Magen Spencer has transitioned into the Executive Director position as of July 1, 2021. Previously, she was the Substance Use Disorder Counselor. Magen is working towards her master’s degree in Social Work. She is a Chemical Dependency Counselor I, has her certificate in Rural Human Services and her A.A.S in Human Services. Magen has lived in Nenana for most of her life and has worked at RMHA since 2016. She currently has two rambunctious sons and enjoys being with family, helping others, and reading.
Laura Hokenson has been working at Railbelt Mental Health & Addictions since 2002. She’s done many things over the years but her primary task is taking care of the finances. She went through the Rural Human Service program and received her Bachelors in Social Work from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She holds a certification in Accounting from UAF as well. She has a wonderful husband, two fantastic children, and the best dog in the world. She enjoys getting outside with her family, especially in Alaska, listening to live music, and DIY projects.
Suzanne Hill started working with RMHA in 2020. She has worked in administrative offices her entire career. She answers phone calls, does minutes, greets clients, and does many other tasks. Suzanne is homegrown and has lived in Nenana since birth. Suzanne has two bichon dogs, Brody and Buddy. She enjoys beading, history, and research.
Licensed Professional Counselor
Keri Frazier, LPC, started working with RMHA in 1998. She is RMHA’s Mental Health Counselor. Keri has her master’s degree in Psychology and is the Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor. Keri has resided in Nenana for the majority of her adult life and travels frequently to Healy and Cantwell to see clients. Keri enjoys spending time with her friends and reading.
Substance Use Disorder Counselor
Kimberly Ulery has been with RMHA since 2020. She is our Substance Use Disorder Counselor; she has her A.A.S in Community Health and is working towards her Rural Human Services Certificate and her master’s degree in Social Work. Kimberly was raised in Nenana and moved to Tyonek for five years as a Community Health Aide. Kimberly is back in her home community with her two daughters. She enjoys spending time with her friends, being outdoors, and playing video games.
Tobacco Prevention Educator
Brianna Ketzler has been with RMHA since 2021. She works with communities on tobacco prevention/outreach. Brianna has her Associate’s degree in Arts and is working towards her Rural Human Services certificate and her bachelor’s in Social Work. Brianna moved to Nenana in 2008. Brianna has three children, two older sons, and a daughter. She enjoys reading, being outdoors, and being around her family.