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Monica Rousseau

Board Chairperson

Monica Rousseau is the Community Engagement Coordinator for Baycare Behavioral Health. In this role, Monica coordinates community collaborative projects to improve behavioral health in Tampa Bay and analyzes policies for their implications on community health. Monica has been working in public health education, coalition building, program development, evaluation, and advocacy since 2011. Prior to working for ASAP in 2014, Monica worked for the Florida Department of Health in Pasco County, taught undergraduate public health courses at USF, and served as a research associate in South Texas. Monica has her Master’s degree in Public Health from USF and is currently working on her doctorate degree in public health. She has strong passions for empowering communities and giving back to Pasco County.

Tracy Kaly

Tracy Kaly


Tracey Kaly is  the Director of Operations at BayCare Behavioral Health. She oversees clinical operations of mental health and substance use services for adults and children at multiple sites within the BayCare continuum of care. Tracey has been in a senior leadership role with BayCare for over 15 years working hands on in the areas of clinical program development, implementation of specialized initiatives, writing of grants and research projects, community development and clinical supervision model development/implementation. She has been a member of ASAP since its inception in 2006 and has served as a board chair person and subsequent member since 2009. She is a Florida Gator and is the proud parent of Brenna, Luke, and Jackson.

Art Rowand


Mr. Rowand is a retired sergeant and supervisor from Pasco Sheriff's Office Selective Traffic Enforcement Patrol, commonly known as the STEP Unit. The STEP Unit concentrates on DUI enforcement and other traffic violations known to cause traffic crashes. He has been with the Pasco Sheriff's Office for over 26 years and has 30 years in Law Enforcement. He has two daughters and is a native Floridian.

Kelly Mothershead

Board Member at Large

Kelly is The community relations manager at Pepin Academies-Pasco, she has a strong back ground in Community Relations and many direct connections to the businesses and families in our community. She was raised right here in Pasco county and continues to own a business here. Kelly is a real estate agent with the Pick your new Home team at Keller Williams . Kelly is an active member in many organizations including local Chambers of Commerce, Rotary and networking groups.
She has a strong background in communications and community relations with her current business, as well as with other large companies in the area. Her main focus has been working with community organizations to increase fundraising efforts and awareness.
Kelly won the title of Volunteer of the year in Wesley Chapel for 2014 and Small Business of the year in 2013. She also won New Business of the year in 2014 for Central Pasco Chamber. Kelly was a finalist in 2013 and 2015 for the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s Business woman of the year.

Phil Cohen

Board Member at Large

Leslie Gervase

Leslie Gervase

Board Member at Large

Leslie joined the ASAP Coalition in 2012. She works for Morton Plant North Bay Hospital as the Advanced Patient Care Leader and coordinates care transitions for a group of acute care patients in the inpatient setting from admission to discharge. She has been a clinical nurse for over thirty years, with a focus on medical-surgical, cardiovascular, and pain management nursing, and is a board certified nurse in medical-surgical nursing and pain management nursing. As a Masters prepared Nurse Educator, she develops evidenced based programs that focus on substance abuse education needs for patients, caregivers and clinicians and the complex needs of this population. Leslie has completed nursing research in pain management in the acute care setting, and is expanding her research knowledge within the hospital and in the community setting. She has worked with local, state and national legislators in areas related to pain management and substance abuse disorders to allow decision makers understand the complexities of substance abuse disorders of all types. With ASAP, she has collaborated with coalition members to develop a community-wide education plan about home medication safety for the community, and is now focusing on stigma and communication strategies that are important to patients, caregivers, and clinicians, with a focus on resilience and compassion fatigue. These evidenced-based practice initiatives have been discussed locally and nationally.

