Recovery Resources has approximately 200 full-time and part-time staff members dedicated to providing services to those in need. Our Social Enterprise businesses also employ approximately 100 clients on staff as supported employees. We would not be able to provide the breadth of services that we currently offer without the much-appreciated help of our many volunteers. The senior leadership team responsible for oversight and implementation of the Agency’s strategic initiatives is comprised of a multi-disciplinary group of professionals, each of which lends industry expertise and experience to achieve the ultimate goal of helping people triumph.
The senior leadership team is responsible for oversight and implementation of the Agency’s strategic initiatives. It is comprised of a multi-disciplinary group of professionals, each lending their industry expertise and experience as partners in health and in hope to achieve the ultimate goal of helping people triumph.
Earlier, she served as the first Executive Director of the Evergreen Neuroscience Institute in Kirtland, WA, a community-owned health care system with primary and specialty care, home health, hospice and community-based outreach programs. She managed operating and capital budgets of $83 million.
A Cleveland native, she holds a nursing degree from Cuyahoga Community College, a bachelor’s degree in Health Care Administration from Lake Erie College, and a master’s degree in biomedical ethics from Case Western Reserve University. She is a member of the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities and the American College of Healthcare Executives. Among her many professional honors, she’s the recipient of the Cleveland Clinic Innovation Award for Service.
Kathy Clegg, MD, became the Medical Director at Recovery Resources in March 2014, but is not new to us. She has been seeing clients and supervising psychiatry residents at Recovery Resources since 1994 as part of the Public Academic Liaison Program, a collaboration of University Hospitals Case Medical Center and the ADAMHS Board.
Dr. Clegg is a full-time faculty member of the Department of Psychiatry at University Hospitals Case Medical Center where she has held the positions of Director of Public and Community Psychiatry Program since 2008, Director of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry since 1999 and Director of the Public Academic Liaison Program since 1996.
She has been an Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine since 2006. In addition, she is a faculty member at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. Dr. Clegg is board certified in psychiatry and addiction psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and has served as an examiner for the ABPN for more than ten years.
Dr. Clegg is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, a member of the American College of Psychiatrists and of the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry. She has more than twenty years of experience in community mental health centers in Cuyahoga County. Particular areas of interest include integrated behavioral and physical health care, medical student and resident education, disaster psychiatry and the area of compassion fatigue and self-care for caregivers.
Prior to coming to Recovery Resources, Corbin spent 13 years with another large and complex human services agency, West Side Ecumenical Ministry, as its chief program officer and area executive director. Her passion for, and commitment to, the nonprofit sector was inspired by her early career as a junior high school teacher. She transferred her passion for educating and coaching from a classroom to a nonprofit agency environment.
Corbin has a bachelor's degree from Kent State University and a Master of Science in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University. Additionally, she holds a Professional Human Resources certification.
Diane is a 25+ year seasoned professional in non-profit administration and fundraising in the NEOhio market. Most recently she served as the Vice President of Advancement at Magnificat High School and was tasked to build a comprehensive advancement program and capital campaign.
From 2006 to 2010 Diane served as Director of Development at the Cleveland Clinic and was a contributing development team member to the 1.25 Billion campaign. In addition to fundraising, she served as the Ohio Director for a National Organization lobbying for statewide teaching standards and advocating for health education for school-aged children resulting in SB118.
Diane has a Bachelors Degree from Hillsdale College.
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