Our Board and Staff
Joe Adamcik – Board Chair
Ted Barrett – Vice-Chair
Gary Lord – Secretary
Lynn Saul – Treasurer
Dana Glasgo – Board Member
Mariellen Voit – Board Member
Stacie Wingfield – Board Member
As a strategic marketing executive, Stacie possesses an astute understanding of brand building and creative problem solving. After participating in a LinkedIn seminar at Journey to Hope, she was so appreciative and impressed that she made it her mission to get more involved. Her expertise and added input is valued as her Journey to Hope involvement has now become full circle. In addition to serving as a Board member, she volunteers with Scarlet Hope of Greater Cincinnati and serves as Logistics Team Lead at Grace Fellowship Church.
John Williams – Board Member
After retiring from a career as a university faculty member and senior administrator, he continues his Miami University connection as a part-time academic advisor. As a long-time “missions” person at Northminster Presbyterian Church, he has been a supporter of Journey to Hope since its inception and considers it to be Northminster’s primary local-mission outreach. Having witnessed the lasting impact Journey to Hope’s programs have had on members of the Greater Cincinnati community, he is pleased to be serving, whether entering data, helping with mailings, providing strategic input, or contributing monetarily.
Diane Kinsella – Executive Director
Diane serves as Journey to Hope’s Executive Director and as a leader for many of our groups. She’s a Gallup-certified Strengths Performance Coach and an International Coaching Federation (ICF) Associate Certified Coach (ACC) and has helped people see and leverage their unique strengths for greater fulfillment in life — personally, professionally, and socially. Diane oversees and helps deliver a program of more than 20 support groups, coaching groups, seminars, and workshops for life’s transitions. She recruits, trains, and supports the corps of 75 volunteers who facilitate these groups. Her other responsibilities include program development, publicity, providing referrals, and offering seminars to the public. Diane earned a B.B.A. in Management from the University of Cincinnati and completed her Master of Arts at Mount St. Joseph as a “Distinguished Graduate Student” in May 2009. Her focus is in Religious Studies with an emphasis on Spiritual and Pastoral Care.