Mary Ann Broda – PhD, APRN, CPNP
Executive Director of Holton Health and Wellness Services
Mary Ann graduated from Goshen College with her BSN in 1977, and completed her MSN and certification as a pediatric nurse practitioner at University of Colorado in 1980. She earned her PhD in Nursing from The University of Texas at Austin in 1987. Dr. Broda has served as nursing faculty at Northern Michigan University, The University of Texas at Austin, Murray State University and and the University of Michigan. She also established and managed the Northern Michigan Children’s Clinic in Marquette, MI, and has worked as a nurse practitioner in Murray, KY and in several Michigan locations. She joined the nursing faculty at Spring Arbor University in January 2014, and loves both nursing education and clinical practice.
Currently, Dr. Broda serves as the executive director of Holton Health and Wellness Services, where she sees patients in her academic clinical role as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. The goal of the HHWS team is to help each student become healthy and whole in Christ. Dr. Broda counts herself blessed to be able serve God as He touches the world with His healing and hope.
Carrie Dashner, MA, LLP
Director of Counseling Services
Carrie became the director of counseling services in 2011. Prior to accepting this position, she contracted with SAU on a part-time basis to provide counseling for students on campus. Carrie states, “I really enjoy working with college students and I feel very blessed that the Lord has led me back to SAU to counsel students full time.” She cares deeply for the students she counsels and she desires each one to reach their full potential and function to their greatest ability. Carrie is passionate about dispelling the negative stigma associated with counseling. She states, “Counseling is just one healthy way to learn how to work through troubling issues and it should not be feared or bring feelings of shame.” Carrie provides a confidential and non-judgmental environment in which students can address issues, seek solutions, and grow intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. Carrie counsels students who are struggling with a wide variety of mental health challenges, which may include depression, anxiety, adjustment issues, sexual abuse recovery, post-traumatic stress, grief and loss, and eating disorders.
Carrie graduated from SAU, majoring in psychology and minoring in sociology and earned her master’s degree from Western Michigan University. She has extensive knowledge and professional experience gained through working with a wide range of mental health issues.
Office Manager/Administrative Assistant
Faith enjoys working at SAU with the staff of Holton Health and Wellness Services and serving and loving the students. She is married to a wonderful man, Todd, and has three grown sons. She loves the outdoors, flower gardening, reading and the Lord!
If you need to contact Faith, call her at 517.750.6352 or email her at Faith.Holton@arbor.edu.