Elaine Voigt began My Journey Home while her son was in prison. During her visits with her son she became aware that there was no support for those leaving prison or their families. Elaine's experience as a criminal defense paralegal,work for the Division of Industrial Relations the State of Nevada Legal Division and in the insurance industry are vital to the daily operations of MJH.
Mr. Follett was appointed as the Director of New Business Development and Case Manager for My Journey Home in 2013. He is also on the Board of Directors. Prior to joining My Journey Home, Mr. Follett was the Senior Procurement and Logistics Manager for Altairnano for 4 years with contract procurement experience worldwide. Altairnano is a leading provider of energy storage systems for clean, efficient power, and energy management,.
Mr. Follett earned his BSBM in 2005 from the University of Phoenix and MBA from the University of Phoenix in 2008.
Administrative Assistant to the Executive Director: Stephen Laxalt
Stephen Laxalt joined My Journey Home in 2014 as Administrative Assistant to the Executive Director. He brings with him over 25 years of engineering experience along with a vast amount of expertise in the areas of Fundraising, Re Entry Program Issues and Sales. He works primarily in the Administrative Support and Sales part of the MJH organization and works under the Executive Director in the Non Profit Donation & Fundraising programs with local foundations, gaming industry officials and commercial investment firms. Mr. Laxalt has worked in the Northern Nevada & Washington, D.C areas most of his life and enjoys what he does while giving back to the community daily. His family has a long history of service to the community and continues the tradition.
IT Administrator & Technical Support for MJH & MARR: Robert Shyrock
Mr. Shyrock earned his AOS Degree in Computer Technology & Electronic Engineering, then joined My Journey Home to provide his services and skills to the programs. He supervises IT Interns and others in the advanced art of repairing and refurbishing computer systems through the MARR program while continually updating the MJH server and other network systems.