Shauna Moses has a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications from what was at the time called Trenton State College, class of 1991. She is the Vice President, Public Affairs and Member Services of the New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies (NJAMHAA), a trade association representing mental healthcare and addiction treatment providers throughout the state in its advocacy for adequate funding, reduced regulatory requirements and other issues that affect members’ ability to deliver their services to everyone in need.  In January 2013, Shauna was elected to serve on the AIR Board of Directors. She writes a variety of materials to promote AIR, its educational program, advocacy and the tremendous impact it has in the lives of youth and young adults with mental health disorders and their families. Shauna also exhibits for AIR at numerous events and helps plan and promote AIR’s annual event, and she is a certified Youth Mental Health First Aider.

 “Once I learned about AIR, I immediately felt a connection and an even stronger passion for helping people receive mental health services. Tricia, Kurt and Katelyn are an inspiring, strong family and I’m honored to work with them on our vital mission.”