On October 25, 2021, Community Health Foundation (CHF) welcomed three new board members and new officers to its Board of Directors.
New to the board are Megan Miller, Family Nurse Practitioner and owner of Megan L. Miller APRN CNP Direct Primary Care, Andrea O’Connor, Grants Manager at Wilson Sheehan Foundation, and, Matt Shroyer, Principal and CPA with Clark Schaefer Hackett Business Advisors. Their terms began November 1, 2021, and continue through October 31, 2024.
Megan L. Miller, Family Nurse Practitioner is the owner, operator and primary provider for Megan L. Miller APRN CNP Direct Primary Care which opened in January of 2021. Her organization is working to break the healthcare mold in this community as a direct primary care facility. Megan was born and raised in Clark County and is a graduate of Shawnee High School. She received an undergraduate degree in Biology from The Ohio State University and then completed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Nursing, both at the University of Cincinnati. Megan is the former inpatient neurology nurse practitioner at Springfield Regional Medical Center under the Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders practice. She loves to be involved with the community and has helped run several local political campaigns. On any given night of the week, you can find Megan at a local fundraiser or enjoying dinner at one of Clark County’s unique local restaurants. She is an avid exerciser and is passionate about preventive healthcare.
Andrea O’Connor was born and raised in Clark County. After graduation from Catholic Central High School, she attended the University of Dayton, graduating in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Management and a minor in Psychology. Andrea began working at the Wilson Sheehan Foundation upon graduation, starting as the Assistant to the Executive Director. Today, she is the Grants Manager. Over the last 8 years, Andrea has been involved with several local agencies and organizations including Catholic Central, Leadership Academy Clark County, Second Harvest Food Bank and the Women’s Partnership Funds Advisory Council. After living in Columbus since 2014, Andrea and her husband, Trevor, and their daughter, Jude, moved to Springfield to be closer to family. Andrea says of her appointment to the CHF board, “as a woman, I am passionate about the preservation of reproductive services and quality health care. As a member of this community, I want to help promote health and wellness through education in Clark and Champaign Counties. I am looking forward to serving on the Community Health Foundation board.”
Matt Shroyer, CPA, has been with Clark Schaefer Hackett for 13 years and in public accounting for 30 years. Matt’s primary area of expertise is providing audit, tax, and consultation services to not-for-profit organizations, including Single Audits for recipients of federal awards. Matt has extensive experience providing services to institutions of higher education, healthcare facilities and the affordable housing industry. Matt is also a member of the firm’s peer review team, where he reviews not-for-profit, Single Audit, HUD and higher education engagements for his peer review clients. Matt speaks at external and internal trainings, as well as writes articles regarding not-for-profit accounting, auditing and governance topics. His professional affiliations include the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants, Ohio Association of College & University Business Officers and LeadingAge Ohio. Community activities he is involved with include The Ohio Masonic Home – Audit Committee Chair, LeadingAge Ohio Budget and Finance Committee, Wright State University Department of Accountancy Advisory Board, Springfield Area Church Athletic League – Treasurer , Leadership Clark County – Former President and Gathering of Miami Valley – Former Treasurer
Board officers for the year are Stephanie McCuistion chair, Leann Castillo, vice chair, Darrell Kitchen, treasurer, Wendy Ford, secretary and at-large officers are Anne Holtz and Amy Stacy.
“Every new and continuing board member brings a different and valuable perspective to the workings of our foundation. Their expertise, experience and commitment to serve our community helps us to serve those who need it most. With them, we are a strong, vibrant and unstoppable force as we strive to provide health, wellness and daily living assistance to the citizens of Clark and Champaign counties,” said Joy Roger, Executive Director of CHF. “New perspectives and ideas through the addition of new board members and appointment of new officers is always exciting at CHF. These appointments represent another step forward in the continuation of the mission of our organization,” says Rogers.
CHF is also proud to renew the board membership of Adele Adkins, Leann Castillo, Wendy Ford and Amy Stacy (same terms as new board members). The retiring board members