✔️ Addressing the harms of community substance use and mental health issues
Our Executive Staff
Executive Director of Fayette FACTOR
Dawn Oparah is the Executive Director for FACTOR and the Administrator for the DFF Coalition. She has been involved in Substance Abuse Prevention (SAP) since 1990 and has served on 10 SAP boards, coalitions and committees at the local, regional, and state levels. Prior to becoming FACTOR’s ED, she not only co-founded and served as Principal Consultant for Amadi Leadership Associates but also co-founded AVPRIDE, a youth development organization. Dawn and her husband have been married for over 40 years and have 5 children and 4 grandchildren.
Michael Mumper is Fayette FACTOR’s Director of Programs and leads Drug Free Fayette’s coalition capacity building, strategic development, evaluation and communication. After earning an MBA from Emory University, Michael led business management and project management teams at GE Capital, Random House, Simon & Schuster, and Turner Broadcasting before shifting to community development and substance abuse prevention. He catalyzed DFF’s “2019 Got Outcomes” award from CADCA and was Let’s Be Clear Georgia’s 2020 Prevention Champion.
Director of Resource Development, Fayette FACTOR
Lisa Stanley is the Director of Resource Development for Fayette FACTOR since September 2020. She is a resident of Fayette County, where she lives with her husband and children.
Prior to joining FACTOR, she spent numerous years as an executive in the corporate world.
The combination of her passion for community and corporate experience has already been, and will continue to be a valuable asset to FACTOR.
Tara Hannon has been a resident of Fayette County for 38 years. She holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a certification as a Master Life Coach, Spiritual Mentor and Relationship Consultant. Tara is the owner of Reintegrative Wellness where she guides individuals as they embark upon an intentional, focused journey towards self-discovery, restoring inner-wholeness, and manifesting a life of peace, happiness, love, passion, and purpose. Tara struggled with addiction in her late teens and began her journey to sobriety in 2001. The experience birthed a deep passion for bringing relief to those suffering from the same battle.