Carey Snow is the Executive Director of the Jackson Recovery Centers, Inc. Foundation and the Vice President of Resource Development at Jackson Recovery Centers, Inc. Carey has over 20 years of expertise in non-profit executive leadership, fund development and operations management. She has comprehensive training in conflict resolution. Carey received her education from Mary Mount California University and California State University at Sacramento. Carey has also completed extensive studies in mediation at the National Conflict Resolution Center, San Diego.More
David Paulsrud, M.D., is the Medical Director at Jackson Recovery Centers. He has over 50 years of medical experience, and has been with Jackson Recovery Centers for almost 20 years. Prior to his work at Jackson Recovery, Dr. Paulsrud served as an orthopaedic surgeon in Sioux City, and served as a doctor in the Army for 11 years, retiring with the rank of Lt. Colonel. Dr. Paulsrud has been honored with several local honors including, Sertoma Service of Mankind Award, AID Center Distinguished Community Leadership Award, and Morningside College Honorary Doctorate in Community Service. He also served on the Sioux City City Council from 1987-1992. Dr. Paulsrud received his medical degree from the University of Iowa.More
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