Announcing New Vice President of Direct Services Tina Stofferahn
Mount Olivet Rolling Acres is excited to announce our new Vice President of Direct Services, Tina Stofferahn.
Tina comes to MORA from Opportunity Services where she served as the Vice President of Employment Services, overseeing a program providing employment opportunities to people with disabilities.
Tina has 15 years in the disability field, working in various positions. She brings her expertise in disability day services, employment, and residential settings. Tina is focused on collaboration, program growth, and using mentorship to approach personal growth.
“Tina has exceptional experience in the field of disability services, including residential and employment services,” said MORA Board Member Sue Durkin. “Her innovative creativity fits perfectly with the mission of MORA and as a bonus, Tina is already familiar with MORA and even some of our clients.”
The Mount Olivet Board of Directors decided to add a Vice President of Direct Services position given the growth of the organization to support staff, clients, and new Executive Director Danielle Fox.
Tina will begin as Vice President of Direct Services on January 15, 2024.
“The values and mission of MORA directly align with my personal ethics, and I could not be more excited to join the team and continue to advance these initiatives to benefit the individuals we serve,” said Tina about joining the MORA team. “I am a passionate advocate for individuals with disabilities and the staff and organizations who support them.”
Announcing New Executive Director Danielle Fox
Mount Olivet Rolling Acres Board of Directors is excited to announce the appointment of Danielle Fox as our new Executive Director.
Danielle has served for the last nine years as the Health and Human Services Deputy Director for Scott County. In this role, Danielle managed and coordinated the county’s disability services; worked with community and governmental agencies; and evaluated, adjusted, and maintained high levels of disability care within the county.
Danielle brings with her more than 16 years of experience in the social services field. With a collaborative leadership style, focusing on relationships and data, Danielle’s focus will be to maximize partnerships to provide the best quality of supports to people at the right time.
“MORA has an unwavering commitment to individuals living with a disabling condition and the wisdom to see the immeasurable value they bring,” Danielle said about why she feels passionate about Mount Olivet Rolling Acres. “The organization is mission driven with top notch professionals who show up in the community time and time again with passion and skill to navigate a very difficult system. Great organizations always attract and keep incredible people, that’s been clear as I’ve worked with MORA these past 10 years.”
Danielle will begin as Executive Director, effective December 18, 2023. Current Mount Olivet Rolling Acres President Tracy Murphy will stay on in her role through January 19, 2024 facilitate a smooth transition.
“Danielle was a clear choice with her extensive experience in Health & Human Services and her knowledge of MORA,” said Mount Olivet Board Chair Elizabeth Psihos. “She also brings a deep understanding of regulatory and legislative issues while thinking strategically about what is possible.”