Linda has served as Executive Director of the organization since its inception, and holds a BA in Sociology with a minor in Social Welfare from The College of New Jersey (formerly Trenton State College).
Prior to her current position, Linda was the first Director of the Franklin Food Pantry (Franklin Ohio), and was a Case Manager for Warren County Job and Family Services. Linda also serves as secretary of the Region 14 Housing Planning Committee, Co-Chair of the Region 14 Shelter Committee, Secretary of the Warren County Emergency Food and Shelter grant committee, Co-Chair of the Warren County Housing Coalition, and a member of the City of Lebanon Comprehensive Planning Committee, as well as a speaker for the United Way of Warren County.
Past accomplishments include: recipient of the State of South Carolina PTA Fundraiser of the year award, and involvement with several committees at her church, including the Church Council and building committees.
Nichole began her work with Family Promise of Warren County (IHN) in 2016.
During her time at Equitas Health where she served as a medical case manager, Nichole gained experience with housing, working mostly with the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Grant.
Nichole received her Bachelor of Social Work from University of Rio Grande in 2014. Currently, Nichole assists Family Promise of Warren County (IHN) clients in meeting
their ultimate goal: obtaining housing for their families.
Case Manager, HCRP
Doug first got involved with Family Promise of Warren County (IHN) in 2012 through his church that hosted the sheltered families overnight for 4 weeklong stays throughout the year. From making meals to fellowship and overnight stays, he helped anywhere he could, and as much as he could, learning how to best serve the families. Doug became the church's primary local missions coordinator in 2014, and along with other members, organized the week-long stays throughout the year for the families. He was also involved with leading teams on National missions to Southern Kentucky as well as participating in the KAIROS prison ministry.
Doug had served on the BOD for FPWC in 2018 until he was hired in December 2019 as a HCRP case worker, determining the eligibility for the Rapid Rehousing & Homeless Prevention programs and finds other resources in the community for clients to suit their individual needs, solving their sustainable housing challenges. Doug continues to serve on the Host Recruitment and Retention panel for FPWC.
Case Manager, HCRP
Danielle joined the Family Promise of Warren County (IHN) team in July of 2012.
At Family Promise of Warren County (IHN), Danielle determines the eligibility of clients for Rapid Rehousing & Homeless Prevention. She meets with all clients prior to their meeting with the Case Manager & Budget Coach, and serves as their advisor during their transition through the program.
Andrew will tell you that he has worked with Family Promise of Warren County (IHN) for as long as he can remember, as he is the son of Executive Director Linda Rabolt.
Andrew started his work with FPWC by being a tax counselor through Ohio Benefit Bank. He now works with Family Promise of Warren County (IHN) as the weekend supervisor, as well as the HMIS (Homeless Management Information System) coordinator for the shelter program and HCRP (Homeless Crisis Response Program).
Andrew also serves as the resident statistician.
Jesse first joined Family Promise of Warren County (IHN) in 2019. Hearing about this opportunity through a friend, she couldn't wait to get started.
Jesse graduated from Pensacola Christian College in 2019 with a degree in Performance Studies, with an emphasis in Communications.
She oversees the day-to-day workings of the office to make sure everything is running smoothly.
Applying her skills in graphic design, Jesse has helped Family Promise of Warren County to develop our newsletter and various marketing materials.
FPWC Board of Directors
David has been involved with Family Promise of Warren County (IHN) from its beginning as a member of the board of directors. He is a retired accountant whose 37-year career began as an internal auditor and accounting manager.
Most of his work life was focused on Corporate Tax Accounting, with responsibility for budgeting and reporting total corporate income tax expense, including accounting for the differences caused by the reporting conflicts between accounting principles and income tax law. His work for NCR, a large international technology company, and Duke Energy, a regulated public utility company, included preparing their annual income tax footnotes.
