Molly Clauss, Vice President
Molly has been with Save the Michaels since 2015. Molly is a trained recovery coach. Molly worked for 32 years as a classroom teacher at the Elmwood Franklin School in Buffalo, NY. Her new career at Save the Michaels allows Molly to work collaboratively with Erie County, New York State, and NYS-OASAS, and coordinate programs at Save the Michaels with all three entities. You can reach Molly at [email protected] or by calling (716) 984-8375
Janet Gaskin, Case Manager
Janet is the face of Save the Michaels for most of the families we assist with treatment placement. Her position as STM Case Manager allows Janet to work with city drug courts and Buffalo Opiate Court and then coordinate with treatment facilities all over New York State. Her compassion and attention to detail make her a natural fit for Save the Michaels. You can reach Janet at [email protected] or by calling (716) 984-8375,
Ryan Hudson, Assistant Case Manager and Peer Coordinator
Ryan is a trained Recovery Coach/Peer Advocate and has been with Save The Michaels since 2018. Ryan is an Assistant Case Manager and also runs the Peer Group activities. Ryan graduated from Lancaster High School and attended MCC for Business and Marketing. Ryan and his fiancé Allie are expecting their first child, Lincoln, in May. He is a diehard Buffalo Bills and New York Yankees Fan. Ryan also enjoys playing golf. You can reach Ryan at [email protected] or by calling (716) 984-8375.
Philip Luzio, Staff Photographer
Phil has been with Save the Michaels since its inception in June 2011. He served as Vice President and now serves as Event Coordinator. Phil served in the U.S. Military from 1966 to 1968 and is retired from the Niagara Frontier Transit Authority.
Annmarie (“Angel") Bailey, Administrative Assistant and Grant Writer
Angel earned her Ed.M in 2001 from SUNY at Buffalo. Angel’s current position as part-time STM Administrative Assistant allows her to support all STM initiatives, both within the office walls, and beyond. Angel's passion to give back to the community is fueled by having lost her nephew last summer to addiction. Angel loves listening to music, practicing meditation, walking her dogs and spending time with her husband and three teenage boys. You can reach Angel at [email protected] or by calling (716) 984-8375.