Shauna Mogerman, MSW, LSW, Chief Executive Officer – Shauna joined Roxbury in 2011 after having worked in various hospital administration roles in the Philadelphia area. A social worker by heart, her career has allowed her the opportunity to work in many clinical capacities spanning populations and geography. As Chief Executive Officer she oversees the day-to-day operations of Roxbury but also thinks she has the unique opportunity to impact change on a larger scale. This impact is made by making decisions that improve the quality of treatment our patients receive when they are with us. Shauna also finds that working at Roxbury aligns with her personal values. She believes that what she does makes the world a better place by enhancing the lives of the patients in which we serve.
Jennifer Lesher, Chief Financial Officer – Jennifer has worked in finance for 20 years; 10 of those in healthcare and 6 in a hospital setting. She understands that is takes courage to change your life and does not happen overnight. Jennifer feels fortunate to support the financial aspects of the hospital by ensuring that staff and directors have what they need to provide the best care to our patients and clients.
Dr. Fauzia Sheikh, MD, DFAPA, Chief Medical Officer – Fauzia is a board certified psychiatrist in general and geriatric psychiatry and has been Roxbury’s Chief Medical Officer since 2007. Before coming to Roxbury she held positions with other acute hospitals in the Philadelphia area. She completed her fellowship at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia and residency at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York after graduating with honors from Fatima Jinnah Medical College in Pakistan. She has served on many boards and committees throughout her extensive career, including Pennsylvania Psychiatric Society and the Committee on Women Physicians. Currently she is also a consultation psychiatrist with the Dauphin County Crisis Intervention Center.
Jack Plotkin, BSN, Assistant Hospital Administrator – Jack’s service in the mental health field spans four decades and his knowledge of mental health and substance use disorders is obvious to every staff member he mentors and patient he helps. Jack sees himself as a teacher not only for our staff but for our patients as well. He prides himself in running a hospital that puts patients first.
Gloria Cudicio-Hayden, MS, Director of Outpatient Services – Gloria has worked in behavioral healthcare since 2007 in an array of settings including residential, school, and outpatient services. She believes that no matter someone’s trauma, background, or place in life we all deserve the best care available. Making clients feel valued and important is an integral piece to her management approach and she leads with this vision.
Allison Flythe, MSW, LCSW, Director of Clinical Services – Allison has been employed at Roxbury since 2007. She holds a Masters Degree in Social Work and is licensed in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has practiced in the field since 2001 on an inpatient and outpatient level working with children, adolescents, and adults.
Lori Harlan, MA, Director of Admissions – Lori has been working for Roxbury in the admissions department since 2014 with varying roles from Counselor to Director. She currently oversees all of the admissions department functions and her priority is ensuring all our patients, families, and referral sources receive the best customer service and quickest access to inpatient services as possible. Lori went into the behavioral health field because she knew our patients needed quality care during times when they needed the most help. She finds her work both challenging and rewarding but strives daily to make sure our patients have a friendly and caring place to turn when they need to.
Christina Kamau, MBA, Director of Business Development – Christina has been working for Roxbury since 2004 and oversees the marketing department and all aspects of public relations. She knows change is possible and believes strongly in an individual’s ability to make positive changes in their life. As a result, she finds connecting patients with Roxbury services a way to help patients access care that will help them pursue positive change and aide in achieving their goals.
Mike Pendleton, Director of Plant Operations – Mike has been a long term employee of Roxbury as he joined the team in 2004. He oversees not only the physical plant operations, but the dietary department and the housekeeping department. Mike’s main priority and goal is that our patients have a safe and clean environment along with nutritious meals and snacks. He also prides himself in ensuring the treatment environments are conducive to recovery and good care.
Terri Pendleton, Director of Human Resources – Terri has been with Roxbury since 2004 and enjoys working for a company that makes a difference in patient’s’ lives and the community. She brings in-depth knowledge of human resources in the areas of talent acquisition, employee relations, and performance and staff development. It is her goal to employ staff members who are compassionate and competent in helping our patients on their road to recovery.
Elizabeth Stevens, MS, EdS, Director of Performance Improvement – Beth has been employed with Roxbury since 2007 and has held various roles during her time. All aspects of every position she held ultimately lead to one important goal – ensuring that patients receive care of the highest quality. Beth believes that her role in Performance Improvement affords her the opportunity to work with staff members from every department in a collaborative way to promote positive change. Our patients deserve the best treatment we can provide and that is what motivates her every day.
Amanda Wagner, Risk Manager, Privacy Officer, and Patient Safety Officer – Amanda joined the Roxbury family in 2007 as a nurse on our acute psychiatric unit. In 2010 she was promoted to her current position as Risk Manager where she is responsible for creating and maintaining a safe environment for all of our patients. Amanda strongly believes that everyone deserves care, respect, and love when faced with crises. She also believes that patient safety creates a positive healing experience for all our patients and is one of the most important things we do.