Peter Marinelli, founder and Executive Director of The Archway Foundation, has been sober since 1988. With a career in the addiction field spanning over three decades, Peter has dedicated his life to understanding the intricacies of addiction and the transformative power of spiritual principles. His wealth of experience has made him a renowned figure in the field, sought after by professionals and individuals alike for his compassionate guidence and unwavering commitment. Peter has given countless talks across the U.S and abroad, including television, radio, and podcasts on the subjects of recovery and spirituality. His resolute belief in the power of spirituality to transform lives led him to establish the nonprofit organization The Archway Foundation as a sanctuary for individuals seeking lasting recovery.
Marion Marinelli has been sober since 1989. She has been heavily involved with her Church since her first days of recovery and has enjoyed years of success in the chemical addiction field. Originally from Bellingham, Washington, Marion now resides in South Florida. Her favorite phrase is "You can't out give God" Marion and her husband Peter Marinelli have walked many men and women down the path of recovery on both a personal and public level. Marion strives to better herself and to be of service to those around her. Marion is one of the biggest reasons why The Archway Foundation is a uniquely special place!
Christopher has committed his life to making a difference in the treatment center industry. Since 2020, he has been a part of The Archway Foundation, where he has been mentored by Peter Marinelli. Christopher is a distinguished graduate of Florida Atlantic University, earning Summa Cum Laude honors for his degrees in Business Management and Digital Marketing. His impressive academic achievements have led to his membership in the Phi Kappa Phi National Honors Society. Additionally, Christopher holds certification as a CF-L1 fitness coach.
Tim is an alumni of The Archway Foundation and is in long-term recovery since June 22, 2018. He has been involved with The Archway Foundation and Peter Marinelli since its inception, and has mentored many men in this time. Tim is very involved in his 12-step fellowship and is dedicated to serving men and women suffering from addiction. Tim has worked as an electrician for over two decades. In his free time, Tim enjoys spending time with friends and playing the guitar.
Steve has worked as a mentor for The Archway Foundation with Peter Marinelli since 2020, and has walked many men and women through our curriculum during this time. In long-term recovery himself, Steve is an active member in his 12-step fellowship. Steve is an animal lover, and is a proud dog dad to Pippa.