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Rosecrance boards welcome new members

New board members are from the Rockford and Chicagoland areas.

Rosecrance is pleased to announce six new board members will join the Rosecrance, Inc., Rosecrance Foundation, or the Rosecrance Foundation Chicago boards.

Rosecrance continues to strengthen its reputation as a nationally recognized leader in recovery through continued expansion. The organization now serves more than 50,000 people each year at its facilities in Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin. New board members are from the Rockford and Chicagoland areas and will support events, programs, and expansions at Rosecrance locations in their respective areas.

“I’m grateful that people are moved to support our mission by giving their time and resources,” said Rosecrance President and CEO Dave Gomel, Ph.D. “It’s inspiring to see extraordinary leaders willing to share their abilities so we can continue to champion hope in the communities we serve.”

The Rosecrance Foundation Rockford board welcomes Tana Vettore. She is the founder of Stroll on State for the Rockford Area Economic Development Council.

The Rosecrance Foundation Chicago board has added Sobhi Baghdadi. He is a financial advisor for Savant Wealth in Chicago.

The Rosecrance Foundation Iowa board welcomes two members: Frank Gray, who served as the City of Sioux City treasurer, and Eileen Mitchell, who is a longtime Tyson Foods project manager.

In addition, The Rosecrance, Inc. board welcomes two members: Jake Trotter, who is an attorney at Cicero, France & Alexander, P.C., and Tiffany Bates, who is a caseworker for the Illinois Department of Human Services.

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