David has a Bachelor’s in Accountancy from Thomas More University and a Master’s in Taxation from Seton Hall University. David’s wife, Margy, is also a long-time FPWC volunteer. Their daughter, Anita, lives in Chicago with her husband, Mike, and their son, Nate.
Tom led several divisions of a prominent health care services company for nearly 30 years prior to acquiring a specialty packaging manufacturing business in 2011 which he managed until retiring in April 2021.
Tom earned a Bachelor’s degree from Denison University majoring in Mathematics, Economics and Computer Science, followed by an MBA from the University of Chicago with concentrations in Finance and Accounting.
Happily married with four sons, he has coached youth sports since 1992 and is currently the director of a TOPSoccer program for youth with cognitive and/or physical disabilities. Tom has been involved with Family Promise of Warren County (IHN) since 2012 and served as a member of the board since 2013.
Acting Secretary/Co-Chair Host Recruitment
Jennifer has lived in Springboro for 40 years. She graduated from Springboro High School in 1987 and has a family history in Springboro dating to before the Civil War. She has 9 nieces and nephews, and enjoys spending time with her 7 year old Maltese, Gertie.
Jennifer came to the board with 22+ years of HR and Recruiting Management experience, and currently works with the Crocs Distribution Center in Vandalia as a Talent Acquisition Leader. She served 8 years as the FPWC Coordinator for First United Methodist Church of Springboro where she served for six years as the Staff Parish Relations Committee Chair and three years as the Mission's Chair. She currently serves as the Director of Missions for Red Lion United Methodist Church, including their FPWC focus. She has a special interest in helping people who experience food insecurity and homelessness in Warren County.
Rev. Mary Joseph
Co-Chair Host Recruitment
Mary grew up in Connecticut and is a graduate of Central Connecticut State University with both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree (1964, 1970) in Education with a concentration in Mathematics.
In 1988, following her husband’s untimely death in 1986, she and her son moved to Ohio in order for her to launch a second career by attending United Theological Seminary in Dayton. After graduation in 1991 she was ordained by the United Church of Christ and served Genntown UCC in Lebanon, OH for eleven years. While there, she and the congregation became involved with the Interfaith Hospitality Network as a supporting church from the onset of the shelter program in 1998.
She joined the Board of Directors in 2008, served as Secretary for 6 years, and currently chairs the Host Recruitment and Retention Team
Jennifer is a retired Preschool/Daycare teacher of 27 years. She has been married to her wonderful husband, Don, for 9 years, and together they have 6 adult children, 2 grandchildren, and a third one on the way. They live on a small hobby farm (chickens, dogs, cats, and vegetables) and love the outdoors.
Jennifer has been volunteering with Family Promise of Warren County (IHN) for the past 22 years, and as a new member of the Board of Directors, she's looking forward to helping promote and grow the organization.
Jennifer currently volunteers through weekly church rotations and by helping at the Day House. Her passion is to help children grow and succeed. She is anxiously anticipating all the different ways she can serve through Family Promise.
Jackie recently retired from a pastorate at St. Patrick's Episcopal Church in Lebanon, Ohio. St. Patrick's has served as a host church for Family Promise of Warren County (IHN) since its inception in 1998, giving Jackie lots of hands on involvement in the daily activity of hosting families.
Jackie is now pleased to serve this good ministry of Family Promise in a new way, as a member of the board of directors.
Leo Cronin, retired, spent his career in Information Technology, specializing in computer and network security. Leo led diverse teams across the globe at Reed Elsevier/Lexis Nexis and Cincinnati Bell, and very much enjoys managing people. Leo is active in supporting his church, St. Patrick’s Episcopal of Lebanon, and is their current treasurer. Leo was also a member of the Lebanon Parks and Recreation board and
has volunteered at Family Promise Warren County over the years.
He looks forward to serving as a board member in helping fulfill their mission to help those in need achieve sustainable independence.
