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NAMI Mercer Officers

Sally Osmer.Janet Haag, Executive Director

 

Janet Haag earned Master of Art degrees in Clinical Psychology and in Formative Spirituality/Leadership from Duquesne University. Most recently, Janet was the executive director of Interweave, a spiritual learning center based in Summit, NJ. Prior to that, she served for six years as executive director of Fellowship in Prayer, a non-profit organization in Princeton. From 1995-2006, Janet was program director then deputy director of Children’s Choice, a multi-state, non-profit, child welfare agency with a multi-million-dollar budget.

 

Joyce Campbell.Joyce Campbell, MSW
President

 

Joyce Campbell is the executive director of the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK), which serves an estimated 4,800 free meals each week to the county’s needy. Prior to her employment at TASK, Joyce worked for more than 20 years at Catholic Charities of Trenton, where she was associate executive director for External Affairs. A professional social worker, Joyce earned her MSW degree from Rutgers University in New Brunswick. She was one of the founding members of NAMI Ocean County and joined the NAMI Mercer Board in 2013. She is passionate about advocacy and has served on the NASW-NJ Legislative Action Committee and the Anti-Poverty Network of NJ. From 2014-2016, Joyce was the chairperson of the NAMI Mercer Programs and Services Committee.

 

Board of Trustees

 

Board.

The Board establishes policies, develops plans, and provides oversight for our operations.

Officers
Members

Joyce Campbell, MSW
 President

Karen Marquis, PhD
 Vice President

Tom Nied
 Treasurer

Madeline Monheit
  Secretary

Lauren Agoratus
Liliana Attar
Coleen Burrus
Joyce Campbell
Dave Doran
Robert Hedden
Lori Jacobi
David Ludgin, LLM, JD
Karen Marquis, PhD
John Marsland
John Monahan
Madeline Monheit
Tom Nied
Tom Pyle
Zia Rahman, PhD
Jason Redd, Esq., JD
Michelle Santoro
Dan Schuberth

See our Staff and Program Leaders here.

 


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