CTC Legacy Dinner
For over 40 years, Comprehensive Therapy Center has been helping children with disabilities walk, talk, learn and play. This longevity would not be possible without the therapists, volunteers and community members who make CTC what it is. Join us for our next CTC Legacy Dinner where we’ll be honoring three individuals who have made a significant impact to our organization.
.Tickets for the Legacy Dinner will go on sale November 2023.
2024 honorees will be announced in October 2023
All proceeds from this dinner will go towards our Legacy Campaign, ensuring that all children who need it can participate in programs like Therapy & Fun regardless of family income.
$100 per person
2023 Guests of Honor
Jan Wilks joined Comprehensive Therapy Center (CTC) in 1990, working
as the Activity Coordinator for Therapy & Fun.
During her tenure at CTC, she was promoted to Director of Therapy
& Fun and moved into the position of Programs Director in 2019.
Before working with CTC, Jan taught at Grand Rapids Public School.
She’s a graduate of Western Michigan University, with a Bachelor’s of
Science and a Master’s of Arts. Jan is married with two adult children
and six grandchildren. Her interests include spending time with her
family and travel.
Rodney Martin served CTC for over 25 years as a member of our board
and as board president. Rodney has practiced law with Warner
Norcross + Judd LLP for over 42 years. Working to support children has
been a passion for Rodney. He’s also served group facilitator, board
member, and board chair of the Youth Development Program at East
Grand Rapids High School, as a Cubmaster and Scoutmaster in the Boy
Scouts program, and as Program Director for the Gerald R. Ford
Council. Supporting CTC was a family affair for Rodney: Both of his
children worked as volunteers for Therapy & Fun and were on staff
when they were in college. Rodney is an amateur landscape
photographer whose work has appeared in national publications and
exhibited at the Glen Arbor Art Center.
Macie Zack is currently pursuing a Master’s degree at Grand Valley
State University in Occupational Therapy. CTC played an important role
in her professional development and career path. She started
volunteering at Comprehensive Therapy Center in 2011 by referral of
her mother who works for the Grand Rapids Community Foundation.
She volunteered at Therapy & Fun program for 6 years
and worked at CTC for 2 years in 2017 and 2021, While in graduate
school, she has continued her involvement with CTC in collaborating on
various projects, including speaking at our Diversity In Healthcare program. Macie attended East Grand Rapids High School, and
then graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of