Molly Greenman, President/CEO
Molly joined The Family Partnership in 1986 as the Chief Operations Officer, and was named President/CEO in 2004. She brings our organization more than 40 years of expertise with children and families, innovative program development, and local and national family service initiatives.
Molly co-founded the MACC CommonWealth, an innovative model of shared administrative services which currently serves more than 40 partner nonprofit organizations in Minnesota. Recently she’s focused on local partnerships that further the organization’s mission and leading national initiatives that build civic engagement of under-represented people.
Molly holds a Master’s Degree in social work from the University of Minnesota and a bachelor’s degree from San Francisco State University. She is a licensed independent social worker and serves on the board of the Alliance of Strong Families and Communities, the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits, and MACC Alliance of Connected Communities.
CAROLINE HOOD, LICSW, VICE PRESIDENT OF PROGRAMMING
Caroline joined The Family Partnership in October 2016 as the Vice President of Programming, and brings with her over a decade of experience working with individuals and families in diverse communities. Most recently, Caroline served as the Executive Director for the Center for Recovery and Wellness (2015-16) and the Associate Division Director of Addiction Services (2013-15) at Educational Alliance, Inc., in New York City. Prior to her time at Educational Alliance, Caroline was the Regional Director for the Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene’s Project HOPE, a program that provided individual and group crisis counseling services to children, adults, and families affected by Hurricane Sandy.
She holds a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Columbia University. Caroline is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) in the state of Minnesota, as well as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in both California and New York.
Clark Nordberg, Vice President of Finance and Administration
Clark brings over 20 years of experience as Executive Director of Bethel Homes and Services in Southwestern Wisconsin. Under his leadership, the organization grew and added services, such as a Dementia Specific Residential Facility. His specific competencies include implementing strategic objectives, effective financial and operational oversight, employee development, and fundraising initiatives. Clark has extensive knowledge and skill in managing contracts and health care billing. He successfully negotiated rate increases for rural nursing facilities in Wisconsin. Clark majored in hospital administration at Concordia College, Moorhead and has an MBA from Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee.
John Everett Till, Senior Vice President of Program Strategy and Innovation
John joined The Family Partnership in 1998 as the Family Strengths Director, and since has served in roles of increasing responsibility, including his current role as Senior Vice President of Program Strategy and Innovation. His early career focused on pesticide education with migrant and seasonal farmworkers, and HIV work with women prisoners. He was recruited to The Family Partnership to develop programming based on the findings of the Minnesota Family Strength Project, which was one of the first studies of family strength to identify LGBTQ couples and families as exceptionally strong. He also designed and implemented the MN Q Youth program in Minnesota, which was one of the first program in Minnesota to address anti-LGBTQ bullying/harassment of youth in school and community settings.
Currently, John leads The Family Partnership’s Change in Mind team, and is a partner in the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities’ international effort to infuse brain science into policy discussions about the well-being children, youth, and families. John holds a Masters in Biological Sciences and is an alumnus of the Executive Leadership Institute, national partnership between the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, and the schools of Business and Social Work at the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor.