A. Ray Dalton
FounderInvestor, Visionary, Consultant, Board Member, Advisor, Executive Coach, Executive Leader. Has served as President, CEO and Founder of eight successful Healthcare Business and Technology Solution enterprises. He is currently the Founder, President and CEO of the Dalton Foundation and NewVista Partners, an Equity Development Fund investing in management teams and companies focused on Social Entrepreneurship.
His philanthropic and investment efforts are focused on: Improving the quality of life for women and children, improving access to healthcare to the underserved and creating jobs for the under employed, veterans and those returning from incarceration.
Ray specializes in creating and developing profitable businesses from innovation to exit. Delivering high quality products and exceptional customer service while growing profitable positive cash flowing businesses. He is national speaker on social entrepreneurship and growing your business while creating a sustainable culture. He has published a very successful book; Proceed with Confidence which focuses on the “5” C’s of Success.
Specialties: Creating strategies from a vision, realizing results from an idea, turning a thought into a profitable company, all while building a strong culture. Leading high growth businesses, capital raising for growing businesses, M & A activities, Developing Sales strategies for growth.
Executive Director, HealthcareBarbara Campbell graduated from Pharmacy school at the University of Minnesota in 1993 and has worked in pharmacy operations and management for over 20 years. Over this time she developed an interest in working with individuals to provide real, lasting changes to health and well- being that go beyond medications. This led her to continue her education and in 2008 she completed her certification as a clinical nutritionist.
In 2010, she had the opportunity to serve in Haiti right after the devastating earthquake. This was truly a life changing experience. Fueled by her faith and desire to follow God’s direction for her life, she continued volunteering by leading medical mission trips to Haiti. In 2012 she accepted a position with Mission of Hope as their Director of Medical Operations. Over the past 5 years she has gained valuable experience working in resource challenged areas and a passion for supporting local healthcare professionals. Knowing that poor health hinders a person’s ability to fully live life and maximize potential, she has the desire to see high quality health care available to everyone.
Barbara recently joined the ReLink Global Health team and is very excited for the opportunity to take what she has learned and work toward implementing lasting changes in healthcare delivery throughout the world. She brings with her the strong desire to work with organizations in developing high quality, sustainable healthcare delivery systems.
Regional Manager - Northern Ohio
Receiving the Outstanding Student Award in her major, Bethany Roebuck graduated with her Associate’s degree in Paralegal Studies from The University of Akron in 2015. During her studies, she worked as an intern in the Summit County Juvenile Court’s CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocate and Guardian Ad Litem Program. There she observed court hearings on level of care and guardianship, and assisted in child advocate training. Also while completing her studies, Bethany received a paralegal position at a workers’ compensation law firm in downtown Cleveland. Soon after receiving her Associate’s degree, Bethany decided to work as a paralegal and continue her education to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She plans to complete this degree in 2019.
Bethany is a member of the music and praise team at North Side Open Door Church, which is a part of a community outreach organization in Akron called Urban Vision. This organizan is dedicated to coming alongside the families of North Hill in Akron to represent the gospel of Jesus Christ by creating relationships focused on building dignity, inspiring unity, empowering futures, and meet holistic needs. She is also a volunteer survey administrator at the Prevention Research Center at Case Western Reserve University. There she has assisted with the administration of the Youth Risk Behavior Survey to all 143 schools in Cuyahoga County.
In her free time, Bethany enjoys attending conferences about reentry and recovery and listening to a wide array of podcasts on topics including comedy, religion, recovery, true crime, lifestyle and health. She also enjoys writing music on guitar and piano.
Regional Manager - Southern Ohio
Mark Liegel graduated summa cum laude with a BSBA from Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH in 1984 and worked in sales, consulting and international management for IBM for over 25 years. While at IBM, Mark won several awards for sales and customer service.
During the last 5 years at IBM, Mark’s faith grew tremendously and after a mission trip to South Africa in 2006, Mark realized his real purpose was in ministry. In 2009, Mark joined Crossroads Church in Cincinnati as Director, Spiritual Growth. In 2012, Mark became Director of First Impressions. However, shortly after joining Crossroads Church, Mark began experiencing debilitating back & neck pain. This began a journey of eleven spine surgeries over 5 years and an addiction to pain medication. In 2015, Mark attended a partial hospitalization program in Nashville at Vanderbilt and classes at the Osher Center to learn how to manage his chronic pain without opioids.
Mark knew he wanted to make something good out of his difficult journey. This led Mark to begin working with the homeless and others less fortunate, including those suffering with Substance Use Disorder. After obtaining his Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant (CDCA) certification in 2017, Mark began working at an outpatient treatment center co-leading groups and in community outreach.
Mark resides in Cincinnati and continues to work with the homeless and others less fortunate. He is also studying to become a certified Peer Recovery Supporter. Mark will celebrate his 3rd year of sobriety in May 2019.
Regional Manager - Central Ohio
After 15 years as an educator, Patty Cooper joins the relink.org team with great enthusiasm for connecting people to the resources that are going to help them succeed on their road to recovery.
Patty was drawn to education through a desire to help improve the lives of others and she devoted my talents to helping her students become the best versions of themselves; first teaching English to speakers of other languages, then as a high school English teacher. During her last year in the classroom, she took her seniors on a yearlong service learning journey and was inspired by the work of the various non-profit organizations with whom they collaborated. It was thrilling to be a project manager for these groups of students who developed fundraising events, created products, and served as volunteers for a variety of causes. This work has motivated her to bring her collaboration and group management talents from the classroom to relink.org to serve as a community outreach manager.
As a former high school teacher, who has seen firsthand the devastating effects that addiction can have on both the individual and their loved ones, Patty is thrilled to join in the crusade to help bring resources to those who need them.
Provider Outreach Specialist
Miranda is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree in psychology and neuroscience. She plans on continuing her post-graduate education in clinical psychology with an emphasis on addiction.
Miranda has interned with an addiction medicine physician and created an extensive database of behavioral health resources for counties in Northeast Ohio. This resource has served as a tool in securing everything from residential treatment beds to food banks to IOP providers for clients.
Miranda enjoys running in her spare time. She volunteers with Team Heart and Sole, a group that helps individuals with disabilities experience the joy and triumph of competitive running events. She is active in the Columbus running community and you can find her volunteering at races that she isn’t competing in.