Anna Campbell, Executive Director
Anna Campbell joined Teresa House in November of 2022. She was moved by the mission and is passionate about serving our most vulnerable community members. She has her B.B.A in Business Technology Management from SUNY Alfred where she worked for several years in event planning, fundraising, and finance. She founded a clothing and accessories boutique that she has operated for the past five years. Anna is excited to bring her strong business background and unique skill set to the Teresa House. She lives on her family’s farm with her horses, dogs, rabbit, and husband, Troy.
Leah Fletcher, Director of the House
Leah was hired as a part-time administrator in February of 2005. Before joining Teresa House, Leah received her PhD in Pathology in 1993 and worked as a vaccine research scientist for 10 years. Teresa House holds a special place in Leah’s heart and she feels blessed to be a part of their caring and dedicated staff. She lives in Geneseo, NY with her husband, Kurt. They have 2 wonderful sons and a couple of cats. As an amateur photographer, she can frequently be seen taking pictures for the Geneseo Central School Drama Club and the Geneseo Community Players. She joined Teresa House in October 2004 as a clerical volunteer.
Peter Brandt, RN
Peter is a Registered Nurse with a certificate in Gerontology. He has spent his entire nursing career working primarily with older persons. He grew up on a farm near the Plum Creek of Little House on the Prairie fame and still enjoys gardening. He is also an Orthodox Christian Deacon with an advanced degree in theology and is a Benedictine Oblate specializing in Gregorian chant. He lives in Mt. Morris, NY with his wife of thirty-three years and nine cats. Peter first joined Teresa House as a nurse in 2013 and served as our Volunteer Coordinator from 2014-2022.
Barb Adams, Volunteer Coordinator
Barb Adams attended RIT and received a BFA in Textile Design. She worked at various living history museums and served as Director of Operations at Genesee Country Village and Museum (GCV&M) for most of her career. She is also a professional handweaver and has a passion for food service. Barb lives on a 100-acre property with her husband of 40 years and their goats. She retired in 2022 and loves spending time with her family. She also enjoys baking, canning, and cooking her garden produce, making cheese from goat milk, and knitting. She learned of Teresa House from one of our nurses, Peter Brandt, who encouraged her to volunteer.
Board of Directors
(L-R): Ann Hunt, Dan Strom, Rev. Dr. Stephanie Sauvé, Victor Rowcliffe, Tom Wiggins, Denise Bentley and Jane Passamonte
Tom Wiggins, President
Victor Rowcliffe, Vice President
Denise Bentley, Secretary
Ann Hunt, Treasurer
Rev. Dr. Stephanie Sauvé
Mount Morris, NY
Mount Morris, NY