NAMI names executive director



The board of directors of the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Hancock County has named Michelle Huff as the agency’s executive director. Huff succeeds Erin Rodabaugh, who resigned in November.
Prior to joining the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Huff was employed at Help Me Grow, Bridge Home Health and Hospice and, most recently, Hope House.
Huff is a licensed social worker in Ohio and is pursuing a master’s degree in social work at Ohio State University, with a focus on nonprofit management and a concentration in mental health.
Landon Dunn, president of the NAMI board of directors, said Huffman “hopes to continue to build on NAMI’s successes with greater visibility, new ideas and new partnerships.”



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