+ Michael A. Brady / Claims, Billing & Sales Consultant
Michael A. Brady, Executive Vice President of Business Development & Project Management at Melagro Technologies, is a graduate of Murray State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing & Business. Michael currently sits on several faith-based boards focused on health and wellness ministry and integrating technologies to benefit the undeserved in various communities. Michael also is involved in assisting the faith-based and social service communities in developing a clinical standard of care to treat the condition of poverty.
+ Roxane Chan, PhD / RN, AHN-BC
At TTS, Roxane has been instrumental in driving the framework for research, evaluation and continuous quality improvement systems. Currently an assistant professor at Michigan State University, Roxane is an accomplished researcher with extensive experience, including in ethnographic studies and research to identify tracking strategies for integrative healthcare modalities in nursing core curriculum. She received a Ph.D. in nursing and health promotion risk reduction from the University of Michigan and a Master of Science in nursing administrative studies from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
+ Cynthia Jones
Cynthia Jones, is an entrepreneur and community activist with a passion to help, encourage, and empower others. She has an MBA in Entrepreneurial Marketing from CTU. She is our Social Media and Communication director. Cynthia has learned personal experience with “Mapping My Dreams,” she is a trained TTS coach at her home church, Third New Hope Baptist Church.
+ Sarah Kile
With a decades-long passion for community service, today Sarah is the executive director at 211 Northeast Michigan, where she proudly serves more than one million people in 23 counties. Also a lifetime certified trainer for the Bridges Out of Poverty program, Sarah has been actively engaged in educating the public about the effects of generational poverty for more than 10 years. She has sat on many community boards and is currently a council person for The City of Gladwin, Michigan, and sits on the board of education for the Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District and the Mid-Michigan chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters. Sarah has been recognized for her policy work, including receiving the Michigan Health Policy Champion Award for her work in raising county health rankings.
+ Gary Lalicki, MSW, LCSW
As an independent consultant with Behavioral Health Accreditation and Consulting, Gary works with TTS to empower organizations to meet accreditation and compliance standards. Gary graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Oakland University, a Master of Arts in social work from Wayne State University and a Master of Business Administration from Davenport University. He has more than 34 years of experience in mental health and substance abuse treatment, and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and a member of the Michigan Chapter Ethics Committee since 2011.
+ Joanne Rodriguez LEED AP, CDT / Environmental Justice Consultant
Joanne Rodriguez is the Owner and President of GreenStructure Ltd., a multi-disciplinary, woman-owned small business (WOSB), environmental consulting firm founded in 2012, housing over 30 years of experience greening the built environment. GreenStructure Ltd. focuses on the adaptation and mitigation of air, water, energy and waste impacts. Joanne is a graduate of Capital University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in English. She has professional certifications in Permaculture Design and Climate Change Communications from Oregon State and Cornell Universities. Ms. Rodriguez is a LEED Accredited Professional, Construction Document and Green Infrastructure Specialist.
+ Toya M. Russell / Marketing & Youth Development Consultant
Toya M. Russell brings a diverse professional and educational background to TTS; she obtained a Bachelor of Business Arts in Management and a Master of Business Administration from Northwood University. She serves as the Executive Director of B’Fly Girls, Inc. a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, based in Atlanta. B’Fly Girls provides group mentoring to girls in elementary, middle and high school—partnering with schools, community centers and faith-based organizations to provide influential youth mentoring services to young girls in a safe and trusting environment. Toya also co-owns and is the Assistant Director of Magnificent Day Care Center, Inc. a nonprofit child care operation that has served low-income families in Southwest Atlanta area for more than 40 years.
+ Deborah Snyder, MA, LLP / Behavioral Health & Clinical Consultant
Debbie brings a wealth of industry knowledge to TTS as a behavioral health and clinical consultant. During her more than 30 year career, Debbie has served as a clinician, clinical manager, case manager, director of operations and executive director. She offers a diverse background of clinical experience, including in the non-profit and for-profit environments, supporting crisis management, outpatient behavioral health and managed care protocols. Debbie graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Michigan and a Master of Arts in humanistic & clinical psychology from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology (formerly the Center for Humanistic Studies Graduate School). Now retired, Debbie maintains involvement as a consultant for TTS and as a clinical psychologist supervisor.
+ David Underwood / Faith-Based Organization Consultant
In his role as leader of the Community Care Network, and in partnership with TTS, David is developing and implementing the first faith-based delivery system, serving those in poverty by using TTS methodologies. Always a champion in the fight to eradicate poverty nationwide, David strives to build strategic collaborations among stakeholders in government, education, non-profits, foundations, healthcare, and private and public institutions. He is an active leader at Third New Hope Baptist Church in Detroit as a trustee and member of the health ministry. He is also a board member of the Community Development Corporation (Tri-Unity CDC), where he chairs the fund development committee, and a leader of the Third New Hope Community Care Network. He has more than 34 years of experience working in the public utility industry with DTE Energy; currently he is a principal account manager where he manages over $50 million of DTE Energy revenue. David also served on the advisory board for St. John Providence Health System Work-Life Committee, providing him insight into the challenges health systems face in serving communities. David attended Morehead State University where he received a Bachelor of Arts in business management.
+ Dr. Jan Young / Fund Development & Healthcare Consultant
Dr. Jan Young is a fund development and healthcare consultant for TTS. Dr. Young is a true TTS champion, promoting the work all over the country and leading the largest TTS pilot in the nation. Dr. Wilson describes her as “a star.”
Dr. Young also is the current executive director of The Assisi Foundation of Memphis, where she holds overall accountability for the implementation of the Foundation board’s philanthropic activities, community relations and staff management. Throughout her career, Dr. Young has been an acknowledged servant leader in health care, education, the military and philanthropy with national honors and numerous awards.
She has multiple interests, holds a variety of certifications and has been an invited speaker for local, regional and national conferences. Dr. Young received her Doctor of Nursing Science, as a summa cum laude graduate and recipient of the Faculty Award from the University of Tennessee Health Science College of Nursing.
Her military service began with the U.S. Army Nursing Corps Reserves, later transferring to the Air National Guard. In 2009, Dr. Young was promoted to the rank of Major General; she served her final military assignment as the Air National Guard Assistant to Air Education and Training Command, focusing on national policy issues, analysis and evaluation. After her retirement from the military, she coauthored the book Bridges to Health and Healthcare: New solutions for improving access and services, published in 2014.