Jaimie Clayton

Jaimie Clayton was named President and CEO of Oakland Family Services in 2014. Oakland Family Services is a private, nonprofit, 501(c)(3) human service organization dedicated since 1921 to strengthening families by providing quality treatment, education and prevention services throughout Southeast Michigan.

Jaimie has been with Oakland Family Services since 2001, continually progressing in roles and responsibilities. Starting in a therapist position, she advanced into a leadership position in 2004, when she became regional director of Behavioral Health for the Walled Lake and Farmington offices. In 2005, she was promoted to director of Behavioral Health and, prior to her appointment to CEO, had served as vice president of Program Operations since 2007. Prior to her tenure at Oakland Family Services, Jaimie worked as a licensed therapist specializing in substance abuse treatment with a focus on the criminal justice system.

Jaimie Clayton

Under Jaimie’s leadership, the agency’s innovative programs have demonstrated a high level of quality and have been recognized for the use of best and evidenced practice models. Throughout her time with the agency, Jaimie has grown revenue and increased existing contracts. She has been instrumental in internal process and change management and in creating key alliances in the community for the agency.

Jaimie is co-chair of the Energizing Communities to Healthy Opportunities Steering Committee (Oakland County Health Department); 47th District Court Sobriety Court Advisory Board member; an Oakland County Family Focused Juvenile Drug Court Advisory Board member; and a member of the Strategic Leadership Team Great Start Collaborative --- Oakland; American Counseling Association, International Association of Addiction and Offender Counselors, and the Michigan Counseling Association. Jaimie earned her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Michigan in 1991 and her Master's Degree in counseling from Wayne State University in 1995. She is a licensed professional counselor, certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug counselor, national certified counselor and certified supervisor in Motivational Interviewing.



The Board of Directors of Oakland Family Services provides outstanding leadership, guidance and support at every level of our organization. These extraordinary volunteers share their passion, experience and resources to improve the lives of others and ensure that our programs and services meet the community needs.



Dee Wright-Masilotti

Dee Wright-Masilotti

Dee Wright-Masilotti joined the Board of Directors in June 2004. She currently serves as Board Chair. Mrs. Wright-Masilotti moved to Michigan in 1985 from Chicago, Illinois. She began a new career in residential real estate in 1985 with Real Estate One. In 1988, she married Richard E. Masilotti and went to work for Hall & Hunter in 1989. During her 25 years with Hall & Hunter, she was repeatedly recognized as the Top Agent both in sales and listings.

Mrs. Wright-Masilotti received her BFA degree from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio and attended graduate school at Northwestern in Evanston, Illinois.

Her community work includes:

Women’s Committee for Hospice Care
Chair of the Hospice Ball 2008 – 2009
Executive Board – Parliamentarian
Honorary Chair for the Women’s Committee for Hospice Care Spring Luncheon
Second Vice-President Women’s Committee for Hospice Care – Executive Board (two years)
President, First Vice-President, Ball Chairman, Co-Chairman Ball (two times)
Grant’s Committee and Grant’s Chairman
Publicity Chairman and currently Chairman of Advisory Board
Honorary chairs for A Grand Night for Hospice Ball

Junior League of Birmingham
Served on Transfer Committee
Special Events Committee (Chair)
Membership Development Sustainer Chair
Spring Ball Co-Chair
Co-Chairman for the Endowment Committee
Co-Chair Capital Campaign Committee
Nominating Committee Sustainer Chair
Sustainer Director for Board of Directors

She was honored three times by the JLB for outstanding contributions to the organization.

Karmanos Cancer Center Ball Committee
The Community House Antiques Committee

Chicago Community Activities
Member of the Board of Directors of the Philip D. Armour Child and Family Center (first woman admitted from the Women’s Board to join the Men’s Board)
Member of the Infant Welfare Society of Chicago Women’s Board
Served as First Vice-President and President of the Near North Chapter of the IFW of Chicago
Member of the Junior League of Chicago
Member of Junior Board of the Chicago Lyric Opera and the Chicago Symphony

Boys & Girls Clubs of SE Michigan
Luncheon Chair 2013

Oakland Family Services
Chairman of the Friend’s Advisory Board 2005 - 2014


Vice Chairman
Paul DeRoche

Daniel J. Pienta
Robert W. Scharff

Immediate Past Chairman
Alan C. Johnson

Bruce T. Colasanti
Patricia Dilger
Dr. Patricia A. Dolly
Garland S. Doyle

Betty Fisher
Lawrence L. Gladchun
Guy Gordon
Stephen R. Guidos


Sylvia J. Hagenlocker
Ron Hillard
Michael C. Killian
Michael R. Kramer
Lassie M. Lewis
Ann Manix
Neena Mehta
Elizabeth W. Meter

Jean Meyer
Dr. Timothy R. Meyer
|Brian Newman
Susan C. O’Brien
Stephen J. Pickett
Joya L. Shepard
Alfred Tobocman
Kenneth Whipple

Directors Emeritus

Dennis N. Frank
Sandor M. Gelman
Diane D. Graczyk

Suzanne Hartman
Thomas E. Kimble
William C. Nichols

Donna Roberts
Jamal Shallal
William P. Whitfield

We thank our past board chairs and directors Emeritus who are no longer with us for their
dedication and contribution to the work of Oakland Family Services:

Sandor M. Gelman, Nena Dillick
, Brigitte P. Harris,
James B. Zick and Sarah Keiden