Each individual member of our Board of Directors plays an important part in helping Mental Health Connecticut fulfill its mission and safeguard its growth for the future. The Board is responsible for defining the organization’s mission and for providing overall leadership and strategic direction. In carrying out these duties, volunteer members of our Board find a great sense of accomplishment. Through their governance role, they contribute to the welfare of our clients and brighten the future for our community. Their participation and service brings them a unique sense of satisfaction.
|Chair||Kim Sirois Pita
Founder and Writer, Kim Pita Peaces
|Vice Chair||Scott Brabant
CFO, People’s United Insurance Agency
Research Analyst & Associate Consultant, Fiduciary Investment Advisors, LLC
Senior Director, Workforce Development and Innovation, Goodwin College
Director of Ambulatory, Young Adult & Health Psychology Services, Hartford Hospital/Institute of Living
Manager, Business Intelligence, Travelers
|Director||Robert A. Michalik
Director of Gov. Affairs, CT Dept. of Economic & Community Development
|Director||Laurie K. Molinari
Assistant General Counsel, The Hartford
|Director||Loretta Ann Peters (Stevens)
CEO, Competitive Edge Branding, LLC
|Director||Ursula G. Sowinski
Director, Resource Development & Corporate Partnerships, American Red Cross
Interested in serving on the Mental Health Connecticut Board of Directors? Click here to complete an application and email to JDavis@mhconn.org with a copy of your resume/CV and a cover letter stating the reason for your interest in serving.
We would like to thank everyone who supports Mental Health Connecticut. Without your generosity, we would not have been able to assist our clients in their recovery, advocate at the state and national levels for mental health equity in our health care laws, and provide information and referrals to the thousands of people who call us seeking help. We are truly grateful for your support
Our administrative office is located at 61 South Main Street, Suite 100 in West Hartford, CT.
Mental Health Connecticut is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Take a look at our current job opening and see if there is a position for you!