Janelle Wesloh has been in the addiction treatment field for over 25 years and contributed most of her career at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Wesloh has held many roles at Hazelden, including youth counselor, intake counselor, continuing care counselor, electronic medical record designer, and privacy officer. She currently provides integration and standardization support to clinical operations across the organization to ensure the optimal functioning of a national system of care. She strives to further establish the clinical innovation function and helps the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation continue to lead the field through research and design. She oversees the Recovery Management division that provides ongoing recovery support through online, phone, and in-person programs and services.. Wesloh is a licensed alcohol and drug counselor in the state of Minnesota; she has an undergraduate degree in applied psychology with an emphasis in chemical dependency counseling, and an MBA from Hamline University in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Wesloh has presented at national addiction treatment conferences on: Moving from an acute to a chronic model Importance of continuing care planning Electronic options for ongoing recovery Lessons learned from implementing an online recovery management program Wesloh has provided numerous print and broadcast interviews and published articles: "Online Support for Addiction: New Options in the Workplace" in Employee Assistance Report "Benefits of Electronic Record Management Systems" in Counselor magazine "Hazelden Seeing Stronger Recovery Through Post-Treatment Support" in Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Weekly. Wesloh resides in Minnesota and enjoys traveling, camping, hiking, and biking.