Meet Our Team
Gina Riordan, B.S.
Specialty/Area of Focus: Business Development, Marketing, Family Education Program/Drug Free Workplace Educator and Grant Management.
Gina Riordan is a family advocate and educator dedicated to increasing awareness and promoting programs to advance prevention and recovery from substance use and addiction disorders. She has served at the state level on the Parent Panel Advisory Council and HR-590 Access to Treatment Task Force. Locally she is the founder and Chair of the Mechanicsburg Community Drug & Alcohol Council.
Gina has over 25 years of corporate and non-profit senior management, business development and marketing expertise with national and state industries ranging from information management, litigation support, franchisee and manufacturers, to the medical and association management market.
As a mother of five children when her family was impacted by substance use disorder, she was overwhelmed and didn’t know where to turn for help and who to talk to; no one wanted to share their challenges. But her family’s journey through recovery has compelled her to get involved at the state level to make a difference in policies and programs as well as inform families in her community about substance education, resources and support available online and in-person. She also found that as she developed a better understanding of substance use disorder, treatment options, and successful methods to assist her loved one it helped support her family in the journey. Now as a full-time family and workplace educator, she is passionate about educating and empowering communities across the state to make a commitment to educate themselves and stand firm on taking an active role in their loved one’s journey. She firmly believes that understanding open communication, expanding the family’s knowledge and ongoing support could save your loved one’s life.
Community Engagement and Education Manager
Specialty/Area of Focus: Family Education Program/Drug Free Workplace Educator, Project Management, Training Development and Advocacy.
Virginia Cormier, LSW, CEAP
Specialty/Area of Focus: Virginia manages the daily functions of ACCESS Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Drugfree Workplace PA.
Virginia brings a wealth of experience as the result of working in the mental health field for over 30 years. The majority of her career was as a Counselor, Consultant and Coach for the United States Postal Service Employee Assistance Program. Virginia understands the struggles leaders face as they work to manage and grow their business. She is acutely aware of how a work environment can impact the levels of productivity. To manage her own stress, Virginia enjoys gardening, spending time with her husband and their rescued Gordon Setter.
Specialty/Area of Focus: Fiscal Budget, Accounts Payable, Administration and Grant management.
Linda Manigault is the Administrative Coordinator for ACCESS EAP. Linda graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Management Specialist and Early Child Care Development from Keystone Technical Institute in Harrisburg, PA. Linda brings 20+ years of Administrative experience from working with the PA State Police to the Harrisburg School District. She takes pride in her city through volunteering as a Block Captain, keeping the residential area safe and clean. Linda has a passion for working with children. Linda enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, family and friends as well as gardening in her free time.
Access EAP Care Manager
Specialty/Area of Focus: Intake and Assessment for Drug and Alcohol, Bilingual(Spanish)
Jenny Guerrero has ten years of experience in the Drug and Alcohol field completing assessments and working as an Intake Specialist in an outpatient drug and alcohol treatment program. She has completed training as a Certified Recovery Specialist and has worked with at-risk youth. She is bilingual and able to connect with people of many cultures. Her family history of substance abuse allows her to understand both the individual suffering from an substance use disorder and the impact on the family.