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CCBH Board Members

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Photo ID left to right:
Back row: James Gatt, Charles T. Riehl, Health Commissioner Terry Allan,
Gregory L. Hall, M.D.
Front row: Debbie Moss, Dr. Ye-Fan Glavin



Debbie Moss joined the Cuyahoga County Board of Health in 2004 and has served as the Board’s president since 2010.

Engaged in the practice of law for over 30 years, Ms. Moss is an attorney primarily focusing on real estate and corporate matters. Ms. Moss has been a member of the legal staff of the Dalad Group, an operator and developer of commercial real estate, for over 15 years and currently serves as its Associate General Counsel.

A graduate of the University of Michigan, Ms. Moss earned her J.D. and M.B.A. degrees from Case Western Reserve University. She is a member of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and its Real Estate Law section.



Dr. Ye-Fan Wang Glavin was appointed to the Cuyahoga County Board of Health in 2008 for a five-year term.

Dr. Glavin successfully formed one of the first merged Medicare & Medicaid databases to support national policy and demonstration initiatives, was co-chair of the International Aging Group for the American Society on Aging, and was appointed as Ohio Minority Health Commissioner by Governors Voinovich and Taft.

Internationally, she provides teaching and consultation for multiple universities, medical centers, and government agencies on evidence-based healthcare policy research and system development.

A faculty and senior scholar at Case Western Reserve University and Tsinghua University in Beijing, China, Dr. Glavin serves as senior advisor for the U.S. - China Eco-Partnerships (under the State Department and the China National Development and Reform Commission) between Case Western Reserve University & China National Off-shore Oil Corp – New Energy Investment Inc.

The founder of China Invests in America, LLC, Dr. Glavin works closely with both the American and Chinese governments to foster bilateral investment and to support sustainability and economic development. She serves in an advisory role for multiple U.S. and Chinese government agencies, non-profit organizations and companies.

Dr. Glavin received her MS and PhD. degrees from the Maxwell School of Public Affairs and Citizenship of Syracuse University, served as faculty at University of Pittsburgh, and as a fellow at the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research at the University of Michigan.



James Gatt is presently serving a five-year term as a board member which began in 2009.

Mr. Gatt brings a wealth of business acumen to the board having worked as a Chief Information Officer with Ohio Savings Bank and a Senior Vice-President with National City Bank. Under his direction, Ohio Savings built the technological infrastructure necessary to enable the bank to become one of the top-ten mortgage lenders nationwide. With National City, he oversaw multi-state operations with a combined budget exceeding $200 million.

Additionally, Mr. Gatt served as president for the data processing divisions of the Bank Holding Companies Consortium, concentrating on data analysis, equipment transactions and project management.

A graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College, Mr. Gatt’s vast experience in the areas of business technology and finance has proven invaluable to the agency’s continued success.



Dr. Greg Hall was appointed to the Cuyahoga County Board of Health in 2010 for a five-year term.

In addition to his private practice, Dr. Hall acts as the Medical Director for five local nursing homes, is the Medical Director of Community Outreach at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, and is an Assistant Professor at the Case Western Reserve University College of Medicine.

Dr. Hall received a governor’s appointment to the Ohio Commission on Minority Health in 2002 and presently serves as the group’s Chairman. In January of 2008, he was appointed to Ohio’s Medicaid Health Advisory Board and served on its Executive Committee.

As co-chair of both the City of Cleveland’s Public Health Advisory Committee and the leadership board of Steps to a Healthier Cleveland, Dr. Hall helped to oversee health awareness and improvement activities throughout the area.

A native Clevelander, Dr. Hall attended Williams College in Massachusetts and subsequently earned his doctorate in medicine from the Medical College of Ohio. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic.



Charles T. Riehl became a member of the Board of Health in 2006 and is the board’s representative to the District Licensing Council.

An accomplished trial and appellate lawyer working with Walter & Haverfield LLP, Mr. Riehl divides his practice between private client representation and municipal representation. Presently the Law Director for the villages of Richfield and Gates Mills, he has worked in the same capacity with the cities of Cuyahoga Heights, Hudson, Shaker Heights and Solon.

Mr. Riehl is a member of several Bar Associations, a past member of the Meridia Health System, and is affiliated with the Ohio Municipal Attorneys, International Municipal Lawyers, and the Cuyahoga County Law Directors Associations.

Following graduation from Colgate University, Mr. Riehl earned his LL.B. from the Case Western Reserve University School of Law.