Teresa Hoelle and Michael Odioso will serve as the newest members of the board of Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services (HCDDS). “We’re eager to welcome Teresa and Mike to our board,” said HCDDS Superintendent Leia Snyder. “They bring a wealth of knowledge and experience that will benefit the work of our board and help HCDDS continue to provide essential and innovative services to people with developmental disabilities and their families in Hamilton County.”
Hoelle is co-owner and senior vice president of philanthropic services at Ignite Philanthropy. A Cincinnati Business Courier Forty under 40 recipient, Hoelle holds a master’s degree in business education from the University of North Carolina in Charlotte and a bachelor’s degree in education from Miami University. As a parent of a child with an extremely rare genetic disease, she serves on the advisory board of DDX3X Foundation to fund research and support for children and families. Additionally, she is a board member of PUPP (Pop Up Puppy Party), which promotes inclusive community engagement and connections. Hoelle resides in Clifton with her 5-year-old daughter and husband. “I’m honored to be appointed to this position and eager to promote inclusion and quality services for people with developmental disabilities in our community,” said Hoelle.
Odioso is an attorney and a social studies teacher at St. Xavier High School, where he formerly served as an assistant principal, football coach, and mock trial moderator. Odioso earned his bachelor’s and juris doctorate degrees from the University of Cincinnati and his master’s degree in education from the College of Mount St. Joseph. Odioso and his wife, Leslie, live in Green Township and have two living children, Lauren, and Lucas. They have been active volunteers and advocates on behalf of their late child Audrey, who was born with developmental disabilities, and have continued this work since her passing in 2015. “I look forward to using my skills in leadership, public advocacy, and community building, along with my knowledge gained as a parent, to work in support of this agency’s vital mission,” said Odioso.
Hamilton County Probate Court Judge Ralph Winkler appointed Hoelle and Odioso. The HCDDS Board is made up of seven members, five appointed by the Hamilton County Board of County Commissioners and two appointed by the senior probate court judge.
At its Jan. 10 meeting, our Board selected Andy Magenheim as its next president. He has served on the HCDDS Board since 2012, most recently as vice president. Magenheim manages the Pi•E3 Financial Collaborative and holds designations as a Certified Financial Planner, a Chartered Financial Consultant, and a Chartered Special Needs Consultant.
Other officers for 2023 include Alan Abes, vice president, and Stephen Jones, secretary.