Our Core Values Inform the Way We Build Our Team and Our Business
Our Mission is Our True North Star We believe recovery is possible and that asking for help should be the easiest part of finding treatment.
Slash the Stigma Asking for help takes courage. Removing the shame of asking for help, by making it easy is essential to our team.
Positive Vibes Only Building an infrastructure to support the healing of a national epidemic is pretty lofty. We get that. And the stakes are high. As a company, we go forth daily with optimism and hope for a healthy and bright future, no matter the obstacles or the nay-sayers.
Trusted Guardians Being fierce protectors of the communities we serve makes our team feel like superheroes! We protect patient privacy and advocate liability with a commitment to always stay current with the latest advances in cybersecurity.
Be You We hire with the goal of creating a diversity of perspectives and we celebrate ingenuity.
‘A’ Game Turn the glance inward and bring out the genius you harness inside yourself. We highly value creative and strategic thinking. It takes all of that and some elbow grease to tackle addiction. So, roll up your sleeves and BRING IT!
join our team
We are unleashing radical human growth! In order to do that we need to bring on talented people who can help us achieve our mission. Please check out the positions we are hiring for now and bring
your 'A' game to the table! You can also submit a general resume for consideration. We might not even
know how much we need YOU yet!
Amee Gray has served both healthcare and the substance use rehabilitation industries for nearly 20 years as a marketing and business development strategist for both B2B and direct to consumer product lines. Amee has always had a knack for analyzing the service needs of patients and defining marketplace relationships with providers that improve the services delivered as well as conscientiously increasing revenue streams for patient-focused companies. Seeing a tragic disparity and the lack of a true healthcare continuum for patients with addiction disorders, Amee set out to create a product for use by healthcare and legal professionals that helps patients stay focused and supported on their journey to recovery.
Amee has degrees in Anthropology, Communications, Education and Marketing from the University Of Massachusetts at Amherst, Amherst and California State University.
Chief Technology Officer
Patrick graduated from the University of Notre Dame and spent the next ten years as a technology consultant at Accenture. Each year brought on additional responsibilities and lessons of how technology, software implementation and business needs intersected at some of the top companies in the world. His experience is as varied across industries (healthcare, retail, telecom, public sector) as it is across business functions (finance, HR, technical architecture). Over time, Patrick grew from being a team member, to serving as a project leader, becoming an account leader and then most recently joining a regional leadership team responsible for a rapidly growing practice in the Midwest.
He has seen firsthand what it means to be successful at the highest levels from a technology aspect. His goal is to grow RecoverWell into a best in class digital healthcare company, rooted in security and forward thinking technology.
Angelique S. Campen, MD is a mother of three, an Emergency Medicine Physician, and an entrepreneur. As a graduate of Marlborough, Georgetown University, and UCLA School of Medicine, Angelique has served as Medical Director of the Emergency Department at Providence St Joseph Medical Center in Burbank and faculty in emergency medicine at UCLA. She is also founder of Vital Medical Services, which provides COVID-19 testing, medi- cal clearances and DUI blood draws at law enforcement facilities and thus reduces ER overcrowding.
Founder/Managing Partner, Nelson Hardiman LLP
Harry Nelson is one of the leading legal experts in matters related to addiction treatment and behavioral health in America. In addition to several other books, he is the author of the best-selling The United States of Opioids: A Prescription of Liberating a Nation in Pain. He is the founder and managing partner of Nelson Hardiman LLP, a leading law firm focused on healthcare and life sciences innovation based in Los Angeles, California, where he advises clients on regulatory and business strategy. Harry has received extensive awards and recognition for his advocacy and legal reform efforts to improve U.S. healthcare.
Managing Partner of Boundary Companies
Mr. Wilkinson oversees Boundary’s investment, development, asset management, and organizational activities. Prior to forming Boundary, Mr. Wilkinson served as Senior Vice President in the Investments Group for The JBG Companies. His previous work experience includes roles at The Meridian Group in Washington, D.C. and CB Richard Ellis in the Mid-Atlantic office. Mr. Wilkinson is an executive in residence and adjunct professor of Real Estate Entrepreneurship at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business in Washington, D.C. and has also served as a guest lecturer for MBA classes at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.Mr. Wilkinson has been recognized by Forums’ 50 Under 40 honorees; by DCA Live as one of Washington D.C.’s 40 under 40 rising stars in real estate; and by the Washington Business Journal as one of the 50 Greater Washington business leaders of the next generation. Mr. Wilkinson received his Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University.