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Manahan, one of Toledo’s leading intermediate care facilities for adults with developmental disabilities, has a new leader. Following a comprehensive search facilitated by The Yunker Group, a very engaged search committee chose Steven Maenle as its Executive Director succeeding Michael Malone who retired in April.
Steven joined Manahan in May 2021 from the Urbana-based Champaign Residential Services, Inc. (CRSI), Ohio’s largest nonprofit organization providing services and programs for people with disabilities. Prior to his nine years at CRSI, he served in similar leadership roles with Maumee-based Sunshine, Inc., for 15 years and eight years with The Epilepsy Center of NW Ohio.
About The Yunker Group’s role, Seta Tchobanian, Board and Search Committee Chair and an HR professional herself, said, “The search went very smoothly. It was very different from searches and search firms I’ve been involved with in my own career – from the perspective that The Yunker Group is much more specific and detailed in their process and everything it includes. For us, that was important because we were on a short time frame, and we were looking to replace someone who basically started the organization and had been there 40 years. Those things meant we really needed someone who could handle the search, but also someone who really understands the nuances of nonprofits and specifically of our organization and its culture. The Yunker Group team exemplifies all the qualities I look for in a partner.”
Seta concluded, “The Yunker Group came highly recommended, and their footprint and services were a good fit for what we needed. Their knowledge of the Midwest region was a valuable asset as well as their knowledge of similar organizations and agencies in the state. That meant that they had valuable connections and networking capabilities.”
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