Erin Becker, Chairperson
Erin Becker was born in Cleveland, Ohio. In 2009, she graduated from Cleveland State University with a bachelor’s degree in Criminology. That same year she began working as a Probation Officer for Cuyahoga County Adult Probation, where she currently works supervising Felony Domestic Violence Offenders. From 2005 to 2007, Erin served as the Director of the Edna House. She now serves as the Chairperson of the Edna House Board of Directors.
Kate Hubben, Secretary
Kate specializes in human capital and employee benefits consulting, and is a Certified Self-Funding Specialist. Kate advocates strongly for her clients and works closely with employee groups and carriers to meet mutually beneficial goals. She is active in the community and serves in leadership positions on the Board of Trustees for In Counsel with Women, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center and The Temple-Tifereth Israel Learning Council. She was recognized two years in a row by the Community Leadership Association as the top leadership program director in the country. Kate obtained a Bachelors of Arts degree from the Ohio State University and a Master of Public Administration from Cleveland State University.
Patty Jamieson, Treasurer
Patty Jamieson retired in 2013 from Keycorp, where she held various Executive Director positions, reporting directly to the Chief Financial Officer since 1998. In her last position there,
Patty served as executive director- Planning & Performance Management, with responsibility for three vital functions within the Finance area: Planning & Forecasting, Financial Analysis, and Performance Management. She was licensed as a CPA in the State of Ohio and is a graduate of John Carroll university.
Chris Gibbons is one of the original members of the Edna House Board of Directors and has been a faithful member since its opening. He is also a member of the Advisory Board for the Ed Keating Center, and has been a Cleveland policeman for sixteen years and a member of the Cleveland Police Patrolman’s Association. Currently Chris is assigned to the Employee Assistance Unit of the Cleveland Police Department, assisting fellow officers with traumatic incidents, stress, peer counseling and substance abuse issues. Chris was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and is a graduate of St. Ignatius.
Ericka S. Bazzo graduated from North Royalton high school in 1999, and pursued a career as a sales manager from 1999-2006. Ericka served on the advisory board of the Edna House on a volunteer basis from 2006-2008, helping to organize fundraising efforts. In August of 2008, Ericka was hired as the Resident Coordinator for the Edna House and served in that position until January of 2012. She graduated from Hondros College with her real estate license and is currently working for a real estate brokerage as a sales agent for North East Ohio. Ericka has been a member of the Edna House Board of since 2012, and also helps oversee Edna House staff. Ericka is a 32-year old mother of three.
Sherrie Miday practices in the area of foreclosure litigation and creditor’s rights. Having graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of Law, she was sworn into the Ohio Bar in 2001, and is currently an attorney with the law firm Manley Deas Kochalski LLC. Prior to her experience as a creditor’s rights attorney, Sherri also served as a judicial staff attorney for the Honorable Judge Ann T. Mannen, Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas as well as serving as an Assistant Prosecutor for the City of Cleveland under the leadership of Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson. She is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, and the Arab American Attorney Association. Sherrie is also the Corresponding Secretary of C.A.M.E.O. (Cleveland American Middle Eastern Organization) and the Secretary of the St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church Board of Directors. She earned her undergraduate degree in Political Science from John Carroll University.
Toni has been involved with the Edna House for Women since 2009 helping with many activities including holiday fundraising with Philanthropia at Landerhaven. She also provides support for the families of the Edna House Alumni and Residents through our Families and Friends of the Edna House support group. Her family has owned American Commodore Tuxedo for over 80 years, and is a large supporter of MADD, working with them on campaigns to prevent drinking and driving. Toni Wick is a 1972 graduate of Charles Brush High School and has lived in Cleveland her whole life.
William P. Gibbons, Esq.