H. R. Brown , L.A.S.U.D.C./C.I.P Chief Operating Officer
H.R. partnered to form this company to initially help counter some of the consequential effects of addiction. This line of supplements was designed to assist with Brain function, Anxiety, Pain management and Sleep. H.R. is also the current Founding/Managing Partner of CSB Development, a real estate firm that is currently developing both residential and commercial projects in Utah.
Prior to this H.R. was the former Founder/CEO of Renaissance Ranch and Therapia Addiction Healing Centers from 2001 to 2016. He also worked for 3 years with Volunteers of America and Salvation Army, providing substance abuse treatment and extensive Case Management for an indigent population. He is a L.S.U.D.C. (Licensed Advanced Substance Use Disorder Counselor) and a C.I.P.(Certified Intervention Professional). He started his career in business and has an additional 15 years of finance and business management experience prior to entering this field. Through his personal experience in recovery, HR has developed a passion for helping people understand and overcome the disease of addiction. This is what drives his dedication to the mission of Solbriety.
Alema Harrington is an award winning sports broadcaster and has been working in front of the camera for more than two decades. He will be most recognized for his work with the Utah Jazz and is the host of the pre, half and postgame shows for the Jazz television broadcasts on AT&T sports net.
Harrington helped found Solbriety to address some of the issues that people in recovery struggle with. Mainly a need for nutritional supplements that helped to heal the brain and improve cognitive function.
Alema is also a licensed substance use disorder counselor and works at the ARDU Recovery center in Provo. He spends a good portion of his time helping out in the addiction recovery community.
Harrington was born and raised in Hawaii, but is a long time resident of Utah. Alema played football at BYU where he was a running back on their 1984 National Championship team.