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Redleaf Center for Family Healing Campaign Resources

Campaign Committee Bios

Rebecca Anderson, Co-Chair

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Rebecca Anderson is a mother of two teenage boys and a champion of education, wellness, and service. She is a dedicated community volunteer and philanthropist who connects the threads of potential that wind through the broader community. Rebecca is widely recognized as a leader in bringing people together for a greater impact. She inspires others to extend their thinking, time, and resources to drive a cause forward. She sits on three Boards of Directors: the Hennepin Healthcare Foundation, the Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies (GTCYS), and Hold Your Horses, a Minnesota non-profit that offers equine-assisted therapy for individuals with physical, cognitive or sensory impairments. In addition to her volunteer work, Rebecca is engaged in supporting the operation of the family businesses she co-owns in Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Courtney Cushing Kiernat, Co-Chair

redleaf committee member courtney kiernatCourtney is Chair of the Hennepin Healthcare Foundation Board of Directors. Her commitment to Hennepin Healthcare was ignited when her son was hit by a car and received life-saving care at HCMC. Courtney is the first Executive Director of Peris Housing, a new affordable housing project in Minneapolis, slated to open Summer 2021, which includes units for youth aging out of foster care. Prior to Peris, Courtney was Senior Program Director at the Pohlad Family Foundation.

In addition to family philanthropy, Courtney has experience with resource development, public education, community engagement, public policy, and partnerships. Courtney considers herself a generalist who knows enough to be dangerous but whose value is getting the right people at the table to get important work done.

Courtney grew-up in Minneapolis and Karachi, Pakistan, and now lives in Minneapolis with her husband and their four dogs, who keep her busy now that her two children are in college. In her free time, she enjoys serving on nonprofit boards, volunteering as a therapy team with one of her dogs, gardening, and photography.

Carrie Bachman

Carrie Bachman has a passion for attachment theory and the power it has to affect positive change in intimate family relationships and across multiple barriers to healing.  She has worked to cultivate coast to coast relationships with individuals who endeavor to strengthen families.  Through her own journey of learning, growth, and healing she has gained a commitment to build the capacity of other mothers for their sake and the sake of their children.  It is her belief that we will, as a community, be strengthened by improving the mental health and connections of our families.

Carrie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development and Social Relations from Kalamazoo College in Michigan.  In addition to committing the majority of her time to her family, she has worked and volunteered in educational, artistic, therapeutic, and health environments.  She studied in Caen, France during her time at Kalamazoo College where she met her husband, Mark Bachman, a life-long resident and involved member of the Minneapolis community.  Together they have grown their commitment to philanthropy, especially as it relates to the education and healing of others and enjoy raising their three children, ages 17, 14, and 11 in Southwest Minneapolis.

Stacey Crosby

redleaf campaign stacey crosbyStacey graduated from the University of MN and also completed her MA Degree at the Adler Graduate School where she focused on working with women. She leads support groups at Chrysalis as well as provided counseling to women at the Shakopee Women’s Prison.  She and her husband Michael have three children, Jackson age 19, Charlie age 16, and Piper age 14. Stacey also served on the Board and as Board Chair at St. David’s Center as well as serving on the Capital Campaign Committee. In her free time, she enjoys playing tennis, skiing, and traveling with her family.

Krisanne Hogan

redleaf campaign member krisanne hoganKrisanne Hogan is the owner of Linden Hills Property Group LLC, a local real estate investment company. Before starting LHPG, she was a Realtor/Relocation Specialist with Coldwell Banker Burnet, 2004-2015. Krisanne has been married to Ted Hogan for 31 years and lives in Edina. They have 4 grown daughters, 2 sons-in-law, and 2 PERFECT grandchildren! Krisanne loves to travel, entertain, cook, play games, and workout. She, also, is a Group Leader for Bible Study Fellowship. Krisanne’s creative side and passion for organizing events led her to pioneer and chair many large fundraisers for her daughters’ schools throughout their 20 academic years.

Brooke Moss

redleaf campaign brooke mossBrooke Moss, PA-C, MPH is a certified Physician Assistant specializing in Dermatology. In 2016 she founded the Hennepin Healthcare Young Professionals and has since served as Chairwoman of the group. Brooke also currently sits on the Board of Stages Theater Company. She is passionate about maternal & child health and healthcare innovation, as well as support for the arts. In her free time, Brooke enjoys spending time with her family, traveling domestically and abroad to try new foods and wine and enjoying the theater and art scene in MSP.

Redleaf Center for Family Healing Staff

Helen Kim, MD
Medical Director

Angela Watts
Director of Operations

Katie Thorsness, MD
Perinatal Psychiatrist

Jodi Hennessey, LICSW
Therapist

Mackenzie Landbloom, LICSW
Therapist

Maggie Rorke, MHW
Mental Health Worker

Krishnan Subrahmanian, MD
Pediatrician

Eric Abu
Project Coordinator

Diana Cutts, MD
Pediatric Medical Director

Syl Jones
Creative Director

Rebecca Grandstrand, RN
Registered Nurse

Stephanie Kuhnmuench, LICSW
Therapist

Tasa Leikvoll, LMFT
Therapist

Nora Erickson, PhD
Research Fellow

Josephine Abate
Research Assistant

Jesse Kuendig, LICSW
Co-Founder/Consultant

Additional Resources

Redleaf Center Fact Sheet

Wilder Research, The Cost of Untreated Maternal Depression

Day Hospital Programs for Mothers and Babies in the United States

California: Pasadena, CA.  Huntington Memorial Hospital Maternal Wellness Program

California: Los Angeles, CA.  UCLA CA Resnick/Maternal Mental Health Program

Florida: Gainesville, FL. Better Beginnings Mommy & Baby Day Program

Michigan: Grand Rapids  MI.  Pine Rest Mother and Baby Program

Minnesota: Minneapolis  MN.  Redleaf Center Mental Health Services 

New York: Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk Counties  NY.  Perinatal Psychiatry Services at The Zucker Hillside Hospital and South Oaks Hospital 

Rhode Island: Providence RI. Brown/Women & Infants Day Hospital Program

Washington: Seattle, WA. Swedish Perinatal Center for Perinatal Bonding and Support

How to Give

Support families to nurture, protect, and provide long-term development for their children.

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Redleaf Website

The Redleaf Center for Family Healing is an intensive mental health program for pregnant and postpartum mothers.

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