Crossroads for Youth, a nonprofit based in Oxford, that works with at-risk and disadvantaged youth and their families throughout Michigan, has appointed Susan Williams and Tina Barton to its board of directors.
Williams, is a project manager for Oakland County’s Leadership Oakland and is responsible for managing the organization’s website, planning and executing monthly Cornerstone program sessions, obtaining and maintaining relationships with sponsors, and assisting with the planning of networking events throughout the year.
Williams, of Rochester Hills, received a Bachelor of Science degree from Grand Valley State University. Williams resides in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Barton, of Davisburg, is a clerk of the City of Rochester Hills. Prior to Barton’s current appointment, she worked in various positions for more than 15 years at the Charter Township of Bloomfield, including the last eight years as deputy clerk.
Barton received a Bachelor of Business Administration, and a Master of Arts in management and leadership from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va.