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Our People - Board of Directors

Jill HendraJill Hendra DO, MBA,  - is a Holistic Osteopathic Psychiatrist with over 35 years of experience. She demonstrated her passion for wellness by founding Delta Health 19 years ago to educate consumers about reclaiming mind-body-spiritual health. 

Nicole McMillion

Nicole McMillion MHA, BSN, RN, Vice President
Family: Husband and 2 children (children issues and education are near and dear to me). Career: Nurse for 20 + years. My background is in home health, psychiatry, and teaching.  Community: I volunteer with the American Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Team and the terrorist response team; with the Girl Scouts of America as a troop leader; and with the Char-Meck school district.


Ronnie Shore, CPA - TreasurerI have been a CPA for 30+ years. I am married with 3 grown sons and one grandson. My life has been a journey of trying to find the best balance for myself, my family and my work. 


Susan GerkinSusan Geerken RN- I have been a nurse for over 25 years, in psychiatry at Carolinas Healthcare system. I also am certified in massage therapy and taken classes in cranial sacral therapy. I believe in the holistic approach to health because I have witnessed its effectiveness in my own life. I have been on my own personal search for good health for over 30 years. This search has led me to herbs, massage therapy, homeopathy, naturopathic healing and a natural diet. I believe that each of us can empower ourselves thru the use of these therapies and many more that are available. My hope is that I help anyone who is interested in achieving a higher level of health.

Terri Bolotin Assistant Director, Clinical Pastoral Education

Carolinas HealthCare System - Terri loves to find places for meaningful conversations and an opportunity to delight in the wonders of creation. She holds the bachelor's degree from St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame, and Master of Divinity degree from Candler School of Theology at Emory University. Terri has been certified as a Clinical Pastoral Educator by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education since 1999.  She serves as the Assistant Director of at Carolinas Medical Center, and oversees the educational components of the Pastoral Care Department. Before doing pastoral supervision, she spent 14 years in diverse ministerial settings, including high school teaching, adult basic education, college campus ministry, prison visitation, parish ministry and outreach to Chicago's poor and immigrant communities.  The early Christian mystics as well as liberation and feminist spirituality inform her theology. Terri serves on the National Certification Committee for the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education. She has a son with Down's syndrome, which has drawn her more deeply into education and ministry for those affected by developmental disabilities. She loves creating and participating in rituals, which weave together play, prayer and symbol.









Rev. Stephanie Speller-Henderson,
Licensed Professional Counselor

Private Practice, Southpark Charlotte NC-

Stephanie supports individuals, families and couples by partnering with them in a therapeutic alliance that facilities healing and hope. She is also an Ordained Baptist Minister and Associate Minister at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church Charlotte, NC.  Stephanie ‘s  intentional  use of theology and counseling allow her to live out her passion of assisting people to achieve personal, spiritual  and professional  goals;  that are challenged by past and current experiences of trauma, addiction  and pain. She seeks to do this through therapeutic interventions, education and the ministry of presence.

Stephanie is a member of the Pastoral Advisory Board at Carolinas Healthcare Systems and co-facilitates a group for Intern and Resident Chaplains.

Stephanie is one of the recipients of the 2002 Leadership Award: In recognition of Outstanding Community Leadership through the Ford Foundation and the Advocacy Institute. New York, New York. , (Developing Faith-Based, Care-Teams to support persons infected and affected with HIV/AIDS.)

Stephanie is also the 2005 recipient of the Jonnie H. McLeod Scholarship (Substance Abuse Education).

Stephanie’s hope is that the world learns to live on purpose for the greater good of all humanity.


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