We are pleased to announce that Kim Johnson, ACTION Campaign director, will be joining the NIATx NPO this fall as co-Deputy Director. Along with her outstanding skills as an administrator and thorough knowledge of the challenges that the behavioral health care field faces, Kim brings a strong commitment to helping the organizations and people we serve. Kim will continue to direct the ACTION Campaign while taking on her new role. Please join us in welcoming her to the NPO.
Ally, one of the "start-up" team members of NIATx, is moving along to new professional horizons. Her last day at NIATx was May 30th. She has taken a position at Advocate Health Care, a major health care system in Chicago, as a Quality Improvement Coach. This will provide new professional opportunities for Ally and will also move work and home closer, since Ally currently resides in Chicago. Ally has been instrumental in the development of NIATx and the Advancing Recovery program. We will miss her!
Helena Kahle will serve as the main contact for the Advancing Recovery program until Ally's position is filled.
The position vacancy for Advancing Recovery Program Manager will be posted in early June at: http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/employment/employ.html
Please contact Todd Molfenter for more information or if you know of potential candidates for the position.
Register online until Friday, June 13. Or, register on-site at the Buena Vista Palace Hotel on Sunday evening, June 22 where we will have on-site registration available.
By working as partners, SAAS and NIATx are able to bring you an exciting event with inspiring keynote speakers and great workshops. Thanks to our terrific sponsors and exhibitors, we can bring you this special conference at an affordable rate. Please join us in thanking our sponsors and exhibitors--stop by their exhibit in Orlando and learn more about their organization.
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We look forward to seeing you in Orlando!