Magnolia Clubhouse Announces New Board of Trustees Members

Apr 08, 2013, 08:20 ET from Magnolia Clubhouse

CLEVELAND, April 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Magnolia Clubhouse, a non-profit organization serving the needs of adults who live with mental illness, announces the addition of  6 new board members: Helen Jones-Toms, Christopher Morgan, Lynn Quintrell, Cassandra Richardson, Siobhan Thompson and Christeen Tuttle.  

Helen Jones-Toms is the director of marketing and communications for the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University. Previously she led the university's marketing efforts in engineering and fundraising as well as served as a campaign communications consultant for the Cleveland Museum of Art.  

Chris Morgan is an Associate General Counsel at Parker Hannifin Corporation and handles litigation, import/export, regulatory and intellectual property matters. Chris is the Chair of Magnolia Clubhouse's Capital Campaign Committee which seeks to raise $3.5 million to double Magnolia's capacity to serve those in need.

Lynn Quintrell, a graduate of Lafayette College with a Masters from Case Western Reserve University, has a background in corporate finance administration and retail administration. She currently works at Appletree Books in Cleveland Heights. Lynn is a valued volunteer at Magnolia Clubhouse for Bloomin', the onsite resale shop. 

Cassandra Richardson is the former Chief Financial Officer of the Alcohol Drug Addiction Mental Health Services Board from 2009 – 2012 and previously was Chief Financial Officer of the Cuyahoga County Community Mental Health Board from 2003 – 2009. Cassandra also served as Executive Financial Administrator for the Cuyahoga County Office of Health & Human Services.

Siobhan Thompson is an attorney who has practiced for over twenty years in the mental health field. She primarily represents people in involuntary commitment and informed consent medication hearings. She also represents developmentally disabled people in continued commitment hearings. Her legal practice background also includes products liability litigation support and general practice.

Christeen Tuttle is a valued volunteer at Magnolia Clubhouse for Bloomin', the resale shop located onsite. Christeen is involved in the development of a six acre urban park on Euclid Avenue in Cleveland, at the grounds of Dunham Tavern Museum, where she is on the board.

Magnolia Clubhouse (formerly known as Hill House) has been promoting recovery for adults with mental illness in Northeast Ohio since 1961. Magnolia Clubhouse supports employment and education for 347 members. Psychiatric services and primary care services are offered in its Carriage House Clinic.

11101 Magnolia Drive
Cleveland, OH 44106

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