MEET THE TEAM
Founder & Executive Director - Full-time
Luke Tomsha is the Executive Director and Founder of the Perfectly Flawed Foundation (PFF). PFF was founded in 2017 to bring much needed resources to the Central Illinois community for those struggling with or impacted by addiction. PFF provides a variety of services focused on education, peer and family support, harm reduction, public health, advocacy, and outreach. Tomsha is highly skilled at networking with a natural ability to build professional relationships and connect across various sectors. Tomsha serves on the Governor’s Opioid Overdose Prevention and Recovery Steering Committee, as a person with lived experience of OUD. When's he's not working Luke enjoys coffee with the old timers, hanging with his son, helping at his family's restaurant and small farm, and finding solitude any chance he gets.
Office Manager & Project Manager - Full-time
With a Business Degree and 30 years of Human Resource experience, Diane has a diverse management background suited for her entering the non-profit world. She volunteered for the Foundation before becoming the Office/Project Manager in January of 2020. She also brings her compassion and dedication, matched with her people skills, in supporting the mission of helping those struggling with addiction. As a certified Smart Recovery Facilitator, including WRAP training, motivational interviewing and other related trainings, help guide her in leading the weekly support group. Helping others on their path of change is an added component to her role at Perfectly Flawed.
Peer Support Navigator - Part-time
Stacy is a person with lived experience, who assists helping peers and their families who struggle with addiction. Focusing on a one-on-one approach to remain connected through the recovery process. Adding a personal touch by providing a familiar non-judgmental approach in providing peer support. She is also adding to her skills with Smart Recovery trainings, WRAP training, mental health trainings which provide her with additional knowledge in her role as a peer support navigator.