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The Executive Board

Amy Cloutier, Chair

Amy Cloutier, Co-founder and Chair of the Board 

In 2017 I was working as a director at a treatment center in Nashua NH. The opportunity came to us to open a RCO in Nashua and we jumped right on it. It is a passion of mine to offer accessible services to everyone and not let financial situations be a barrier. 

I started out as the event chairs planning all the fundraising and making community connections. I have been enthusiastic about about Revive's mission since we created it. It has been one of my greatest joys to watch Revive grow into what is it now. 

In my personal life I am the owner of Sacred Moon Healing Centers in Manchester NH. It is a donation based yoga community center. I left working in treatment in 2018 and started my yoga journey. As a woman in long term recovery from heroin addiction I am dedicated to giving back to the community that I grew up in. 

Arianny B Arias

Arianny B Arias

Arianny Arias was born and raised in the Dominican Republic; she moved to the United State at the age of 15. At the time, Arianny lived in New York City for two years before moving to New Hampshire where she then went off to graduate from Rivier College with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration by the age of 22.

Traveling and wandering throughout the world are one of Arianny’s passions as she is an avid solo traveler and has visited over 30 countries. Traveling taught her that it is not about the destination but the journey. She considers herself simply as “Arianny” and believes that life is not a “one size fits all,” you have the option to simply tailor it to fit you and lives as your authentic self.


During the span of her career, Arianny has been in the mortgage industry since 2004 and is currently a production manager for PrimeLending and she is also the Team Leader of the Arias Group. Arianny has ranked Top Loan Originator for organizations such as NAHREP in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. She has ranked as a Top 5 Loan officer at Santander Bank in 2105, 2016, 2017 & 2018 and the #1 Loan officer for 2017. Most recently Arianny was awarded the most prestigious distinction at PrimeLending and named 2021 &2022 Power Producer. But most importantly to her, she is considered as an influential female role model in the Latino Community. She merits her success to the consistent dedication & presence within the communities she serves and prides herself in being part of the dream of homeownership. 

Arianny believes in giving back to the community through first-time home buyer seminars and partnering with organizations such as the City of Lawrence, LCW, ACT and MVH as well as sponsorships such as Methuen Soccer, Rotary Club in Methuen, Methuen Day, NorthShore Breaker softball and Lawrence Semana Hispana. Arianny also sits on the REVIVE board of directors based out of New Hampshire, a non-profit recovery supports center. Arianny continues to strive for success in all aspects and lives like there are no limits, there is no box and that there is no ceiling.

Brian Kenney

Brian Kenney

Brian Kenney has been a Police Officer in Nashua, NH for over 21 years. He currently holds the rank of
Captain and has spent a large portion of his career in Narcotics Enforcement. He spent time as a
Narcotics Detective, and also served as the Department's Narcotics Division Sergeant and Lieutenant.


As the Narcotics Division Lieutenant he was assigned to the Hillsborough County South Adult Drug Court
where he served as a team member for several years. For the past five years Captain Kenney has been a
Board of Directors Member for the New England Association of Recovery Court Professionals (NEARCP).
He is currently the Captain of the Professional Standards Bureau at the Nashua Police Department. In
that role he oversees all recruiting, hiring, and training of officers and civilian employees. Captain
Kenney received his Bachelor's' Degree from Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH and his Master’s
Degree from Rivier University in Nashua. He serves as an adjunct professor at Rivier University in the
Criminal Justice program.


Lisa Vasquez

Lisa Vasquez serves as the Behavioral Health Strategist for the City of Nashua Division of Public Health
and Community Services. Lisa has been with the Division for over 9 years. She has a MS in mental health
counseling from Southern New Hampshire University. Previously, she has worked with many local
organizations including the Youth Council, the Greater Nashua Mental Health Center, and Lamprey
Health Care.


In addition to her current position, Lisa served on the NH Public Health Association board of
Directors for two years, is currently on the Revive Recovery Resource Center Executive Board, and
facilitates the City of Nashua Mayor’s Task Force on Substance Misuse. Lisa Co-hosts the Public Health
Hour radio show with Bobbie Bagley and created a podcast titled Speaking Our Minds to increase mental
health awareness. She is a Manhattan native with family roots in the Dominican Republic, which she has
traveled to many times throughout her life. In her free time, Lisa enjoys knitting, reading, dancing and
spending time with her extended family. Lisa lives in Nashua, NH with her sons and fiancé.

Amanda K. Steenhuis, Esquire

Amanda K. Steenhuis, Esquire

Amanda Steenhuis is an attorney at Shaheen & Gordon’s Nashua office, focusing her practice on estate planning, guardianships, and probate and trust administration in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.  Attorney Steenhuis has practiced extensively in the areas of criminal defense and family law since 2008, giving her a comprehensive and unique perspective of the impact of substance use on families.  As manager of the New Hampshire Public Defender’s Office from 2016-2021 and a team member of the Hillsborough County South Adult Drug Court from 2014-2021 Attorney Steenhuis witnessed numerous community members change their lives with support from peers at Revive Recovery.  She welcomes this opportunity to stay connected with the recovery community in Nashua. 


Attorney Steenhuis is a graduate of the University of Louisville and Cornell Law School.  In addition to her role with Revive Recovery, she serves on the Board of the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter.  In her free time, Attorney Steenhuis enjoys reading, roasting coffee, tending to houseplants, and racing to catch up with her two children.   

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