Bradley M. Schaub
Bradley M. Schaub, BSBA, earned his BSBA from Aquinas College in Michigan. He currently works at a local Nursing College.
Bradley brings an extensive background in fundraising and project planning to the table. Through his career Bradley has assisted in fundraising projects large and small. Most notably in 2006 as a member of the West Michigan Novell Users Group planning committee, Bradley helped plan and coordinate one of the largest Novell events in the nation.
Bradley is married and the father of two girls. Bradley enjoys spending time with his family and vacationing in Michigan.
Elizabeth Gardner, MAAT, LPC, is an art therapist and artist who is passionate about helping people through
the power of art. She has a Master’s of Arts in Counseling Psychology: Art Therapy from the Adler School of Professional Psychology, and is in the process of becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Registered Art Therapist.
Elizabeth has over ten years of experience working in residential treatment and educational settings. She has primarily worked with adolescents with sexually problematic behaviors, substance abuse and emotional/behavioral problems. She has also worked with adults living with brain and spinal chord injuries. Her interests include developing and managing programs, supervising teams of staff, and providing creative therapeutic interventions. Elizabeth currently works as an art therapist at a therapeutic day school where she developed and implemented the school’s first art therapy program.