Jim Luehm has been serving as Interim Executive Director since November of 2018 following his retirement from Gratiot Integrated Health Network where he worked for 16 years, most recently as supervisor of Outreach. Jim holds a Master of Divinity Degree from Emmanuel Christian Seminary and a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Central Michigan University. He is a Michigan Licensed Profession Counselor. Both as a former pastor and as a mental health specialist, Jim has spent his entire career working with children and families.
“As interim PSGC director I look forward to leading staff in providing the same level of programming and service Pregnancy Services has always offered and look forward to new and expanding ways the agency can be of help to the families we encounter. I believe that nothing in an infant’s life is more important than a great start! Supplying spiritual, physical and educational supportive services to the parents of infants helps in that great start and has lasting impact, not only in the here and now, but potentially throughout the lifespan.”
Diana has been serving PSGC as Program Director since May, 2015. Her main focus with us is putting together the calendar for the services and programs we provide, coordinating volunteers, teaching parenting classes, and serving clients as needed.
"Mom, Mama, Mother, Nana, Nani, Grandma - these are some of the names that I proudly answer to. I have been married for more than 30 years to a wonderful man who teaches wood shop to Mt. Pleasant middle school children. We have 4 birth sons, 2 adopted children, and have fostered many children the last 10 years. I was involved with PSGC as Client Services Director many years ago, but had to leave to attend to family needs. I am thrilled that God has opened this door for me to serve at PSGC once again, this time as Program Director. I enjoy working with our parenting programs, and various God-centered mentoring programs, as well as reaching out to our community about who we are and what we do."
Danielle began serving PSGC as our Office Assistant in February of 2017. Her primary duties are to maintain the responsibilities of our office tasks. From scheduling of clients, answering our office calls, maintaining client and donor files and records, to keeping our social networking sites functioning and up to speed, Danielle oversees our reception and data entry needs. She also enjoys working to serve our clients, whether it be educating with parenting classes or just helping out by being a listening ear as a peer advocate. " I am more than willing to do what I can if it is in my ability to help in any way I can and be available to our clients any time I can if they need me."
Danielle is a single mother of one, proud member of Nativity of the Lord Parish, earned her Associates Degree from Mid- Michigan Community College and is in her senior year at Central Michigan University. She is majoring in Community Development and loves to work with the public.