Shannah Mulvihill has worked in the non-profit and public sectors for 20+ years in the areas of communications, development, public policy and organizational leadership. Shannah holds a Masters Degree in counseling psychology from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, and has served as a volunteer counselor for the Walk-In Counseling Clinic and Crisis Connection. She is a current board member and treasurer of Access Press, a non-profit newspaper focused on issues related to disabilities. She is a former board chair of Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless and former disaster services volunteer and advisory committee member of the Twin Cities American Red Cross. Shannah is a Certified Fund Raising Executive, and a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Bethany Gladhill is an experienced non-profit management consultant, who has worked as the part-time Business Manager for Mental Health Minnesota since 2010. Though she is not supposed to have favorite clients, Mental Health Minnesota might actually be one, since she greatly admires the grassroots advocacy and focus on individual empowerment for mental health issues. Gladhill consults in finance, human resources, marketing, fundraising, and general management for both on-going and periodic clients, as well as providing strategic planning and evaluation services. She holds a BA magna cum laude from Tufts University and a Masters of Historic Preservation from Goucher College, Baltimore.
Holly Raab is the Program Manager for Mental Health Minnesota, and a qualified mental health practitioner in the state. Her work has intersected with the mental health field over several decades, beginning as a need to know more when an important person in her life leaned towards crisis. She has worked as a Counselor for North Suffolk Mental Health Association in Boston, a Program Director for Dungarvin in Oklahoma, and a Client Services Coordinator for Interact Center in Minneapolis. With a Ph.D. in Archaeology, she also has a deep interest in ancient civilizations and worked many years in Egypt and Greece. In her spare time she paints in her studio and tries to keep up with an extended wildlife family in the back forty.