Board of Directors

Steven P. Goodin - President

Steve Goodin is a partner with Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP. He is a former member of the U.S. Army Reserve and currently serves as a board member of the River City Correctional Center as well as the Hamilton County Public Defender Commission. A CAT board member since 2008.

Michael Haas - Vice President

Michael Haas is the vice president of healthcare and corporate finance for Fifth Third Bank where he specializes in commercial banking. He joined the CAT Board in 2012.

Jodianne Broomall - Secretary

Jodianne lends her healthcare administration experience to the board. She is director of hospital billing operations at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, where she has worked for more than 10 years.

Cynthia D. Durkin - Treasurer

Cynthia Durkin is a manager with Mellott & Mellott, P.L.L. where she provides expert and comprehensive accounting, auditing and tax services to clients.

Brian MacConnell

Brian MacConnell is a certified Peer Recovery Supporter, helping people who want to live in recovery. 

Carl Adkins

Well-versed in wealth management strategies, Carl has served as a wealth advisor for several reputable firms, including his current position with Fort Washington Investment Advisors.

Chrissey Barrett Haslam

Chrissey Barrett Haslam has been with CAT since 2016. Chrissey has been employed by The Children’s Home of Cincinnati and Lumiere Healing Centers since May, 2016, where she specializes in community relations.

Christine Patel

Since 1997, Christine Patel has worked for the Hamilton County Public Defender Office where she currently serves as a drug court supervisor. In this role, she provides legal advice, representation and guidance to clients assigned to drug court and other specialized dockets.

David Ritter

David Ritter joined CAT Board in 2012 and is a self-employed healthcare, media, and business consultant.

Eric Musekamp

Eric Musekamp spent 30 years working for Hamilton County and now that he is retired, he has been giving back to his community by serving on the CAT Board since 2014.