Why I Serve
“I serve as a Board Member for KITM because I believe every child should have quality access to mental health resources to assist them and their families with transitions in family dynamics such as divorce, separation, and remarriage. Children need a place to safely share their feelings and work through family transitions. KITM allows for any family with any means access to those important and necessary resources.”
– Stephanie Jones
Chuck VogelPresident, Snelling Staffing & Recruiting
James L. PursleyPartner, Sikich LLP
Katelyn KniclSenior Manager, Learning Management and Analysis, Panera
Eric MoyerFinancial Advisor, UBS Financial Services, Inc.
Ashlee BrockenbroughLuxury Travel Advising and Marketing Freelance Work
Bryan BueskingVice President of Sales, Synchronyhr.com
Shelly ChanitzHuman Resources Manager, Central County Emergency 9-1-1
Stephanie Enger-MorelandCommunity Programs Manager, The Marfan Foundation
Cathy GoldstickerTax Partner, Armanino
Timmy Hogenkamp Jr.Client Engagement Director, Turnberry Solutions
Stephanie JonesFamily Law Attorney, Jones Family Law Group, LLC
Michael Klevens, MDMedical Director, Immediate Care Services, St. Lukes Hospital
Daniel Reising, MDPsychiatrist, Clayton Behavioral
Kevin SmithManaging Partner, Big Blue Spark
Luke SmithCommercial Loan Officer, CU Business Group
Patricia SusiPrincipal, Curtis, Heinz, Garrett & O’Keefe, PC
Deborah WeberReal Estate Agent, Keller Williams Realty
Anyta WilsonFounder/Director, The Awareness Institute
Join Our Board
Interested in joining our Board of Directors? If you have experience with boards and fundraising, have a good network of friends and business associates to connect to the organization, and feel a strong commitment to our mission, this might be the volunteer position for you.
Advisory Council members serve in an advisory capacity to the Agency. In this capacity, the Council does not vote on Board matters and does not have governance authority. Council members have a unique opportunity to be involved without the full-time commitment of joining a Board of Directors. The Council advises the Board and/or staff on issues facing the Agency and keeps the Agency connected with the community at large.
Contact Information: For more information regarding the Kids In The Middle Advisory Council, please contact our Chief Executive Officer, Erin Eberhard, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advisory Council Members
Cy Alizadeh, MD – Orthodontist, Alizadeh and Schreiner Orthodontics
Ed Alizadeh – CEO, Geotechnology, Inc.
Valerie Carr – Community Volunteer
Jenn Christofferson – Director of Operations, MMB Music, Inc.
Phil Christofferson – Partner, Cockriel & Christofferson, LLC
William Clarke – Community Volunteer, Retired, CEO at Horner & Shifrin, Inc.
Rick Eisen – Partner, Growe Eisen Karlen Elierts LLC
Mark Graves, CPA – Partner, Schmersahl Treloar & Co.
Mike Hogan – Community Volunteer, Retired CAO & CFO of Sigma-Aldrich
Arleen Meyer Korenblat – Community Volunteer
John McArthur – Senior Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Krilogy Financial
Thomas McKinney, MD – Physician, St. Louis Pediatric Associates, Inc.
Honorable Amanda McNelley – Judge, St. Louis County Circuit Court
Ryia Ross-Peterson, MD – Physician, Mercy Ladue Pediatrics
Juanita Polito-Colvin, MD – Physician, St. Louis Pediatric Associates, Inc.
Sophya Raza – Founding Partner, Raza & Jones, LLC
Tracy Ring – Attorney, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C.
Patricia Rosenthal, LCSW – Associate Dean, Clinical Professor, UMSL
Eric Todd – Managing Shareholder, St. Louis Office, Ogletree Deakins
Mark Witzling – Executive Director, Craft Alliance
Kendall Young – Principal, Cauble & Harre Wealth Management
Pamela Zell – Partner, Six Point Financial Group, LLC