Chesley Kennedy

Coordinator of Spartan Recovery @ UNC Greensboro

He teaches a course in the Religious Studies Department at UNCG defining spirituality in all its aspects, and how spirituality is related to the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. “Ches” has a Bachelor of Arts from UNC Greensboro in Religious Studies and a Master of Divinity from Duke Divinity School. He received a Substance Abuse Counseling Certificate from East Carolina University and is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist. Ches teaches Mental Health First Aid, QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer), and Mindfulness and Meditation practices (KORU).

Christina Reardon-Harrah

Undergraduate Assistant

Christina Reardon-Harrah is pursuing a major in Classical Studies and a Minor in Chemistry, complemented by an associate degree in automotive systems technology and boasting over 11 years of experience as an ASE certified Automotive Technician. Christina discovered a profound sense of belonging and community at UNCG’s Spartan Recovery. Driven by a passion for making a difference, she aspires to become a medical doctor, combining her diverse background and caring spirit to leave a lasting impact on people’s lives.

Trinity Mustico

Undergraduate Assistant

Trinity Mustico is a junior in Political Science. Trinity says that “Recovery means coming to a state of peace and wellness. I have come to know the normal state of myself, and I have been a better person for it. I have gotten to know myself as a person who loves close friendships, travel, fashion, and having fun on my own terms.”

Christina “Chrissy” Bugna

Undergraduate Assistant

Christina “Chrissy” Bugna is a Senior, majoring in Kinesiology and minoring in Psychology and Nutrition. She is a Mental Health First Aid Instructor, the voice of Millennial Music on WUAG 103.1, and was the Vice President of Tau Sigma Honors Fraternity in 21-22. Recovery has given Chrissy her sense of purpose in helping others traverse the ups and downs of recovery in college, as well as the ability to show up as her authentic self in the world. 

email: [email protected]
phone: 336-209-9388

Location: 701 Highland Ave., Suite 009

spartan recovery@ UNCg

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