Michael Owens is the Executive Director & Founder of Trinity Sober Living, LLC. Trinity Sober Living (TSL) provides the most comprehensive after-treatment care in Illinois. Our Trinity House for men is a sober-living home located in the beautiful western suburb of Hinsdale, Illinois. In addition to our Sober House, Trinity After-Care Solutions (TACS) is one of the most unique and comprehensive after-care support programs for the recovering addict or alcoholic. TACS is an additional Trinity solution that combines daily Structure, personal Accountability, and community Support to significantly increase the chances of long-term recovery.
Prior to Trinity Sober Living, Michael was the President and Owner of OSG Global, an executive search, contract staffing, IT consulting, and Training solutions firm, based in Oak Brook, Illinois. OSG Global was founded in Illinois in 1975. Michael bought the business in 2012 and subsequently moved the business to Oak Brook. In his role, Michael was responsible
for the strategic vision and leadership.
Prior to OSG Global, Michael cofounded N-1 Technologies, a technology leasing, hardware services, and IT consulting solution provider, in 2002. N-1 Technologies was an organization whose sole focus is delivering solutions to customers to reduce the cost and risk associated with their information technology needs. These solutions combine both the technical and financial
aspects of our customers’ IT infrastructure to ensure the highest return on their IT asset investments.
Michael holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the University of Illinois–Champaign/Urbana. He also obtained a Master’s degree in Education from Kaplan University. He is currently working on his Masters of Certification in Alcohol and Drug Counseling from Purdue University. Michael resides in Chicago’s western suburbs with his wife and their four children. Michael has had the privilege of sitting on various boards and associations dedicated to end the hopelessness of thousands in Chicago. Cara Chicago is a non-profit organization that his father founded in 1994. He is also 12+ years sober and very active in the recovery community.