Mariners Inn Announces New Board Members

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Mariners Inn proudly announces three new members of its Board of Trustees. The Mariners In...

Mariners Inn proudly announces three new members of its Board of Trustees. The Mariners Inn Board consists of 19 committed community members, as well as an Advisory Board of six.

Matthew Daniels, Vice President, Retirement Plan Consultant at LoVasco Consulting Group, brings over 15 years of experience and expertise in investment finance to Mariners Inn’s Board of Trustees. A resident of Center Line who holds a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and Finance from Wayne State University, Mr. Daniels is passionate about community involvement. Outside of work, he volunteers as a coach for youth basketball and baseball, sits on the boards of Extra Credit Union in Warren and a Youth Baseball Association, and is an active member in St. Anne’s Men’s Club.

Lohren Nzoma, M.Ed, serves as Special Education Compliance Manager for the Education Achievement Authority. A Detroit resident, Mrs. Nzoma brings dedication and demonstrated ability to motivate a team, knowledge of vocational services, as well as a unique perspective as a previous Mariners Inn employee. Mrs. Nzoma holds a Bachelors degree in Communications from Oakland University, and a Master of Arts in Teaching, Special Education (K-12) from University of Phoenix. She is a member of several professional organizations related to special education, and is active in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Lambda Pi Omega Chapter (Detroit, MI).

Jason Paulateer, Community Development Banking Market Manager for PNC Bank, has joined the Mariners Inn Board of Trustees in an advisory capacity. Mr. Paulateer, who holds BBA and MBA degrees from Grand Valley State University, is responsible for managing PNC’s Community Development team activities throughout Michigan. He is a strong advocate for community causes including foster and adoption of our community’s most vulnerable. He received the Michigan Chronicle 2013 Men of Excellence Award for his leadership. Outside of work he is the father of 10 and is an active member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

Since 1925, Mariners Inn has served as an anchor for those struggling to navigate the treacherous waters of homelessness and substance abuse through a wide range of social service programs that achieve the best possible outcomes for adults, families and youth affected by addiction.

Mariners Inn is a nationally acclaimed, licensed, full-service treatment center providing substance abuse treatment, shelter, and supportive services to Southeast Michigan’s homeless men. Mariners Inn holds the most prestigious three-year accreditation through the Commission for the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), is licensed to provide integrated treatment, and is one of Detroit’s premier treatment providers.

For more information, please visit www.marinersinn.org.

Recovery is Real … and Begins at Mariners Inn.

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