Columbus Springs names Anthony Meek outpatient director

Rebecca Walters
Anthony Meek, Columbus Springs

Columbus Springs has appointed Anthony Meek as its new outpatient director. He will oversee outpatient clinical care at its Columbus East campus as well as its outpatient clinic, Changes Pickerington.

Meek has 20+ years working in social services in a variety of roles, including children and adolescents in a psychiatric setting and in management where he worked as a director of an adolescent mental health treatment program. He subsequently worked as a director for the Florida Department of Health. As a therapist, he has worked with clients struggling with addiction, men’s issues, LGBTQIA+, self-esteem, anger management, and anxiety disorders.

Meek is a licensed professional counselor and national certified counselor who earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology from Youngstown State University and his master’s degree in counseling from Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. 

National Church Residences has appointed Danielle Willis as senior vice president of employee engagement and chief diversity officer, and Julie Fox as vice president of employee engagement and leadership development, as part of its newly created office of employment engagement that will focus on culture, leadership, equity and inclusion.

The office will oversee the development of policies and practices to advance diversity, equity, inclusion, servant leadership and career development. A dashboard will measure progress on management and leadership diversity, employee retention and referrals, career readiness and staff mobility.

With more than 20 years in human resources, Willis will lead efforts to foster and sustain an employee experience that is diverse, equitable and inclusive, delivering on the organization’s mission of serving seniors. She has a bachelor’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology from Wright State University and master’s in industrial and organizational psychology from Michigan State University. 

With over 20 years in education and leadership roles, Fox will be focused on career and professional development through a servant leadership philosophy that will intentionally seek a diverse population of emerging leaders within the organization, delivering on our preferred employee experience. She has a bachelor's degree in business leadership from Ashford University, Forbes School of Business.

Danielle Willis and Julie Fox

Diamond Hill Capital Management, an independent active asset manager and a subsidiary of Diamond Hill Investment Group has appointed Carlotta King as general counsel. King reports to Heather Brilliant, CFA, Diamond Hill's president and CEO.

Before joining Diamond Hill, King was associate general counsel for the Managed Funds Association, an advocacy, education and communications organization for the alternative investment industry in Washington, D.C. She holds a bachelor's degree in government and English from Georgetown University and a juris doctor degree from Harvard Law School. She is a board member of Women in Derivatives, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to attract, retain, educate and develop female leaders in the financial industry.