Our Board

Suzanne Parker, PresidentSuzanne is currently works in the pharmaceutical industry managing operations and brings both managerial and board experience to CFOR. Suzanne experienced the "giving back" philosophy in her college days and is happy to be in the position once again to give to her community and specifically to CFOR.
Monty Meduna, Vice PresidentWith 25 years in the banking industry, Monty brings a background in business development and management. He is excited to transfer his experience from other non-profit boards to help CFOR best serve the children and families in our communities.
Andrew O'Reilly, TreasurerAndrew O’Reilly brings 20 years of experience in performance improvement, strategic management, and project management to the CFOR board. After several years of employment in the non-profit sector, as well as volunteer experiences with other organizations focused on the well-being of families and children, he was inspired to take his civic engagement to the next level. He looks forward to using his skills and expertise to help CFOR further its mission.
Anita Jain CrowtherAnita is an attorney currently in private practice focused on Family and Criminal Law. She was previously a district attorney and as such saw first hand the situations that give rise to the need for the services offered by CFOR. That background is also why Anita is committed to ensuring that CFOR continues to grow and service those in need.
Chris GrosserChris's background is in healthcare and business. She's also a longtime volunteer in local schools and the community, and is passionate about fostering parent-child relationships in a safe and supportive environment. As a Board member she hopes to help position CFOR to succeed and grow, and to be an ambassador for the organization.
Deborah Valentine
Deborah is a retired social work professor and in addition to her clinical knowledge, brings to the Board a wide range of administrative, problem-solving and conflict resolution skills. Serving on the Board means Deb can continue to be involved in a community that is committed to improving the lives of children and families.