Mike Dyer

Mike Dyer
President and CEO

In 2013, Mike Dyer was named President and Chief Executive Officer of Serenity Lane. Mike became the organization's leader after serving for three years as Serenity Lane's vice president finance/administration. He is a certified public accountant.

Before becoming an employee, Mike served on Serenity Lane's board of directors for 15 years. He also gave 10 years of service as an elected commissioner on the board of directors of the Eugene Water and Electric Board.

His professional career has included public accounting and serving as the chief financial officer of organizations. He was chief financial officer at Eugene Sand & Gravel. He served as corporate controller at International King's Table and Obie Media. He began his career at Coopers & Lybrand, CPA's

Mike has lived in Eugene most of his life. He holds a degree in accounting from the University of Oregon.

Dustin Stapleton

Dustin Stapleton, CPA
Vice President of Finance and Administration

In September 2013, Dustin Stapleton joined Serenity Lane's staff as the Chief Financial Officer. Before joining the Serenity Lane team, Dustin worked in public accounting for Moss Adams LLP at their Eugene location. Dustin was with Moss Adams LLP for approximately 15 years and has been licensed as a CPA in the State of Oregon since 2001.

During Dustin's tenure in public accounting, he worked with a variety of companies in various industries and of all sizes including other local not-for-profit organizations. Prior to Dustin's career in public accounting, he received his degree of Bachelor of Science from the University of Oregon and worked for a local not-for-profit organization in their accounting department for 2 years. Dustin is a graduate of North Eugene High School and has lived in Eugene most of his life.

Larry Bradley

Larry Bradley
Vice-President of Development

Another exciting change occurred on October 1st, 2013 when Larry Bradley joined our staff as Vice-President of Development. As a graduate of our program and long-time board member, Larry was named Board President 2 years ago. In addition Larry has served on the Foundation's board since it was organized and chaired the Marketing Committee for many years.

Larry has also been a regular speaker for the inpatient program and all around advocate of our programs. Larry has a background in sales and entrepreneurship and is very excited to now be a staff member. For the past several years Larry has been building his chocolate empire, inventing new products to the line of handmade confection, opening a second Chocolate Decadence retail outlet in Eugene and growing the business exponentially.

Larry has some ambitious goals around fund raising for Serenity Lane, and his energy and commitment are all encompassing.

Jerry Gjesvold

Jerry Gjesvold
Manager of Employer Services

Jerry has been a consultant and trainer for companies on the west coast since 1983. He is currently Manager of Employer Services with Serenity Lane Health Services, where he has been employed since 1979. Jerry specializes in matters of policy and procedures related to the management of alcohol and other drug problems in business and industry. He is a popular public speaker who weaves his own personal experience of addiction and recovery into his presentations. He has a bachelors degree from the University of Oregon and has done graduate work there in health education. Jerry served for 16 consecutive years (from 1998 - 2004) on the Oregon Governor's Advisory Committee on DUII Legislation. He writes a monthly column for a Eugene newspaper on alcohol and drug related topics and is a regular guest on KPNW radio.

Lindsay Maghan

Lindsay Maghan, F.N.P.
Nurse Practitioner

Lindsay Maghan joined the medical staff at Serenity Lane in July 2015. She holds a master’s degree in family practice from Oregon Health Sciences University. In her role at Serenity Lane, Lindsay works with the patients in detox and residential treatment, and is available to female patients who may prefer being examined and treated by a woman.

From an early age, she knew she wanted to be a nurse. For many years, Lindsay had a family practice in John Day. She has also worked in public health, provided acute psychiatric care and worked one-on-one with jail inmates, noting that addiction is often a part of their lives. Lindsay and her husband relocated to the Eugene area in the summer of 2015. Between them, they have four boys.