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Bev Haberle, Executive Director of The Council Of Southeast Pennsylvania In Doylestown, to Retire at End Of Year

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Beverly Haberle has, for thirty-two years, been the Executive Director of The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc. (formerly Bucks County Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc.), a non-profit education advocacy association.

And for the past twelve years, Ms. Haberle has been the Project Director for the Pennsylvania Recovery Organization/Achieving Community Together (PRO-ACT), a grass roots organization mobilizing the recovering community family members and other interested advocates.

Ms. Haberle holds a Master’s degree in Human Services, is a Licensed Professional Counselor, and a Certified Addictions Counselor. Ms. Haberle has been a past member of the Board of Directors for the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. and currently sits on a number of Boards and state-wide drug and alcohol coalitions and committees. In addition, Ms. Haberle has been a part time faculty member at Penn State University since 1991. 2011 Elected National Board Member Faces and Voices of Recovery.

As Beverly Haberle is nearing the time to retire from her role as Executive Director of The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc, is embarking on a comprehensive leadership transition.

The Board thanks Bev for her vision, her passion for the mission, and her strategic leadership of nearly four decades of achievements that has prepared the organization to move forward. Bev is leaving the organization with a strong staff, a solid program base and an accomplished infrastructure for the new leader.

“The Board is committed to ensuring an effective leadership transition designed to continue the mission of The Council for many years to come” noted William Wiegman, President, Board of Directors.

Mr. Wiegman goes on to state that “The Board has retained the services of Priscilla Rosenwald of Leadership Recruiters, a distinguished executive search firm specializing in leadership change and transition planning, to assist us with all aspects of the transition process. Priscilla has started by interviewing various Board members who are members of the search committee, and she will be meeting with key staff and stakeholders. As part of the process, Priscilla will work with both the departing and new chief executive to ensure a smooth leadership transition for staff, Board, and stakeholders like you, during the first several months of the new leader's tenure. We welcome your suggestions for prospective candidates. A description of the role will be available on The Council’s website. Please feel free to recommend colleagues who have demonstrated outstanding leadership talent directly to Leadership Recruiters at:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Thank you for your continued commitment and support of The Council of Southeast PA. We are confident that we can guide the leadership transition and subsequently retain a highly qualified person for this important leadership role, who will sustain your confidence in the good work we have accomplished together.”

 

Original author: Ezra
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