Hanna Boys Center today announced the appointment of Tullus Miller as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the 72-year old residential treatment center for at-risk youth.
Miller is currently a CPA and partner at Moss Adams LLP and had been serving as Hanna’s vice chair and treasurer.
“We have a long legacy at Hanna of helping motivated youths rebuild their lives through a focus on faith, education and caring,” said Miller. “This has been the heart of our mission since 1945 and I’m proud to have the opportunity to be part of it, particularly as we expand our network and the number of young people we can help.”
In addition to its residential treatment program that serves 100 youth, Hanna introduced the Hanna Institute in 2016. The Hanna Institute trains, consults and collaborates with other youth-serving organizations and communities dedicated to building resilience in children and families.
“We are truly blessed to have Tullus’ talents and energy to guide our Board of Directors during this time of growth and outreach,” said Brian Farragher, Chief Executive Officer of Hanna Boys Center. “He knows how to inspire, lead and innovate, and he understands and respects Hanna’s legacy of commitment to helping young people in Northern California and beyond.”
Hanna has been a haven of hope for decades, and we plan to build on our success for many generations to come,” Farragher said. We greatly appreciate Tullus’ willingness to serve and look forward to his contributions to our future.”
Hanna Boys Center is governed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors composed of Trustees, which have fiduciary responsibilities; Regents, which act as advisors and serve on working committees; and Regents Emeritus, which serve as community ambassadors for the organization.