Daniel Conroy is the co-founder of AIM House, an individualized, young adult transitional program, which is designed for the individual who is transitioning from residential treatment centers, primary treatment, wilderness programs, or therapeutic boarding schools. Daniel graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder with a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities. Before opening AIM House in 1999 with his wife Mae, Daniel held a number of positions at therapeutic programs. He started his career in counseling and activity leading in Boulder County’s EXPAND program Daniel then took on the role of intake counselor and eventually alumni Coordinator at Sierra Tucson in Arizona. Later, Daniel worked as the admissions counselor, admissions director and finally, director of professional relations at CEDU in Running Springs, California. The knowledge that Daniel gained while working at treatment facilities and therapeutic boarding schools was fundamental in building AIM House. Mr. Conroy is the founder of the CU Boulder Collegiate Recovery Center and was an advisor to The University of Colorado’s Center for Students in Recovery. He is a regular participant and conference moderator for the university’s annual Conference on World Affairs. He helped create the Cocoon Program for chronically ill children at Children’s Hospital in Denver. He volunteers his time with Horizons Elementary School, Boulder County YMCA and several other human services agencies on the Colorado Front Range. Daniel speaks at national conferences, coaches youth basketball, soccer and football. If you cannot find Daniel doing any of these things, he is probably spending time with his wife Mae and their four children: Quinlan, Gracie, Devlin and Ronan and his dogs. Danny is a fan of the Denver Nuggets, Chicago Cubs, and the Colorado Buffaloes… and he is an avid skier and hiker. Daniel is also a huge music fan; he has played guitar since age 14 and still loves to check out jam bands and Bruce Springsteen any chance he has.