BRATTLEBORO — The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Vermont held its Annual Business Meeting in November 2017 to elect a new Board of Directors. Members re-elected Judy Siler from Guilford to serve a three-year term.
The NAMI Vermont Board of Directors nominated Siler to serve as Second Vice President for a one-year term. She has been an active voting member of the Conference Committee for NAMI Vermont.
Siler is a family-to-family facilitator for the Brattleboro Area Family Support Group which meets at 6:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month at the First Congregational Church. She is also a trainer for the family-to-family facilitators and for mental illness and recovery workshops, and has been the designated leader for the southern Vermont affiliate.
Siler has a BS degree from Lebanon Valley College and an MS degree from the University of Delaware. She worked in many capacities at Sun Refining and Marketing Company, and was employed by a small environmental startup company before moving to her own business, Carousel Environmental. There she was involved in proposal writing, budgeting, project management, oversight, and environmental reporting.