Anshel has over 15 years of business administration experience, consulting for businesses across a variety of industries in the US and overseas.
Gemma Andaya, PhD ABD, LCADC-S, LCPC
Executive & Clinical Director
What excites Gemma is the ability to put all of her years of professional experience working in psychiatric facilities, nonprofit counseling centers, foster care, teaching undergrad at the university level, and running her own private practice into the Nestled.
Dr. Gnaneswer Billakanti
MD, Board Certified Internist, Hospitalist
Dr. Billakanti has worked as a physician for the last 30 years in India, England, and the United States and as a hospitalist for the last 18. He values the interconnection between biomedical conditions, psychiatric disorders and addiction problems. In order to truly make a difference, he is inspired to treat the whole individual, and work with a team to make adequate decisions for each client that address all of these facets of health and wellness.
Alex Rosen, MS
Alex developed a passion for helping others at a young age, volunteering as a 'conflict mediator' all the way back in Elementary school, to becoming a peer counselor and student suicide hotline volunteer in college, to eventually getting her master's degree in clinical psychology in 2012. Prior to joining the Nestled Recovery Center, Alex worked as a lead admissions counselor for a psychiatric hospital and as an emergency room crisis evaluator working with both psychiatric and substance abuse clients helping direct them into treatment.
Carolina Taylor, MS, LCADC-I
Carolina’s passion for helping others was birthed throughout her childhood in the foster care system. She was inspired by...
Lead Client Relations Coordinator
Bonnie works with our clients on the weekends as peer-to-peer support. She walks them through the road she herself walked 3 years ago. Bonnie takes the clients on mindfulness nature walks, facilitates sober fun nights, and is a beacon of light when clients addicted and maladaptive mentalities begin to get get in the way of them being fully present in their recovery process. Bonnie aspires to lead by example and gets out in nature, volunteers, actively practices gratitude, and maintains a healthy lifestyle so that she is not just white knuckling sobriety, but actually happy and healthy.