Seyram Selase B.S., I.C.P.S., C.P.M.
Seyram Selase is an executive director, local civic leader and professional real estate agent residing in Anniston, Alabama. He graduated from Berea College in Berea, KY in 2006 and is a product of both Anniston City and Talladega County School systems in Alabama. Mr. Selase is a life member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated and serves his community in numerous roles.
In 2008, Mr. Selase moved back home to Alabama to work with a local non-profit and has been working in the field of substance abuse prevention for several years. He currently is the Executive Director of A.S.A.P. (Agency for Substance Abuse Prevention) and Chair of the State of Alabama Prevention Advisory Board (SPAB). Mr. Selase has successfully received and implemented Drug Free Community (DFC) grants, State Block Grants, Opioid grants and many others. Seyram's motto is: "Knowledge is not power but the application thereof."
Jason Lindell B.S., C.P.S.
I am happily married to Natalie and we have a daughter and twin boys. I graduated from Jacksonville State University with a bachelors degree in criminal justice and minored in business. Some of my passions are traveling, hunting, hanging out at the lake and spending time with my family.
Iesha Beard B.A., A.P.S.
Iesha Crook is the SPF-Rx Coordinator at the Agency for Substance Abuse Prevention. She graduated from Alabama State University with Bachelor degree in English and a concentration in Legal Studies. Iesha is currently pursuing her Masters in School Counseling.
Kenneth Johnson B.A., A.P.S.
Stacy Jackson M.S.S.W., LICSW-PIP
Stacy Jackson MSSW, LICSW- PIP graduated from University Of Tennessee with a Masters Degree in Social Work in 2011 and went on to earn a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice in 2014. She has worked as a social worker in child welfare, substance abuse, corrections re-entry, and co occurring disorders for a total of 13 plus years. She is currently a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Alabama. She joined ASAP in October of 2019.
Maiya Northard has been an intern at the Agency for Substance Abuse Prevention since May 2019. She is a student at Miles College graduating in 2021 with her Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice. She serves as an administrative assistant for the Agency for Substance Abuse Prevention.
Trisha Anderson comes from a family of 12 kids, she has four children, and is married to a retired Marine. She enjoys crafting, sewing, cup-making, basket weaving, and embroidery. She is always challenging herself with new, creative ways of doing things and has a great ambition for learning. She loves outdoor activities and being outside. She has a Bachelors and Masters in Accounting and really loves what she does. She loves working with people and enjoys the interaction.
Kayla Saint Eliard
Kayla Saint Eliard is an alumni of Jacksonville State University with a Bachelors of Science with a focus in Psychology. She is a lover of every shade of purple (lavendar is the most preferred shade) and is a huge Harry Potter nerd. She speaks in Disney quotes and loves to create magic whereever she goes.
Coretta Grant-Morris, LBSW