The Circles staff
The Core Leadership Team
Circles Chatham is guided by the OneChatham Board of Directors and a working board called the Core Leadership Team. These are the current members of the Core Leadership Team.
John Moore is Executive Director of OneChatham (Lead agency), and the Director of Circles Chatham. He is an original Founder of Circles Chatham. He has a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering and worked as a certified project management professional. During his 30 years at IBM and two years at SunTrust Bank, he held several technical and management positions in computer hardware and software development, and in test and quality management. He has served in leadership roles in his churches and in parent-teacher-student organizations.
Patricia Stucke, the Program Director and Facilitator for Leadership Development Training, is a retired teacher and administrator from the Midwest. During a more than 40-year career, she taught science in middle and high schools; was principal in a low-performing school; and was a district coordinator and director who planned and presented professional workshops, facilitated school improvement and district leadership meetings, and implemented a district-wide pilot mentoring program. As a Peace Corps volunteer (with her husband Glen) she taught biology and chemistry to secondary students in a rural government school in Tanzania, Africa. She currently volunteers as a museum docent in the Chatham County Courthouse in Pittsboro and as a youth minister for ninth grade confirmation students at a local church.
Marianne McIver is the Circles Chatham Coach, an ally and is the leader of the Meeting Arrangements Team. She worked as a nurse for 47 years, primarily in in-patient settings in the United States and Sweden. She holds a bachelor’s degree in German from Wake Forest University, a bachelor’s in nursing from Vanderbilt University, and a master’s in psychiatric nursing from the University of South Carolina. As a clinical nurse specialist in psychiatric nursing, she consulted with emergency department staff and treated psychiatric emergencies. She also served as a unit director, a supervisor, and an instructor for students in nursing programs. Marianne retired in 2013 from an out-patient practice as a nurse therapist, working with the chronically and persistently mentally ill.
Kristin Wilson, Child Care Programming Lead, has a Masters in Social Work and has held multiple positions in the Social Work field, including therapy, adoption, and clinical work. Demonstrating her love and devotion to children, she has volunteered in multiple settings including as a youth mentor, and traveled to India to teach English to orphaned children.