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Megan Toliver, LICSW, NCAC II
Associate Director, Recovery Counselor & Ally

Megan is a Colorado native who moved to Walla Walla after graduating from the University of Colorado in 2011 to join Blue Mountain Action Council AmeriCrops service team. After serving for 2 years at Sharpstein Elementary and the Juvenile Justice Center, she fell in love with the community and joined the Trilogy team as the Executive Assistant. Megan holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Colorado University and a Masters in Social Work from Walla Walla University.

Megan believes in the importance of empowering people and contributing to a healthy community. Addiction doesn’t discriminate and it is a destructive force. It impacts us all whether we are the one in the battle, a friend, family member or community member. Recovery is possible and Megan is dedicated to empowering people and families to find their path to Recovery.

In her free time she enjoys sending time with family and friends, cooking, exercising, taking road trips, doing anything outside-walking, hiking, camping, etc.

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Robert Rankin, MPH
Development & Communications Director

Robert was born in sunny northern California but has lived in Walla Walla since 2005. He has earned his B.S. in Health Promotion and his Master’s in Public Health. Robert has previously worked for Umatilla County Public Health where he oversaw the development and implementation of community health programs. Robert was a steering committee member for the Eastern Oregon Health Equity Coalition and has spent a number of years working to address health disparities and improving community health equity. Robert is passionate about prevention, education, and reducing stigma associated with mental health concerns.

In his spare time, Robert enjoys reading, table top games, tinkering with electronics, astronomy, and spending time outdoors. He is currently raising 4 ducks who greet him every day with quacks and escort him to and from home, to his great amusement.


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Lucinda Victorio,
Recovery Counselor & Ally

Lucinda graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Bachelor of Science in Social Services in 2018. She is currently going to school online to obtain her Masters of Social Work degree from West Virginia University and will graduate in 2023. Lucinda is originally from Texas, but has lived in Walla Walla most of her life. Lucinda has worked at DCYF and The STAR Project in the past.

Lucinda likes to roller skate, read the bible, walk and sing karaoke in her spare time. Lucinda has had family members struggle with substance use disorders and personally knows how addiction can put strain on close relationships. She hopes to strengthen individuals' recovery process at Trilogy, by being supportive, compassionate and empathic.

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Robert Beller,
CJTA Recovery Support Ally

Robert earned his Drug and Alcohol Counseling diploma from Stratford Career Institute. His interests include indoor and outdoor gardening, cooking and hiking. Robert have been in long term recovery for over 17 years now, with 12.5 of that incarcerated in prison. His goal here at Trilogy is to learn as much as he can and to be able to incorporate that with his personal knowledge and life experiences to have a meaningful impact on peers receiving support from Trilogy.

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Amber Daniel,
Recovery Support Ally

Amber is originally from the South Puget Sound and Key Peninsula Areas of Western Washington. She has lived in Walla Walla since January of 2020, and since moving here has absolutely fallen in love with the community. "I feel like I live inside a painting most days!" Amber is in long term recovery. She loves playing and singing music, fishing, camping and spending time with her family.

As a Recovery Support Ally at Trilogy Recovery Community, it's Amber's job to "Hold the Flashlight" so that others can see their own path to Recovery. Her biggest priority is to continue making Recovery available to anyone who wants it. "I'm excited to be here, and I hope to be a part of bringing the Recovery Culture to the forefront in the community that I've made my new home."

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Angela Queen,
Recovery Coach & Ally

Angela was born and raised in Walla Walla. She graduated from Walla Walla High School where she participated in several different sports. Addiction is something she has struggled with for most of her life, but now she is in recovery. Angela is serving at Trilogy Recovery Community through the AmeriCorps program. While serving at Trilogy she has completed the Recovery to Practice Certificate Program from NAADAC. She is certified to facilitate SMART recovery meetings and has completed the Recovery Coach training through the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy. She is very excited to be a part of Trilogy Recovery Community and to be overseeing the Recovery Coach Program.

Her number one goal is to show people that recovery is possible and to instill hope to those in need. Angela's free time is spent with her two sons. She enjoys watching them play sports, and also loves fishing, camping, rafting and longboarding.

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Liberty Luster,
Recovery Support Ally (Youth)

Liberty serves as a Recovery Support Ally for youth and adolescents here at Trilogy Recovery Community. She was born in Walla Walla, but raised in Spokane Valley. When she was 14, Liberty moved back and considers Walla Walla her hometown. That’s around the time her battle with alcohol and drugs first began.

Addiction took ahold of her teenage years and she became someone her mother didn’t know. It has been a long road to recovery. By sharing her story and working in this position, she finds that it gives her past purpose. Liberty started with Trilogy as a volunteer in 2017 and found a place to belong and a new meaning in life. She aspires to become the person that she needed when she was young. Liberty is passionate about investing in the lives of young people in this community. She is currently a member of AmeriCorps and feels that it is a privilege to give back. Liberty has a NAADAC certification in Recovery to Practice, training in several cognitive therapy applications, and is also certified to facilitate SMART recovery meetings. She is also familiar with ACEs and has completed TBRI training.

In her free time, she loves being outside. Liberty loves to build things out of old junk metal, goofing off with her 3 kids, and learning new things. She hopes to adopt a few more hobbies as her journey continues. She is privileged to be part of such a compassionate team of people dedicated to making a difference. Her mission is to help others like her, find their personal path of recovery, and aim to see hope restored in the minds and hearts of young people and their families. Her priority is being a solid support, available, and eager to help however she can. She believes that, “Recovery is an adventure full of endless possibilities around every corner.”

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Trilogy Recovery Community
120 East Birch Street, Suite 14 
Walla Walla, WA, 99362

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