Board of Directors
Rena Hannaford received an undergraduate degree in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University and holds an MBA from Babson College. Now serving as KidsTerrain's CEO, Rena is a seasoned executive with entrepreneurial and corporate experience. She has held several senior management positions in both operations and marketing.
Rena was the co-founder of Quadrant Health Strategies, an innovative occupational and environmental health company specializing in developing and implementing strategies to address workers' health issues.
A results-oriented individual with effective communication skills, Rena brings to the board a breadth of knowledge in entrepreneurship, management, and leadership.
Margaret A. Moran, founder of KidsTerrain, Inc., has more than twenty-five years of experience in the health care industry. She has held several senior marketing and product development positions for provider systems, insurance companies, and managed care organizations.
As Senior Vice President of Marketing and Program Development and Chief Operating Officer for Choate Health Systems/Management, Inc., a behavioral health care hospital and system of care, Ms. Moran directed the company from a $2 million operation to a $35 million company.
Ms. Moran has worked with various children's programs including Head Start in several Massachusetts communities, inpatient and outpatient pediatric programs at several hospitals including McLean and Cambridge City, and has worked with school systems in Middlesex County to provide behavioral health care services to children.
Ms. Moran is a registered nurse who received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a Master of Science degree in Health Services Administration from Emmanuel College. She has served on the board of the Association for Ambulatory Behavioral Health Care and has been a guest speaker and lecturer at numerous national AABH and IBH conferences and seminars.
She is the co-author of "How One Managed Care Organization Collaborated with Providers to Create a Public Sector Continuum of Care," Continuum: The Journal for AABH and a co- author of "Access to the System of Care," in The Integrated Behavioral Health Continuum: Theory and Practice, Kiser, Lefkovitz, Kennedy (Eds.).
Ms. Moran has published three children's stories through New Voices Publishing. The Magic in Me, Aunt Rosa's House, and Someone Took Vanessa's Bike. A fourth story, Afraid of the Dark, is available as an e-book on the KidsTerrain-at-Home Bookstore page.
Mark C. Kelley is the principal owner of Longpoint, a collaborative consulting and professional coaching company. With more than twenty-five years of results-oriented experience in the health insurance and managed care industries, Mark brings to the board a breadth of knowledge in marketing, sales, product plan concepts and development, leadership and creativity.
Mark has held several senior management positions in operations, sales and marketing. He sits on several boards and in 1996 was recognized by the Boston Jaycees with a Ten Outstanding Young Leaders of Boston Award. He is a graduate of Providence College and holds an MBA from Boston College. He is also a graduate of the Duke University Fuqua School of Business Executive Leadership Forum.