MCT Board Members

MCT Board Members

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Michael Beavers, LMFT

Board President
Why he is with MCT

Michael founded MCT as a natural outgrowth of his long standing belief in Wraparound children’s services values and a desire to serve children and youth in the mountain communities with these values. He continues to believe that the right combination of the right people and the right values can transform the potential of many children/youth in our communities powerfully. ​

Strengths
  • Strategic
  • Relator
  • Futuristic
  • Activator
  • Maximizer

Myers-Briggs / Keirsey Type

ENFP / Idealist – Champion

Education / Licensure
  • ​M.S., Counseling Psychology, California Baptist University
  • B.A., Liberal Studies, Social Science Concentration, San Francisco State University
  • Group Facilitator Certification,  NCTI (National Curriculum and Training Institute)
  • Executive Coaching Intensive Training, College of Executive Coaching, Santa Barbara, 2005
  • Wraparound Trainer Certification, Family Partnership Institute, California Department of Children’s Services, (2011)
  • ​Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #33698

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Lori Butler

Board Member
Why she is with MCT

Lori serves on the board of MCT because she has seen firsthand the difference the team at MCT makes in the lives of children and families dealing with a mental illness diagnosis in the Mountain area. With 1 in 5 families in the US affected by a family member with a mental health illness severely impacting their daily lives, she is simply passionate about providing resources, well rounded treatment and fighting stigma. No place does that better on this mountain than MCT. ​

Strengths
  • Input
  • Connectedness
  • Positivity
  • Woo
  • Belief

Myers-Briggs / Keirsey Type

ENFJ

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LiAnn McCreery

Board Member
Why she is with MCT

Liann is a long time mountain resident with 25 years of teaching experience with Rim of the World Unified School District. She wants to learn how to connect students to the MCT resources they need and encourage more mountain residents towards wellness.

Myers-Briggs / Keirsey Type

ISFP / Idealist

Education

LiAnn received her graduate Degree in Psychology from Pepperdine University.

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Sara Green

Board Member
BIO

Sara Green joins the MCT Board with an ambition for service and a strong business acumen.  Graduating at the age of 19 from the State University of New York, Sara has a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management with a concentration in Human Resource Management.  Sara has spent the last 12 years working for large fashion houses as a Small Business Development Specialist.  After moving to Crestline in late 2017, Sara began to find peace and comfort in community, and refocused her skill set to benefit her Rim neighbors.

Sara is also an active member of the Crestline Chamber of Commerce, the Big Bear Chamber of Commerce, the Rim Education Foundation, Heaps Peak Arboretum, and Three Oaks Science School.

When Sara is not volunteering in the community, she is busy running her newly found business Wears The MountainWearsTheMountain.com hosts locally designed apparel and gifts that celebrates our mountain towns, nature, and community.  Wears The Mountain partners with local Rim businesses on a wholesale level, participates in street fairs and markets, and consults business to business on merchandise branding opportunities. 

Through her engagement with MCT, Sara is eager to support a social impact business that shares many of her personal values, and in turn, strengthening her quest to make our Rim communities stronger than ever.

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Kathy Creighton

Board Member
BIO

Kathy Creighton – Office Manager/CEO at the Crestline Chamber of Commerce -Secretary/Manager for the Crestline Communities Development Alliance and Licensed California Real Estate Salesperson.

As a proud mother of a daughter (Nicole) who is getting certified as a Pharmacy Technician, and the wife of (Aaron) the Past Master at the Twin Peaks Masonic Lodge, we are currently enjoying our forever home that we purchased in Cedarpines Park last year.

Our family lived in VOE from 2005 to 2015, then we moved to Gardiner Montana, the North entrance to the Yellowstone National Park for some new adventures.

Our 5 years in Montana brought us many new friends and exciting discoveries that we will cherish forever. Those 5 winters were quite fierce, lending us to our choice to return to Crestline, where we again can enjoy good friends, associates and easy access to many services that we missed while in Montana.

We are happy to be back and look forward to re-entering the community as volunteers and advocates for the cultural and environmental development of the mountain communities.

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