Board of Directors
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1147 E. Main St Lancaster, Ohio 43130.
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June is a long-time anti-abuse activist and philanthropist. She and her late husband Dave founded the Abuse Prevention Fund through the Fairfield County Foundation. The fund was instrumental in founding the Child Advocacy Center of Fairfield County, which was named Harcum House in their honor in 2012. After retiring from teaching, June volunteered with numerous Lancaster-area organizations. In 2014, she received Lancaster’s Athena leadership award.
Adam is the director of the musculoskeletal service line at Fairfield Medical Center and site director for FMC’s River Valley Campus. A Harcum House board member since 2018, Adam was given the opportunity to become board president in January 2020 and will continue through 2021. Adam and his wife Celeste are proud members of the Lancaster community. Adam and Celeste have a 6-old-son who also keeps them busy.
Joyce is a certified nurse practitioner who is passionate in caring for the most vulnerable populations. She joined the Harcum House board in 2015. She has lived in Lancaster most of her life and currently serves on the Kiwanis baseball committee. As a member of the Ohio Nurses Association, she is a delegate to the House of Delegates and the board of directors of the Mid-Ohio District Nurses Association. Previous involvement includes serving as president of the Cameo League and a board member of the Lancaster Festival.
Michelle owns Limitless Counseling Services LLC, which provides mental health and substance abuse services to individuals, couples and families. She is a licensed independent social worker and chemical dependency counselor. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from The Ohio State University. She has been a member of the Harcum House board since 2019. Michelle lives in Lancaster with her spouse and their dog.
Beth Harcum Dubberley
Beth joined her parents on the board of Harcum House in 2016. She spent 40 years in marketing and communications until retiring from Nationwide. Previous volunteer service includes member of the board of trustees of the Ohio Wildlife Center (two years as president) and involvement in several Columbus-area chambers of commerce.
Amy has been a pharmacist for 27 years and currently is a clinical pharmacist specialist at Adena Regional Medical Center. Board certified in geriatrics and a member of the Ohio Pharmacist Association and American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, she’s been a member of the Harcum House board since 2017. Previous service includes the Cameo League Board of Directors and the Lancaster Festival Board. A lifelong resident of Fairfield County, Amy and her husband David are empty nesters in Sugar Grove after raising two children.
Regina has worked for the Fairfield Medical Center for more than 30 years, currently as the director of marketing and community services and the director of Fairfield Healthcare Professionals. In addition to being a Harcum House board member since 2018, Regina is vice president of the Lancaster Kiwanis and is a member of the Lancaster Festival Marketing Committee. A lifelong resident, Regina lives in Lancaster with her husband Matt and their four children.
Michiko is the office manager for Campbell’s Countertops, Inc., a local, family-owned business. As a certified fitness instructor, she also leads classes at the Robert K Fox Family Y. A child victim herself, Michiko has been a member of the Harcum House board since 2018. She and her husband Jeff have one son and six grandchildren and attend New Beginnings Baptist Church.
Kyle was elected Fairfield County Prosecuting Attorney in 2016. In the course of his duties, he works closely with police agencies and Harcum House staff to investigate and prosecute crimes occurring in Fairfield County, including crimes against children. A prosecutor at heart, he believes that one of his chief responsibilities is protecting children and other vulnerable populations. Kyle joined the Harcum House board in 2021 hoping to strengthen its ties with the law enforcement community. He lives in Lancaster with his wife and three children.
Rich Bowlen –Rich currently serves as Vice President for Northwoods Consulting Partners where he leads the technical and professional service offerings for health and human services throughout the United States. As a longtime member of our Fairfield County community, Rich brings more than 28 years of experience in public child welfare to our team. Having served in every facet of the industry, including as Director for Fairfield County Child and Adult Protective Services where he successfully achieved accreditation, acquired a local levy, spearheaded organizational restructuring process and earned several innovative grants to support services to children and families. He began working as a social worker in 1991 at Franklin County Children Services and has dedicated his entire career to improving the lives of children in Ohio.
In every role, Rich has excelled in managing multi-layered systems by applying sound judgment in regard to policies, budget and best practice implementation. Rich also serves on several local boards, youth coach and community volunteer. He strongly believes in one driving mission and that is to do the most good for the most children.
Howard moved to Fairfield County in January 2017 to take over as CEO of the Robert K. Family YMCA. Howard has been a part of the YMCA for over 34 years and working with and keeping children safe is at the forefront of the YMCA every day. Howard joined the Harcum House board in 2019. He lives in Lancaster with his wife.
Ricki joined the Harcum House board in 2020. Recently retired, she spent her professional career in non-profit management and fundraising. Her experience with Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Teen Pregnancy and Prevention and United Way of Central Ohio provided Ricki with insight into the importance of the mission of Harcum House. Ricki and husband Kim chose to make Lancaster their home almost 40 years ago where they raised their two sons, Ryan and Patrick. Both boys are married now, and Ricki has two beautiful grandchildren, Andrew and Madeline.