Lisa hinkelman, PH.D
Dr. Hinkelman is a counselor, educator, researcher and author of the book, ‘Girls Without Limits: Helping Girls Achieve Healthy Relationships, Academic Success and Interpersonal Strength’. Dr. Hinkelman’s work for the past decade has focused on the critical issues impacting girls and how schools, parents and educators can effectively support and encourage girls’ interpersonal, educational and career growth. Previously, as a Counselor Education faculty member at The Ohio State University, Dr. Hinkelman’s teaching and scholarly research focused on social and emotional learning, non-academic barriers that impact learning and girls’ self-concept development.
Dr. Hinkelman is a graduate of Chatham College in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where she earned her degrees in Psychology and Education. She earned her M.A. and Ph.D. in Counselor Education from The Ohio State University.
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Lauren hancock, mPa
Director of Operations
Lauren leads the administration, management, communications, stewardship and financial functions of the organization. As the Director of Operations for ROX, she oversees and ensures execution of the day-to-day operations of the organization including; strategic planning and alignment, communications, donor relations and fundraising events, grant reporting and special projects & financial practices and reporting.
As a certified women's self-defense instructor, Hancock is passionate about facilitating safety and self-defense workshops and helping girls and women find their voice, inner strength and confidence. She has devoted her career to the empowerment and equity of girls and women and has been a key asset of the ROX organization since 2009.
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Lauren MOrosky, MA
Manager of Community Programs and Partnerships
Lauren earned her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Management from Miami University in 2005 and received her M.A. in Counselor Education from The Ohio State University in 2010. As a licensed school counselor, Lauren has been facilitating ROX programing for 9 years in various capacities from her own in-school programs to summer camps, and parent and community workshops. Lauren is a founding member of the organization's Education Committee and led the development of the Girls Without Limits book study curriculum. Lauren is excited to bring her passion for empowering girls and all things ROX to the organization now serving as the Manager of Community Programs and Partnerships.
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Marti is driven by opportunities to be a positive change agent and create lasting impact in communities in need of a voice. As the Development Coordinator for ROX, she works to provide an engaging donor experience that connects individuals and organizations to the necessity and impact of ROX. Marti studied Sociology at Salem College, the nation's oldest women's institution, where she grew her interest in gender-equality. For the last 10 years, Marti has been a dedicated volunteer and employee in the Columbus non-profit sector. Marti brings a heart for volunteerism, education, and diversity to her role with ROX, as she identifies resources and partnerships for continued research and programming.
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Nancy willis, ma
As our Training Coordinator, Nancy works with our program facilitators to take these committed women from interest to implementation with ROX programming. Ms. Willis is responsible for ROX community-based programs and also assists with professional development trainings, fundraising events and volunteer activities, as well as supporting community relations and communications.
Ms. Willis is a graduate of Wittenberg University where she earned her degree in Communications and was actively involved in Student Life and volunteerism. Willis continued her education at Capella University where she earned her Master’s Degree in School Counseling.
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rachel zufall, MA
Director of Curriculum and Educational Programs
Rachel earned her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Human Development and Family Science from The Ohio State University in 2000 and developed her career in early intervention and education in various roles around the Columbus community. Her interests in examining social and emotional learning, education reform, and research in education led her to pursue a career as a Professional School Counselor in 2006 from OSU, where she received her M.A. in Counselor Education in 2008. After serving as a ROX facilitator for 10 years at her school sites, Rachel became the Director of Curriculum and Educational Programs for ROX.
Rachel is a key contact for curricular development, implementation, revision and evaluation for all ROX offerings. She leads the programmatic initiatives of ROX, including facilitator training, ongoing professional development and recertification; ROX coach training, supervision and reporting, as well as assists in the development of new curricular components and future ROX offerings.
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board of directors
Tammy Roberts Myers*
Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation
Rhonda Talford Knight, Ph. D.
Vice President, Diversity & Inclusion Manager
Huntington National Bank
Vice President, Accounts & Solution Delivery
Hannah Ashton Middle School
Reynoldsburg City Schools
Stratos Wealth Partners
Communications, Pharmaceutical Segment
Melissa Martinez Bondy*
Bricker & Eckler, LLP
Health Care Services
State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio
Regional Vice President
Medical Mutual of Ohio
Aimee Kennedy, Ph. D.
Senior Vice President
Philanthropy and Education
*Members of Governance Committee