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Meet the Board(s)

Haven’s Board Members come from a variety of backgrounds and use their expertise to aid the Haven executive and clinical directors.  Board members meet monthly and are highly involved in the fundraising efforts at Haven.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Board of Directors, contact Charley Smith at

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Kimberly Boscow

Kimberly Boscow lives in Wilmette and has been a North Shore resident for the past 10 years.  She and her husband have three children, two of whom are New Trier graduates.  She has worked in both the publishing and legal fields in various positions but has always been a community volunteer as well.  Her passion and concern for the health and well-being of children brought her to the Haven board.  After serving as Secretary and Vice President she now serves as board President.


Vice President/Secretary

Jennifer Fiegen

Jennifer Fiegen is a long-time resident of Wilmette.  She and her husband, Jonathan, have three children.  She earned her Master's Degree in the Art of Teaching from Northwestern University after graduating with a BS from the University of Illinois.  For the last twenty-eight years, Jennifer has been a committed educator, and she currently works in Winnetka School District. Jennifer joined the Haven Youth and Family Services Board in the Fall of 2017.  Currently, she serves as the Vice President of the Haven Board of Directors.  She enjoys collaborating with fellow board members and the community, bringing a school system and child’s perspective to Haven’s programs and work.



Christopher Slagg

Christopher Slagg and his family live in Northbrook. Chris is a banker with Wintrust Community Bank and is a community-minded individual who supports local organizations. He has enjoyed serving as treasurer for the past 10 years as Haven has evolved and grown and been a board member for 11 years. In addition to his work on the Haven Board, he has been involved with Literacy Works, The Housing Organization for Women, and Magnificent Mile Association.


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Roselyn Gilbert Don

Roselynn Don has served on Haven’s Board for more than a decade. She lives in Wilmette and was raised there. She and her two adult children are New Trier graduates. Roselynn is a family law/divorce attorney and mediator who has also represented children with divorcing parents. Her interest in family dynamics and the development, health, and safety of children and teens led to her interest in Haven which she believes is an invaluable resource for families.

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Amy Yulish

Amy graduated from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign with a major in Psychology and a minor in Theater. She then received her Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University and currently holds a core faculty position for the Master’s Program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Northwestern where she teaches, supervises beginning clinicians and maintains a clinical practice.  She is thrilled to be a part of such a wonderful organization, supporting the work she does herself, but in her very own community.


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Heather Hester

Heather Hester has lived in Wilmette for over 15 years with her husband and four kids. After receiving significant support from Haven for well over a year, she joined the Haven Board to help support the staff as well as to continue tearing down the stigmas surrounding depression, anxiety, and LGBTQ+ youth. She is delighted to be part of such an incredible organization. She is the founder and creator of Chrysalis Mama and the Podcast, Just Breathe: Parenting Your LGBTQ Teen. 


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Michele Hunter

Michele Hunter grew up in Winnetka and graduated from New Trier in 1982. She graduated from the Architecture program at IIT and is a principal at Architrave, Ltd. in Chicago. The firm has recently added projects providing equitable and affordable housing in Chicago. Michele and her firm believe that everyone has the right to work and live in a safe and dignified environment. Haven's values align and Michele has spent the last 4 years supporting their efforts.

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Mitchell Loveman

Mitchell Loveman has been a proud Board Member with Haven for 3 years and enjoys his work adding value to the progress of the mental health community. Mitchell is an Executive Managing Director at Newmark, a publicly traded commercial real estate firm that provides comprehensive real estate solutions to companies, property owners and investors. In addition, Mitchell is currently President of his Homeowners Association. He has three  grown children whom are all graduates from New Trier High School and currently resides in Northfield with his wife Sally Lou.

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Kathiann Richmond

Kathiann joined the Haven Youth and Family Services Board in June 2021. She has worked in the banking industry in the North Shore area for the past 15 years, and is currently Assistant Branch Manager at North Shore Community Bank & Trust, a branch of Wintrust Bank. She is thrilled to be on the Haven Board, as her values align with the company’s mission to promote mental health. Kathiann is passionate about supporting mental health and wellness for families in the community.

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Randy Sable

Randy Sable has been a Haven Board Member for 20 years.  For many of those years he served as the Treasurer.  His children, Kimber and Bryan founded the Youth Board.  It has been a family passion to be a member of this community.  In addition to serving the Haven community, Randy has coached boys basketball, baseball and soccer as well as girls basketball, soccer and softball.  He has served on the Board of the Trevians girls softball league and acted as the chair of the coaches committee in the past.  He has also been part of various teens mentor organizations and worked with children in need.

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Youth Board (YoBo)

Today’s teens have a lot to deal with - rising academic pressures, negative online drama, and managing pressure from friends and family. It can all be tough to juggle and it’s enough to make anyone feel stressed. Luckily Haven youth board - or YoBo - is here to help. 


YoBo is a group of active, service-oriented students in the North Shore who de-stress by doing low-key service activities and chatting about their day. The goal is to give back to the community all while picking up some tools that will help you live your best life. 


Whether its discussing how to self soothe, running through some helpful time management tips and tricks, or just zoning out while the group makes sandwiches for the homeless - Haven YoBo is here for you. 


We meet two Mondays a month at the Haven Wilmette location and membership is free. If you’re interested in checking us out please contact Charley for more information. 


Hope to see you soon!