REVENUE CYCLE OPERATIONS MANAGER, CARESOURCE
Paul Robinson is an avid curler, and sometime camper with his daughter, when he is not serving as Board Chair for Hannah’s Treasure Chest and working in Finance/Treasury at CareSource. Originally from the East Coast, his 25+ years in the Buckeye State includes roles as Chief Deputy of the Montgomery County Treasurer’s Office; Treasurer of the Montgomery County Land Bank; and Technical Sales Consultant at LexisNexis. A graduate of the Leadership Dayton program, Paul earned an MBA from Miami University and a BA and MA in International Affairs from the Johns Hopkins and George Washington Universities. He is also proud to serve as Director of the Dayton Metro Library Foundation and as President of the South Dayton Figure Skating Club.
CAPACITY PLANNING MANAGER, CARESOURCE
Kathy Borchers is Senior Director of HR Operations at CareSource. Prior to joining CareSource, Kathy facilitated skill-building workshops, coaching, assessments, and group facilitation at Stellar Performance, focused on helping leaders and teams in technology make a measurable difference in their business. Previously, Kathy held the position of Vice President of Technology Infrastructure for Elsevier.
Borchers earned her Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from the University of Dayton. In addition, she has completed strategic leadership and executive management programs at Harvard University and Oxford University.
PARTNER, CLARK SCHAEFER HACKETT
CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER, WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY
Leadership Dayton Member, Class of 2017
Shari Mickey-Boggs serves as the Chief Human Resources Officer & Secretary to the Board of Trustees for Wright State University. Wright State University, a public research university in Dayton, Ohio.Shari joined Wright State in February 2014 with responsibility for the strategic and operational planning of all human resource functions including talent management, total rewards, employee & labor relations, HRIS, operations, and wellness.
Prior to Wright State, she spent nearly seven years as the Senior Associate Vice President for HR at Xavier University, a private Jesuit Catholic University in Cincinnati, Ohio. For thirteen years, Shari held several human resources leadership positions with The Ohio State University including Director of Employee & Labor Relations and Director of Organization & HR Consulting. Her HR experience has been in private and public sectors with various industry experiences in retail, health care, government and academia.
Ms. Mickey-Boggs earned her B.A. in Political Science from The Ohio State University and her M.B.A. from Franklin University. She is a member of the Society of Higher Education HR Executives, Colleges & University Professional Association for Human Resources and the Society for Human Resource Management. Shari currently serves on Anthem’s Ohio Customer Advisory Group, and is a former State Co-Chair of the American Council of Education Women’s Network-Ohio. She is married with two college-age children.
VOLUNTEER- TOY ROOM LEADER, HANNAH’S TREASURE CHEST
A long-time resident of Centerville, Hill began her service to the community as her four children became involved with Girl and Boy Scouts. “While my girls were in Scouts, I served what was then the Buckeye Trails Council as area chairwoman, and held the position of Secretary on the Board of Trustees for 13 years,” Hill said.
For several years, Hill acted as facilitator between Normandy Church and community scouting troops that used the church’s facilities. In addition, she helped set up and coordinate a support group for widows that is still going strong after 23 years.
Hill is perhaps best known for her 27 years as a preschool teacher at the parent-owned Children’s Cooperative Preschool (CCP) that was located at Normandy Church. When CCP closed its doors in 2005, Hill brought donations from her classroom to local nonprofit Hannah’s Treasure Chest and became involved in volunteering. She has been a strong supporter and full-time volunteer with the organization since that time.
“I knew when I left the preschool that I wanted to continue doing things to help children,” Hill said. “I have found that in the work I do with Hannah’s Treasure Chest.”
General Board Members
OWNER AND OPERATOR, METAL SUPERMARKETS DAYTON
Rick and his wife Elizabeth are new business owners and operators of Metal Supermarkets Dayton. Previously, he had a 26-year career as a Senior Account Executive selling high end software solutions globally with most of those years in search technologies. Rick also serves as the Stake President (a leadership role) in his church overseeing and managing 10 different congregations throughout the greater Dayton area.
Rick first became acquainted with Hannah’s Treasure Chest in 2006 when one of his sons coordinated a clothing drive for HTC as his Boy Scout Eagle project. Rick served as a general volunteer at HTC beginning in early 2016 and quickly put his skills as a handyman and organizer to work. His skills were key to the major reorganization accomplished in September 2016 as HTC expanded to an additional 3,200 s.f. to its facility. In early 2017 Rick was asked to join the HTC Board.
