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Board of Directors

The Ohio Center for Hope is led by an experienced board of directors and a dedicated team of administrators. With their combined knowledge and expertise, they are well-positioned to take the organization to new heights of success.

Founder & CEO

Dr. Shishuka Malhotra, MD, FAPA


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Executive Vice President 

Kamya Malhotra

I‘ve grown up in Clinton, Ohio with my family. My mother’s commitment to providing mental health and memory care has always been visible to me and was significant in shaping my perspectives. It is through my mother that I learned more about the realities of mental health care and memory care for many in our local communities. I am currently a senior in high school. 

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Board of Directors

Keith Hummel

I went to the University of Akron and obtained my Bachelor’s of Science in Labor Economics. I wanted to work in the medical field because I love to take pride in my job and NB-CR is a great place to work. Even though I don’t directly handle patient care but knowing that I am a part of an organization that helps patients, it puts a smile on my face.


I have 2 young daughters and they take up most of my time. I love to go down to my father in-laws’ cabin and spend the weekend off the grid with no cell service with my family. My wife and I love to take ours kids out on bike rides to all the local parks in the summer. Here at NB-CR, I manage the office, maintain office contracts, Human Resources and maintain facility upkeep.


Executive Secretary & Legal Counsel

John Rambacher Esq. 

John Rambacher is Legal Counsel and Executive Secretary for the Ohio Center for Hope.  In his own legal practice, John focuses on real estate sales, business planning, and contracting.  John Rambacher has significant experience with complex real estate and business organization/transactions (including tax deferred exchanges under Internal Revenue Code Section 1031).  John is also a licensed title insurance agent in Ohio. John Rambacher earned his law degree from the University of Akron School of Law where he was the Articles Editor for the Akron Law Review.  He is a member of the Ohio State and Stark County Bar. John is a member of the Plain Township, Ohio Zoning Commission, as well as a member of the finance committee at St. Paul Church in North Canton. John resides in Canton, Ohio, with his wife, Lily, having raised four children and being a grandfather of five. He enjoys traveling, hiking and “all sports.” 

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Danielle Heller

As a Financial Director, I oversee all areas of finance and administration including: study budget negotiations, accounts payable and receivables, cash management, banking and reconciliations, and revenue tracking. I enjoy working for a small company because you can really see the results of your work and your decisions have an impact on the operations.

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Community Outreach Director

Molly Little

Originally from the small town of Ross, Ohio, I graduated from Miami University (OH) with a BA in Medical Sociology and MA in Social Work. Coming from a rural community into a very wealth college town opened my eyes to the challenges many people, like those from my own hometown, face when trying to find mental health & memory care resources. As a result, I have spent my entire career working with LGBTQ, BIPOC and other minority communities-specifically underserved Senior populations. As the Community Outreach Director at the Center for Hope, the best part of my job is seeing how people’s lives are improved by accessing quality care and taking charge of the own mental wellness. 

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Rebecca Lemasters

Rebecca attended KSU and Belmont Universities, graduating with a Degree in Arts & Science. She has over 15 years of Medical Assisting & Business Development under her belt. Rebecca took a passionate turn toward Community Outreach. She currently serves on several Mental Health Boards including The ADAMHS Board and Equal Access Boards in her community. Bringing attention to the importance of inter-disciplinary patient care by using her voice of experience is one of her greatest achievements. She enjoys researching grant opportunities and further philanthropic opportunities. Rebecca is happy to spend her time, sharing years of service experience, consulting for Ohio Center for Hope. We welcome her as an adjunct member of our team. 

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