ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN (June 8, 2015) – Ozone House Youth & Family Services is pleased to announce three new appointments to its board of directors: Nakisha Chaney, Andrew Gilroy and Richard Wiese. The three new members all bring strong leadership skills to Ozone House, as well as a commitment to ensuring that young people who are facing homelessness receive the safety and support they need to lead healthy, productive lives.

“We are extremely proud that Ozone House continues to attract board members who are passionate about empowering youth to achieve their full potential in life,” said Board President, Lisa Jackson, PhD.

The new board members:

Nakisha Chaney is a civil rights and employment litigator at Nacht & Roumel, P.C. where her practice is focused on matters arising from human trafficking, workplace discrimination and harassment. Nakisha has worked with numerous nonprofits including the ACLU Michigan, Amnesty International USA, and the University of Michigan Human Trafficking Law Project. Beyond her legal practice, she regularly presents on the issue of human trafficking and has authored several publications on the subject. Nakisha was graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Oberlin College with a degree in African American History, and from the University of Michigan Law School.   Read more