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Meet Our Board

All Mothers, Of Course

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Emily Miller, NP

Director

Emily is a dedicated and experienced nurse practitioner with a love for providing compassionate healthcare. With 15 years of professional experience, she has honed her skills in patient care and healthcare management, striving to make a positive impact in the lives of those she serves. Beyond her professional life, she is a devoted mother to two wonderful boys, constantly learning and growing alongside them. She is excited to extend her commitment to the community by joining a nonprofit board, where she can leverage her expertise and passion for healthcare to contribute to meaningful causes and make a lasting difference in the lives of others.

Sanee Lombardi

Treasurer

Sanee is passionate about supporting mothers in their journey through motherhood. She’s raised three children as a single parent for many years and understands the importance of a village of mothers to support one another. She’s an accountant by day with an enthusiasm for live music and will travel at a moment’s notice and many miles to see a favorite band or check out a new one!

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Haley Sloffer, LMFT,LCAC

Secretary

Haley grew up in Huntertown, Indiana. She graduated from Johnson Bible College in Knoxville, Tennessee with her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy/Professional Counseling in 2007. Upon graduation, she moved back to Indiana and spent 9 years working as a therapist in

community mental health before transitioning to private practice. Haley currently is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Addiction Counselor as well as the Assistant Director at Live Heal Grow Counseling in Columbia City. Haley got married in 2015 and had her son, Beckett, in 2016 at 27 weeks. Haley is passionate about working with women struggling with trauma as well as those who have had traumatic births and helping them understand how that impacts their view of themselves and parenthood in general. She enjoys reading, hiking, and spending time with her family.

MaryClare Clark

Vice President

MaryClare Clark is a social worker with a passion for transformational leadership, particularly in the social services sector. After more than 15 years in nonprofit leadership, she has opened MC Squared, LLC. Now, as a small business owner, MaryClare strives to help leaders develop impactful, dedicated, healthy teams and to guide organizations toward sustainable growth and meaningful change through expert grant management and administrative support services.

 

MaryClare serves on the Indiana Department of Health Maternal Mortality Review Committee. She is also a mom who understands the struggle of balancing work and life. She is excited to serve as the first Vice President of the Board of Directors for Mission Motherhood.

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Jennifer Norris-Hale, PMH-C

Founder and President

Jennifer Norris-Hale is a boomerang resident of Fort Wayne, Indiana. She graduated from Indiana University-Bloomington with a degree in Apparel Merchandising and was in the apparel industry for over 10 years, spending most of that time building a career in Manhattan. Though her career took her to countries all over the world, it was in 2015 that she decided to make her way home and raise her children surrounded by family and friends. Since returning to Fort Wayne, she has continued developing her true passion in nonprofit work as the founder of Mission: Motherhood. She is an advocate for maternal mental health and was chosen as a TEDx Fort Wayne presenter in 2019 to speak on her experience with postpartum depression/anxiety. In 2020, she received her certification in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) through PSI.  It is her mission to implement community-based programming for mothers, so they are seen, heard, and understood. As the mother of four young boys, she wholeheartedly believes in showing them the importance of giving back to any community they are a part of by living that example.

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