Dawn Glenny
Dawn GlennyPresident/CEO

Dawn joined Greenleaf in April 2013 as the President and CEO. She is very passionate about her career. Before Greenleaf, Dawn was the Executive Director of Community AIDS Network Akron Pride Initiative (CANAPI), Crossroads Administrator, Summit County Juvenile Court (2003-2008), and the Oriana House, Inc. (1996-2003).

Dawn is extremeley involved with the community. Among many other community affilations, Dawn is a member of Crossroads Advisory Committee, Summit County Juvenile Court, the Child Fatality Review Committee, the Psychiatric Intake Response Center (PIRC) Advisory Committee, and the Summit Lake Opportunity Center Advisory Committee.

What stands out at Greenleaf?

“The staff is dedicated to the community we serve and everywhere I go people compliment me on the work we do in the community.”

Angela Richmond-Rossiter
Angela Richmond-RossiterDirector Of Behavioral Health
Angela Richmond-Rossiter joined Greenleaf Family Center in August 2014. Before becoming the director of Behavior Health Outpatient Services, Angela had a wide variety of experiences, including outpatient counseling for mental health and drug and alcohol, crisis services, and jail/corrections mental health. Angela earned her M.A in Counseling and Human Development from Walsh University. She is a licensed supervising professional clinical counselor and a licensed independent chemical dependency counselor.
Angela is an avid runner and enjoys any outdoor activities. She is involved and supports many of the community task forces and charitable events in Summit County.

What stands out at Greenleaf?

“The supportive staff. Not only do they support each other, but they are truly committed to bettering the emotional health of our clients and the community.”em>

April Brewer
April BrewerDirector of Special Services for Families

April is very dedicated with 23 years at Greenleaf. As the Director of Special Services for Families, April provides direct services for the Teenage Parent Program. She also works closely with the Summit County Public Health Department by overseeing the Life Link program at Greenleaf Family Center.

April participates on the Advisory Boards for the Akron Public Schools’ Family and Consumer Science Department and the GRADS (Graduation, Reality and Dual-Role Skills) program of the Six District Educational Compact, and is also involved in several programs of the Stow United Methodist Church.

What stands out at Greenleaf?

“The people, both the staff at the agency and especially the young people we work with.”

Samantha Taylor
Samantha TaylorDirector of Community Services for and of the Deaf

Samantha (Sam) Taylor joined Greenleaf Family Center in April 2019 as the Director of Community Services of and for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CSD). Sam has a bachelor’s degree from the Ohio University in Hearing, Speech, and Language Science, and a master’s degree from Malone University in Organizational Leadership.

Before coming to Greenleaf, Sam worked at the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center’s Community Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Her contributions in Cleveland resulted in program expansion, a CARF accreditation, and increased accessibility for Deaf and Hard of Hearing victims and survivors. She plans to bring the same tenacity to Greenleaf

What stands out about Greenleaf?

“The willingness of staff to work together towards one mission in providing astounding services to the communities we serve