CPD's Team is comprised of diverse, highly qualified and
compassionate individuals dedicated to making our communities safer.
Geno Daly LCSW, SOTP Supervisor, CDC II
Geno joined CPD in 2002. He has served as our Director since 2003. Geno has been an Alaskan transplant since the 70's. Landing in Delta Junction and ending up in Anchorage. Geno obtained his A.A.S, BSW, and MSW in Alaska. He enjoys traveling, and
spending time with his wife and puppy Sky.
Lori Rowley-Sipple LPC, SOTP I, CDC I
Lori has been with CPD since 2014, beginning her CPD career as an intern. She is our Clinical Supervisor/
Fiscal Manager. Lori obtained her BA in Psychology from UAA and her MS at Grand Canyon University. Lori was born and raised in Anchorage. She enjoys all things Alaska especially the long summer days for growing ALASKANA size veggies!
Bernice Nisbett, MS, SOTP Intern
In 2019 Bernice began as an intern with CPD. She is one of our Master Level Clinicians. Born in Puerto Rico, she grew up in Kodiak. She has a BA from Linfield University, a MA from University of the Pacific and a MS from APU. Bernice loves mountain biking, backcountry snowboarding, and traveling to experience new cultures.
Amber joined the CPD team in 2018. She is one of our Clinical Case Managers focusing on healthy relationship curriculum.
She is a Texan transplant and has been in Alaska since 2005. Amber loves all things outdoors, and has never met an animal she didn't love!
Sarah Welty, MA, SOTP Intern
In 2020, Sarah began as an intern. Currently, she is one of our Master Level Clinicians. Sarah obtained her AA and BA here in Alaska, and her MA from Colorado Christian University. Growing up in Glennallen, AK gave her a love for the Alaska outdoors. She also loves to travel internationally.
Alexa Hart, CNAP
Alexa joined our team in 2019. As our Office Manager, she is the glue that holds us together. Alexa was born and raised in Anchorage. She is an outdoor enthusiast making the most of all Alaska has to offer. Alexa also enjoys to travel.
Michael joined team CPD in 2021. He is one of our Clinical Case Managers focusing on self regulation strategies and curriculum. Michael came to Alaska to visit and never left. He served in the military for eight years. He is a lifelong learner, loves reading and practicing his guitar (not performing, he says).