Connie Boston has been the Manager of the Senior Peer Program at West Yavapai Guidance Clinic since 2016. She holds both a BA and MSW degrees and has worked in variety of settings as a clinical social worker, program manager and department director providing treatment and prevention services. After practicing in Connecticut as a licensed clinical social worker for over 40 years Connie retired and moved from Connecticut to Prescott in 2015. She is enthusiastic about the opportunity to fulfill the mission of the program, believing she is in the right place at exactly the right time in her life.
Linda Knowlden has been the Volunteer and Participant Liaison for the Senior Peer Program at West Yavapai Guidance Clinic since 2016. She holds both BA and MA degrees and worked as an educator for nearly 40 years. In 2014 Linda began her Clinical Pastoral Education and worked as a hospital chaplain in two Colorado hospitals and an assisted living center. She moved to Arizona in 2016 and is currently pursuing her passion: working to help older adults enjoy life to the fullest through social connections.
Carlee Landis has been an AmeriCorps State Member and the Data & Clerical Assistant for the Senior Peer Program at West Yavapai Guidance Clinic since the summer of 2018. She is currently a student at Prescott College studying Psychology, and is extremely grateful and enthusiastic about the opportunity to serve her community and participate in fulfilling the unique mission of this program.