Michael Carlin - Board Chair
Michael provides oversight and support to four community-based hospital pharmacies within the University Hospitals system, totaling about 600 beds. His primary role includes promotion and integration of pharmacy services across all entities and providing strategic support and communication throughout all UH pharmacy entities. Michael actively engages with key stakeholders, both internal and external, to convert all locations to the enterprise electronic medical record and automation cabinets. He works to design, build, and renovate existing IV compounding areas and retail pharmacy space. Providing operational oversight to over 100 pharmacists, residents, pharmacy technicians, and students, Michael has held Director of Pharmacy positions at both UH St. John Medical Center and Lakewood Hospital for the past 10 years. He has also held management positions within institutional pharmacy settings. Michael earned his Bachelor Degree of Pharmacy from The University of Toledo, College of Pharmacy, and has a Healthcare Master of Business degree from Baldwin Wallace University.
Allen Mix - Board Vice Chair
Allen Mix is an Associate Relationship Manager for Key Private Bank, delivering integrated wealth strategies and forward-thinking, objective advice to his clients, which include individuals and families, retirees, business owners, executives and professionals. Leveraging more than 9 years in the financial services industry, Allen guides you through the wealth management process, coordinating all of the pieces for you in a simple, accessible way. He helps clients define their goals and priorities. (Read Full Bio Here >>)
Patricia Mezinskis - Board Secretary / Treasurer
Patricia Mezinskis, MSN, RN, FNGNA, has been a nurse for over 45 years. She worked in intensive care settings for several years but has spent most of her career in nursing education. She was a Professor of Nursing at the University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash College, for 25 years, retiring in 2013. She is a clinical specialist in Gerontological Nursing and has a special interest in university linked retirement communities. Pat is on the Board of the Emeriti Association at the University of Cincinnati and was recently appointed as Director of the new Emeriti Center at the University. She is also chair of the Health Ministry Committee at her church, works at a food pantry each week, and is in T.T.T., a national organization that sends young girls to summer camp. Pat graduated from Marycrest College in Davenport, Iowa, and received her master’s degree from the University of Cincinnati. She is a Fellow in the National Gerontological Nursing Association.
Frank Martines – Board Member
As a current member of Kendal at Home, Frank has a strong background in education with a focus on leadership. He served as the Director of School Based Management, Curriculum and Instruction, Management Budget and Systems, and General Education in the Cleveland school system. He also taught mathematics, served as department chair and was a guidance counselor in the Cleveland school system. Frank earned both his Bachelor and Master degrees from John Carroll University. He has been actively involved in Leadership Cleveland, Fairmount Theatre for the Deaf, Church of St. Dominic, and the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation. Frank and his wife Monica are members of Kendal at Home.
Edna Chun - Board Member
Edna B. Chun, D.M., is an educational leader and award-winning author with more than two decades of strategic human resource and diversity leadership experience in public higher education. Dr. Chun’s work and publications focus on talent practices that build organizational capacity. She advises higher education leaders and boards on strategic diversity and human resources planning and transformation, organizational design, faculty and administrative compensation, total rewards strategy, and leadership and workforce development. (Read Full Bio Here >>)
Andrew Fauver - Board Member
Andy has more than 20 years of experience in new business development, strategic planning and operations with INSIGHT2PROFIT, Ernst & Young, Capgemini and The Freedonia Group. Andy is Vice President of Business Development and leads sales and marketing for INSIGHT2PROFIT, a consulting and technology firm that partners with clients to deliver sustainable growth and profit improvement to companies through implementation and management of pricing and profit strategies. Prior to INSIGHT2PROFIT, Andy led Freedonia Custom Research, a leading market research and consulting firm covering a wide range of industrial markets, and served global 1000 manufacturers, private equity firms and investment banks in support of mergers and acquisitions, raising capital, new product development, and identifying/assessing new markets and applications. As a management consultant with Ernst & Young and Capgemini, Andy demonstrated leadership, project management and problem-solving skills serving clients in the manufacturing, retail and healthcare industries. Andy has a Bachelor of Arts in History from Hamilton College (Clinton, NY) and a Masters of Business Administration from the Weatherhead School of Management (Cleveland, OH).
Joseph Haubrich - Board Member
Joseph Haubrich has over thirty years of experience in the areas of economics and finance. Currently a senior professional economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, where he has managed groups in both research and bank supervision, he was previously an assistant professor of finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Joe received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Chicago and his Ph.D in Economics from the University of Rochester. He has published in a variety of professional journals, and currently serves as an associate editor of the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking and on the advisory panel of the Chicago Financial Institutions Conference.
Jennifer Campbell - Board Member
Jenny Campbell is a professional advocate for older adults, and for over 35 years she has led the evaluation of numerous aging-demonstration programs. In addition to her consulting practice with nonprofit organizations, Dr. Campbell serves as a lecturer at Bryn Mawr College's Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research for over 20 years. Her areas of research include aging in community and using nurse practitioners to provide primary care. After Hurricane Katrina, Dr. Campbell served as director of the Hurricane Fund for the Elderly, an initiative of Grantmakers in Aging. She also served as the evaluator on EngAGEment for Grantmakers in Aging and for Grantmakers In Aging's Community AGEnda project - a Pfizer funded age-friendly city project. Currently, Dr. Campbell is evaluating two rural projects: one to increase nursing student interest in a long-term care career with older adults, and the other to build age-friendly capacity in South Dakota. She is also currently working on a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funded project to find best practices in age-friendly work abroad and work to bring these practitces to the United States. Jenny holds a Ph.D. in Social Work and Social Research from Bryn Mawr College, as well as a master's degree in Social Work from the State University of New York in Stony Brook and a master's degree in Education and Gerontology from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Timothy Beidleman - Board Member
Currently self-employed in commercial real estate investment, Timothy previously worked as a technology consultant for Sidley Austin Law Firm and a Computer Programming Professor at Lorain County Community College. Timothy actively served in the U.S. Navy for 6 years and as a reservist for an additional 2 years. He received a Bachelors of Business Administration at the University of Cincinnati, a Master’s Degree in Information Security Management from Trinity University, and a Doctorate in Organizational Management from the University of Maryland, UC. A published author of academic and non-academic books, Timothy serves as a Board Member for the Lorain County General Health District and Mercy Health.