Nollau Faculty

Michael J. Readinger

Servant leadership is found at the intersection of profession, vocation, passion and mission. When you are fortunate enough to find yourself in a place where all of these are aligned, you have found your call to ministry and you are able to lead a purpose-driven life.

Michael J. Readinger
President and CEO, CHHSM, Cleveland, Ohio

Mr. Michael J. Readinger

Michael J. Readinger was called to the role of President & CEO in November of 2014. He previously served as CHHSM’s vice president from February 2005 to November 2014, after working at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in Cleveland, where he was an associate vice president/financial advisor for 12 years.

Prior to his work in financial services, Mike was involved in a number of entrepreneurial endeavors in the restaurant and club industry, specializing in management accounting systems.Michael J. Readinger was called to the role of President & CEO in November of 2014. He previously served as CHHSM’s vice president from February 2005 to November 2014, after working at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in Cleveland, where he was an associate vice president/financial advisor for 12 years.

Mike holds a BA in psychology from Case Western Reserve University and an MBA in finance from Cleveland State University. Mike is recognized as a CHHSM Diakonal Minister, having graduated from the Faith Based Leadership Institute in 2006. (FBLI is the predecessor leadership formation class to today’s Nollau Institute.) He is also a 1995 graduate of the Leadership Development Program Cleveland (United Way).

Mike currently serves on the United Church of Christ Board of Directors, the National Benevolent Association Board of Trustees, the Western Reserve Association investment advisory committee, and is the Moderator of Amistad Chapel United Church of Christ. Previous board service includes board chair of United Church Funds, board chair of the Cleveland Synergy Foundation, and board chair of the AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland.

Ms. Margaret M. Mullan

Margaret M. Mullan (Peggy) is a private consultant in Phoenix Arizona, working with businesses and organizations that wish to build strong management and governance teams.  Her background includes 25 years as the President and CEO of Beatitudes Campus, a faith-based, not for profit long term care community. Peggy received a Bachelor of Arts in Management from the University of Phoenix in 1992 and a Masters in Nonprofit Management Degree from Regis University in Denver, Colorado in December 2001.  Peggy is a past Chairman of LeadingAge, a national professional association representing not-for-profit retirement communities, health care facilities and the residents they serve.  She is also past Chairwoman of LeadingAge, AZ, and a past board member of the Alzheimer’s Association-Southwest Chapter. Additionally, Peggy is past Chair of the CHHSM Board.  During her tenure as a professional in the long term care community Peggy has served on numerous legislative task forces and commissions. She has had multiple Arizona Governor’s appointments, including the Study Committee for the Alzheimer’s Residential Care Pilot Program, Long-Term Care Services Review Committee and the Governor’s Taskforce on the Nursing Shortage.  Peggy often speaks at state and national conferences on a broad range of management and leadership issues.  Since 2007, Peggy has been an active member of the Board of Trustees of the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix Arizona. She was awarded a Virginia G. Piper Fellowship in 2010.