A Day in the Life, and Welcome New Team Members

As we all process the changes to our daily lives due to COVID-19, it’s important to reflect on our mission: We exist so families can get better together. Now more than ever, we are reminded that pediatric illness does not stop, and our staff is working diligently to ensure we remain true to our mission.

Most of the team members who you know from our Houses and Family Rooms are still on site, providing services while remaining a light to our families during this challenging time. Many of our other team members – including our marketing, development, and administrative folks – are now working from home.

While many things have changed in our daily routines over the past few weeks, many things have continued on, including several additions to our RMHC-CNI team. We hope you will be able to meet them in person soon!

Man with a bald head and beard and an RMHC-CNI jacket.

Ray Campbell, Loyola House Overnight Manager

Man with brown hair and a grey shirt smiles at the camera.

Ian Hoeffler, Comer Family Room Manager

Meghan Jones, Volunteer Services Manager

Blond woman stands in a football locker room and hold up a Chicago Bears jersey.

Brittany Stafiej, Loyola House Manager

Congratulations also to Anne Czarnecki, Program Director of RMH near Advocate Children’s, and Megan Conley, Advocate House Manager, who each welcomed new sons in March!

Newborn baby wrapped ina white blanket with a black hat and a "Hello, my name is Patrick" sticker.

Welcome Patrick Xavier Czarnecki Martino!

Newborn baby in a grey onesie and grey hat.

Welcome Carson Lane Conley!