DarJune Board of Directors
DarJune CEO and Founder
Mandy is a Certified Recovery Coach & Trainer at Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR). Mandy is the Founder & Chief Executive Officer at DarJune – Recovery Community Center & Services. She is a person in long term recovery who recently celebrated her 7th year of sobriety!
Mandy has a degree in Human Services Management and Addiction Counseling. She is the Director of the recovery coaching state network. Mandy is a member of WI Voices for Recovery, WI United We CAN, World Wide United We CAN, Brown County Alcohol/Drug Task Force, mental health task force, Stop Heroin Now and volunteers her time at many local organizations to help the still suffering addict.
DarJune Board President
DarJune Board Vice-President
Kiran Sheikh currently owns and operates a construction company, ZSK Enterprises Inc., which services numerous clients but focuses on renovating bank owned properties in the eastern portion of the state.
In the past Kiran has owned and operated a number of local bars, nightclubs, and restaurants. For many years Kiran lived an unhealthy lifestyle surrounded by alcohol, but has been in recovery since 2002. By realizing the devastating effect alcohol had on his life he is able to share those experiences with others in the community. He found Darjune through a network of friends in the recovery community and immediately recognized how needed a “recovery friendly” gathering place was needed.
DarJune Board Treasurer
DarJune Board Secretary & Chief Advocate - Mary Donart
Mary is a lifelong resident of Green Bay before moving to Little Suamico in 2003. She graduated form the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh with a degree in Elementary Educations with a minor in Sociology. She is a member of many organizations, either as a board member or board president. She has spent her entire life as an advocate for children, young adults, and families.
Mary was a lifelong resident of Green Bay before moving to Little Suamico in 2003. She has been married for 49 years and has three children and one grandchild, with one on the way. The following are some highlights of her life and career.
• Attended Annunciation grade school and St. Josephs Academy
• Graduated from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh with a degree in Elementary education and a minor in sociology
• City singles, doubles, and mixed doubles tennis champion
• High school student council member
• Taught 33 years for the Green Bay board of Education
• Past member of the elementary curriculum committee
• Past member of the interview committee for new principals
• Multiple nominee for the Golden Apple award
• Past member of St. Jude board of Education
• Past St. Jude youth lector coach
• Past member of The Ethics in Business committee
• Nominee for the Ethics in Business award
• Past Board President of a foster care company for 9 years
• Has experience dealing with Madison bureaucracy as board president
• Has traveled the world extensively in retirement
Mary has spent her entire life as an advocate for children, young adults, and families.
Bellin Health Community Member
Laura Hieb has been Chief Nursing Officer of Bellin Health since February 2006. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the Bellin College of Nursing, received her Master’s in Business Administration-Health Care Executive Focus from Cardinal Stritch University, received her certification as a Nurse Executive through the American Organization of Nurse Executives, and has completed a Fellowship in Healthcare Leadership from The Advisory Board in Washington, DC.
In March 2016, Laura added CEO of Bellin Health Oconto Hospital to her responsibilities. This rural critical access facility offers emergency services, inpatient and swing bed units, surgical services with three operating rooms, dental clinic and family medical clinics, and multiple specialty provider services.
Prior to this she was Team Leader of Bellin Health Home Care Services for 9 years and since 1992 has served as a Nurse Manager/Homecare Administrator, a Nurse Clinician and Clinical Sales Specialist, and a Medical/Surgical Registered Nurse.
She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Wisconsin Association of Nurse Executives and the N.E.W. Community Clinic in Green Bay. Laura facilitates the Brown County Alcohol & Drug Task Force, which is comprised of non-profit organizations, community members, local colleges, health departments, and the area’s health systems in Green Bay and De Pere to collaborate in creating awareness and to change the culture of unhealthy alcohol use. She also served on the Board of Directors for Encompass Day Care in Green Bay. She is a member of the Wisconsin Nurses Association, the American Organization of Nurse Executives, and Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society.