Our Board Of Directors

Skylight Foundation Board Of Directors

Mary Pat Dailey Cross

Mary Pat Dailey Cross


Mary Pat retired from her public service career at the Forest Preserve District of Cook County with twenty years prior at Cook County’s Office of Capital Planning and Policy. Her private sector career was in San Diego’s Southern California District Management Office.


Mary Pat was the Special Project Manager for the Forest Preserve Executive Office and was the Sustainability Chair and oversaw a wide array of special and strategic initiative projects. She managed the bi-weekly Cook County and Forest Preserve District Public Board Meeting agendas and supporting documentation distribution. Mary Pat oversaw automating the board agenda process.


Mary Pat produced the Emmy Award Winning Documentary Chicago’s True Nature: The Forest Preserves of Cook County that premiered at Chicago’s Navy Pier IMAX theater in partnership with the Forest Preserve District of Cook County and WYCC PBS TV. The film was followed by a 2-day Nature Symposium in partnership with DePaul University and a walking tour of various Preserve sites culminating in airings on PBS and throughout local theaters and academia.


Mary Pat’s nature photographs are displayed in Cook County’s Public Pedway, many Public Health Buildings and throughout several Forest Preserve District facilities. Mary Pat played a senior management role in the development of policies, programs, and other executive functions for Cook County’s Bureau of Capital, Planning, Facilities and Real Estate Management including the preparation of the 5-Year Capital Improvement Program Budget and Executive Summary. She is the proud mother of two daughters and one granddaughter and resides in Wilmette Illinois.


David Klow, LMFT

David is the founder and CEO of Skylight Counseling Center. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He is the author of You Are Not Crazy: Letters from Your Therapist, from Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing, which helps normalize the process of therapy. David created Skylight Counseling Center in 2011, which is dedicated to the growth and development of individuals, couples and families. Combining traditional psychotherapy and spiritual healing, Skylight helps hundreds of people annually to find deeper passion and meaning in their lives. He is also the President of The Skylight Foundation, a nonprofit extension of Skylight Counseling Center which provides affordable mental health services for those in need.

David is currently a Clinical Member of and Approved Supervisor through The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He received his Master of Science in Marital and Family Therapy from The Family Institute at Northwestern University along with extensive advanced training in The Family Institute Post-Graduate Clinical Fellowship. Today David runs Skylight, manages his expanding clinical staff, offers numerous professional trainings and workshops, and sees clients on a regular basis. He has a specialty in working with people who are highly sensitive, empathic, intuitive, or clairvoyant and who consider themselves healers, therapists, body workers, energy workers, or caretakers.

Mark Milligan PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Anywhere Healthcare


Dr. Mark Milligan, PT, DPT, is a board certified, fellowship trained, orthopedic physical therapist who specializes in the intelligent prevention and treatment of all human conditions. He is a passionate change-agent, founding Revolution Human Physical Therapy and Education, a mobile physical therapy and micro-education company based in Austin, Texas. With the vision to end the physical barrier to access all types f healthcare, he also created Anywhere Healthcare, an all-inclusive telehealth platform in 2017. He is currently changing healthcare in his newest venture, Voya Health where is director of clinical operations and director of physical therapy. Voya is the world’s first true interdisciplinary fully digital care offering addressing musculoskeletal issues. With great interest and expertise in digital care delivery, population health, and governmental affairs, he is an active member of the APTA, AAOMPT, the TPTA, and he educates and engages on those topics internationally.

Berkley Roberts


After receiving her Sociology degree from the University of CA San Diego, Berkley began her career as a teacher in Phoenix, Arizona– teaching bilingual kindergarten and then English as a Second Language to adults. Her love for education and cultures led her to seek employment at Thunderbird School of Global Management, where she learned about international business. Berkley held several positions at Thunderbird. As Client Director of Strategic Projects in the Executive Education Department, she worked with a diverse group of companies in the areas of business and competitive intelligence, business planning, financial modeling, sustainability, curriculum development, and benchmarking best practices. Berkley also obtained her master’s degree in global business from Thunderbird.


After many years at Thunderbird, Berkley decided to join her husband in growing and developing his niche automotive business, Power Window Repair. As Business Manager and CFO, she and her husband took the business from a small, garage based, cash only business, to employing 7 staff, purchasing a commercial building, and doubling revenue in three years.


Although Berkley has continued to serve as CFO part time with Power Window Repair, 3.5 years ago she returned to her home state, California, to learn the family business of rural healthcare. Berkley’s true passion is making a difference for the most vulnerable populations, and rural healthcare provides her the opportunity to do just that. Under her mother’s leadership, she has worked as the Assistant Administrator of two rural clinics and a management company in the central valley of California.


Berkley’s goal is to one day assume leadership of the family business. She is now studying the clinical side of healthcare and is currently attending nursing school to become a Registered Nurse so that, in the future, she can draw from her clinical and applied experiences to make a difference for her patients and staff

Evan Rogers, LCSW

Evan Rogers is a licensed clinical social worker with a private psychotherapy practice in Chicago, Illinois.  He has a master’s degree in social work from University of Chicago’s School of Social Service Administration.  Among various interests, Evan specializes in the treatment of trauma.  He completed a post-graduate fellowship at the Chicago Center for Integration and Healing, where he was also a staff member for several years before starting his own practice.  He is also a teacher-in-training of Integrative Restoration Yoga Nidra (iRest©) and has completed Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Level 1: Training in Affect Dysregulation, Survival Defenses, and Traumatic Memory©.  

Evan believes that a strong and collaborative relationship between client and therapist is essential for the most effective treatment.  He often utilizes mindfulness and meditation practices in his work with clients to foster presence of mind and body in the therapeutic setting and to build skills for better coping with the stress of daily life.  He has a diverse background that includes work in community mental health as well as work with adults and adolescents in various outpatient settings.  Evan embraces an integrative approach to psychotherapy and is dedicated to working with clients to develop thoughtful and practical treatment plans designed to meet clients’ particular needs.  He believes environment, social groups, culture, and relationships should be considered when working to understand clients’ life stories.  From this understanding, Evan works with individuals, couples, and families to understand, strengthen, and reconfigure their lives in more useful, meaningful, and healthy ways. Evan strives to recognize the challenges of underserved populations and marginalized members of society and thus proudly serves on the board of the Skylight Foundation.