Through the years, Mental Health Associates of the Triad has enjoyed the guidance and dedication of individuals deeply committed to our community’s mental wellness. Our volunteer Board of Directors, comprised of distinguished leaders from the Triad’s private and public sectors, governs our work as a nonprofit organization.
Meeting monthly, the Board directs our strategic objectives and operational policy. We invite you to get acquainted with our current Board of Directors below.
Brandon is a High Point native, a graduate of High Point University, and the proud owner of B & H Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. Brandon and his wife, Suzanne, have been married for 27 years and have two children, Charlie, and Abby. He also volunteers with Communities in Schools.
He supports MHA/T because he wants to help eliminate the stigma about mental health in the High Point area. During his free time, Brandon enjoys traveling with family, playing golf, and driving his convertible around town for some fresh air.
Cherish every moment of life!
“Everyone has their own story. Everyone knows their own pain. Never allow anyone to judge your path. Because only you know how much strength it took to get up and continue to GO ON!”
Otis Harris was born and raised in High Point and serves the High Point community with his involvement in various organizations including The Community Clinic of High Point, MHA, and many others. He is the founder and president of Harris House Furniture Industries, and he was inducted into the Carolina Beach Music Hall of Fame in 2013.
He chooses to support MHA/T because he believes in our mission to help others. In his free time, Otis plays music and leads worship at his church, and spends time with his 3 children and 7 grandchildren.
Playing and listening to music.
Life is too short to care about what other people think.
"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does." – William James
Joe Hubay has been on the Mental Health Associates of the Triad Board of Directors for 10 years. He has lived in High Point since he was ten years old and has been heavily involved in the community. Joe owns High Point Jewelers and Fine Gifts and his wife, Pam, owns Plank Street Tavern. Together they support many local charities and Mental Health is a cause near and dear to their hearts. A close family member is diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and he knows the struggles of both those diagnosed with mental health issues and their family members. When not working or volunteering, Joe enjoys going to the beach with his wife.
Getting a pedicure along with having my toenails painted!
Honestly, I wouldn't change a thing. I believe that all of the things, both positive and negative, we experience as we grow older molds us into who we are.
The turtle wins the race.
Linda’s hometown is Boonville, NC, but High Pont has been home for many years. She is a retired registered nurse (NC Baptist Hospital- School of Nursing). She spent many years of her career focused on mental health as a psychiatric nurse at NC Baptist Hospital and with the Guilford County Department of Mental Health where she served as the Director of Nursing.
Now that she has retired, she continues to serve on the MHA/T board because she believes in advocating for clients suffering from mental health. During her free time, Linda enjoys traveling to tropical climates with her family.
Reading a good book.
It is indeed true - that if you are lucky enough to find a job you love, you’ll never work a day in your life. Look for THAT job!
If it doesn’t open, it’s not your door.
Meredith is an NC native with a wealth of non-profit experience. She served as Financial Administrator and Wellness Director at Green Street Baptist Church, a volunteer Community Chaplain with training from the Trauma Healing Institute/Community Resiliency Model, and International Critical Incident Stress Foundation. She is also working on her master’s degree.
Meredith is passionate about making a difference. She has seen firsthand what untreated mental illness can do to individuals and their families, making her work with MHA/T an important part of her life. Meredith enjoys live music and attending sporting events in her free time.
Hiking to a summit with a beautiful view and beautiful people is a favorite.
Be considerate and intentional with your thoughts, actions, decisions, and people around you.
“Love one another, build each other up and comfort those who are in any affliction.”
Martha, a former Board President, has accepted many reappointments over the years because of her commitment to the mission of MHA/T and her love of High Point Community. She is the former Board Chair of The Guilford Center Mental Health and of NC Mental Health Association/Raleigh.
Martha believes that making resources accessible and fighting social stigma in our community is an important first step in helping ease the burdens that come with mental illness. During her free time, Martha enjoys traveling and spending time with her family and friends.
Exercise especially walking and exercising the brain with challenges and staying involved in the community.
You are good enough!
“Faith, hope and love...and the greatest of these is love!”
Sandy is a CPA and a High Point University C’93 graduate and loves working with non-profit organizations in her professional and personal life. She is also a board member, treasurer, and coach for the Davidson County Special Olympics and serves her church as a Sunday school teacher.
Sandy supports MHA/T because she has experienced the many benefits of professional counseling and she believes everyone should have the ability to improve their well-being and mental health. In her free time, she enjoys reading and spending time with her husband and fur-babies.
Sitting on the beach with a good book to read and a good massage and pedicure!
Don't let fear live your life! Don't be afraid to step out of your comfort zone.
"Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go." – Joshua 1:9
For those we serve, we are the essential and often-postponed “first step” toward the goal of mental wellness. Whether the concern is for yourself or a loved one, know that we welcome you with deep compassion and respect. What seems frightening or hopeless today can quickly become a path to a brighter, more positive tomorrow.
Whenever you’re ready to take that first step, we’re ready to help.