer

Janice works as the internal EAP Counselor for Baltimore County Public Schools.  She has 18 years of experience in the EAP field and many years in Child Welfare as well.  She has been a member of EAPA-Chesapeake Chapter for about 12 years.She finds her membership in our Chapter rewarding and really treasures her Chapter friends and colleagues.  


Treasurer Janice Zimmerman, LCSW-CEAP, SAP
works as the internal EAP Counselor for
Baltimore County Public Schools. She has
18 years of experience in the EAP field and
many years in Child Welfare as well.
She has been a member of
EAPA-Chesapeake Chapter for about 12 years.
She finds her membership in our Chapter rewarding and
really treasures her Chapter friends and colleagues.
Treasurer Janice Zimmerman, LCSW-CEAP, SAP
works as the internal EAP Counselor for
Baltimore County Public Schools. She has
18 years of experience in the EAP field and
many years in Child Welfare as well.
She has been a member of
EAPA-Chesapeake Chapter for about 12 years.
She finds her membership in our Chapter rewarding and
really treasures her Chapter friends and colleagues.

Kathleen Crowley, LCSW, ACSW, CEAP, Secretary

Kathleen is the EAP Clinical Supervisor for Adventist Healthcare’s LifeWork Strategies Employee Assistance Program where she oversees the mental health for Adventist Healthcare’s 6,000 employees as well as over 80 external organizations.  She is a highly effective and seasoned clinician with almost 30 years of direct clinical practice.  She attended and earned her Master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Stockton University (known then as the Richard Stockton State College in Southern New Jersey) where her internships gave her such diverse experiences as working with the Housing Authority in Atlantic City and on an inpatient locked co-ed psychiatric ward of a State Hospital for a full year.  Following graduate school, she was invited to present her research to the American Society of Aging’s annual conference in Atlanta, Georgia.  This experience sparked her passion for public speaking on important subject matters related to mental health.  During her time as a Consultant with the United States Postal Service Employee Assistance Program (EAP), she was appointed to the Executive Training Team (a team of 3) and traveled throughout the United States to educate and speak to subjects pertaining to organizational psychology.  Currently, she is the EAP Clinical Supervisor for Adventist Healthcare’s LifeWork Strategies Employee Assistance Program where she oversees the mental health for Adventist Healthcare’s 6,000 employees as well as over 80 external organizations.