Our Pregnancy Help Clinic Staff

Shari Boley FLE, Executive Director

Executive Director, Pregnancy Help Clinic. Shari started at Pregnancy Help Clinic in 1999 as the Program Director for the First in Relationship Education Program.

She has developed several classes and workshops encouraging healthy relationships, effective parenting, and strong families. While leading PHC, Shari also works directly with clients helping people see the steps to build healthy functioning families.

Shari studied Counseling Psychology at Moody Theological Seminary and has a second Master's Degree in Family Studies from Spring Arbor University. She attends 2|42 Community Church. She is a Leadership Livingston 2017 Alumni and a member of 100 Women Who Care.

Shari and her husband Jeff have grown three sons. They enjoy traveling, spending time on the lake on their jet skis, and working on home improvement projects.

Lori Muzo, Operations Manager

Lori has been with PHC since 2015.  At the clinic, Lori assists and coordinates volunteers, office functions, and guides the PHC baby boutique to ensure an excellent experience for clients.

Lori has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Madonna University. She spent ten years working at TWR Automotive in quality control.  She then spent two years in her home caring for her three children and husband full time.

Lori and her family are a members of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church.  She is actively involved with her children at Glenn's School of Dance and both Legends Futbal and Volleyball Clubs.

Chris White, LPN, Client Services

Christine White is the client services coordinator for Pregnancy Help Clinic and has been with the organization for 15 years. She attended Ohio State University and completed LPN education and pharmacology certification at Columbus School of Nursing.

Before joining PHC, Chris worked for Ohio State University Hospitals as a surgical nurse and spent 5 years working in medical research. She is a past PTO president and served on several advisory boards with Brighton schools. She attends Holy Spirit Catholic Church.

Chris helps clients to become effective parents and build strong families through the mentoring programs at PHC. She is also a dedicated member of the medical clinic staff.

Suzanne Dubuque MSN, WHNP-BC

Suzanne has been with the clinic for over 14 years.  She is our current Nurse Manager at Pregnancy Help Clinic and oversees the medical clinic under the direction of the medical director.

Suzanne is a Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner, Board Certified, having completed a Master of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2018. She obtained an Associate of Science in Nursing degree from Schoolcraft College and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Madonna University and has been practicing as a registered nurse since 1996.

Suzanne’s passion is to protect and promote reproductive health and to support women to make positive life choices. She provides patient care by performing pregnancy testing, limited ultrasound exams, STI testing and treatment, lactation counseling, and reproductive education.

Lindsay Tate, Office Manager

Lindsay started volunteering in 2006 as a presenter for the On F.I.R.E. program.

After taking some time off to start a family, Lindsay returned as a volunteer receptionist, which led to her accepting the front office manager position in 2019.

Lindsay earned a bachelor’s degree from Cincinnati Christian University, where she studied Biblical Studies for the Helping Professions. 

She and her husband have two daughters and attend 2|42 Community Church. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, hand lettering, and yoga in her spare time.

Erin McCallion, Development Director

Erin joined the staff at Pregnancy Help Clinic in 2021 as Development Director. She hopes to foster meaningful relationships with PHC supporters and allies through regular communication. Her goal is for each supporter to feel connected to the ongoing impact they are having in the community and to realize how much they are appreciated.

Erin holds BS and MS degrees in chemical engineering from the University of New Hampshire and Northeastern University, respectively. Prior to joining PHC, some of the hats she has worn include process engineer, scout leader, children’s ministry director, small group leader, caregiver, church administrator, and worship band member.

Married to her high school sweetheart, Erin and her husband have raised three children and are loving their current role as doting grandparents. Aside from work, Erin enjoys swimming, kayaking, baking, reading, and spending time with family.

Megan Crainer, Director of Outreach

Megan joined our team in 2018 after volunteering as a Baby Boot Camp Educator.  She manages our First In Relationship Education Program and  connects with the community through our Ambassadors, events and public speaking to spread awareness of the Pregnancy Help Clinic.

Megan is a CMU graduate with a degree in Family Studies and Child Development.  Her experience includes field work at the Isabella County Child Advocacy Center, one year as a Direct Care Worker in a group home for teenage girls, and three years as the Director of Christian Education at a local church. In 2014 Megan received her certificate in Best Practices of Non-Profit Management from Saginaw Valley State University. 

Megan loves working with people.  She enjoys educating, inspiring, and encouraging them to live their best life.  She attends 2|42 Community Church in Brighton. At home, she can be found working on the next DIY project or singing and dancing with her three little boys.

 

Michelle Wright, EWYL Program Director

Michelle transitioned to the Earn While You Learn Program Director in 2021. She started at Pregnancy Help Clinic as a volunteer with her daughter in 2018. She has served in the baby boutique and as a receptionist in the front office.

Michelle holds a BS in Microbiology. She worked in clinical research and quality assurance for 12 years. While her children were young, she owned her own pet sitting business. During that time, her eyes were opened to the possibility of working at something that helped others in a meaningful way. Over the years, she has volunteered in several different capacities at her church. Demonstrating respect and value for life has always been close to her heart.

Family is also very important to Michelle. She has been married to her husband Mike since 1991. Whether at home or traveling, she values the time they spend together with their son and daughter. She hopes to help other parents find joy in parenting and making memories with their children.

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