Board Of Trustees

Clara Martin Board of Trustees

Arnold Spahn (Arny), Board President
Representative from Randolph
Joined board in 1976

Serves on: Board Planning Committee, Board Finance Committee, Board Advisory and Local Standing Committee, Board Personnel Committee

Mr. Spahn is a retired, self-employed business owner, photographer and U.S Air Force veteran. Arny is now applying his creative talents to wood turning. He joined the board at the request of the Brookfield town as a representative.

In his retirement, Arny has continued to be an active community member. He has worked on several local town projects, including Randolph’s revitalization and has committed years to the Restorative Justice Reparative Board. He is an active Rotarian and is very interested in the access to mental health services for the local communities throughout the State. Advocating for mental health services is dear to his heart because of his own family’s history.

Dennis Brown, Board Vice President
Representative from Randolph
Joined board in 2001

Serves on: Board Planning Committee, Chairman, Board Personnel Committee, Nominating Committee

Mr. Brown is a real estate agent and has past experience as a business owner. Dennis has received numerous awards and designations in his field and was recently awarded the Realtor of the Year. Dennis is very involved in local government having served on the Planning Commission, the Development Review Board, Town of Randolph Budget Committee and as the Chair of the Randolph Selectboard. He has a particular interest in volunteering with community organizations.

The roots of Dennis’s interest in mental health and substance abuse issues come from family and friends who suffer from depression and alcohol related problems. He feels all people need mental health care along with their physical health care. Dennis is committed to eliminating the stigma associated with mental illness.

Marie Robbins, Board Treasurer
Representative from Randolph
Joined board in 2010

Serves on: Board Planning Committee, Board Finance Committee

Ms. Robbins is a retired nurse and practice manager from Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Her career as an RN in inpatient psychiatry at the VA and DHMC outpatient services as a staff nurse, manager and practice manager serves our mission well.  She retired to the Randolph area in 2009. Marie knew Clara and Brewster Martin while growing up in the Chelsea community. Wanting to find ways to serve her community, she asked to be considered for nomination in 2011. She enjoys working on the board and is invested in the agency’s mission in order for services to remain available locally for those in need. Marie’s family history of mental illness influences her interest in this field.

She is an active member of the community as a clogger and as a member of the Randolph singers. Marie delivers meals on wheels for local citizens and also enjoys reading and quilting.

Ron Schoolcraft, Board Secretary
Representative from Randolph Center
Joined board in 2005

Serves on: Board Planning Committee, Board Finance Committee, Nominating Committee

Mr. Schoolcraft’s career included teaching, guidance counseling, banking and being in the US Army National Guard. He received the Volunteer of the Year award from the Rotary Club recently. For the past 14 years, Ron has volunteered on the Restorative Justice Reparative Board. Interested in community involvement, Ron joined the board in 2005. Ron believes there should be mental health services available locally for those in need, including his own family.

Priscilla Spahn, Board Member
Representative from Randolph
Joined board in 2007

Serves on: Board Planning Committee, Board Finance Committee, Board Advisory and Local Standing Committee, Board Personnel Committee

Mrs. Spahn has a Master of Education from Columbia and a Bachelor of Science in Art History degree from Skidmore College. She is a retired teacher and photographer and has held many volunteer community positions. She is the past president of the New England Professional Photographers Association and is an active Rotary member. She joined the CMC board out of support for family members with mental health issues and developmental disabilities.

Rachel Westbrook, Board Member
Representative from Randolph
Joined board in 2009

Serves on: Board Planning Committee, Board Finance Committee

Ms. Westbrook has worked for large teaching hospitals across different levels of care in her career and currently is a physical therapist at Gifford Medical Center. She is committed to access to mental health services, understanding the needs of the community, decreasing stigma, and integration of physical health and mental health issues through parity.  Rachel has an understanding and compassion for those with mental health issues including her own family. She is a long term resident of Randolph and believes in keeping non-profit organizations strong including mental health agencies and schools. Rachel is interested in rescue dogs and training of animals.