May 16, 2017
The Executive Corner is a new weekly feature of the Addiction/Recovery eBulletin. We send our participants forty questions and ask them to choose twenty they would like to answer. It includes a short profile and a link to their website. We hope you enjoy it.
Anne Elizabeth Lapointe has developed an expertise in Addiction Prevention and Treatment, working in the field for the past 15 years. Over the years, Anne Elizabeth has helped implant two prevention programs, collaborated on a number of researches, articles and publications. A great communicator, she has given hundreds of conferences on addictions. Her long-term goals are to continue to develop her expertise and leadership in the Addiction Prevention and Treatment field. She has also developed a niche in ethics which is valuable both for professionals and clients.
Learn more about La Maison Jean Lapointe
Q. At which of the schools you attended did you learn the most?
A. The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre
Q. Do you believe leaders are made or born?
A. They can be either
Q. Which film have you watched the most?
A. Probably The Sound of Music
Q. Who is your favorite celebrity in recovery?
A. John Taylor
Q. If you ever retire, would you prefer to live by the ocean, lake, river, or mountaintop, or penthouse?
Q. Who was your biggest influence throughout your life?
A. My father
Q. What is your current hobby?
Q. What prominent fe/male figure would you most like to date?
A. Liam Neeson (why? Do you know him?)
Q. TV/cable/digital series?
Q. Non-fiction book genre?
Q. Band/composer/musical artist?
A. Dojo in NYC
Q. Do you take work home with you?
A. Yes, though I try not to!
Q. What is the best piece of advice you’ve been given?
A. Never doubt your talents
Q. Do you think addiction is an illness, a disease, a choice, or a wicked twist of fate?
A. A disease
Q. What are five things you always carry with you?
A. My cell, my keys, a mirror, a lipstick and my passport
Q. PC or Mac?
Q. What’s the greatest risk you’ve ever taken?
A. Accepting the offer to become the CEO of my father’s rehab center
Q. What is the proudest moment in your life?
A. Accepting the offer to become the CEO of my father’s rehab center.