Haven’s Board of Directors come from a variety of backgrounds and use their expertise to aid the Haven executive and clinical directors. Board members meet monthly and are highly involved in the fundraising efforts at Haven. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Board of Directors, contact Charley Smith at email@example.com. Learn about our current members:
Dorothy Coletta joined the Haven Board of Directors in 2014. She started her family in East Glenview, relocated to New York for 9 years, and then moved back to Glenview in 2010. She has over 15 years in volunteer board experience including 12 years of leadership roles for school, civic and service organizations. Having spent many years working with school district special education departments, advocating for not only her son but other children and families in need, Dorothy has a genuine interest in Haven’s mission and involvement in the community. She is thrilled to be part of such a wonderful organization and Board. Dorothy earned her bachelor’s degree in Business/Marketing from Northern Illinois University and is currently VP of Client Services for Forest Financial Group in Lake Forest.
Kimberly Boscow and her family moved to the North Shore in 2011 from St. Paul, Minnesota. In Minnesota she worked in various volunteer capacities with the St. Paul Academy and Summit School; House of Hope Presbyterian Church; United Hospital; Burroughs Elementary School Site Council; the People Center; and MN Special Olympics.
Kimberly is a graduate of Middlebury College and she currently works as a legal assistant in a Glenview law firm. She has three children ages 16, 18 and 23.
Chris is the assistant branch manager for North Shore Community Bank and Trust Company in Winnetka. North Shore is a community bank group serving Winnetka, Wilmette, Glencoe, Skokie and Sauganash and is a part of Wintrust Financial Corporation. Prior to joining the North Shore family, Chris worked as a Financial Advisor and at the Chicago Board of Trade. Chris is a community minded individual who believes strongly in the spirit of volunteerism. He has been involved with Literacy Works and the Housing Organization for Women and is looking forward to his board position with the Haven.
Amy Allen is a resident of Northfield and has four children. She has a history working with adults with disabilities as well as head coach for the Special Olympics Arizona. Amy also taught Health and Wellness through the Pace Program at National Lewis University here in Chicago. She is a graduate of Arizona State University, with an emphasis in Human Resources and Family Development. Amy is thrilled to work with such an inspiring and educated group.
Suzanne Carroll joined the Haven Board of Directors in 2015. She works as the Head of Talent Acquisition at Optimal Strategix Group, Inc. Suzanne began her career as a Special Education Teacher at the high school level. After serving as a Resource Teacher in a public high school, she was recruited to launch the Chicago area opening of Boys Hope. Initially serving as the Resource Teacher and educational liaison with local grade schools and Loyola Academy, she was promoted to Program Director. Suzanne earned a B.S. in Special Education/Education from Illinois State University and attended the M.Ed. Educational Psychology program at Loyola University of Chicago. She has served in various PTO Executive Board roles for Illinois District 39. Suzanne also serves as Merit Badge Coordinator and on the Board of Review for Boy Scouts of America – Wilmette Troop 5. An avid triathlete, she has completed both Olympic and Sprint distance triathlons.
Roselynn is a matrimonial law attorney with a solo practice in Evanston. She has a certificate in family and divorce mediation and is a fellow in the Collaborative Law Institute Of Illinois. Roselynn previously worked as a staff attorney for the Legal Aid Bureau of United Charities, n/k/a Metropolitan Family Services where she handled divorce and child custody cases.
Roselynn is a long-time Wilmette resident and the mother of two adult children. When her children were growing up, Roselynn served as Chairperson of the Wilmette Community Nursery School, Vice-President of the Harper School PTO and was on the board of Wilmette Safety Town.
Roselynn has a strong interest in family dynamics and the struggles of children and teens. Roselynn became impressed with the range and quality of Haven’s services several years ago when she saw first-hand how Haven helped a New Trier student.
Erin served on the Haven Youth Board and as a mentor in local middle schools in 2003-2005. After finishing high school, she spent a decade in Los Angeles, where she received a B.A. in Communication and a B.S. in Digital Social Media at the University of Southern California. Erin now works as a resume writer and enjoys helping people of all backgrounds navigate their personal and professional transitions.
Terrence Hunter is the owner and founder of Total-T Fitness, a personal training company, since 1988. He is a proud father of two children, a loving husband to Michele Hunter and aspiring magician. He has over 27 years of experience in the health and fitness industry. Terrence has had a passion for exercise and sports all his life and shares that passion with all his clients and through his prolific volunteer work with children. Terrence has worked closely with several youth programs in the Chicagoland and North Shore Area, from volunteer coaching soccer, football and basketball in the Wilmette Park District, to being featured in local media for his work with kids. He attended Northeastern Illinois University for Undergraduate Studies 1984-1987 and holds multiple sports certifications and memberships.
Michele Hunter is a new board member who grew up in Winnetka and now lines in Glenview with her husband and two children ages 12 and 14. She is a principal at the Architecture firm, Architrave Ltd. in Chicago and has spent many years volunteering at local schools and as a soccer coach. Michele is interested in helping adolescents navigate through junior high and high school and is eager to help Haven reach as many young teens as possible.
Mitchell Loveman, 53, was born and raised in Shaker Heights, Ohio. He graduated from Northwestern University in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Studies from the School of Speech. Mitchell has been a full service Commercial Real Estate Broker in the Greater Metropolitan Chicago area for over 30 years, specializing in corporate office Tenant Advisory Services, currently holding the position as Executive Managing Director with NY based Newmark Grubb Knight Frank. He is a volunteer Assistant Basketball Coach at Evanston Township High School for the Sophomore Girls Team. Mitchell currently resides in Winnetka, IL with his wife Sally Lou and their three (3) children: Marin (22), Carly (20) and Billy (16).
Vicki is a new board member who was born and raised in the UK. She moved with her family to Wilmette a few years ago, and is very happy to be living in the close-knit Wilmette community. She has two boys, aged 8 and 3. Vicki holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in Social work, both from prestigious UK universities. She has a long history of working with children and families in need of support in the UK, through working for a number of charitable organizations and government agencies. Since moving to the US, she has maintained an interest in and passion for working with people by undertaking voluntary work in the local community. She is also a very active member of the PTA at her son’s school, chairing the multicultural committee. She hopes that her knowledge and experience of working with young people in different capacities will be helpful to Haven.
Randy has been a board member of Haven for more than a decade. He is the past Treasurer, a position he held for 7 years. He holds a degree in Psychology, with a specialization in working with children. In that Randy’s career choice as an employee benefit consultant took him in a different direction, he chose to work with children by coaching many levels of various sports as well as working with Haven. Both of his children have spent many years on the youth board during high school at New Trier.