Pathways to Housing Board of Directors


Dr. McMullin, works at Shasta Community Health Center and has been a physician in Redding for 29 years.  He is active in church and the community, and loves the Northstate outdoors.  Favorite activities are hiking with his wife Sheri, and growing blueberries.  He is proud to be a US Navy veteran having served with Marine Corps air units. 

Dr. McMullin met Willey Mackey (see Recuperative Care page) in 2016 at a conference in Washington, DC - a life changing event that changed his perspective on the homeless.  "I realized this could be me, or one of my family..... all it takes is some financial mistakes and one good illness, and if you don't have a family network - you are on the street."


As a part of the Shasta Community HOPE program,  Dr.  McMullin visits patients experiencing homelessness  in their camps and on the street.  It is clear that most struggle with some disability and do not wish to be on the street.  With other concerned community members, Pathways to Housing was formed as a Redding-based non-profit organization incorporating the values of compassionate service and individual self-reliance.  He is happy to work with amazing individuals and leaders in our community to help people rebuild their lives

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Theresa moved to Redding with her partner, Maggie Redmon, 12 years ago.  Before that they spent 25 years in Sacramento.

Theresa has an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice and a Masters in P.E.  Her career has included 10 years working for Easter Seals as Director of Aquatics and Warm Water Therapy and eventually VP of IT and Safety, 8 years as Recreation Supervisor for Parks and Recreation positions, PE Instructor at Sac City College for 16 years and most recently she retired as the General Manager of Big League Dreams.

Her interests include hiking, camping, golfing, kayaking, swimming and anything to do with outdoor adventures.  Pastimes are jigsaw puzzles and landscaping.  

She is involved with Pathways to Housing to bring these and more much needed services to our underserved unsheltered population.  Coming from a family of 8 children, 2 of whom passed away as part of this population, she knows firsthand how frustrating and heartbreaking it can be to find resources to help loved ones in need of services. 

She is happy and honored to serve on the Board and hopes to affect positive change in our community

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Josh is an attorney and partner at the Redding law firm Reese, Smalley, Wiseman & Schweitzer.  He has practiced law since 2002.  He received a bachelor's degree from the University of Utah and a Juris Doctor degree from Syracuse University.  Josh is married with three sons.  In addition to working with Pathways to Housing,  Josh has served for several years as a member and chairman of the Redding City Community Services Advisory Commission.  Josh has also worked with several campaigns for candidates for Redding City Council.

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Mark  Storrey was born and raised in Fresno . He joined the Air Force after high school and spent the next 20 years traveling the world as an inflight refueler.  After retiring from the Air Force, his wife Tina and daughter Samantha, decided that the Redding community was where they wanted to call home. Mark started his new career in animal care in 2009 at the Tehama County Animal Care Center and moved to Haven Humane Society as the CEO in 2013. He is an active committee member for Project Homeless Connect and a proud Redding East Rotarian.


“Joining the Board of Pathways was an easy decision because I want to be able to have a positive impact on the homeless in our community and give them that hand up that they need”.


Jaime works at Merchants Bank of Commerce. She grew-up in Shasta County and enjoys the beauty the area offers such as biking, hiking, camping, and relaxing on the lake. She enjoys spending time with family and friends and creating new adventures through traveling.

She has compassion for the homeless community and is excited to be part of such an amazing organization working together to assist homeless people off the street and back into society. 









Doug McMullin, President, with wife-Sheri

Theresa Muth, Vice President

Josh Divine, Secretary

Mark Storrey, Director

Jaime Taylor, Treasurer

Torri Cardilino, Director

Mrs. Cardilino is currently the Deputy Director of Quality Assurance in Trinity County.   Throughout her 15-year tenure in Shasta County, Mrs. Cardilino operated many housing programs such as rental programs, homeless programs, and started to work with housing developers to develop affordable housing.   Mrs. Cardilino is well versed in writing grants for funding, designing policies and procedures and quality assurance. 

Mrs. Cardilino joined Pathways to Housing Board of Directors because of her support for the program and her familiarity with the community and the homeless population needs.  She looks forward to watching the project grow and become successful!