GENEVA – Jason Schneider of Naperville is the new president of the TriCity Family Services Board of Directors, officials announced.
Schneider, who was vice president, succeeds Jim Di Ciaula of St. Charles, who is retiring as board president, a position he served in since 2011. Di Ciaula will remain on the board as vice president.
Schneider, a personal injury lawyer, grew up in Batavia and remains connected to the TriCity community, according to a news release from TriCity Family Services. Schneider joined the board in 2012.
TriCity Family Services, based in Geneva, serves the Batavia, Geneva and St. Charles communities to provide counseling and affordable mental health services.
Schneider served on the young professional’s board for Rainbows for All Children, a grief support organization for children who have suffered emotional trauma, and he has worked with Mutual Ground on its 5K run.
As board president, Schneider will continue to promote TriCity Family Services and advocate for mental health and counseling services in the community, officials said.
“Ensuring mental health treatment is available is vital to the well-being of our community,” Schneider said in a prepared statement. “We support the agency and work toward meeting our goal of making quality mental health services accessible to families and individuals at all income levels.”