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Alison McLainAlison McLain
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Cadi SanchezCadi Sanchez
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Patrick SumnerPatrick Sumner
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Steve CloydeSteve Cloyde
Wyandot, Inc. recently announced four appointments of key management positions. Allison McLain has joined Wyandot, Inc. as director of development, and Steve Cloyde as facilities manager. Cadi Sanchez has been promoted to service manager of Wyandot Center’s emergency and stabilization services. Patrick Sumner has returned to the agency as the new site manager of Frank Williams Outreach Center.
Allison most recently served as development associate with the Providence Saint John Foundation. She previously worked at Sunflower House as development coordinator and development director. In her first job, Allison was a social work specialist with the former Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services in both Atchison and Kansas City, Kan. She earned her undergraduate degree in social work through the University of Kansas. Allison subsequently received a master of public administration from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Steve brings extensive experience to his role including his recent job at Comprehensive Mental Health Services, Independence, Mo. Steve worked at the multi-site, Missouri-side mental health agency since 1988. His background includes project management; general maintenance and mechanical repairs; work with mechanical, HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems, and welding; and supervision. The general maintenance engineer previously worked at the former Allis-Chalmers, Independence, Mo.
Cadi earned her bachelor’s in social work through the University of Kansas and her master’s at Washburn University. Her prior employment was in child welfare with the Kansas Children’s Service League, and in foster care licensing and placement with Associated Youth Services. She joined Wyandot Center in September 2005 as a therapeutic crisis case manager and then became a crisis therapist and service coordinator.
Patrick earned his undergraduate degree in American studies and his master’s degree in cultural studies and American history at the University of Kansas. His previous jobs included documentary film production and work with Trozzolo Communications. From 2005 to September 2012, Patrick was associated with Wyandot Center’s homeless program. He left Wyandot to work with the assertive community outreach program of Truman Behavioral Health Services.