Steve has been the President & CEO of North Coast Community Homes since 1985. He has over 30 years experience in nonprofit residential housing development and management. Prior to joining North Coast Community Homes, Steve was the Executive Director of Hope Homes, Inc., a nonprofit organization that owned and managed group homes for individuals with mental retardation in Ohio and as District Manager of the Akron-Canton five county district office for the Ohio Department of Mental Retardation (now known as the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities). Steve currently serves on the boards of several nonprofit organizations for individuals with disabilities and as President of the Disability Housing Network. He was a member of the Leadership Cleveland Class of 2000. Steve received his Bachelor's degree from the University of Scranton and a Master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Kent State University.
Bill joined North Coast Community Homes in 1988. He is responsible for acquiring, managing design, renovation and maintenance of NCCH properties. Bill has over 30 years experience in services to individuals with disabilities. Prior to his position at North Coast Community Homes he served as Director of Residential Services for Lake County Board of Developmental Disabilities and also as Director of Staff Development at Warrensville Development Center. Bill received his Bachelor's degree in Psychology at Kent State University and a Master of Business Administration in Labor and Human Relations at Cleveland State University.
Michelle Marshall is the Chief Financial Officer at North Coast Community Homes, managing critical functions including accounting and audit, risk, treasury, capital planning, and human resources. Prior to joining North Coast Community Homes, Ms. Marshall served as the Director of Finance and Human Resources at the Cleveland Animal Protective League, where she managed a $13 million in assets. Ms. Marshall has also held positions as Controller of local construction and property management companies.
Ms. Marshall holds the Certified Management Accountant designation, and has recently completed her Certificate in Nonprofit Management from Case Western Reserve's Mandel Center. She is a 1998 graduate of John Carroll University with a Master's degree in Business Administration, and a 1992 graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College with a Bachelor's degree in Accounting. She is an active board director with organizations related to youth services and animal welfare.
Dick has been an active member of many community organizations for decades, serving in executive and board leadership positions, including chairing and hosting numerous major fund raising campaigns and events. His efforts on behalf of non-profits and community organizations have earned recognition including the U.S. Attorney General’s Service Award, the Center for Mental Retardation’s Legacy Award, North Coast Community Homes Community Service Award, and the Rotary Club’s International Service Award.
A veteran broadcaster of more than 40 years, Dick has won numerous honors including ten Emmy Awards, and the Gabriel Award, the highest national award for religious TV programming. He is a member of the Broadcasters Hall of Fame, the Press Club Hall of Fame, and the prestigious Silver Circle of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.