IPAC BOARD NEWS

The IPAC Board would like to offer a sincere thank you to all of the retiring board members who have dedicated their time and energy to continuing the mission of serving the young Appalachian child and their families with health and wellness, and who continue to make a difference in our Southeast Ohio communities.

Thank you, Sue Johanson, Cindy Birt, Dawn Murray, Sherri Shamblin and Mary McPherson. 

The IPAC board also welcomes Anne Rubin as the new board chair.  Anne has served on the board since 2011 and is Managing Attorney for Southeastern Ohio Legal Services' Athens office.  She has worked for over thirty years in Appalachian Ohio, including time spent with Athens County Children's Services and has a background representing low income individuals with issues ranging from access to health care and public benefits to civil matters and homelessness prevention. 

 

Integrating Professionals for Appalachian Children also wishes a fond farewell to Dawn Mollica, who served as the organization's first Executive Director and among her many accomplishments, was successful at implementation of the Southeast Ohio Community HUB PATHWAYS model.  Thank you Dawn for all of your amazing work!