YWCA seeks executive director after Beth Ward retires in May
BRACEBRIDGE — Are you dynamic,organized — a motivating people person who loved helping kids and others grow and mature and be their best while helping the rest?
Then the YWCA of Muskoka board wants to hear from you.
They are seek a new executive director, after Beth Ward, who was all those things the past six years is retiring in May.
The Y board is seeking her replacement.
Ward’s extensive career in not-for-profit leadership positions includes Leisureworld long term care, Community Living Huntsville, and the boards of Muskoka Algonquin Health Care, Muskoka Women’s Advocacy Group and Muskoka Heritage Foundation.
The YWCA was established in 1997, an offers programs and services to 1,500 individuals annually, in 25 locations throughout Muskoka, says a news release Monday.
As a “YWCA without walls,” (it has no single building presence) the organization “takes programs to the people, not people to the programs.”
The YWCA search committee encourages interested applicants to review the details of the executive director position on the YWCA website at: www.ywcamuskoka.com.
Applications close March 28, 2014.
See, also, stats and 2012 annual report at http://www.ywcamuskoka.com/node/11
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