Babajide Saba has been working at Committed to Change since 2012 where he first held the position of Program Manager. Mental health was not his original field of choice, as he intended to pursue his degree in Pharmacy. However, Babajide found that he had a passion for public health, and went on to complete his Master of Public Health degree from Capella University in 2012. His hard work and commitment to the company led him to assume the position of CEO at the end of 2016. Babajide strongly believes in the idea of putting patients at the center of treatment. He splits his time between the Cumberland and Annapolis office locations.
Anaisi Brown, aka “Bobbi” developed the passion to work in the Mental Health field in 2002, upon completing her undergraduate degree in Psychology. From 2002-2015 she has had the honor of serving under Dr. Cyril G. Hardy as his Office Manager, as well as Practice Administrator at his outpatient psychiatric practice in Takoma Park, MD. Her passion and commitment in desiring to see positive changes in both patients and organization at large motivated her to complete her Masters in Healthcare Administration in 2014 from Washington Adventist University. In 2016 Ms. Brown accepted a position as the Outpatient Wellness Clinic Office Manager at Adventist Behavioral Health in Rockville, Maryland; whereby she had the opportunity to work with 10 Mental Health Providers. This experience permitted her to create a balanced relationship with each Provider, as well as Staff and patients.
Ms. Brown has also had the privilege of working with an Autistic Organization, CSAAC, for 14 years. She ultimately believes that her faith and passion for serving in the mental health field derives from wanting to see each individual who are struggling with some sort of mental illness to achieve a successful life by being able to function independently at home, school, in the community and at work.
As one of the leaders at Committed to Change, P.C.(CTC), Ms. Brown’s passion has deepened in wanting to see growth, development, unity and cohesiveness in the leadership team, clinicians, administrators, staff, and patients. Her belief is that in order to see changes within the organization and in others, one has to be committed and dedicated to their calling. “My hope and prayer is that each person, whether patient, staff or provider, will be treated with respect and dignity during their experience at Committed to Change.” As one of the leaders at CTC, Ms. Brown is looking forward to achieving our CARF accreditation, as well as expanding the OMHC Program in order to successfully serve our community at large.
Christine Saba has been working in the field of mental health since 2011 when she first held a position as a PRP Counselor. She obtained a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree with a concentration in public health from Morgan State University in 2015 because she was passionate about remaining in the mental health field and working to improve the overall health of communities. Christine has been working at Committed to Change since 2013. She is currently the PRP Rehabilitation Specialist at the Annapolis location.
Leah attended FSU for her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and Salisbury University for her Masters. Leah’s work experience includes direct care work with children and adolescents as well as providing therapy for women, young adults, and children who have experienced abuse during her work at a women’s shelter.’