Our Leaders

Leif Johnson Jr. has been CEO of the company since 2013.  He serves on the board of Peoples Oakland, a Pittsburgh-based non-profit that provides supportive services to individuals with mental health challenges, and the Princeton Alumni Association of Western Pennsylvania. Leif Johnson Jr. is a cum laude graduate of Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Leif enjoys playing tennis and going on nature walks.

Jennelle Johnson, the Office and Agency Services Director of OAHC, is a graduate of Penn State University, where she double-majored in International Business and Operations Management. In her role, Jennelle oversees OAHC’s internal operations and sets strategic priorities for the company. She enjoys cooking at home and traveling.

Monai Johnson guides, researches, and executes initiatives pertinent to OAHC. With an operations-focused MBA, Six Sigma, Delta Associates Business Insights, and project management certifications, she has extensive experience executing large and small-scale enterprise-wide initiatives across multiple departments. Monai enjoys stand-up paddleboarding and reading.

Kim Durham is the Residential Facilities Director for OAHC. Starting with OAHC February 2021, she has 35 years of experience working with intellectually and developmentally disabled individuals. Kim holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of California. She enjoys cooking, gardening, and reading.

John Shingle holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from Robert Morris University. As OAHC’s Personnel and General Services Director, John is responsible for recruiting qualified caregivers and supervising them throughout their employment. John enjoys dirt bike riding and going to concerts.

Erika Novak is the Documentation and Office Manager for OAHC. With an Associate of Science Degree in Business Management, Erika has worked for family-owned and operated companies for most of her professional career, with proven success in each department. She enjoys cheering on her son at sporting events, spending time with family, and anything and everything outdoors!

Kristen Young received her Bachelor’s degree from Clarion University. As OAHC’s Program Specialist, Kristen manages each individual’s plan of care and collaborates with each client’s team to ensure that all needs are being met. Kristen is an active volunteer in her community. Outside of work, she spends time playing with her dogs and cheering her family on in multiple sporting events.