ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Three new members have joined the DOORWAYS Board of Directors as part of the policy to rotate member terms.

 

DoorwaysCraigMillerCraig Anthony Miller, Sr., is director of the Department of Facilities Planning and Management at Webster University. With a Master of Architecture from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Miller manages an extensive array of design and construction activities and personnel on Webster University’s main campus, U.S. extended campuses, and international campuses. He is a member of a variety of professional organizations, and has received a number of awards. The two more recent honors include the 2017 Diverse Business Leaders Award from the St. Louis Business Journal and the 2017 Design Merit Award for Architecture from the American Institute of Architects. Miller serves as Chair of the DOORWAYS Facilities Committee.

 

DoorwaysOthaMylesOtha Myles, M.D. works as a medical specialist at St. Luke’s LLC. He is also the founder, president, and CEO of the Brother 2 Brother initiative sponsored by Myles Medical Consulting LLC and based at Roosevelt High School in St. Louis. His military service includes the U.S. Army Reserves and the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. He holds numerous board certifications, with the most recent as a Specialist with the American Academy of HIV Medicine. An infectious disease specialist, he is invited by organizations around the nation to present expert information on HIV/AIDS and other topics. Dr. Myles is a member of several professional organizations, has received a number of honors and awards throughout his career—including the St. Louis American Foundation’s 2015 Excellence in Health Care award—and is actively engaged in community service endeavors with DOORWAYS as well as 100 Black Men of Metropolitan St. Louis, and St. Louis Effort for AIDS.

 

DoorwaysRevWolffReverend Tracey Wolff, M.Div., is the lead pastor at North Hills United Methodist Church (UMC) and the associate pastor at St. Andrew UMC. Prior to this, she served as the Food & Fitness director at Mercy Ministries and then the Connections Pastor at Grace United Methodist Church. Her career has also included nearly 17 years leading women’s basketball—first as a coach at Marquette University (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) and then director of women’s basketball at Athletes in Action (Xenia, Ohio). Rev. Wolff also commits time for service outside her churches, volunteering as a board member not only with DOORWAYS but, also, with Assisi House, St. Louis Homeless Winter Outreach’s housing first initiative, and is a member of the Justice Ministries Vision Team for the UMC Gateway Central District.

 

“The DOORWAYS Board of Directors is critical to our success and continued health,” noted Opal Jones, president and CEO of DOORWAYS. “They not only provide governance and oversight but also apply insightful, supportive, and compassionate leadership. Each member is unique and extremely valuable to the agency.”

 

In its 30th year, DOORWAYS provides emergency and permanent housing to the impoverished and homeless population affected by HIV/AIDS in Missouri and Illinois through five programs: Cooper House, Residential, Own Home, and Outstate (doorwayshousing.org). Housing is the foundation for a stable healthcare plan, which lays the groundwork for additional support services to assist DOORWAYS residents on the journey towards improved life-stability.

 

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