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The McShin Foundation Staff

The McShin Foundation is available around the clock for those who are ready to begin or continue their recovery.

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The McShin Foundation is an authentic peer-to-peer organization, meaning that nearly all of our staff members have lived experience of substance use disorders and recovery. With our recovery programs in Richmond Virginia, you can get the help you need.


Honesty Liller CPRS | Chief Executive Officer

Honesty Liller is a woman in long-term recovery from addiction. She has been drug and alcohol free since May 27, 2007. Honesty's mission as CEO is firmly rooted in community outreach and involvement. She gets to walk in her purpose every day helping those in the community heal from their addiction. She is responsible for community and fundraising events, advocacy, public relations, and is a Recovery Coach to females in our program. Best Selling Author of Scattered Pink.

Jesse Wysocki CPRS | Chief Operating Officer

Jesse Wysocki is the Chief Operating Officer of The McShin Foundation. Born in Suffolk, VA, his childhood was spent following his Dad's Navy career until settling in Chesterfield. Previously, he worked as an HR Director at The Towers Retirement & Assisted Living Community and was the Transition Peer Mentor and Overnight Monitor at The Healing Place.

Our Staff
    • Joyce Bronson

      CPRS | Director of Admissions

      Joyce is a person in recovery from Richmond, VA. She has been involved with The McShin Foundation since April 2019. Her journey started as a participant, she quickly became a peer leader and house leader within the organization. The experiences she had while a participant in the program have fueled her passion for helping newcomers feel at home when they arrive at The McShin Foundation, the same way she was welcomed when she first arrived. Joyce is dedicated to her job and motivated, currently she is continuing her education and pursuing her BA in Psychology with a concentration in Addiction.

    • Melanie Belden

      CPRS - Chief Financial Officer

      Melanie Belden was born in Prince George's County, Maryland and moved to Hanover, Virginia in 2000. She has battled on and off with the disease of addiction since her late teens. She found recovery when she entered The McShin Foundation as a participant on December 10th, 2016.

    • Christopher "Cricket" Ronquest

      CPRS - Director of Re-Entry Services | NAADAC Trainer

      From Hanover County, Virginia, Cricket was first exposed to recovery at the age of 15 when a judge ordered him to attend 12-step meetings because of his addiction. For nearly two decades, he continued to use substances uncontrollably until The McShin Foundation began a substance abuse program in Pamunkey Regional Jail, where he was incarcerated at the time. Since his graduation and release in August of 2015, he has not been arrested, has been a member of a multi jurisdiction re-entry council, has had his civil rights restored, and has traveled the country carrying his message of hope wherever he goes.

    • Monique Runge

      CPRS - Community Engagement Coordinator

      Monique started her recovery journey at McShin Foundation in early 2021. She then became its Peer Community and Program Liaison, focused on both interacting with participants in the women's intensive program and assisting with special events and social media. She is now the Community Engagement Coordinator, responsible for representing McShin at event and advocacy spaces in the community, including the Virginia Recovery Advocacy Project. She is a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist. She hopes to impact the recovery community by expanding accessibility, promoting diversity and empowering young women to find a better way of life in recovery. #normalizesobriety

    • Walter Randall

      CSAC | Pastor

      Walter Randall, a native of Portsmouth VA is married to Tracy L. Randall who brings three (3) daughters while he brings four (4) sons and together seven (7) grandchildren to their wonderful family. Walter graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in 1985, then immediately joined the Army to start his military career as a Chaplain Assistant. In 1993, he began addressing his struggle with addiction and has been clean from drugs since September 2, 1995 (25 yrs clean). Walter was called to the ministry and licensed and ordained as an Elder on October 21, 2018, by Bishop Melvin Williams Jr., Senior Pastor of The Temple of Judah in Richmond, VA.

    • Klay Porter

      CPRS - Men's Program Manager

      Klay Porter is a person in sustained recovery from substance use disorder since July 26, 2020. A Mangohick, Virginia native, Klay struggled for decades with addiction and fought many times to rebuild his life after losing everything as a direct result. He entered the McShin Foundation’s 28-day program from jail in December 2020 and since completion has transitioned into sober-living where he became a volunteer, recovery coach, house leader and Peer Recovery Specialist. Klay is involved with multiple pathways of recovery and advocates for others to discover what works for them.

    • Christina Davis

      CPRS - Women's Program Manager

      Christina is a grateful person in recovery. She came through the intensive program of McShin in June of 2021. Since completion of the program she became an AmeriCorps representative and after completing the service term she became the Women's Program Manager. Christina enjoys giving back to her community and being a part of. She states "I never thought that I would ever be able to live free of my addiction but thanks to the McShin foundation and my fellow peers it has become possible."

    • Raymond J.S. Ruybe II

      CPRS - Director of Data and Quality Control

      Raymond is a Brooklyn, New York, native and graduate of Randolph-Macon College where he earned his BA in Communications. Raymond is a person with sustained recovery from co-occurring conditions and is a fierce advocate of multiple pathways to recovery with an emphasis on meditation, mindfulness, and Eastern philosophy. In his spare time, he enjoys writing poetry, singing karaoke, and spending quality time with his husband. Raymond is a Registered Certified Peer Recovery Specialist, Forensic Peer Support Specialist, Recovery Coach, and a member of the Richmond Opioid Task Force. Additionally, Raymond is a proud member of The National Communication Association, Writers Guild of America, and Phi Kappa Sigma International Fraternity.

    • Christopher Shaffer

      CPRS - Drug Screen & Medication Manager

    • Colley Croteau

      CPRS, RPRS - Night & Weekend Supervisor

    • John Gavin Lee

      CPRS - Recovery Coach Data Manager

    • Grant Thompson

      PRS - Recovery Coach

    • Laura Townsend

      CPRS - Recovery Coach

    • Nicholas Winborne

      PRS - Recovery Coach Data Manager

    • Steve Altice

      CPRS - Recovery Coach Digital Media Producer

    • Travis Williams

      PRS - Recovery Coach

    • Tylean Crumpler

      PRS - Recovery Coach

Americorp Members
    • Dannishia Walker

      CPRS - Americorp Member

    • Britney Jackson

      PRS - Americorp Member

Call us today to get started on your road to recovery.

(804) 249-1845

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