Jada McMillon has worked in the field of child welfare and social services for over 18 years with more than 15 years in a leadership role. Ms. McMillon is an experienced administrator in child welfare and social services with an extensive background in the delivery of case management and support services to diverse populations in various settings. Ms. McMillon is also experienced in psychosocial assessments, crisis intervention, education and counseling, and strength-based assessments for at-risk families. She obtained her Bachelors Degree in Social Work from the University of South Florida. Ms. McMillon also holds leadership certificates from Eckerd College Leadership Development Institute and John Maxwell’s Master Mind – The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership.
Ms. McMillon started her child welfare career with the Hillsborough County Youth Advocate Program where she worked with children, young people and families using a holistic services model that combined elements of wraparound, mentoring, positive youth development and restorative justice. Ms. McMillon ultimately rose to the Director of the Hillsborough County Youth Advocate Program before joining Positive Spin, Inc. in 2007.
In her current position as Executive Director of Positive Spin, Inc., she continues the mission to engage, elevate and strengthen families by providing support and growth opportunities that lead to sustained positive outcomes.
Ms. McMillon is a long-time Hillsborough County resident and Florida native.
PATTI GRIMMINGER, MBA
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Patti Grimminger came to Positive Spin in 2020 with over 39 years of accounting experience. Twenty-
five years in the Non-Profit with twelve of those years as a CFO.
Patti’s experience includes government accounting, public accounting, nonprofit accounting, treasury,
and auditing. Supervised accounting staff, interfaced and coordinated with senior management and
employees to promote better relationships, solved problems, and developed cost saving strategies.
Served as point of contact for the Office of Inspector General, General Accounting Office, grant
providers, auditors, various board of directors, customers, vendors and employees.
Prior to moving to the non-profit industry, Ms. Grimminger was employed by a top International
Public Accounting Firm PricewaterhouseCoopers as well as worked for IBM and The Resolution Trust
Corporation which was put into place by Congress to help solve the Savings and Loan Crisis.