Board of Directors
Retired Advanced Practice Nurse Psychotherapist with broad ranging experience as clinical practitioner, educator, advocate, organizer and speaker. Committed to driving improved patient care through education, patient advocacy and clinical practice.
Founder and President of Gimmal Group, Inc. Gimmal was founded in June of 2002 with 10 people and has grown to 100 professionals with a $25MM run rate under Mr. Alsup’s leadership. He is a Rice University graduate with an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.
Licensed Counselor Birmingham Group Health Services. SA member/Leader since 1986. Proud to say that SA and God have saved his life.
Retired Ford Motor Credit Union. “Committed to devote the rest of my life to helping other people with mental illness and believe this is God’s plan for my life. I receive so much support from the members of S.A. and have met the most caring, compassionate people. It was my goal to make S.A. a national group and I will continue the endeavor as long as I live.”
Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Laboratory of Interpersonal Violence and Victimization at the University of Rochester, School of Medicine and Dentistry. Dedicated to helping those afflicted with schizophrenia and their families and improving access to information and support. Dr. Cerulli is also a practicing attorney with expertise in providing consultation to individuals involved in the criminal and civil court systems. Her particular area of interest is family violence and conflict.
Marketer, Educator and Entrepreneur: http://www.rushindustries.com/ Susan is passionate about advocating for her son’s recovery and also helping others so that they do not have to go it alone. Susan discovered SARDAA about a year and a half ago and is committed to sharing her experience, strength and hope through the Family and Friends Support Group.
Business Development Manager at Jenner & Block LLP; Board Member at Sinai Assisted Living Foundation; Past Executive Director at Treatment Advocacy Center; Director of Marketing at Beveridge & Diamond, P.C.; Major Gifts Officer at American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science
Chief of Psychiatric Services, Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services; oversees 12 psychiatrists and 5000 adults with severe mental illness; manages caseload of approximately 650 patients with diagnoses of Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder or Major Depression; lead psychiatrist for Homeless mentally ill population in Cincinnati and ACT teams; liaison with Mental Health Board and Ohio Department of Mental Health; does consultation/second opinions for high risk patients in the community with special expertise in the treatment of Schizophrenia and related disorders; Volunteer Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
Cathy Kothari is a Senior Clinical Research Scientist at Western Michigan University School of Medicine, is the principle in Kothari Consulting LLC (a public health evaluation consulting firm), and a doctoral candidate in Western Michigan University’s Interdisciplinary Health Sciences PhD program. Cathy has experience assessing the effectiveness of mental health-substance abuse programs, of educating healthcare providers on therapeutic services/interventions for patients, and navigating the court and mental health systems to secure services and safety for individuals experiencing mental illness.