Mr. Noordhoek was appointed by the Council to serve as CEO/Executive Secretary on July 1, 2011.
Mr. Noordhoek has compiled more than three decades of successful experience in administrative management as well as developing successful legislative, regulatory and community affairs programs at the local, state and federal level in the public and private sector. He is a graduate of Michigan State University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Mr. Noordhoek’s varied background has allowed him to gain and utilize extensive knowledge in organizational management, training development, community relations, economic development, energy, environment, housing construction and lending practices, law enforcement, local government, retail development and growth, transportation and general business issues. In a strategy unique to the governmental consulting industry, Mr. Noordhoek expanded his practice to include working with clients on various economic and community development initiatives and designing training modules to assist clients in achieving their objectives.
Kay Patrick-Hile joined the Council in November 2011 as an Administrative Assistant for Robert Noordhoek.
Kay has provided over 25 years of association/administrative management in Michigan for various non-profit organizations. She brings experience in complete office services including project management, meeting/convention planning, public relations, member services and website management. Kay is a graduate of Michigan State University where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
John Bennington joined MSCTC in June of 2013 as the Training Coordinator. Mr. Bennington has accumulated more than twenty-five years of service in local corrections with the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) and has served the OCSO in a variety of important roles with the goal of increasing the professionalism of Corrections Officers.
Mr. Bennington’s scope of expertise includes a strong focus on training development and supervision of more than 700 corrections professionals in one of the state’s largest local corrections facilities. Mr. Bennington also serves as the coordinator for the OCSO Corrections Academies, and as a lead instructor for their comprehensive in-service training program.