Two new board members join TriCity Family Services Board of Directors
GENEVA—TriCity Family Services recently announced the election of two new members to the agency’s governing Board of Directors. Dr. Eric Nolan of Elgin and Kyle Breunlin of South Elgin were voted into office at a recent Board Meeting.
Dr. Nolan is a child psychiatrist who is on staff at Streamwood Behavioral Health and also holds a private practice, Creekwood Associates. Nolan was born and raised in rural Kane County, and recently returned to the area after completion of his medical training.
Nolan is currently board certified in general psychiatry, and is in the process of completing board certification in child and adolescent psychiatry. From 2007 to 2009, Nolan was actively involved with Make-a-Wish Illinois as part of their Associate Board. He looks forward to using his expertise and knowledge of fundraising, physician-to-physician outreach, and public speaking to further benefit the agency. Nolan will contribute greatly to the Board of Directors, further advocating for mental health outreach and services in the community.
Kyle Breunlin grew up in St. Charles and is founding partner of several successful organizations, including KB Principal, Gotham Consulting and Violent Ventures. Breunlin has extensive experience planning, developing and implementing new business procedures and standards in order to increase business efficiency.
Breunlin has spent nine years working with clients to maximize their business potential at the greatest value to their organizations. His industry experience includes success for top tier organizations in the areas of human resources, government, natural resources, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, retail, construction, entertainment, marketing, electronics and education. He looks forward to using his expertise in business management and IT consulting to further benefit the agency.
TriCity Family Services is a leader in providing counseling and other mental health services for children and teens, their families and community members across all income levels and life stages. Their unique family-centered approach seeks to strengthen the TriCity community by promoting lifelong mental health. TriCity Family Services never denies services based on an inability to pay.