Summer Robertson

Board Member at Large

Summer Robertson currently serves as Deputy Chief of Staff for Florida’s 12th Congressional District, held by United States Congressman Gus Bilirakis. In this capacity, she directly oversees day-to-day operations of the District, coordinates media responses, supervises casework and serves as a senior policy advisor.  She is the primary liaison between the Congressional office and other federal agencies.  Ms. Robertson has over 17 years of experience working at all levels of government.  Prior to serving in her current position, Ms. Robertson worked in the Communications & Government Relations Department of the District School Board of Pasco County.  In this role, she functioned as the official spokesperson for the school system.  She handled all press inquiries, coordinated public relations and directed the government affairs division for the eleventh largest school system in the state of Florida.  Ms. Robertson also worked for the Florida State Legislature as a Chief Legislative Aide for many years, including an assignment as Chief Legislative Aide for then State Representative Gus Bilirakis.  She has extensive experience in public policy and understands how to navigate local, state and federal bureaucracies in order to advocate for the needs of constituents and her community.  In addition to her official duties, Ms. Robertson serves as Vice-Chairman of the Homeless Coalition of Pasco, Vice-Chairman of the United Way of Pasco, Chairman for PACE Center for Girls Board of Directors, and as a newly appointed board member on the Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention.  She also volunteers with the American Cancer Society, Metropolitan Ministries Advisory Board, and the Cinderella Project.   She was twice recognized as Administrator of the Year by her peers at the School Board.  Ms. Robertson is a proud graduate of the University of South Florida and holds an MBA in Health Care Administration from Saint Leo University.

Billy Major, Public Defender's Office

Board Member at Large

Capt. Mike Jenkins, Pasco Sherrif's Office, Special Investigations Division

Board Member at Large

Captain Mike Jenkins began his law enforcement career with the Pasco Sheriff’s Office in October of 2000. During his tenure at the PSO, Mike has been privileged to serve in a wide variety of law enforcement capacities, to include:

  • Deputy, Field Training Officer (FTO), Corporal, Sergeant, FTO Sergeant and Lieutenant in Road Patrol
  • Corporal in the School Resource Officer Unit
  • Detective in Secondary Victims, Juvenile Investigations, Narcotics, and Major Crimes
  • Inspector in the Professional Standards / Internal Affairs Unit
  • In May of 2015, Mike was promoted to Captain and assumed command of District III Patrol – Trinity District. In January of 2017, Mike was selected to serve as the Commander of the Special Investigations Division.

Mike has been recognized as a criminal street gang expert in the Sixth Judicial Circuit and has taught at conferences sponsored by the Department of Justice and the Florida Gang Investigators Association on the topic of Criminal Street Gangs Investigations.  Additionally, Mike has served as an Adjunct Professor for the University of North Florida, teaching the subject of Police Internal Affairs and Interview and Interrogation Techniques for IA Investigators. These classes were held across the United States under the oversight of UNF’s Institute of Police Technology & Management. Mike served as an Executive Board Member of the National Internal Affairs Investigators Association from 2011 – 2015, and served as President of the NIAIA from 2013 – 2014. Mike has a B.A. degree in Biblical Studies from Trinity College of Florida and has been married to his wife Angela for over twenty years. Mike and Angela have six children together and have lived in Pasco County since 1997.

Colleen Beaudoin, Pasco County School Board Member

Board Member at Large

Colleen Beaudoin is a mother of three and has 30 years of experience as an educator.  She is passionate about providing every child the opportunity to be successful in school so they have the tools they need to excel in whatever path they choose. She is committed to working with community leaders to help support students and families.
In addition to serving as the District 2 School Board Member for Pasco County Schools, Mrs. Beaudoin is an Instructor of Mathematics at The University of Tampa.  She is a member of the Florida School Boards Association, Mathematics Association of America, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Florida Council of Teachers of Mathematics, National Society for Experiential Education, and serves on the Tourette Association of America Education Advisory Board. Mrs. Beaudoin received her B.S. in Mathematics Education from the University of South Florida and her M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from The University of Tampa.

