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TEAM MEMBERS

Nick Reynolds

Nick Reynolds
Director of Program and Operations

Nick is excited to join the Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank team! A Cincinnati native, he completed his BA at Loyola University Chicago, and served in Seattle with Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest, where he met his talented wife Sarah. Since then, he has gained experience managing nonprofit programs serving folks on the margins in the fields of mental health, developmental disabilities, and food access. He is ecstatic to be the dad of baby Emmett, which has made the need for diapers and other supplies in our community feel all the more urgent and personal. Nick enjoys spending time woodworking, gardening, brewing, being outdoors, traveling, and spending time at home with family and friends.

Anne Luecke

Anne Luecke
Development Manager

A Cincinnati native and Miami grad, Anne packed up her political science degree and began her career in Washington D.C. where she worked with Congress, government agencies, and related NGOs to secure funding and create sound policy, resulting in better access and care for those living with mental health and substance use disorders. Returning home to Cincinnati when her oldest was born, Anne began consulting with local nonprofits in the areas of policy creation; organizational development; and marketing and messaging. Her work has always been driven by a desire to promote social justice and level the playing field, with a particular focus on women and other underrepresented populations. Not a surprise, Anne was a big fan of Sweet Cheeks, well before joining the team. Outside of work, Anne is mom to two boys, loves to travel, and will occasionally break out in dance during a yoga class.

Rachel Moon is the Director of Community Engagement for Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank.

Rachel Mood
Director of COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

A museum nerd and NKY native, Rachel comes to Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank after working almost 10 years at the Cincinnati Art Museum, where she managed tours and wellness programming, led yoga in the galleries and taught workshops on art and meditation. She graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a Master’s in Public History and went on to teach museum studies courses at Wilmington College, focusing her classes on museums as agents of social change. Recently, she curated an exhibit about food & economic injustice at the Dayton International Peace Museum in Dayton, OH and is passionate about making a difference in communities through social justice and non-profit work. In 2018, she was awarded the “Conflict Resolution Educator of the Year” by the Ohio State University for her work promoting peace initiatives as an educator. When she’s not working, Rachel enjoys going to the movies, practicing yoga, and traveling the globe – she has been to over 15 countries on 6 continents. She is so excited to join the Sweet Cheeks team!

Mike Schell is Marketing Director specializing in digital marketing, company strategy, communications and branding.

Mike Schell
Marketing Director

For the past 10+ years, Mike has advanced his career as a digital marketer with an eye for technology and flawless design. His goal is to combine knowledge and experience in these areas to help Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank service the Cincinnati community and in due time eliminate diaper need. Aside from his full time job, he also is a Childbirth Educator at the Cleveland Clinic teaching a “Boot Camp For New Dads” class to soon-to-be Dads. Mike lives in Cleveland with his wife, Andrée, and their son, August. As a family, they enjoy cooking, spending time outdoors and going to see live music.

ABBY WILLET
SUPPORT COORDINATOR

Local to the Greater Cincinnati area, Abby brings a lot of passion and excitement to Sweet Cheeks. She graduated from NKU with a Communications Degree and is eager to share her skills with this organization. Abby has a desire to help her fellow Cincinnatians, large or small, and is excited to be doing whatever needs done here. Outside of work she enjoys playing with her two dogs, rock climbing, and spending as much time in the Red River Gorge as possible.