RETIRED (SR. PROJECT ENGINEER), RETIRED (WOOLPERT)/ RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES
Art Williams retired as the Manager, Business Services and Senior Associate from Woolpert, Inc. an Engineering, Architecture, and Geospatial Services firm. In this role, he was responsible for all corporate real estate, records management, purchasing, and telecommunications.
Since 2015 he’s been employed part-time as a Guest Services Manager at the Dayton, Ohio Ronald McDonald House.
PRODUCT SPECIALIST, LEBANON FORD
TEACHER, KETTERING CITY SCHOOLS
Jessica loves teaching at Fairmont High School where she’s been an English teacher and yearbook adviser for longer than her students have been alive! In 2019, she became the Hope Squad adviser when the school adopted this peer-to-peer suicide prevention program through Grant Us Hope. She is passionate about promoting a positive school culture for all students and their families.
Jessica joined the Hannah’s Treasure Chest Board as a Leadership Dayton Class of 2018 representative because she was drawn to the mission of enriching the lives of children in need. She enjoys seeing that mission in action through the volunteers and staff at Hannah’s and is impressed by the innovative ways Hannah’s Treasure Chest makes an impact in our community.
In addition to Hannah’s Treasure Chest, Jessica was a Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Man or Woman of the Year candidate in 2021 where she led her team to raise over $30,000 for cancer research. She is a past president of the Junior League of Dayton and continues to work with the JLD to promote literacy and voluntarism in our community. Jessica has also served on the associate boards of the Dayton Art Institute and the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery. Jessica also had a brief stint as a volunteer basketball and track coach at St. Albert’s, but she’s better off cheering from the sidelines!
A slow-and-steady runner and novice tennis player, Jessica and her family enjoy traveling and adventuring together. Jessica lives in Kettering with her husband, Jeff, and their three children, Ella, Ben, and Emma.
Max K. Plunkett II, CFP
FAMILY WEALTH ADVISOR/ FINANCIAL ADVISOR, MORGAN STANLEY-THE PLUNKETT GROUP
Max is a Dayton native, having grown up in Centerville and attended Alter High School. After playing football at Kent State, he was hired by Morgan Stanley where he is now a Family Wealth Advisor. He lives in Centerville with his wife Amelia and their rescue dog Sydney. Service has always been important in his life, having had required service hours to graduate high school, and he loves to give back to the community that he is so fond of. In addition to serving on the board of Hannah’s Treasure Chest, he is also a board member at the Humane Society of Greater Dayton, as well as an Associate Board member at the Dayton Art Institute. He is also a proud 2019 graduate of the Leadership Dayton program.
ATTORNEY, GRAYDON HEAD AND RICHEY
Trish Hill is a Partner with the law firm of Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP based in their Liberty Township Office. Her practice concentrates in loan workouts, commercial collection and foreclosure and bankruptcy law, and she is licensed in Ohio, Florida and Michigan. Her representation covers the spectrum of loan origination issues, re-documenting of loans, through the execution on judgment and real estate foreclosures. She is a graduate of the University of Dayton in Civil Engineering and her J.D. and a member of the Leadership Dayton Class of 2019.
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER, MILLER VALENTINE
Gus Laver is a Senior Project Manager with Miller-Valentine Construction and a member of the 2021 Dayton Leadership program. He has extensive experience overseeing construction projects through preconstruction and construction phases. Gus is originally from Pennsylvania and earned his Master’s Degree in Real Estate Development from the University of Maryland and his B.S. in Business Management from Clemson University. Gus lives in Centerville with his wife and three children. He enjoys playing golf and coaching his kids’ sports teams.
PUBLICS WORKS DIRECTOR, CITY OF CENTERVILLE
Pat Turnbull is a U.S. Navy Veteran, professional engineer, and trained public servant who has worked in the public works, utility, and solid waste fields for the last 20 years. He currently leads the City of Centerville’s Public Works team, which maintains the roads, collects waste and recycling, and generally maintains all public spaces and right of way in the City. He and his team are passionate about being leaders and trusted stewards of the environment where they focus on service, innovation, collaboration, and financial responsibility.
Deanna is a Miami Valley native who joined the Hannah’s Treasure Chest team as Development Director in 2017 after co-founding another local nonprofit, Brigid’s Path. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience addressing the needs of children in the Dayton area. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Wright State University
When she’s not advocating for others or volunteering at school for her three children, Deanna can be found winning a game of Scrabble against her husband, Andy.