Joseph Resnick

Board Member at Large

Joseph D. Resnick joined Premier Community HealthCare Group, Inc. as the Chief Executive Officer in 2014. As CEO, Resnick is focused on the impact of the health care reform by improving operations, with emphasis the patient experience and strengthening the workforce of Premier. He is also dedicated to improving the health center business model which includes communicating the health center’s strategic plan to the community-at-large.
Prior to joining Premier, Mr. Resnick served in several leadership positions with Women’s Care Florida - Insignia Care for Women, Florida Hospital North Pinellas, Ankle & Foot Center of Tampa Bay, and Tampa General Hospital. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tampa and a Masters in Healthcare Administration through the University of South Florida’s College of Public Health.
Resnick and his wife (Erika) have made the Tampa Bay area their home and stay busy raising four children together. He enjoys an active lifestyle which includes traveling, volunteering, running, musical festivals and outdoor adventures.   

Mike Napier

Board Member at Large

Mike Napier is the Health Officer for the Florida Department of Health in Pasco County. For nearly 30 years Mike’s public health career has spanned two states and nine county health departments. He was drawn to Pasco for the opportunities and challenges facing public health in the county along with its potential to expand community partnering to improve health. He has focused on organizational performance, community collaboration and implementing change to positively impact health outcomes.
Mike has demonstrated leadership beyond county boundaries having been president of the Florida Association of County Health Officers (FACHO), president of the Florida Public Health Association (FPHA) as well as president of the Florida Association of County Health Department Business Administrators. He holds an associate degree in biology from the State University of New York at Cobleskill, a Bachelor of Professional Studies degree from Barry University, and a Master of Science degree in health sciences from the University of Central Florida.


Melissa Fuller, Circuit 6 Chief Probation Officer

Board Member at Large

Melissa Fuller has a bachelor’s of science degree in Criminology form the University of Florida and a Masters Certificate in Children’s Mental Health from the University of South Florida.  She has been with the Department of Juvenile Justice since 2004 and has been the Circuit 6 Chief Probation Officer for almost three years.  Her passion for working with children started in elementary school when she volunteered at the special Olympics; since that time, she has studied and worked to find ways to help improve the lives of the youth in our community.

Kimberly Price, Community Services Director, Shelter Operations Chief-EOC

Board Member at Large

Kimberly Price is the Community Services Director of Pasco County Board of County Commissioners.  She has worked as a Community Leader and Social Services advocate for over 20 years. She has held positions in State and Federal government implementing policies and raising awareness of the needs of the community, working with Department of Children and Families as a Regional Development Director for Children’s Home Society of FL and serving as their Greater Lakeland Board Chair.  She currently serves on the Mid Florida Board of Directors, Suncoast Health Council Board and Children’s Home Society of FL’s Board, as well as act as an advisor for the Pasco County Human Trafficking Commission.
Ms. Price holds a Master’s of Science degree in Disaster and Crisis Management as well as an MBA specializing in Human Resources. She is also a Certified Professional Life Coach providing clients with the tools needed to grow and enrich their lives.
When she’s not working Ms. Price and her husband partake in triathlons/cycling events in the Tampa Bay Area supporting various local charities focused on domestic violence and childhood trauma.


Monica Rousseau

Chrissie Parris

Interim ASAP Coordinator

Chrissie is the interim ASAP Coordinator. She is also the Community Health Coordinator for BayCare Behavioral Health; in this position, she oversees the Community Health Activation Team (C.H.A.T.) and prevention services.  Chrissie and her team work closely with the schools, jail, and community partners to implement evidence-based strategies addressing substance abuse prevention with a holistic approach.  Chrissie’s interest in prevention began when she was a volunteer for a 24-hour crisis hotline and drop-in center at a staff run, grassroots organization in central Pennsylvania.  She went on to work in substance abuse prevention and intervention for 17 years, including 5 years as the ASAP coordinator.  She is a proud graduate of Penn State University and loves to travel.

Christine Duncan

Communications Coordinator

Christine Duncan is a local business professional that was born and raised in Pasco County. A graduate of Zephyrhills High-School, she has a long history of event coordination with philanthropic, recovery and faith-based organizations. Christine currently resides in West Pasco with her husband and two daughters.  In her role with ASAP, she is responsible for coordinating community events and establishing and maintaining communication between members, staff, press and the general public.

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