Maureen Mall – President
As president of the Center for Sight & Hearing, Maureen Mall leads the team of specialized experts to fulfill the Center’s mission and strategic goals through her extensive background in business development, healthcare, and nonprofit management. Maureen is a member of the Rockford Noon Lions, the District 1-D Cabinet, and serves on the Adult Low Vision Committee with the Lions of Illinois Foundation. In addition, she belongs to VisionServe Alliance, a national leadership coalition for organizations who serve the blind, and has held various board and volunteer positions in the community.
Maureen earned a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Beloit College in Wisconsin and a Master of Science in Law from Champlain College in Vermont. She is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa national honor society and a Lions of Illinois Foundation Fellow.
Tricia Cratty – Vice President of Institutional Advancement
Tricia Cratty leads a team of marketing, communications, and development professionals in sharing the Center’s life-changing stories to illustrate how the Center for Sight and Hearing is the regional leader in vision and hearing services. In addition to having served as the Director of Development and the Director of Marketing at Rock Valley College, Tricia served as the Vice President of a Marketing/Communications firm for fifteen years. She has produced numerous award-winning marketing campaigns and projects for a wide range of business to business and consumer products. She drove results for clients in a variety of industries including: healthcare, higher education, financial and legal services, aerospace, manufacturing, municipal, and not-for-profits.
Tricia earned an Associate Degree from Rock Valley College, Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and spent a year studying abroad at Stirling University, Scotland. A lifelong resident of northern Illinois, Tricia has served on numerous boards and committees, and enjoys spending time with friends and family.
Anthony Mirabile – Director of Information Technology
Anthony Mirabile joined the Center for Sight & Hearing in 1997 as an Assistive Technology Specialist to provide technology assessments & computer and portable device training. His transition into Information Technology Director brought forth the need to evolve and embrace the digital age. Anthony’s passion for technology manifested into managing CSH’s IT infrastructure. Today CSH embodies a well-established ecosystem of technology, including electronic records management, up-to-date security measures across all platforms, and a web & social media strategy.