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Carol has been partnering with Family Promise of Warren County since 2011. She started working as a Volunteer through her Employer and transitioned to being on the Board of Directors in January 2016. Carol is a seasoned Human Resources professional and has served three years on the Board and three years on the Advisory Board leading the Personnel Committee. During this time IHN has established staffing Plans, Performance Management and Pay Programs, Succession Planning and compliance support. Carol is now active on the Board and continues to lead the Personnel Committee.
Carol is also active supporting IHN events such as Christmas in July, the Run4Home 5K and Board Development Committee.
In addition to volunteering, Carol is a Consultant for Energage, Inc. and Practice Leader for Leadership Partners LLC., she is responsible for working with business Leaders to deliver multi-faceted HR programs/plans focused on improving Employee Engagement/Culture and Organizational profits.
Prior to joining Energage, Carol was Vice President Human Resources at JBM Envelope Company, a family-owned quality packaging supplier; Vice President Human Resources for 20 years at Luxottica Retail, a global eyewear manufacturer; Director Human Resources & Administration at Bath & Body Works, a world leading specialty retailer of fashion fragrances; and a 16-year career focused in Human Resources with AK Steel, a leader in Steel Production & Manufacturing.
Carol is married to her high school sweetheart of 50 years, Gary and has two children, Michael (wife-Brandy) and Kayleigh. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business from Wilmington College.
Doyle was born and raised in Dayton, OH and has lived in Springboro for nearly 40 years.
After high school Doyle attended Sinclair Community College and Eastern Kentucky University. He majored in Industrial Technology with a Graphic Arts specialization. He began his career at Drescher Corporation in Vandalia, OH, a business forms and related products manufacturer. In 1983 he was hired by a local prominent business forms broker. After a few years in sales, he was promoted to Vice President of the Healthcare Products Division. In 2008 after 25 years of service he retired at the age of 50.
Doyle met his wife JoAnn in 1989 and they were married in1994. Once retired he and JoAnn started Property Investment Partners (PIP) and renovated homes for 7 years. In 2009 Doyle & JoAnn were asked to be Co-Chairs for the Capital Campaign to finance and build St. Mary of the Assumption Church in Springboro, OH. Doyle was also the liaison to the Diocese and the General Contractor for the Church during the construction process. In 2015, when St. Mary of the Assumption broke ground on the new Church, Doyle & JoAnn put PIP on hold so that they could devote the time and energy needed to complete the construction of the new Church and the move to Springboro.
Doyle & JoAnn have a passion for helping those that suffer from hunger and homelessness. They have worked to help those less fortunate for over 30 years in various ways that includes making casseroles for the St. Vincent Hotel in downtown Dayton and managing/working the community dinner & lunch ministries at St. Mary’s. In April of 2022, they founded Casseroles of Hope, a community driven ministry that in the first year recruited 220 volunteers and provided 8,300 meals to those in need.
In addition to his work helping others, Doyle enjoys playing golf as often as possible, annual trips to Hilton Head Island, SC and visiting with friends and family. Doyle had previously worked with Interfaith Hospitality Network through St. Mary’s and was grateful to receive and accepted our invitation in June of 2023 to be on the Board of Directors of Family Promise.
JoAnn was the National Sales Manager for a business forms company in Dayton for 20 years. She and her husband, Doyle, transitioned into Property Investment Partners where they renovated houses for 7 years before they put that on hold, due to their involvement in the construction of St. Mary of the Assumption Church in Springboro.
JoAnn grew up in Niles, Ohio and is a graduate of Miami University. She enjoys baking, exercising, and travel. JoAnn currently keeps busy with Casseroles of Hope, a volunteer ministry providing meals to Family Promise for six weeks throughout the year, Hope House Mission six days a month and 2 community church meals in Franklin and Middletown. Doyle and JoAnn founded Casseroles of Hope in April of 2022.
JoAnn has been involved with IHN through St. Mary’s for many years and is a new Family Promise board member as of June 2023.